Norton Charleton Heston. Bob Weaver. Henrietta.
Call him what you will, the truth remains: Jon Fishman is Phish's one, true, natural-born showman. Though threadbare of garment and hairbare of head, the man knows how to own a song like nobody else.
Pick one favorite Fishman tune? A fool's errand for sure. So we made it easier for you by including only those that have at one point been accompanied by HYHU. And, as usual, you can always click through and vote for (or against) more than one . . .Phishing Poll Thursday, Vol. 6: Best Fishman Songs
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50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, 2011-08-08
Cracklin Rosie, 1993-05-06 (with Dick Solberg on violin)
Feel the Heat, 2003-12-31
Fooled Around and Fell in Love, 2003-07-29
Getting Jiggy Wit It, 1998-11-20
Great Gig In The Sky, 1994-05-02
I Kissed A Girl, 2009-08-16
I Wanna Be Like You, 1994-04-04 (with Giant Country Horns)
If I Only Had A Brain, 1990-04-05
Lonesome Cowboy Bill, 1998-10-31
Love You, 1991-11-07 (with Aquarium Rescue Unit)
Purple Rain, 1996-08-06
Sexual Healing, 1998-07-20
Suspicious Minds, 1996-12-06 (with Elvii)
Touch Me, 1991-07-21 (with Giant Country Horns and Steve-O)
Why Don't We Do It In The Road, 1994-10-31
Wind Beneath My Wings, 1995-11-28