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Phish Spoofs The Godfather With Abe Vigoda

by Rob Slater on November 01, 2013

In all of Phish's years of pushing the limits of comedy and humor in music, last night may have produced their best moment yet. 92-year old Abe Vigoda joined the band on stage. Vigoda, known for his work in such films as The Godfather, Barney Miller and Joe Versus the Volcano, jumped on stage with the Vermont quartet during their costume set, where the band covered their upcoming album Wingsuit, to dance in a giant wombat suit during the song "Wombat." After the set, the band played this short video on the video screens inside Boardwalk Hall, spoofing the iconic scene featuring Don Gordleone.

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I will always defend the dead and although they will always have more soul, but PHISH blows them away when it comes to acumen, tenacity, ability, and overall drive for continuous improvement.

By jakdown - 11/02/13

Cuddly but muscular

By Stanek - 11/02/13

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