July 30, 2004 03:15:05am
Phish isn't allowed on archive.org, no Trey either. Nothing from anyone that plays in Phish. Try the etree.org listserv list, you'll find loads of it there.
this is an excerpt from Phish's reply to archive.org, in which they responded with no permission.
..."Thank you for contacting Phish on behalf of the Internet Archive's
Etree Project. We realize your project does a public service and we
support your goal of providing universal access to global knowledge
However, we cannot grant permission at this time to copy, compile and
distribute recordings of every concert performed by Phish or related
band member projects. Your ambitious goal of unlimited distribution
of those files as public domain works is not compatible with Phish's
current goal of providing and distributing recordings of the concerts
for commercial use. Audio recordings of Phish performances are not
public domain works but rather are owned exclusively by the band.
Our taping policy grants a limited temporary license to fans to share
those files in a purely non-commerical manner directly with friends.
That policy initially anticipated a person-to-person exchange of
tapes and was later expanded to cd's and most recently audio files.
It does not extend to copying those performances into a mass library
of titles considered by their providers and users to be public domain
works for unlimited universe-wide free distribution. "...