8 Musical Misconceptions and Unknowns Explained

Phish jpg 8 Musical Misconceptions and Unknowns Explained

Who is the country band that covered Snoop Dogg’s “Gin & Juice”?

Snoop Dogg’s 1994 classic “Gin & Juice” has inspired a number of covers, but if you’ve been jamming to that Phish version, you’ve been misled. It doesn’t exist. This “Phish cover” of Snoop’s “Gin & Juice” is actually by a Texas bluegrass band named The Gourd. As to why it’s been so consistently incorrectly named, the mystery still stands, but at least now you won’t sound stupid for crediting Phish. Blame Limewire.

  • Kameron

    I’d like to add that ‘Smoke Two Joints’ wasn’t written or performed by Bob Marley.

  • James!

    In Glass Onion, at least, I’m pretty sure he was referring to the album art for Magical Mystery Tour where they put on costumes of different animals. One of which was a walrus.

  • http://RichardBenjaminMusic.com Richard Benjamin

    He could be talking about both ‘Human’ and ‘Dancer’ in the species sense. Same way you could address a group of turtles.
    “We found some turtle over on the beach where they were shooting that Drake video.”
    So, he would be saying “Are we human? (as in the species of human) / Or are we dancer (as in a species made up of dancers)”

    Disclaimer : I did not finish college.

  • PancakeMcKennz

    In before anyone asks what a Hollaback Girl is.

    (PS: It’s very simple if you think about the video.)

  • http://www.bdubbss.com Illyum

    @pancakemcke Hollaback Girl was actually a “diss” song about Cindy Lauper (i think) who said Gwen sounded like a cheerleader

  • PancakeMcKennz

    @Illyum I’m aware