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  • Classic Logo Zip Up Hoodie
    Item #: PHCM207
    A fitted sporty unisex hoody made of a a 50/50 cotton/poly blend with an embroidered Phish logo on the breast. Metal zipper, hooded with white finished drawcord and kangaroo pocket. Made in the USA.
    • $48.00
  • Classic Logo Zip Up Hoodie on Navy/Heather Gray
    Item #: PHCM208
    A fitted sporty unisex hoody made of a a 50/50 cotton/poly blend with an embroidered Phish logo on the breast. Metal zipper, hooded with white finished drawcord and kangaroo pocket. Made in the USA.
    • $48.00
  • Mike Gordon North Adams LE Poster
    Item #: MGAP23
    Mike Gordon poster from the show at Mass MoCa in North Adams, MA. Measures 18x24. Poster by Nate Duval. Edition of 150.
    • $20.00
  • Mike Gordon Boston LE Poster
    Item #: MGAP24
    Mike Gordon poster from the 3/28/14 show at House Of Blues in Boston, MA. Measures 18x24. Poster by Nate Duval. Edition of 125.
    • $20.00
  • Mike Gordon Los Angeles LE Poster
    Item #: MGAP25
    Mike Gordon poster from the 3/17/14 show at The El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Measures 18x24. Poster by The Bungaloo. Edition of 130.
    • $20.00
  • Mike Gordon Portland LE Poster
    Item #: MGAP26
    Mike Gordon poster from the 3/19/14 show at the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR. Measures 18x24. Poster by The Silent P.
    • $20.00
  • Yarmouth Road Bass Bee T-Shirt
    Item #: MGCT38
    Super soft poly-cotton marbled t-shirt with Bass Bee Honeycomb design on front and small crest logo printed on back between shoulder blades.
    • $19.00
  • Mike Gordon Spring Tour Bass Bin T on Sage Green
    Item #: MGCT37
    Limited quantities remain from tour. Rich Kelly illustration printed on a 50/50 polycotton t-shirt.
    • $18.00
  • Phish Vintage Hockey Knit Hat
    Item #: PHCH126
    100% acrylic, super warm and thick knit hat. Made in Canada.
    • $20.00
  • Kids Classic Logo Hoodie
    Item #: PHCM206
    A fitted sporty Flex Fleece hoodie (50% Polyester / 50% Cotton Fleece) with an embroidered Phish logo. Made in the USA.
    • $36.00
  • 1983 Throwback T on Green
    Item #: PHCT674
    Throwback VT design printed on a 100% combed cotton t-shirt.
    • $19.00
  • Ben & Jerry's Phish Food For the People T on Purple Organic Cotton
    Item #: PHCT667
    A throwback T-shirt reprint from the original merchandise that accompanied the release of Phis Food. The original T’s were only available for a short time and sold exclusively at Ben & Jerry’s scoop shops. This T is printed on 100% organic cotton.
    • $30.00
  • Ben & Jerry's Phish Food Organic Cotton T on Blue Heather
    Item #: PHCT669
    A throwback T-shirt reprint celebrating the band’s 1997 Phish Food launch concert at the Flynn Theatre in Burlington, VT. This T is printed on 100% organic cotton.
    • $30.00
  • Ben & Jerry's Phish Food Organic Cotton T on Purple Heather
    Item #: PHCT670
    A throwback T-shirt reprint celebrating the band’s 1997 Phish Food launch concert at the Flynn Theatre in Burlington, VT. This T is printed on 100% organic cotton.
    • $30.00
  • Mike Gordon "Overstep" CD
    Item #: MGCD11
    Overstep is Mike Gordon's fourth solo studio album, following Moss, The Green Sparrow, and Inside In.

    Gordon and Scott Murawski penned the songs for Overstep during a series of writing retreats in New England. He turned over the producing reins to Paul Q. Kolderie (Radiohead, Uncle Tupelo, Pixies) and invited a few new players into the studio, including legendary drummer Matt Chamberlain (Jon Brion, Fiona Apple).

    "Yarmouth Road," the infectious, reggae-inspired number is already familiar to Phish fans after its debut (along with "Say Something") on the band's Summer 2013 tour. Distant industrial noise gradually gives way to lush guitars and welcoming vocal harmonies in "Ether," the album opener (listen to the track here), while "Jumping" is a rhythmic puzzle box, detailing a series of thoughts that take place in a fleeting 1.5 seconds.

    Many of these songs promise huge payoffs in a live environment, most notably two plunging grooves that seem capable of bringing a house down. "Tiny Little World" opens with a polite reverie about a fetching woman in a coffee shop, but morphs quickly into pulsing boogie as the narrator is carried away by desire and bravado. Debauched exhortations to dance surface again in "Face," which chugs along atop Chamberlain's simple but undeniable pocket.

    The songs on Overstep also speak to Gordon's evolving ability to develop three- dimensional characters, and to speak more directly to the truth of their condition. He hasn't lost his appetite for metaphor, and he still leaves plenty of room for interpretation, but listeners may find themselves recognizing the human portraits in songs like "Say Something" and "Paint" in a way they haven't in Gordon's previous albums. Still, happily, Gordon embraces absurdity as he always has - conceptually, lyrically, and musically.

    • $9.99
  • Mike Gordon "Overstep" 2-LP Blue Vinyl
    Item #: MGLP06
    Pressed on 2 blue LPs, Overstep is Mike Gordon's fourth solo studio album, following Moss, The Green Sparrow, and Inside In. Gordon and Scott Murawski penned the songs for Overstep during a series of writing retreats in New England. He turned over the producing reins to Paul Q. Kolderie (Radiohead, Uncle Tupelo, Pixies) and invited a few new players into the studio, including legendary drummer Matt Chamberlain (Jon Brion, Fiona Apple).

    "Yarmouth Road," the infectious, reggae-inspired number is already familiar to Phish fans after its debut (along with "Say Something") on the band's Summer 2013 tour. Distant industrial noise gradually gives way to lush guitars and welcoming vocal harmonies in "Ether," the album opener (listen to the track here), while "Jumping" is a rhythmic puzzle box, detailing a series of thoughts that take place in a fleeting 1.5 seconds.

    Many of these songs promise huge payoffs in a live environment, most notably two plunging grooves that seem capable of bringing a house down. "Tiny Little World" opens with a polite reverie about a fetching woman in a coffee shop, but morphs quickly into pulsing boogie as the narrator is carried away by desire and bravado. Debauched exhortations to dance surface again in "Face," which chugs along atop Chamberlain's simple but undeniable pocket.

    Each LP includes a voucher to download an MP3 version of the album.

    • $21.00