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  • "Star Lake 98" DVD (2-DVDs)
    Item #: PHAM260
    All new 2-DVD set, recorded live on August 11, 1998 at Star Lake Amphitheatre in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. The Star Lake 98 show was the 20th of summer to display the loose, experimental vibe of a tour that began in Europe and jumped to the United States enroute to the summer’s ending Lemonwheel festival.

    "Star Lake 98" is the only full video show available in the Archives from Phish's Summer 1998 tour. The 2-DVD set was created from archival VHS videotapes of the 3-camera lawn screen feed. The audio was mixed from multi-track masters in stereo PCM and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround (aspect Ratio 4:3, regions 1-6 NTSC) and clocks in at just about 2 hours and 50 minutes.

    The introduction of a never-before-played cover each night earned the tour the nickname “the summer of covers” from fans and band alike and Star Lake’s contribution was "Trench Town Rock." Star Lake also saw the return of "Time Loves A Hero" which was played for the first time in a decade and segued out of a sultry "Wolfman’s Brother." An extended "Fee" extro and hot renditions of "Maze" and "Reba" set the stage for set II’s super-swinging, ethereal "Runaway Jim" and the unusual pairing of "Meat" > "Limb By Limb". Local flavor of the Commonwealth was provided by "Bittersweet Motel" (the title of the Phish documentary recorded during the Europe dates) and "Wilson," King of Prussia.

    Disc One:

    Trench Town Rock >
    Julius
    Wolfman's Brother >
    Time Loves a Hero
    Bittersweet Motel
    Reba
    The Sloth
    Ginseng Sullivan
    Fee
    Maze
    Sample in a Jar


    Disc Two:

    Runaway Jim
    Meat >
    Limb By Limb
    When the Circus Comes >
    Down with Disease
    Encore: Wilson >
    Golgi Apparatus
    • $22.98
  • "Star Lake 98" Bluff Bundle
    Item #: PH151COMBO
    Save when you pick up both the Star Lake 98 2-DVD set and the new Chicago 94 6-CD box set, showcasing two complete shows recorded live on June 18, 1994 and November 25, 1994 at UIC Pavilion in Chicago, IL.
    • $48.00
  • Phish Live In Utica 2-DVD/2-CD Box Set
    Item #: PHAM181DVD
    On October 20, 2010 Phish played their first ever show in Utica in the heart of the Mohawk Valley. Utica Memorial Auditorium is a hockey arena with a capacity of about 5,500 and a design very similar to another round room and favorite Empire State Phish venue, Madison Square Garden. Utica was the smallest venue on Phish's fall tour and the atmosphere was charged with electricity. One clever fan even went so far as to craft a "Guyutica" sign that no doubt helped shape the night’s events. A new camera mounted at the front-of-house position accentuated the light show in a way never before featured on a live, indoor Phish DVD. The box set presents three hours of Phish in an intimate venue with an inspired audience that returned the energy at every turn.
    • $32.99
  • The Clifford Ball DVD Box Set
    Item #: PHAM131
    7-DVD box set documenting The Clifford Ball, a landmark concert event that drew more than 70,000 fans to upstate New York in August 1996. The Clifford Ball was the first of seven, two-day spectacles the band staged, including The Great Went a year later, followed by Lemonwheel in 1998. The Clifford Ball was held in Plattsburgh New York at a decommissioned air force base, where Phish played two marathon concerts and delivered a one-of-a-kind experience for fans.

    The box set features nine hours of concert and event footage (with six complete sets of music recorded Live August 16 & 17, 1996 and bonus features including Phish’s extended soundcheck, its late night flatbed truck jam and a 30-minute featurette with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and more. This regionless DVD set includes options for both stereo and 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound Audio (remixed and mastered from the band's multi-track tapes). 4:3 aspect ratio.

    Click on the product image for a complete track listing.
    • $79.00
  • Walnut Creek DVD
    Item #: PHAM120
    On July 22, 1997, Phish performed the second show of their U.S. summer tour at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh, NC through a torrent of rain, thunder and lightning. Rather than cancel the gig, the band played on with the music mirroring the peaks in the storm's intensity. Highlights include "Down With Disease"that slowly segues into "Mike's Song" the first and only time these two classic tunes were ever paired together in such a way as well as "Taste," complete with near Biblical thunder and lightning display.

    Overall the show is remembered as a significant example of Phish's hallmark approach to group improvisation with the performances here characterized by an exceptionally democratic and refined balance of four musical voices. This 2-DVD set features more than 2 1/2 hours of 5-camera footage with 5.1 Dolby Surround or optional stereo sound.

    Click on the product image for a complete track listing
    • $19.00
  • Rising Low -- a Film by Mike Gordon
    Item #: PHAM50DVD
    Mike Gordon's film about the recording of The Deep End, the life & loss of Allen Woody, the essence of bass and the bass players Gov't Mule has collected for The Deep End albums. Rising Low was the winner of the Joe Jarvis Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary at the 2002 Newport International Film Festival. 88 minutes, including options for Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, commentary by the director, a lunchbox of lost footage, and bonus bass player featurettes

    This is the first time that Dry Goods has made this available.
    Region 1 only (US & Canada).
    • $17.98