Night three of the Island Tour. You can hear the band's excitement during soundcheck on April 4th and puzzlement quickly turned to understanding as Phish's triumphant return to Providence commenced with an impressive Tweezer > Taste. Other major highlights of this show include set two's Birds of a Feather > 2001.
7.6.98 Lucerna Theatre Prague, Czech Republic Fully remastered audio. 2 Phish CDs packaged in an innovative and earth friendly (fully recycled) folding softcase digi-pak. Released 2008 Click on the product image for a complete track listing
Official 2014 Phish wall calendar. Thirteen months of full color and black & white photographs by Rene Huemer, Danny Clinch, Dave Vann, and Brantley Gutierrez, spanning the previous year of the band's touring. Measures 11.75"x11.75"
New colors! 3 1/4" round glass ornament with a silver top and a Phish logo printed on it. Each glass ornament is individually packaged in a clear plastic holder, ready for gift giving and to avoid damage. Made in the USA.
The pre-order bonus CD ("Wisconsin Edition") has sold out! Thank you for your support! On August 14th and 15th, 2010 Phish played their 12th and 13th shows at Alpine Valley Music Theater - all 2-night stands since 2003. "Alpine" as it is affectionately known, is a steeply-sloping amphitheater with a big lawn and raucous crowd perpetually bursting with energy right in the band's faces due to the angles of the place. The angles all aligned on Saturday August 14th - the focus of the Alpine Valley DVD.
This box set features the complete August 14th, 2010 performance on 2-DVDs, as well as 2-CDs, and bonus video featuring highlights from the following night, August 15th, 2010, including AC/DC Bag, Divided Sky and Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan. The three-song combination that opened set two of the 15th rounds out the bonus material with Ghost > Theme From The Bottom > Big Black Furry Creature From Mars. Alpine Valley 2010 combines into a four-hour DVD-CD collection of must-see and must-hear release from Phish at their current top form. The nearly three hours of music was recorded that night using 57 channels of digital multitrack and carefully mixed and mastered in 5.1 Dolby surround and PCM stereo. The video was a 7-camera shoot (16:9 widescreen), recorded and post-edited in High Definition. Click on the product image for a complete track listing
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.
Trench Town Rock >
Wolfman's Brother >
Time Loves a Hero
Sample in a Jar
Limb By Limb
When the Circus Comes >
Down with Disease
Encore: Wilson >