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A Live OnePressed On 4x 180-Gram Red / Blue Colored Vinyl
Phish and JEMP Records are set to release A Live One, the band's inaugural live album, for the first time on vinyl in a limited edition 4-LP set.
A Live One was recorded primarily by Paul Languedoc on multitrack DA-88 DTRS digital tapes throughout Phish's 1994 summer, fall and holiday concert tours. The band produced the album, selecting the material and overseeing the mix to 1/2 reels in March-April 1995 with Ed Thacker and his team of engineers at Bearsville Studios.
A Live One contains twelve original Phish compositions, five of which were previously unreleased: Gumbo," Slave To The Traffic Light," Wilson," Simple," and Harry Hood." The record was sequenced to approximate a two-set Phish performance and every track from the more-than-two-hour collection is notable - from the thirty-plus minute "Tweezer" to the "Wilson" opener from the band's first Madison Square Garden show. "Gumbo" featured an updated version of Phish's own Giant Country Horns. More than twenty years later, A Live One "Stash" and "Harry Hood" still rank among both songs' top performances. After five studio albums, A Live One captured and conveyed the magic of the band's improvisational live shows, and every song on the record (except "Montana") has remained a staple of Phish shows ever since.
A Live One was originally released by Elektra June 27, 1995 on CD and cassette. It was the first Phish album to be certified gold and remains Phish's best selling album. The laquers for the vinyl edition were cut from the 1/2 flat masters by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering and pressed onto 180g vinyl.LP 1
1. Bouncing Around The Room
1. You Enjoy Myself
2. Bouncing Around The Room
3. Slave To The Traffic Light
2. Tweezer Part 1
3. Tweezer Part 2
2. Harry Hood
3. The Squirming Coil$99.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 4 LPs Sealed Buy Now
TigerFace (Awaiting Repress)Over three previous studio albums, pianist/sound-sculptor/songwriter Marco Benevento has set forth a vision for instrumental music that connects the dots between Explosions In The Sky and Tortoise on one side, Brian Eno and Brad Mehldau on the other. On his fourth studio recording, 'Tigerface', the 34-year old artist takes the next step forward in this evolution. Benevento paints his songs in a myriad of sonic colors, shimmering in acoustic piano, synths and analog keyboards. The tunes themselves conceptualized from seemingly every wisp of melody, hook and cadence that s ever tickled his ear. The album was recorded and mixed by Tom Biller (Silversun Pickups, Fiona Apple) and Bryce Goggin (Pavement, Akron/Family), while Benevento invited a stellar cast of musicians to help capture his ideas, including drummers Matt Chamberlain (Bill Frisell, Pearl Jam), John McEntire (Tortoise, The Sea & The Cake) and Andrew Barr (The Barr Brothers), bassists Dave Dreiwitz (Ween), Reed Mathis (Tea Leaf Green) and Mike Gordon (Phish), violinist Ali Helnwein (Traction Avenue Chamber Orchestra) and saxophonist Stuart Bogie (Antibalas, Superhuman Happiness). For the first time on record he uses vocals, inviting Kalmia Traver (Rubblebucket) to sing on the infectious dance rock rave-up 'Limbs Of A Pine' and the pastoral psych rock meditation 'This Is How It Goes'. Other standouts include the angelic Arcade Fire meets The Flaming Lips anthem 'Eagle Rock', the soaring garage psychadelia of 'Going West', the piano riff rock jaunt 'Escape Horse', and the happily lilting 'Fireworks', which bounces along like a long lost Italian folk song beamed down to him by ancestors from his father s homeland. As anybody who's seen Benevento perform live can attest, the pianist eyes closed, smile wide across his face, fingers free-flowing across the keys is a satellite to the muse. 'Tigerface', indeed, is the commitment to this idea; a record that rides the yes wave and in the process becomes a soundtrack for fellow travelers chasing the horizon ahead.1. Limbs Of A Pine
2. This Is How It Goes
4. Going West
5. Eagle Rock
7. Do What She Told You
8. Escape Horse
10. This Is How It Goes (instrumental)$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
The Siket DiscThe Siket Disc is a 1999 release from the American band Phish. It emerged from material developed during the Bearsville Studio sessions for Phish's 1998 album The Story of the Ghost. Not exactly outtakes or unfinished songs, The Siket Disc's compositions are actually select excerpts from the long-form improvisation of the Ghost Sessions. Phish keyboard player Page McConnell edited and mastered the selections into this compilation, named for engineer John Siket.
The material on The Siket Disc is defined by an almost ambient, post-rock sound that is a distinct departure from the band's major studio albums. The album is almost completely instrumental, but contains a few instances of vocalization. Quadrophonic Toppling, for instance, includes a triggered sample of bass guitarist Mike Gordon repeating the song's title.
Only the compositions My Left Toe and What's the Use? have been notably incorporated into the band's live shows on a somewhat regular basis. (However, Quadrophonic Toppling and The Happy Whip and Dung Song have each made at least one live appearance).
Gordon has indicated that The Siket Disc became a fixture in the band's late night tour bus music rotation in the early 2000s (decade), saying that It fit the vibe perfectly ... It's one of the only instances I can remember when we regularly played our own music.1. My Left Toe
2. The Name is Slick
3. What's the Use?
4. Fish Bass
5. Quadrophonic Toppling
6. The Happy Whip and Dung Song
8. Title Track
9. Albert$19.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Hoist180 Gram Black Vinyl Limited to 5,000 Copies
Lacquers Cut From The 1/2 Flat Master Reels By Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering
Pressed On Vinyl For The First Time
Hoist (stylized as (Hoist)) is the fifth official studio album by the American rock band Phish, originally released in 1994. At the time of its release, Hoist was Phish's best selling album to date, peaking at #34 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
The band suggested a few ideas for the album's title before finally settling on Hoist; one of the alternative suggestions was Hung Like a Horse. The band ruled this out, but decided to keep the visual joke intact for the album's cover. The horse is also a reference to The Horse, the only song not visually depicted on the cover of Rift, the band's previous album.
Hoist features guest appearances from Alison Krauss, BÉla Fleck and a host of other musicians, as well as actor Jonathan Frakes on trombone. With its jazz, blues, soul and bluegrass influences, the album is marked by more stripped-down, straightforward songwriting and pop-friendly hooks, a somewhat new approach for Phish.
However, the album's final track, Demand, segues into an extended instrumental excerpt from the April 21, 1993, live performance of the song Split Open and Melt, followed by the first verse and refrain of the Hebrew song Yerushalayim Shel Zahav (Jerusalem of Gold).
Riker's Mailbox is a brief interlude track on the album, and the only song on the album to have never been performed live by the band. Album producer Paul Fox lived next to Jonathan Frakes, whose mailbox is apparently uniquely decorated. Frakes, who played Commander Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation, sat in for a while during the Hoist sessions, giving his name to the track.
Hoist was certified gold by the RIAA in August of 1996.LP 1
2. Down with Disease
3. If I Could
4. Riker's Mailbox
5. Axilla (Part II)
1. Sample In A Jar
2. Wolfman's Brother
3. Scent Of A Mule
4. Dog Faced Boy
$49.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now