hosemasterflex wrote:Wow, really? Nectar is one of my favorite albums of theirs.
The Freezer returns to Randall's Island on July 11, 12 and 13! In addition, it will play host to the JEMP Records Store. On Friday & Saturday, JEMP Records will be unleashing a new Phish vinyl release to the public, which will be available for the first time exclusively at Randall's Island. We'll announce details shortly!
hosemasterflex wrote:I'm betting it's Three Soundchecks, on double 7" vinyl with a blank side 4.
hosemasterflex wrote:Oh God. I've been on the fence about the Randall's show. Please let it be that I've won the Fuego preorder contest and can choose that show w/my free ticket, and use that money instead on this mysterious vinyl.
I'm betting it's Three Soundchecks, on double 7" vinyl with a blank side 4.
On July 11 & 12, The Freezer at Randall’s Island will play host to the JEMP Record Store. We’re excited to announce that Phish will release A Picture Of Nectar, the band’s third full-length studio album, as a Limited Edition Deluxe 2-LP vinyl set, available exclusively for the first time at the JEMP Records Store at Randall’s Island. The LE Deluxe 2-LP vinyl set is limited to 7,500 individually foil stamped, numbered copies; 2,500 of which will be available at Randall’s (the remaining quantities will be available in stores at at Phish Dry Goods at a later date, so fans at Randall’s will get the first crack at the release months in advance). This will be the first time A Picture of Nectar has been pressed on vinyl.
A Picture of Nectar was recorded in 1991 at White Crow Studios in Burlington, Vermont on 24-track 2″ tape and mixed to 1/2″ stereo reels. This was the band’s major label debut and the start of a long relationship with Elektra. It was also their tribute to Nectar Rorris, owner of Nectar’s in Burlington, where Phish played many multiple night stands in the 1980′s that in their words “taught us how to play.”
Like Junta and Lawn Boy, Phish self-produced A Picture of Nectar “with a lot of help from” Engineer Kevin Halpin. The material displayed the growing extent and diversity of Phish’s talents honed throughout eight years of rehearsals and hundreds of live shows. Twenty two years later, nearly every song on A Picture of Nectar is still in live rotation today.
A Picture of Nectar was mastered by Bob Ludwig and released by Elektra February 18, 1992 on CD and cassette. The album went on to be certified Gold. In 2014, Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering cut the lacquers from the original stereo master reels for the vinyl edition. Each LP is pressed onto 180g audiophile grade vinyl and includes a free MP3 download of the album (transferred from the vinyl master).
We’ll be announcing additional details about picking up the release at Randall’s Island this week. There will be a merchandise check on site, so that you don't have to haul around your records all day.
Brother wrote:$75.99 for Junta??? Gosh, mine was a steal in comparison. I didn't get any kind of special edition.
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