Phish has announced that their own JEMP Records will release their 1997 live record Slip Stitch and Pass for the first time on vinyl at this year’s Curveball Festival.
According to Phish Dry Goods, the JEMP Record Store will have an exclusive version of Slip Stitch and Pass, “pressed on 2 color splatter (blue and purple), foil numbered LPs.” Also included will be a limited edition screen print by Drew Millward.
For those concerned about the heat, the JEMP Record Store will offer a cold-storage merch check, so your records can stay cool all weekend long.
The vinyl selection at Curveball will feature the new release as well as Billy Breathes, A Live One, The White Tape, Junta, Lawn Boy, Rift, A Picture of Nectar and side project pressings.
If you can’t make it to Curveball, the Slip Stitch and Pass vinyl will be available on Phish Dry Goods and in stores later this year. However, the colored vinyl will only be available from the band.
Curveball will take place from Aug. 17-19 in Watkins Glen, NY.
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