Phish has announced the fourth installment of their LP on LP vinyl series, this time featuring an extended jam of their song “Ghost,” which is now available for pre-order. The live recording comes from their second of two performances at Radio City Music Hall in May 2000. 

The performances at Radio City marked the band’s first full-length concerts in five months, coming on the heels of a week of promotional appearances celebrating the release of the band’s revered studio album Farmhouse. The 28-plus minute performance of “Ghost” spans both sides of the LP, a standout performance that ushered in a New York City dance party ripe with intensity fresh from the turn of the millennium. 

The LP includes cover artwork of the band rehearsing inside the empty venue, with a special “Radio City Curtain” pressing made to look like the curtain that hangs inside the legendary venue. A special run of two new “Ghost” posters by Drew Millward has been printed to accompany the record, which was captured by Paul Languedoc and mixed from the multitrack masters by Vance Powell, with a standard edition and a silver medal edition on sale now via Dry Goods. 

The LP on LP (Live Phish on Long Play) series, which saw its first release last year, is an ongoing vinyl-only series featuring some of the finest hand-picked Phish live tracks. Past releases have included a 38-minute jam of “Ruby Waves” from Alpine Valley in 2019, “Waves” from the band’s tech rehearsal the night before their 2011 summer tour, and a monstrous “Tweezer > Prince Caspian” clocking in at over 35 minutes, from the group’s Magnaball Festival at Watkins Glen International in 2015.

 Fans can pre-order LP on LP 04 here and can find past LP on LP editions here.