June 11, 2012

Phish: new archival release "Chicago '94"

Phish: Chicago ’94

Another archival Phish release is on its way: Chicago ’94, a 6CD set cotaining two shows at the UIC Pavilion in the Windy City (June 18 and November 25). From Hidden Track:

The latest Phish vault release has been revealed on ADA Music and it looks amazing. On July 31, the band will put out Chicago ’94 featuring the famed June 18, 1994 and November 25, 1994 performances at the UIC Pavilion. All in all Chicago ’94 contains 6 CDs worth of music remastered by Fred Kevorkian. This marks the first Phish archival release from the legendary year of 1994 since 2005.

In addition to every note from both shows, as recorded by Paul Languedoc, Chicago ’94 will include material from the soundchecks as well as new artwork from Jim Pollock. While a soundboard recording from 6/18/94 has circulated for years, this will be the first time soundboard-sourced recordings of 11/25/94 will find their way into fans’ hands, plus as mentioned this edition will be remastered.

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