Before its unfortunate and untimely cancellation, Phish‘s Curveball festival announced the return of the JEMP Records Store, which planned to carry a “vast array of vinyl releases from the band’s catalog from years past including Billy Breathes, A Live One, The White Tape, Junta, Lawn Boy, Rift, A Picture of Nectar and side project pressings.”
In addition to their previously released work, the JEMP Records Store at Curveball was planning to feature an exclusive vinyl release of 1997 live Phish album Slip, Stitch and Pass. When it didn’t show up in the band’s charity sale of Curveball merch, fans were left wondering when the already-pressed Slip, Stitch and Pass vinyls would see the light of day. Luckily for fans anxiously awaiting its release, the record will be made available on vinyl for the first time at independent record stores on Friday, November 23rd (Black Friday). Pressed on two color splatter (blue and purple), foil numbered LPs (limited edition of 6000), each vinyl will come with a Limited Edition Phish “Slip, Stitch and Pass” screen print by Drew Millward.
Other Black Friday 2018 vinyl releases include the Grateful Dead’s Playing In The Band, Seattle, WA 5/21/74, Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band’s Almost Acoustic, Dave Matthews Band‘s DMBLive 2.22.94 Trax – Charlottesville, VA, Eric Clapton’s Happy Xmas, Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Catch a Fire, and Paul McCartney’s I Don’t Know/Come On To Me. Head here for a full list of Record Store Day’s upcoming Black Friday releases.
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