One week from today Phish will release Niagara Falls - an all-new 3-CD set recorded live at the band's one and
only performance in the New York border town on December 7, 1995. Niagara Falls is
sourced from Paul Languedoc's 2-track DAT recording and has been mastered by audio guru
Fred Kevorkian. The show took place during one of the most lauded months in Phish history
and contains numerous highlights including a rare "Mike's Song" > "Weekapaug Groove"
segment with nothing in the middle and an even more gorgeous than usual take on "Slave To
The Traffic Light."
While Niagara Falls is an audio release, those picking up the 3-CD set will receive a unique code to access exclusive
video content from this show. This Saturday, Nectar's in the band's hometown of
Burlington, VT will host an archival video showing of
Niagara Falls as a benefit for the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf. In advance of
showing, we're excited to exclusively premiere video of the quartet's take on blues-rocker
"Julius" from Niagara Falls:
The band has also shared video of the "The Curtain" > "AC/DC Bag" > "Demand" sequence from
[Published on: 11/5/13]