Phish: Japan Relief: 7/31/99 Fuji Rock Festival
PHYSICAL RELEASE SCHEDULED FOR MAY 10
In response to the recent Earthquake and Tsunami that the northeastern part of this country has endured, Phish is releasing Japan Relief at LivePhish.com and Phish Dry Goods to benefit Peace Winds America. 100% of the funds they collect for disaster relief will go to support operations through their sister organization, Peace Winds Japan. Relief operations began March 15 and are currently underway in Miuyagi Prefecture, where Peace Winds is on the ground providing food, clothing, medicines and temporary shelter to survivors of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.
Japan Relief features Phish’s entire show from July 31, 1999 – the middle, Saturday night as well as “What’s The Use?” from their soundcheck on July 29th. The July 31 show crackled with energy, intermingling classic and new material with an exploratory vibe that meshed with the atmosphere of respect and beauty.
To pre-order the MP3/FLAC (this show will be released on April 15 at LivePhish.com, and hard CDs will be released May 10), please click here. Please spread the word about this release and its beneficiaries, who are busy right now providing much needed relief and support in Japan.
Phish Japan Relief – 7/31/99 Fuji Rock Festival Tracklisting
1. My Friend, My Friend >
2. Golgi Apparatus
3. Back On The Train
4. Limb By Limb
5. Free >
6. Roggae >
7. Sparkle >
8. Character Zero
1. 2001 >
2. David Bowie
3. Wading In The Velvet Sea >
4. Prince Caspian
1. Fluffhead >
2. The Squirming Coil
3. Nawang Khechog Human Rights Speech >
4. Tibetan Universal Horn/Vacuum Jam w/ Fish >
5. Brian And Robert
7. What’s The Use? (from 7/29/99 Soundcheck)