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Phish - The Story Of The Ghost FLAC
  • Performer Phish
  • Title The Story Of The Ghost
  • Date of release 27 Oct 1998
  • Country US
  • Style Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
  • Label Elektra
  • Catalog number 62297-1
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1400 mb
  • Size FLAC 1714 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 488


1Frankie Says3:06
2The Moma Dance4:28
7Water In The Sky2:29
8Brian And Robert3:02
9Limb By Limb3:31
10Birds Of A Feather4:14
13End Of Session1:53
14Wading In The Velvet Sea4:29


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
62297-2Phish The Story Of The Ghost ‎(CD, Album)Elektra62297-2US1998
CD 62297Phish The Story Of The Ghost ‎(CD, Album)ElektraCD 62297Canada1998
62297-4Phish The Story Of The Ghost ‎(Cass, Album)Elektra62297-4Europe1998
AMCY-2916Phish The Story Of The Ghost ‎(CD, Album)EastWest JapanAMCY-2916Japan1998
7559-62297-2Phish The Story Of The Ghost ‎(CD, Album)Elektra7559-62297-2Europe1998


  • ProducerAndy Wallace


  • Matrix / Runout (side A, etched): STE-62297-A-1 MASTERDISK
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, etched): STE-62297-B-1 MASTERDISK
  • Barcode: 0 7559-62297-1 5



The Story of the Ghost is the seventh studio album by American rock band Phish, released by Elektra Records on October 27, 1998. The album features an emphasis on the jazz-funk influenced cow-funk style, which the group had been experimenting with in concert throughout 1997 and 1998. The album's first single was Birds of a Feather, which was a Top 20 hit on Billboard magazine's Adult Alternative Songs chart. The Story Of The Ghost - Phish. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album Notes. Trey Anastasio: guitar, vocals Jon Fishman: drums, vocals Mike Gordon: bass, pedal steel, vocals Page McConnell: keyboards, vocals. Produced and Mixed by Andy Wallace Recorded at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, NY April June 1998. Engineered by Chris Shaw Assistant Recording Engineer: Chris Laidlaw. Dave Os Farmhouse 34-7, 47-11, 1998 Recorded by Phish and Andy Wallace. Mixed at Soundracks Studios, NY, NY JuneJuly 1998 Assistant Mix Engineer: Steve Sisco. Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk July 1998. Album 1998 14 Songs. Rock 1998. Birds of a Feather. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Phish. Quasi-encore: Phish had finished their written setlist though skipping The Moma Dance, which was on the in album Phish - The Story Of The Ghost 1998. Phish - Ghost. Phish - Birds Of A Feather. Only for completionists 0. Review by Easy Livin SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator, Retired Admin. Phrankie says relax. In all, a disappointing Phish album, which appears to indicate that the band have had all the vitality sucked out of them. This is nothing more than a collection of bland songs with primarily funky foundations. The only exception of note is Guyute, but even this is below par. On August 1, 1998 Phish returned to Alpine Valley in East Troy, WI for their third show in Americas Dairyland in as many years. Alpine is a favorite venue one of the largest amphitheaters on the circuit with a capacity of 37,000, sprawling parking lot, a steep-sloped lawn, and wooden roof. Other set I notables included Fikus, a rarity debuted earlier that summer in Copenhagen that appeared on The Story of the Ghost album that fall, and a lively Funky Bitch set closer. Set II highlights included Wilson 2001 1998s only Magilla 2001, a transcendent Tweezer Fluffhead, and a blazing fast Chalk Dust Torture. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Story of the Ghost, 1998. Ghost, 03:52. Birds of a Feather, 04:14. Meat, 02:39. Guyute, 08:26. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations

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The reissue that came out on black friday 2019 is one of the best sounding records I currently own. It's a fantastic album, just from a song standpoint, chock full of what were or were to become Phish live staples. But this reissue is just a delight. If I were to hone in on one stand out, it's Mike Gordon's bass tone. Just super buttery, punchy and funky. Overall, though, it really sounds like you're sitting in the record studio control room, hearing it the way they wanted it to be heard. Highly recommend picking it up if you're a Phan!
vinyl reissue coming black fridayAt least 10 words must be entered.
8,000 copy RSD first release which means that a mass market pressing could come later on. Should not be too hard to find.
elegant stranger
Anyone have a beat up copy for sale w/ the insert? I opened my sealed copy and it was missing the insert.
Great to hear it wasn't just my copy missing the insert.
I purchased my copy of this LP back around 2000 at a record shop while vacationing in Bar Harbor, ME. It was sealed and upon opening it, I discovered that there was no insert that appears to be included in this release. The LP just came in a generic white inner sleeve. I'm just wondering if anyone else has this LP and didn't get the printed insert with lyrics? Either way, I'm wicked happy that I own this LP since it's so rare and is one of my favorite Phish albums. Even though this could have been a 2-LP pressing considering the album's length, this is an incredible pressing that doesn't seem to have much inner groove distortion at all.
Now that Billy is out, I think they'll release Ghost at the festival this summer. It's possible for black friday RSD.....either way, it's coming....
Bummer about the no-insert... the sleeve is white generic in my copy too, came that way. Maybe a partial run of these skipped the factory's quality control without inserts? Either way, it really is an awesome LP to own. Wish I would have plucked up Farmhouse back then, too! Do i sense a record store day reissue soon?.... 2xLP 45s would be awesome for both albums.
Wooden Purple Romeo
Why, oh- why, did I not buy more copies of this back in '99-2000, when it cost all of ~$14?? What a lovely album. This band re-instilled my faith in music,; when the majority of people my age were blasting Eminem and Limp Bizkit, I was improv-jamming with my old buds and getting elevated on jam-talent from Phish, Keller Williams, SCI, and for my generation's, "British Invasion," a healthy dose of Radiohead. The Story of the Ghost is the first Phish album which dug its way extraordinarily deep into my heart. The crafting of the songs, the heart in the studio performances, the purity in the vocals that wove this awesome work of art; it's what an album should be.My copy has dust, a slight inaudible warp, and plays superbly. I am planning on having it cleaned professionally, and protecting it better now that I know how rare it is. I will never- ever -even between the hardest of places and most rocky surface- come off of it. HAD I purchased a plethora of these, if after gifting best friends who would cherish and care for it properly, I can say it would still be hard to consider letting any ficticious "extra" copy of this go. This is one of the best sounding records I own. A magical gem for any true Phish Phan.
A few years late here, but uh... Can I come over and listen, ? ;-)
Could not agree more with your assessment here Ecksmega. I wish I had bought a bunch of these too. What an extraordinary moment in time they captured on these studio sessions, probably at the height of their creative energy and certainly the basis of most of the jams they still conduct in concert.
I hope you’ve found a gig and kept your goods man.
I have to eat my words. I have become unemployed and need to come up with rent money. Don't be surprised if it winds up on the market soon, as I've got no idea how else to make ends meet until I find employment! So, "the rock and a hardest place," is actually a bit more of a squeeze than I'd imagined.