Thanks again to MusicToday, I’ve got yet another giveaway…today.
Phish has become quite an archival release machine in the past few years since the Coventry goodbye/debacle.
Colorado ’88 is the newest release from the archives and it chronicles Phish’s first trip out West. The band bummed around Colorado for a week or so and played some long, wildly epic (on paper) shows — and why let that archive go untapped. The original tapes were mixed and put together as the Dry Goods only release with plenty of other goodies thrown in for the fans.
Want to know what Mike was writing about while in Colorado? What to see the photos? Want to see the setlists *before* you buy the release? Head on over to the Colorado ’88 page on Phish.com for some more insight into the tour…
“We’re pleased to announce the latest Dry Goods only release, Colorado ’88, is now
available for pre-orderout with Halloween as the release date. This three-CD set, which will not be available in stores, was compiled from Phish’s seminal tour of the Rocky Mountain State. Mastered from the original analog cassette tapes, Colorado ’88 contains recordings of songs that, until now, have not been widely traded or heard with such clarity. Several of the tracks found in the collection have never before appeared on an official Phish release.
We are also offering special packages featuring the Colorado ’88 CD and exclusive retro Phish logo shirts; a throwback to the original Phish shirts the band sold (and occasionally wore
) in 1988. These are available on a 100% cotton Teal shirt for the men and a poly-cotton blend on orchid for women.”
Three winners will each receive one copy of Colorado ’88 plus one retro Phish Logo shirt (mens or womens). Winners will be chosen at random from the comments…