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December 13, 2011

Reviews: New Release – Phish Hampton / Winston-Salem ’97 [Dog Gone Blog]

Set between the abstract psychedelia that stretched from 1994-1996 and the cosmic rock that formed between 1998 and 2000, this phase marked the largest upending in Phish’s career since they graduated from playing Grateful Dead and Wilson Pickett tunes in the 80s. The inspiration for this transition came while performing the entirety of Talking Heads’ Remain in Light on Halloween ’96, gradually taking hold over the following year, and finally coming to fruition during the fall of ’97.

Reviews: Unapologetic Fall ’97 Booster on Hampton 11/21/97 [WaxBanks]

October 31, 2011

Hampton ’97: Stream/Download AC/DC Bag -> Slave to the Traffic Light from new release [HT]

October 24, 2011

Phish: 11/21/1997 & 11/22/1997 New Sources DAUD Hampton, VA

October 17, 2011

Live Phish: Phish to Release Hampton / Winston-Salem ’97 [Hidden Track]

When discussing the Holy Grail of Phish shows stuck inside the band’s vault, the Hampton ’97 performances and Big Cypress are usually towards the top of most fans’ lists. On December 6, Phish fans will finally get to hear the Hampton ’97 performances in all their Fred Kevorkian-mastered soundboard glory when JEMP Records puts out Hampton / Winston Salem ’97. The wonderful kicker is that the band has attached the severely underrated November 23, 1997 show to this seven-CD set that will also include never-before-heard soundchecks.

May 18, 2011

Phish: 11/21/1997 11/22/1997 11/23/1997 New Sources DAUD Winston-Salem/Hampton

December 21, 2009

Phish: 11/21/1997 UNCIRCULATED Hampton, VA