Phish Preps Two Record Store Day Releases

Zumic Staff

by Zumic Staff

Published March 04, 2013

The Vermont based jamband Phish announced it will be re-releasing it's 1990 album Lawnboy on vinyl for the first time in well over a decade and that keyboardist Page McConnell will be releasing his second solo effort, entitled Unsung Cities And Movies That Were Never Made.

The Lawnboy Deluxe 2-LP vinyl set is limited to a number of 7,500 individually numbered copies, and includes a digital download transferred for the new vinyl master.  Lawnboy was originally a self released cassette in 1990 that was eventually certified Gold.


McConnell's release will feature ten new instrumental tracks cut and mixed at the band's long time VT recording studio The Barn with long-time collaborator John Siket in 2009.  The album will have a special release of 1,000 individually numbered copies on 180g red vinyl for Record Store Day.

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