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PHiSH – The Victor Disc jam sessions arrive in time for Hampton

With 11 days and counting to PHiSH’s return to the stage in Hampton, VA, there seems to be a disturbance in the Phorce.  A good disturbance, that is.   It seems that a tasty little JAM nugget has been leaked /released /liberated /offered from Phish headquarters!

If you are a fan of The Siket Disc or some of the late-night jams from Lemonwheel or the Control Tower Jam from The IT Festival, then by all means…proceed.  In my opinion, this is some damn fine, loose jamming that rarely strays into the uninteresting.

Take it away, Mr. Miner….



“Poking around the Internet yesterday, I stumbled upon some new Phish music!  Posted in multiple Phish forums was the complete version of The Victor Disc, a series of instrumental outtakes from a 2002 jam session.  I had posted the first three tracks on Phish Thoughts recently, but now we have uncovered all ten tracks to the mysterious quasi-album!  The story behind the recording is as follows.

On December 19th, 2002, while Phish was in New York to appear on The Late Show With David Letterman,  Trey and Page popped into a downtown recording studio sometime after midnight.  Deciding to play, they called Fishman and Gordon, asking them to join.  Phish then taped an extensive spontaneous jam session, and decided on the title, The Victor Disc, named after the session’s engineer. ” cont…

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February 23, 2009 Posted by | Hampton, Phish, Victor Disc | Leave a comment