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Slip Stitch and Pass
Live album by
ReleasedOctober 28, 1997 (US)
RecordedMarch 1, 1997,
Markthalle Hamburg,
Hamburg, Germany
GenreJam rock, prog rock, jazz-rock, neo-psychedelia, funk rock
ProducerBryce Goggin
Phish chronology
Billy Breathes
Slip Stitch and Pass
The Story of the Ghost
(1998) Downloads series chronology
Live Phish Downloads: Billy Breathes
Live Phish Downloads: Slip Stitch and Pass
Live Phish Downloads: The Story of the Ghost
Professional ratings
Review scores
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music[2]
Entertainment WeeklyB [3] / B+ [4]
Rolling Stone[5]
The Village VoiceB+[7]

Slip Stitch and Pass is the second official live album by the American rock band Phish. It was released on October 28, 1997, by Elektra Records and has nine tracks from the band's March 1, 1997, show at the Markthalle Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany, which was part of Phish's 1997 European Tour.

Access hundreds of high fidelity Live Phish concerts at legendary venues. Download or stream the entire Live Phish concert catalog. New shows added daily. Slip Stitch and Pass is Phish's second official live album, originally released October 28, 1997. The nine tracks were recorded live March 1, 1997 at the Markthalle Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany. Renowned designer Storn Thorgerson designed the album cover. This Record Store Day Black Friday release is coming on double two-color splatter vinyl. Disc 1 Side A 1.) Cities 2.) Wolfman's Brother Side. Learn how to Slip a Stitch Purlwise with Planet Purl's video, taught by Beth Moriarty, author of 'Deep South Knitting.' Details about Phish Slip Stitch and Pass Colored Splatter Vinyl LP Record Album Sealed #'d. 1 viewed per hour. Phish Slip Stitch and Pass Colored Splatter Vinyl LP Record Album Sealed #'d. Item Information. Condition: New. Price: US $199.99.

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The album marked the first time that concert staples 'Mike's Song' and 'Weekapaug Groove' had appeared on an official Phish release, despite both having been part of the band's repertoire since the 1980s. Three of the album's nine songs are cover songs: 'Cities' from Talking Heads, 'Jesus Just Left Chicago' from ZZ Top and the traditional a cappella standard 'Hello My Baby'.

In addition, during the final jam segment of 'Mike's Song', the band quotes (or 'teases') Pink Floyd's 'Careful with That Axe, Eugene' and elements and lyrics from The Doors song 'The End'. Mozilla firefox 2 for mac. The close of 'Weekapaug Groove' interpolates the end section of the Rolling Stone's 'Can't You Hear Me Knocking'.

The jam on 'Wolfman's Brother' is indicative of the band's foray into funk music, which dominated the group's improvisation over the next several years. The song also includes a tease of the band's own instrumental tune 'Dave’s Energy Guide.'


Renowned graphic artist Storm Thorgerson designed the album cover.[8]

Track listing[edit]

  1. 'Cities' (David Byrne) - 5:18
  2. 'Wolfman's Brother' (Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Tom Marshall, Page McConnell) - 13:50
  3. 'Jesus Just Left Chicago' (Frank Beard, Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill) - 12:58
  4. 'Weigh' (Gordon) - 5:29
  5. 'Mike's Song' (Gordon) - 13:52
  6. 'Lawn Boy' (Anastasio, Marshall) - 2:56
  7. 'Weekapaug Groove' (Anastasio, Fishman, Gordon, McConnell) - 8:20
  8. 'Hello My Baby' (Joseph E. Howard, Ida Emerson, Louis C. Singer) - 1:19
  9. 'Taste' (Anastasio, Fishman, Gordon, Marshall, McConnell) - 8:44


Full Setlist[9]
Set 1Cities > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, Down with Disease, Weigh, Beauty of My Dreams, Wolfman's Brother -> Jesus Just Left Chicago, Reba, Hello My Baby, Possum
Set 2Carini, Dinner and a Movie > Mike's Song -> Lawn Boy > Weekapaug Groove, The Mango Song > Billy Breathes, Theme From the Bottom
EncoreTaste, Sweet Adeline
NotesThe week-long trend of breaking out songs continued with the show-opening Cities, which was the first since July 5, 1994 (222 shows). Wolfman’s included a Dave’s Energy Guide tease. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Possum included an All Fall Down signal and a heavy metal-style intro. The jam out of Mike’s featured teases and vocal quotes of The End (The Doors), Peace Frog, and Careful with That Axe, Eugene; The End (The Doors) was subsequently quoted in Lawn Boy and Weekapaug. Weekapaug was unfinished and ended in a Can't You Hear Me Knocking jam.


Trey Anastasio – guitars, lead vocals, acapella vocals on 'Hello My Baby'
Page McConnell – keyboards, backing vocals, lead vocals on 'Jesus Just Left Chicago' and 'Lawn Boy', acapella vocals on 'Hellp My Baby'
Mike Gordon – bass guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on 'Weigh' and 'Mike's Song', acapella vocals on 'Hello My Baby'
Jon Fishman – drums, backing vocals, co-lead vocals on 'Taste', acapella vocals on 'Hello My Baby'

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  1. ^Erlewine, Stephen Thomas (2011). 'Slip, Stitch and Pass'. AllMusic. Retrieved 7 August 2011.
  2. ^Larkin, Colin (2011). The Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Omnibus Press. ISBN9780857125958.
  3. ^Weingarten, Marc (1997-10-31). 'Album Review: 'Slip Stitch and Pass''. Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2017-11-12.
  4. ^Hermes, Will (2000-08-04). 'Phish albums'. Entertainment Weekly.
  5. ^Hermes, Will (1997-12-12). 'Slip, Stitch and Pass'. Rolling Stone.
  6. ^Kenneally, Tim (January 1998). 'Phish: Slip Stitch and Pass'. Spin. SPIN Media LLC. pp. 117–8.
  7. ^Christgau, Robert (1997-11-04). 'Consumer Guide'. The Village Voice.
  8. ^'Cover ups: Storm Thorgerson's iconic album artwork – in pictures'. The Guardian. 2013-04-18. Retrieved 2017-11-12.
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External links[edit]

  • Setlists: 1997-03-01 - Full setlist and notes for the March 1, 1997 show
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Slip, Stitch and Pass was the second live album (at the time) released by Phish. It's hard to imagine they had only released one live album prior to this, but it was essentially the band's announcement to fans and the rest of the world that it was going to carry over its success from being a 90's college band into the new millennium as one of the world's most influential improvisational bands.
The record was recorded at the March 1, 1997 show in Hamburg Germany during the band's only foray into Europe. The band put together the European tour in an effort to get back to its roots--playing small, intimate gigs where they could be close to the crowd, play in small theaters with great sound qualities and basically enjoy themselves. Slip, Stitch and Pass is a wonderful product of that newly refreshed passion.
By this point in their career, the band was playing large arenas and exhausted themselves by playing over 200 shows a year. This is when the band went from being four guys jamming onstage to a corporation that was beginning to get too big for everyone involved. So, off to Europe they went and several of the shows there have become legendary. Slip, Stitch and Pass certainly qualifies.
Starting out right away with a Talking Heads cover 'Cities' you get the idea that things are going to be a little different. It was a great departure from the original recording, and infused a great deal of funk, jazz and jam all rolled into one.
'Wolfman's Brother' has become one of my personal favorite jams of all time. Whenever the band slows things down and gets into the groove, something special bubbles up, and in this case, Wolfman's takes us to a level of jam-building that I hadn't heard since the band's early days. The joy doesn't end there, however, as the song slowly morphs into a bluesy bonanza known as ZZ Top's 'Jesus Just Left Chicago.'
Other notable tracks in this live album are keyboardist Page McConnell's tongue-in-cheek lounge singer performance of 'Lawn Boy' and the a capella 'Hello My Baby' which is made even more authentic by the sound of audience members telling others to 'shush' so they can hear.
It's not Phish's greatest show, nor the bands greatest album--but it put the rest of the musical world on notice: Phish was here to stay into the new millennium and beyond.
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