Guide to the Jamming Chart for "Ghost"
After its original publication in The Phish Companion, 2d ed, in 2004, the Ghost jam chart (the content of which is largely authored by Marty Acaster (@Doctor_Smarty)) was updated and imported into the site primarily by Frank Guadagnino (@phrankG), in 2011. Other recent additions to the chart have been authored by Marty and Phil Harrison (@Dog_Faced_Boy). In 2015, the chart was significantly revised and updated by Marty, Phil, Pete Skewes-Coxe (@ucpete) and Andrew Stavely (@Westbrook).

As with all of the jamming tune charts, the purpose is to include exceptional versions, including versions that feature a lot of teases of other songs in the jam segment; are unusually improvisational; and/or are recommendable for a reason that make them notably different from a "standard, typically great" version. However, given the large number of arguably must-hear versions of Ghost, especially from the 1990s, this chart tends to include many versions that while not necessarily "above average," are still worth your time to listen to, in our view.

If you believe a version should be added to this chart, or feel that a description of any version on the chart should be modified, please explain WHY, by creating a jam chart feedback/corrections ticket. The link to create a jam chart ticket is located at the top of every jam chart page. One of the members of the jam chart team will respond to you in due course. Thank you.