As a follow up to the previous news posted here on Phish.net, this week HF Pod interviews Jeff Goldberg, a professional audio technician, archivist, and engineer who recently remastered two Phish shows that were previously unreleased and unavailable to the community (4/8/90 and 4/8/92).
Crazily enough, the tapes originally came from Page. Listen below to hear all about it. We talk to him a lot about this and about his Phish journey and play some Phish.
Jeff’s crazy story about getting these tapes brought to him and ultimately bringing them to circulation for the first time is a really good example of how amazing the Phish community can be. We hope you enjoy.
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