All About Jazz

Home » Search Center » Results: Jemp Records

Results for "Jemp Records"

Advanced search options

Phish: St. Louis '93

Label: Jemp Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: CD 1: 4/14/93 American Theatre - Set I: Buried Alive >Poor Heart; Maze; Bouncing Around The Room; It’s Ice >Stash>Kung >Stash>Kung >The Horse >Silent In The Morning >Divided Sky; I Didn’t Know; Golgi Apparatus. CD 2 - 4/14/93 American Theatre - Set II: Roger’s Proposa; AC/DC Bag >My Sweet One >Tweezer; Mound; Big Ball Jam; You Enjoy Myself >Spooky; You Enjoy Myself . CD 3: 4/14/93 American Theatre - Set II, cont’d: Harpua >Runaway Jim. Encore: Lengthwise >Contact >Tweezer Reprise. CD 4: 8/16/93 American Theatre - Axilla >Possum >Horn >Reba >Sparkle. CD 5: 8/16/93 American Theatre - Set I - cont’d: Foam; I Didn’t Know; Split Open And Melt; The Squirming Coil. CD 6: 8/16/93 American Theatre - Set II:Mike’s Song >Faht >eekapaug Groove; Mound >It’s Ice >My Friend, My Friend; Poor Heart ; Big Ball Jam; Take The ‘A’ Train >Good Times Bad Times; Amazing Grace; Rocky Top.

Phish: St. Louis '93

Read "Phish: St. Louis '93" reviewed by Doug Collette

The pastel color scheme on the front and back covers of Phish St. Louis '93 is quietly evocative of the six CD's of music enclosed in the slim slip case, but no more or less than the deeper tones on the individual sleeves and the discs themselves that mirror the intensity of the playing at its ...

Phish: Amsterdam

Label: Jemp Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: CD 1: Soul Shakedown Party > Divided Sky; Wilson >My Soul; Guyute ; Timber (Jerry) >Billy Breathes; Llama; Bathtub Gin >Golgi Apparatus. CD 2: The Squirming Coil >Down With Disease >Carini >Taste >Down With Disease >Suzy Greenberg >Prince Caspian; CD 3: Sleeping Monkey >Rocky Top; Ghost; Horn; Ya Mar. CD 4:Limb By Limb > Ain’t Love Funny; Saw It Again; Dirt; Reba; Dogs Stole Things. CD 5: Fish Keyboard Jam >Timber (Jerry) >Bathtub Gin >Cities; Loving Cup >Slave To The Traffic Light; When The Circus Comes. CD 6: Mike’s Song >Simple >Maze; Strange Design; Ginseng Sullivan; Vultures; Water In The Sky >Weekapaug Groove. CD 7: Stash >2. Llama >Wormtown Jam >Wading In The Velvet Sea. CD 8: Free; David Bowie.

Phish: Amsterdam

Read "Phish: Amsterdam" reviewed by Doug Collette

Delving in sequence into this eight CD set of the shows recorded in February and July of 1997, it sounds like the band really takes flight during “Timber" from the initial show. But Phish shows from throughout their history inevitably exhibit a relativity of momentum, the dynamics of which are dependent upon, but not limited by, ...

Niagara Falls

Label: Jemp Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: CD 1: The Old Home Place > The Curtain > AC/DC Bag, Demand > Rift; Slave to the Traffic Light; Guyute; Bouncing Around the Room; Possum; Hello My Baby. CD 2: Split Open and Melt, Strange Design > Taste That Surrounds; Reba; Julius; Sleeping Monkey > Sparkle > Mike's Song -> Weekapaug Groove -> Digital Delay Loop Jam; Amazing Grace; Uncle Pen. (soundcheck "Poor Heart").

Phish: Ventura

Label: Jemp Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: CD 1: NICU
; Wolfman’s Brother
; Chalk Dust Torture
; Water In The Sky
; Stash; Weigh
; Piper
; Cars Trucks Buses
; Character Zero. CD 2: Punch You In The Eye
; Free
; David Bowie
; Cities
; David Bowie. CD 3: Bouncing Around The Room
; Uncle Pen
; Prince Caspian
; Fire
; My Soul
; Ventura ’97 Soundcheck Jam. CD 4: Bathtub Gin
; Dirt
; Poor Heart
; Lawn Boy
; My Sweet One
; Birds Of A Feather
; Theme From The Bottom
; Water In The Sky; The Moma Dance
; Split Open And Melt. CD 5: Drowned; Makisupa Policeman
; Maze
; Sea And Sand
; Prince Caspian
; Harry Hood. CD 6: Sexual Healing
; Hold Your Head Up
; Halley’s Comet
; Ventura ’98 Soundcheck Jam.


Label: Jemp Records
Released: 2013


Phish: Niagara Falls

Read "Niagara Falls" reviewed by Doug Collette

When Phish played the Niagara Falls Convention Center on December 7th 1995, it'd be fair to say the band was hitting its stride with its art and its audience. Having played together for a dozen years at this point and cultivated a loyal and increasingly large coterie of followers, arguably as idiosyncratic as the Vermont-based group ...

Phish: Ventura

Read "Phish: Ventura" reviewed by Doug Collette

Phish: Ventura follows its predecessor Chicago '94 (Jemp Records, 2012) by compiling shows performed at the same venue. While not such a superlative set of gigs--the comparative virtues of these 1997 and 1998 concerts are more erratic--they do illustrate how a particular venue can affect a band's performance, whether on successive nights or successive tours. The ...

Chicago '94

Label: Jemp Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: CD1: Wilson >Rift; AC/DC Bag >Maze; The Mango Song >Down With Disease >It's Ice >; Dog Faced Boy; Divided Sky; Sample In A Jar. CD2: 6/18/94 Set II: Peaches en Regalia >David BowieHorn >McGrupp And The Watchful Hosemasters >Tweezer >Lifeboy. CD3: You Enjoy Myself >Chalk Dust Torture. Encore: Bouncing Around The Room >Tweezer Reprise. Filler-6/18/94 Soundcheck: All Things Reconsidered; How Many More Times; Poor Heart. CD4: Llama; Guelah Papyrus; Reba; Bouncing Around The Room; Split Open And Melt; Esther >Julius; Golgi Apparatus. CD5: 2001 >Mike's Song >Simple >Harpua >Weekapaug Groove >The Mango Song >Purple Rain >Hold Your Head Up. CD6: Run Like An Antelope; Good Times Bad Times; Filler-11/25/94 Soundcheck: Soundcheck Jam >Dog Log.


Enter our contest giveaways

Contest Giveaway

Win a chance at some outstanding big band and brass-powered releases by entering the Summit Records contest giveaway! One click entry.

Contest Guidelines

Reader's Poll: Have a favorite record label or labels? Let us know.

Favorite Record Labels Poll

From legendary labels like Blue Note and Verve to independent imprints, vote for your favorites.

More Polls

Publisher's Desk

More Contests, more winners! Look for two monthly giveaways starting soon. Learn more.


All About Jazz needs your support

All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, shelter in place and an uncertain future, we've pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary effort that will help musicians now, and in the future. You can help offset the cost of this essential undertaking by making a donation today. In return, we'll deliver an ad-free experience (which includes hiding the bottom right video ad). Thank you.

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.