Phish ‎– The Story Of The Ghost

Elektra ‎– 62297-1
Vinyl, LP


A1 Ghost 3:52
A2 Birds Of A Feather 4:14
A3 Meat 2:39
A4 Guyute 8:26
A5 Fikus 2:20
A6 Shafty 2:21
A7 Limb By Limb 3:31
B1 Frankie Says 3:06
B2 Brian And Robert 3:02
B3 Water In The Sky 2:29
B4 Roggae 2:59
B5 Wading In The Velvet Sea 4:29
B6 The Moma Dance 4:28
B7 End Of Session 1:53


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (side A, etched): STE-62297-A-1 MASTERDISK
  • Matrix / Runout (side B, etched): STE-62297-B-1 MASTERDISK
  • Barcode: 0 7559-62297-1 5

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
62297-2 Phish The Story Of The Ghost(CD, Album) Elektra 62297-2 US 1998 Sell This Version
CD 62297 Phish The Story Of The Ghost(CD, Album) Elektra CD 62297 Canada 1998 Sell This Version
AMCY-2916 Phish The Story Of The Ghost(CD, Album) EastWest Japan AMCY-2916 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
7559-62297-2 Phish The Story Of The Ghost(CD, Album) Elektra 7559-62297-2 Europe 1998 Sell This Version
62297-2 Phish The Story Of The Ghost(Cass) Elektra 62297-2 Germany 1998 Sell This Version


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December 20, 2015
I purchased my copy of this LP back around 2000 at a record shop while vacationing in Bar Harbor, ME. It was sealed and upon opening it, I discovered that there was no insert that appears to be included in this release. The LP just came in a generic white inner sleeve. I'm just wondering if anyone else has this LP and didn't get the printed insert with lyrics? Either way, I'm wicked happy that I own this LP since it's so rare and is one of my favorite Phish albums. Even though this could have been a 2-LP pressing considering the album's length, this is an incredible pressing that doesn't seem to have much inner groove distortion at all.


October 9, 2015

Why, oh- why, did I not buy more copies of this back in '99-2000, when it cost all of ~$14??

What a lovely album. This band re-instilled my faith in music,; when the majority of people my age were blasting Eminem and Limp Bizkit, I was improv-jamming with my old buds and getting elevated on jam-talent from Phish, Keller Williams, SCI, and for my generation's, "British Invasion," a healthy dose of Radiohead.

The Story of the Ghost is the first Phish album which dug its way extraordinarily deep into my heart. The crafting of the songs, the heart in the studio performances, the purity in the vocals that wove this awesome work of art; it's what an album should be.

My copy has dust, a slight inaudible warp, and plays superbly. I am planning on having it cleaned professionally, and protecting it better now that I know how rare it is. I will never- ever -even between the hardest of places and most rocky surface- come off of it. HAD I purchased a plethora of these, if after gifting best friends who would cherish and care for it properly, I can say it would still be hard to consider letting any ficticious "extra" copy of this go. This is one of the best sounding records I own. A magical gem for any true Phish Phan.