Following a three-set tour-closing show at Townshend Family Park (the second of three such annual events), the band visited Wendell Studios, in Boston MA, and recorded a wealth of material. None of these recordings have been officially released but they are available online and feature renditions of several Phish classics that have never otherwise been released on a studio album, including \"Harry Hood\", \"Mike's Song\", \"I Am Hydrogen\", \"Weekapaug Groove\", \"Runaway Jim\", and \"Suzy Greenberg\", as well as a couple of jazz standards, and other original songs.
Phish took the first half of 1999 off from touring and recording. Trey Anastasio embarked on his first ever solo tour in the spring, and Page McConnell compiled tracks from Phish's 1997 and 1998 recording sessions to produce The Siket Disc, an instrumental album that was released online in June (the disc would be available in stores the following year). 153554b96e