Friday, August 26, 2016

Full Show Friday: Phish 7/3/16 SPAC Saratoga, NY

We search the murky back waters of youtube to find full concerts and post them to the site weekly, come back every seven days to help us celebrate Full Show Friday's. These shows are of varying quality and may not be here for long so enjoy them while you can...As always, please support the artist every which way, but especially by seeing them live (if they are still playing)...This week...Phish!
August is a special month for us here at RtBE and the main reason why is the perfect little upstate New York town of Saratoga which blooms in full each summer. Live music at the gorgeous Saratoga Performing Arts Center is a major reason for that affection, so this month we will be picking shows from SPAC to present for our Full Show Fridays

With Travers weekend here, we figured we would end this series with the band we have seen the most at the historic Saratoga venue. Phish. With Vermont being so close this is almost a hometown show for the band anytime they visit the state park. Page's Father has shown up on a few occasions and the band just seems to really enjoy the venue. 

While we didn't make up there this year our Sister did and while she wasn't enamored with the shows, Summer + Saratoga + Phish ='s Classic any way you add it up. Especially with the amazing interwebs and the ability to watch this show now (until it is taken down) wherever you may be. Pro Shot, Pro Sound. We hope you enjoyed this month's focus on a great venue. 

Now Enjoy Phish's show from last month:
Phish: Sun, Jul 03, 2016
Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

Set 1:
0:42 The Wedge,
7:25 Heavy Things,
13:14 Tube,
18:12 Sugar Shack,
24:35 Lawn Boy,
27:44 Sparkle
31:49 Sample in a Jar, *
36:39 It's Ice
44:48 Guelah Papyrus,
51:08 Ocelot
1:00:14 Scent of a Mule
1:11:14 Possum

Set 2:
1:58:48 Soul Shakedown Party,
2:02:54 The MOMA Dance **
2:20:31 Twist
2:28:25 Joy
2:34:01 Breath and Burning,
2:39:11 Axilla
2:42:31Theme From the Bottom
2:50:28 Harry Hood
3:01:29 Show of Life

3:09:23 Rock and Roll

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