19

Feb

1993

Phish

Roxy Theater, Atlanta, GA

02/19/93 Roxy Theater, Atlanta, GA

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Set One

Loving Cup 399

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Rift 367

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Split Open and Melt 528

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Fee 311

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Maze 533

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Colonel Forbin's Ascent 335

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Fly Famous Mockingbird 809

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Sparkle 248

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My Friend, My Friend 410

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Poor Heart 153

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David Bowie/Moby Dick 949

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Set Two

Runaway Jim 492

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It's Ice 463

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Paul and Silas 181

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You Enjoy Myself 1276

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Ya Mar 394

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Big Ball Jam 174

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Lawn Boy 206

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Funky Bitch 396

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My Sweet One 218

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HYHU > Love You > HYHU 585

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Llama 379

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Amazing Grace 200

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Encore

AC/DC Bag 409

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Show Notes
  • Recorded Live February 19th, 20th and 21st, 1993, this run at the intimate Roxy Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia set the stage for many classic tripartite celebrations to follow. With the second show's near-instant legendary status cemented among fans due largely to a non-stop thriller of a second set which included feats of rock and roll greatness, including a sit-in by a spurious Gene Simmons, At The Roxy captures a magical moment for Phish and their audience during a period of peak songwriting and experimentation.

    Over three nights, the band showcased the full spectrum of their talents from ballads to blues, from master composition to fearless improvisation all simmered and served to a small crew of jubilant participants in a near perfect environment. At the same time, the quartet was experimenting with their acoustic, bluegrass side that peaked over the next several years and provided a perfect baffle to the intense, psychedelic rock of Rift-era Phish.