26

Jun

1995

Phish

Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

06/26/95 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

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Set One

My Friend, My Friend 433

346206-TRACK

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Don't You Want To Go? 411

346207-TRACK

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Bathtub Gin 513

346208-TRACK

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NICU 338

346209-TRACK

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The Sloth 233

346210-TRACK

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My Mind's Got A Mind Of Its Own 152

346211-TRACK

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It's Ice 515

346212-TRACK

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Dog Faced Boy 157

346213-TRACK

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Tela 412

346214-TRACK

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Possum 881

346215-TRACK

Set Two

Down With Disease 1439

346216-TRACK

Free 979

346217-TRACK

Poor Heart 163

346218-TRACK

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You Enjoy Myself 1324

346219-TRACK

Strange Design 169

346220-TRACK

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Run Like An Antelope 748

346221-TRACK

Encore

Sleeping Monkey 341

346222-TRACK

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Rocky Top 195

346223-TRACK

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Show Notes

On June 26, 1995 Phish played their second headline show at Saratoga Performing Arts Center (“SPAC”) – a modern amphitheater on the bucolic grounds of Saratoga Spa State Park in Saratoga Springs, NY.  SPAC ’95 was the sixteenth show in a 22-show summer tour supporting Phish’s first live record – the 2-CD set A Live One, released June 27th (the day after this show) on Elektra.  While A Live One was a compilation of Phish classics recorded in 1994, summer 1995 performances gravitated toward new material from a one-off show in Lowell that May and early summer-tour debuts destined for Billy Breathes.  SPAC ’95 Tickets cost about $20 and Phish drew a good crowd on a Monday night. The multi-track recorders that yielded the A Live One masters were rolling to capture the source tracks for this release.

SPAC ’95 highlights included Don’t You Want To Go? and Bathtub Gin, summer’s only The Sloth, and a spacious Possum from a hot set I, as well as a nearly non-stop set II that combined the mind-blowing Down With Disease > Free (the 1st such pairing) with a spectacular Poor Heart > You Enjoy Myself and Strange Design > Run Like An Antelope.  This was a thriller of a show – demented, psychedelic, Summer Space Camp Phish at its best.  The music had a Led Zeppelin sub-plot with teases of Heartbreaker during Possum and Immigrant Song during You Enjoy Myself.

6/26/95 SPAC was recorded by Paul Languedoc to digital multitrack and mixed/mastered by Jon Altschiller.

  • My Friend, My Friend (Anastasio/Marshall)
  • Don't You Want To Go? (Rogers/Rundless*)
  • Bathtub Gin (Anastasio/Goodman)
  • NICU (Anastasio/Marshall)
  • The Sloth (Anastasio)
  • My Mind's Got a Mind of Its Own (Hancock#)
  • It's Ice (Anastasio/Marshall)
  • Dog Faced Boy (Anastasio/Fishman/Marshall/McConnell)
  • Tela (Anastasio)
  • Possum (Holdsworth)
  • Down with Disease (Anastasio/Marshall)
  • Free (Anastasio/Marshall)
  • Poor Heart (Gordon)
  • You Enjoy Myself (Anastasio)
  • Strange Design (Anastasio/Marshall)
  • Run Like an Antelope (Anastasio/Pollak)
  • Sleeping Monkey (Anastasio/Marshall)
  • Rocky Top (Bryant/Bryant^)

All songs copyright Who Is She? Music Inc (BMI) except for: *ARC Music Corp (BMI), #Two Roads Music (BMI), ^House of Bryant Publications (BMI)