Phish Debuts ‘Friends’ & ‘Tide Turns’ At The Mann

By Andy Kahn Jul 1, 2016 11:03 am PDT

Earlier this week, Phish held a two-night stand at The Mann Center For The Performing Arts in Philadelphia that saw the debut of several new originals. High quality video footage of two of the first-time-played new tunes, as well several other highlights have recently surfaced on YouTube.

The videos below were captured and uploaded by videographer LazyLightning55a who posted clips of the debuts of the Jon Fishman-sung “Friends” and the Trey Anastasio-sung “Tide Turns” from the show Wednesday night. Paired with audio taped by Noah Bickart, excellent video of Wednesday’s slowed-down “Llama” from the first set and the second set closing “Backwards Down The Number Line” have also been posted. Watch the pair of debuts followed by the other two songs from the second night below:

[Friends]

[Tide Turns]


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[Llama]


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[Backwards Down The Number Line]


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High quality video footage from Tuesday’s Mann opener was also posted by LazyLightning55a, including the second performance of “Breath And Burning” and the subsequent jam that came out of the set two rendition. View the newly added original as well as the busted-out take on “Sleep Again” and the first set “Split Open And Melt” below:

[Breath And Burning]


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[Sleep Again]


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[Split Open And Melt]


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Phish begins a three-night stand at Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York tonight. A webcast is available via LivePhish.

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