|1||Chalk Dust Torture|
|9||Split Open and Melt|
|12||The Squirming Coil|
|17||Hello My Baby|
|23||Also Sprach Zarathustra|
|24||Down with Disease|
|26||Life on Mars?|
|29||The Old Home Place|
|30||Punch You in the Eye|
|32||Cars Trucks Buses|
|34||Sample in a Jar|
|44||Run Like an Antelope|
|46||Slave to the Traffic Light|
|49||Scent of a Mule|
|51||A Day in the Life|
|55||The Clifford Ball: A Beacon of Light|
|56||Flatbed Truck Jam|
|58||An Interview with Jim Pollock|
|59||Chris Kuroda Split-Screen|
|60||Phish: On Jamming|
|61||Phish: The LG|
The Clifford Ball contains the complete Phish performances from the band's first festival on 8/16/96 and 8/17/96 at Plattsburgh Air Force Base in Plattsburgh, NY. Discs one through six each contain one set (a total of 54 songs), while the seventh disc features extensive bonus material, including interviews, the 39 minute "Flatbed Truck Jam" and 53 minutes of the soundcheck from 8/15/1996.
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