[Post is courtesy of phish.net user @swittersdc. - Ed.]
The “turning points” in Phish history. What comes to mind? What’s on your list? On this week’s episode of the Helping Friendly Podcast, the crew is joined by the great @waxbanks to discuss these moments throughout the history of the band. As you probably know, Wally (@waxbanks) is the author of two Phish books, one on A Live One and one about Fall 1997. Wally brings a really unique and smart perspective, and this episode is a great example of that. This is Part 1; Part 2 will be up next week. We appreciate you listening, and you can review and subscribe to the Helping Friendly Podcast on iTunes, or listen through the player below. The HF Pod team is me, @mdphunk, @rowjimmy and @brad10s. Thanks for your support!
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March 24, 1993
25 years ago
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Set 2: The Landlady > Split Open and Melt, Sparkle > Tweezer > Mound, Big Ball Jam > Fast Enough for You, You Enjoy Myself, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Hold Your Head Up > The Prison Joke > Hold Your Head Up > Terrapin > Hold Your Head Up, Good Times Bad Times
 Fish on trombone.
 Without microphones.
 Trey on acoustic guitar.
 Was told by an audience member named "Sam" after Fish refused to tell it.
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