The popular jam band Phish recorded a weekend-long festival in Plattsburgh, New York, during August 16-17 of 1996 that became the largest concert of the year. Now, every minute of these live performances is included on a seven-disc set. "The Clifford Ball," named after and honoring the aviation pioneer, includes all six sets played by the band over two days, plus a bonus disc loaded with extras. Witness the band essay songs such as "Bathtub Gin," "David Bowie," "Free," "Taste," and many more. 9 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, PCM stereo; "making of" documentary; bonus footage; interviews.