Philly '76 is a live album by Frank Zappa, recorded on October 29, 1976 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, PA, and released by the Zappa Family Trust on Vaulternative Records on December 21, 2009 to commemorate Frank Zappa's 69th birthday. It is the fourth recording of a complete concert released posthumously on the Vaulternative Records label.
The live band featured on the recording included Lady Bianca on vocals, who only toured with Zappa's band for a few weeks in the fall of 1976. One cut from this concert ("Wind Up Workin' in A Gas Station") was released on You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 6 in 1992. Prior to the release of Philly '76, no other recordings featuring Lady Bianca had been officially released.
Also appearing for the first time on the album are a cover of "Stranded in the Jungle" (originally recorded in 1956 by the Jay Hawks, later covered by The Cadets, Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen and the New York Dolls, and included in the non-Zappa Family Trust release "Frank Zappa's Jukebox") and a verse of lyrics in "Titties 'N Beer" not included in previously released versions of the song, which illuminates Zappa's original title for the song, "Chrissy Puked Twice."