|2011-08-09||Light||Stateline, NV||16:57||Heavy-duty "Storage Jam"-like improv. While lacking the melodic grandeur of some versions, it out-improvs nearly all other versions in a very cool space out jam.|
|2011-08-09||CDT||Stateline, NV||7:12||Unfinished version with teases of "Dixie" and "Hedwig's Theme" (Harry Potter), and a delicate -> into "Slave."|
|2011-08-10||Runaway Jim||Stateline, NV||8:45||Breaks beyond "Jim" at about 6:30 into a nice, exploratory groove. > to "Ghost."|
|2013-07-30||BOAF||Stateline, NV||7:45||Very well played, mostly straightforward jam that has a nice settled section before rebuilding to a fiery conclusion.|
|2013-07-30||Gin||Stateline, NV||12:10||A wild vocal jam of sorts launches the instrumental section into some very solid and rocking "Type I" playing.|
|2013-07-30||Golden Age||Stateline, NV||12:55||A pretty locked-in version including funk, rock, and upbeat melodic jamming. > to "46 Days."|
|2013-07-30||46 Days||Stateline, NV||8:42||Nice funky and rocking section with great Mike emerges on the back side of the standard "46 Days" jam and > to "BORW."|
|2013-07-31||It's Ice||Stateline, NV||7:53||Another nice little funky and rhythmic "Ice" jam with Page rocking on the B-3.|
|2013-07-31||Stash||Stateline, NV||10:16||A very good "old school" "Stash," with a dark tone and real tension throughout, plus some dissonance and rhythmic shifts.|
|2013-07-31||Tweezer||Stateline, NV||36:16||One of the most magnificently focused, sustained, and enchanting improvisations in Phish history, with several discrete sections, and audience participation taboot.|
|2013-07-31||Architect||Stateline, NV||8:37||Excellent rocking and extended straightforward version.|
|2018-07-17||Moma||Stateline, NV||13:18||This cool version has an unusually improvisational outro which builds tension and peaks before flipping back to typical "Moma" to conclude.|
|2018-07-17||Ghost||Stateline, NV||16:08||Page-guided white water rafting trip through a buttressed cathedral of an ice cream sundae. [A spirited first-set version that dives into a lovely Page-driven dreamscape before moving at Fish's urging to a driving, hard rocking jam. The jam closes with an amusing take on the usual "Ghost" ending, as the band slows down the tempo while dropping chromatically with each note played, almost like a turntable being played at an increasingly slower speed.]|
|2018-07-18||Ocelot||Stateline, NV||9:52||Forgoes the usual bluesy Ocelet jam for a slower, dreamier jam (thanks to some superb work from Page) that builds to a low-key, satisfying peak and then rolls back into "Ocelot" proper to close.|
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