|1997-07-11||Wolfman's||Escalarre, Spain||15:09||Extended funk section which continues until 12:00 when the jam loosens into rocking mode and > to "Johnny B. Goode."|
|1998-07-08||Moma||Barcelona, Spain||11:35||Strong playing in the early section, as is the case for many '98 renditions of "Moma". The jam segment is extended and has some nice, ascending melodic playing in the last few minutes. Outstanding version for this period.|
|1998-07-08||Gin||Barcelona, Spain||17:54||A very nice "Type I" jam mellows into some quiet variations on the "Gin" theme, and then migrates to lush, ambient space.|
|1998-07-08||Wilson||Barcelona, Spain||8:53||A confidently sloppy, set-opening rendition gets aggressive as soon as the vocals end. In place of a solo, the band drones away in a heavy choogling mood with crisp Fishman fills, before Trey finds a descending riff, and Page responds masterfully with blistering organ.|
|1998-07-09||Meat||Barcelona, Spain||8:36||Includes a groovy, low-key outro jam.|
|1998-07-09||Tweezer||Barcelona, Spain||18:10||Calling this version among the greatest in Phish history is not an overstatement. Goes from serenely funky to balls-to-the-wall badass. "Things That Make You Go Hmmm" tease from Mike.|
|1998-07-10||Halley's||Barcelona, Spain||18:00||One of the earlier examples of the groove-based jamming that would blossom in '99 and '00. Mike takes the lead and Trey and Page gradually build off this, including a nice "First Tube" tease. The jam winds down in ambient '98 space.|
|1998-07-10||Simple||Barcelona, Spain||24:11||Fairly straightforward "Simple" jam becomes spacey for a stretch, then takes off into stratospheric, rocking and guitar-driven improvisation.|
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