|2017-07-26||New York, NY||14:37||After busting a 524 show gap, the band breaks from "1999" proper and drops into a synth-heavy and funky jam, the four seemingly pushing for maximum freak-out effect. Each musician's contributions deserve attention, their collaborative effort adding much by way of subdivision value. Trey's soloing adds gain and grit, before a marked shift into major mode play produces a spirited release. Cools. Super -> into "Steam".|
|2021-10-28||Las Vegas, NV||14:48||Coming after a massive, show-opening "2001", "1999" makes its third appearance in a Phish setlist. The band wastes no time getting down and they find a groove together almost immediately. By 13:00, the party jam has turned into frenetic energy. Soaring play from Trey towards the end of the jam as they clunkily > into "555".|
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