|2013-08-02||San Francisco, CA||8:09||A very strong "Type I" jam in "STFTFP," followed by an unusual, mildly disconcerting outro jam, which itself pairs oddly with low-key "Woo" responses from the audience.|
|2017-07-29||New York, NY||8:25||A really great version, with a easy-going, lilting, and generally upbeat instrumental jam section.|
|2022-06-04||Noblesville, IN||8:58||The longest version of STFTFP up to this date stays mostly within the bounds of the song, save the "Odd Couple" tease. Trey's play is soaring in this very strong version of the song. > into "Runaway Jim."|
|2022-07-26||Wantagh, NY||9:23||For the second time this summer Phish steal a little extra time to extend a version of this rocker. As at Deer Creek, the band stays mostly within the confines of the song, but luxuriates in a laid back yet crisp approach that culminates in a "Meatstick" flavored peak that -> to NICU.|
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