, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2015-08-20
n00b100 If you said this was your favorite jam from 3.0, I wouldn't look at you askance.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2014-07-27
n00b100 A moment of pure joy from one of the greatest shows the band has ever played (sorry, not backing down on that one); just unbridled charming funkiness, aided by Page giving his electric piano a good workout. Bonus points for Trey hilariously yanking the band into Hold Your Head Up - seek out the webcast for the moment where the camera catches Fish mid-segue with a "welp, guess I'd better figure out how to wriggle my way out of this one" look on his face. And boy, did he ever!
, comment by wildwind , attached to 2000-06-14
wildwind How'd they even do this
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2000-06-14
n00b100 It is really this 16 minute stretch - not the super (Type I) BOTT, not even the extraordinary, minutely detailed Twist that precedes this jam - that makes Fukuoka one of Phish's greatest shows. Everything about this jam is about pure patience, moving from buzzing ambiance to mellow rock to that astonishing stretch when Walk Away emerges from the midst of things just as easy as you please. Truly gorgeous music, and one of the All Time Great Segues.
, comment by kipmat , attached to 2000-06-10
kipmat A "Jam" doesn't always have to be lengthy to be great. This improvisation could arguably be the intro to Twist, or an improvisational coda to Bathtub Gin, but even by itself, the performance is cohesive and highly representative of the Japan 2000 tour.
, comment by HarborSeal , attached to 1997-07-10
HarborSeal "A theme SIMILAR to The Lizards"? It IS Lizards! They play the entire final section of Lizards in a cool, twisted, slowed down, funkified manner. They even play the closing measures! It's as much the closing section of Lizards as the whole 6/25/97 McGrupp is McGrupp.
, comment by kipmat , attached to 1991-10-30
kipmat So, what did the Dalai Lama say to the hot dog vendor? You'll have to listen to this show to find out. ;-D


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