Runaway Jim

, comment by patper
patper The first fifteen minutes or so of this Jim shuffle along in delightfully "Jim" territory, with varying degrees of intensity. After a while, things settle down into a quirky, bouncy, goofy, robot-casino dance beat. Truly weird stuff! Unlike anything I've heard from Phish. The ambient section that follows is distinctively bleak, but strangely cathartic in juxtaposition to the quite silly music that precedes it. The jam is surreal in that way.

I normally don't like the long, groove based jams like this, but this one really is great and unique, and is why I keep digging into late nineties Phish.

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