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, comment by EdwardGRobinson
EdwardGRobinson Thatsa one spicy meatball!
, comment by Poizon45
Poizon45 This is one of my favorite Phish originals that the Talking Heads love to cover! ;)
, comment by fspencer09
fspencer09 Simply one of the best things I've witnessed in my young life...
, comment by crepu
crepu I don't think I'd be too upset if they opened every second set with Crosseyed. They kill it.
, comment by thehurricane
thehurricane I was at all three shows and while friday and saturday were awesome, sunday they blew the roof off of the joint. Set 2 will go down as one of the best sets ever
, comment by funkbeard
funkbeard amazing night!

the phish 2012 nye run has been silently announced at the .com, and the .net is not running the story. a few days now. :)

maybe they'll concentrate on the compositions again and return to brief jams. lol.

once again, this cross-eyed is the first chapters of one of the highlights of the year.
, comment by PhishPhan_CT
PhishPhan_CT from like 11:35 on.....best Phish i've heard 3.0.....it's not always about shreddin, the synchronization and listening skills it takes to achieve this and not to mention 29 years of practicing.....it's simply making me Crosseyed & Painless!!!!
, comment by Doctor_Ocelot
Doctor_Ocelot things are getting too spicy for the pepper.
, comment by nichobert
nichobert Yup 11:35 is a grrreeeat timestamp here.

Still, best of 3.0's competition, when it comes down to little thematic movements like this is just insanely stiff.

Something like 5 minutes into the Dicks Piper that nobody talks about. Or the Steep jam from SPAC. The DJ Shadow jam from the Gorge Rock & Roll.

I've listened to Fall 95 & Summer 97's jams in sequential order over the last month or so, and I have no problem whatsoever saying that the actual improvisation right now is as strong or stronger than ever. So patient yet so restless. Constantly loping through different dimensions of space & time, smelling the roses all the while.
 
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