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, comment by RobesPierre
RobesPierre i not trying to be a downer, but i really don't see why this jam is so amazing...

i think a lot of other jams from 2013 were far better... but maybe its just my personal taste.
, comment by Gratefulphish123
Gratefulphish123 Hell yes! this jam is amazing
, comment by Fuego
Fuego The dude on the rail melting his face off at 14:50 is exactly how I feel listening to this.
, comment by curleyfrei
curleyfrei Goddamn. That was awesome. Haven't even heard this 'til now, actually.
, comment by curleyfrei
curleyfrei @RobesPierre said:
i not trying to be a downer, but i really don't see why this jam is so amazing...

i think a lot of other jams from 2013 were far better... but maybe its just my personal taste.

Upon first listen, I think it's because their playing is so clean, and the whole thing just builds up so perfectly to that last 5 minutes or so for a spectacular climax.
, comment by jeristotle
jeristotle @RobesPierre said:
i not trying to be a downer, but i really don't see why this jam is so amazing...

i think a lot of other jams from 2013 were far better... but maybe its just my personal taste.
because they're playing devotion to a dream. around 14:30 you can hear trey tease the "it's today!" part and around 16 min you can hear the main riff. they're trolling everyone with their halloween set and no one even knows it.
, comment by Ravinus
Ravinus @Fuego said:
The dude on the rail melting his face off at 14:50 is exactly how I feel listening to this.
Which dude? Everyone's face was melting.
, comment by PennPhan
PennPhan I was there. It was positively entrancing. "Best" 3.0 song I've seen in person, knocking off the 6/10/11 Camden Curtain With. But this is music; it's all subjective (and since it's Phish, it's subjective AND opinionated!)
, comment by PennPhan
PennPhan ps--I forgot to mention that every time I hear Tres channeling Dickie Betts in the 17+ minute mark it amuses me.
, comment by ckess22
ckess22 I love this jam. My most listened to 2013 cut, no question.
, comment by Zutroy
Zutroy


I loved my view.
, comment by renaissance
renaissance I've been posting this video for months...I want residuals!!
, comment by renaissance
renaissance @Ravinus said:
@Fuego said:
The dude on the rail melting his face off at 14:50 is exactly how I feel listening to this.
Which dude? Everyone's face was melting.
The dude standing left to Mike wearing the white shirt staring up in the sky like it's opened up and he's about to be reconciled with god. Which happens at around the 15:50 mark. I swear he disappears after that.
, comment by Pinhead_Larry
Pinhead_Larry Those lights, man. CK5 jams just as well as the musicians. All one and the same creating a universe of sensory stimulus for us.

2013 is surely a tour for the ages. This and the 12/29/13 Disease always blow my mind.

Thanks for the post.
, comment by Brandonclick77
Brandonclick77 Am I the only one that hears serious Sugar Magnolia riffs around 16:20?
, comment by SimpleCymbal
SimpleCymbal Pure class. You can tell it's gonna be hot from like 12mins in. Numerous cutaways to fish eyes shut just grooving.

Pure hose, nothing more to be said.
, comment by ADAWGWYO
ADAWGWYO I prefer the jam out of Twenty Years Later
, comment by WayIFeel
WayIFeel @Fuego said:
The dude on the rail melting his face off at 14:50 is exactly how I feel listening to this.
That dude is hilarious.
, comment by WayIFeel
WayIFeel @curleyfrei said:
@RobesPierre said:
i not trying to be a downer, but i really don't see why this jam is so amazing...

i think a lot of other jams from 2013 were far better... but maybe its just my personal taste.

Upon first listen, I think it's because their playing is so clean, and the whole thing just builds up so perfectly to that last 5 minutes or so for a spectacular climax.
I concur. Definitely light at the end of the tunnel on this jam!
, comment by steve2n
steve2n @PennPhan said:
ps--I forgot to mention that every time I hear Tres channeling Dickie Betts in the 17+ minute mark it amuses me.
I get a heavy Allman Bros vibe during that section. This is a DWD that has it all.
, comment by psuphan
psuphan Being there was incredible but this one ages like a fine wine and I can't get enough... Just was listening to it yesterday and I have to hear it at least once a week. Chills when certain notes are hit and I'm transported back to the floor. Great Show!
, comment by Brandonclick77
Brandonclick77 I think I would have enjoyed this alot more in person... I agree, it's a little too clean for me and happy, but I'm not sayin it's bad at ALL, I just dig the outer limits a little more...
, comment by ProfJibboo
ProfJibboo I actually forgot how good this DWD was because the Twenty Years Later two songs later blew me away.
, comment by renaissance
renaissance @psuphan said:
Being there was incredible but this one ages like a fine wine and I can't get enough... Just was listening to it yesterday and I have to hear it at least once a week. Chills when certain notes are hit and I'm transported back to the floor. Great Show!
yea, I've watched the vid over 40 times...chills every time, like it's the first time I'm hearing it.
, comment by renaissance
renaissance @Brandonclick77 said:
I think I would have enjoyed this alot more in person... I agree, it's a little too clean for me and happy, but I'm not sayin it's bad at ALL, I just dig the outer limits a little more...
I like the wine reference earlier in this thread. This one is for guys like us that get off on pure rock-god glory. I like every way this band points its tunes in whatever direction reveals itself. But, every now and then, a pure rock performance, when done as masterfully as this, just gets me moving like nothing else.
, comment by okeepaphan
okeepaphan @ADAWGWYO said:
I prefer the jam out of Twenty Years Later
It can't even get a color or listed as a noteworthy jam... madness.
, comment by ThingsOnMyMind
ThingsOnMyMind Cant believe this hasn't been brought up. But i
I think it's disorder not a disease. ;)
, comment by phunky58
phunky58 Fantastic show imo among a fall tour that produced straight fire almost every night. Thoroughly enjoyed this disease. But I do have to say that twenty years later came out of nowhere and stole the show for me at least.. c yall on summa tourr
, comment by thisonegoesto11
thisonegoesto11 The dude standing left to Mike wearing the white shirt staring up in the sky like it's opened up and he's about to be reconciled with god. Which happens at around the 15:50 mark. I swear he disappears after that.[/quote]

No worries, our rockin-out friend is briefly spotted at 19:11 (and no longer catatonic!) Awesome!
, comment by thisonegoesto11
thisonegoesto11 @Renaissance said:
@Ravinus said:
@Fuego said:
The dude on the rail melting his face off at 14:50 is exactly how I feel listening to this.
Which dude? Everyone's face was melting.
The dude standing left to Mike wearing the white shirt staring up in the sky like it's opened up and he's about to be reconciled with god. Which happens at around the 15:50 mark. I swear he disappears after that.
Note updated avatar. Winner!
, comment by WeatherReport
WeatherReport It's starts off kind of standard, but then just takes off about 2/3 of the way through. Great performance, I'm going to have to check out some more 2013 shows.
 
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