Wednesday 06/29/2016 by phishnet

MANN1 RECAP: BREATH & BURNING FUEGO

[Editor's Note: We'd like to welcome guest contributor Dianna Hank for this recap.]

Last night at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, PA, Phish decided to show up to their own tour. Now, I’m not saying that there haven’t been good parts of the last 4 shows, it’s just that there hasn’t felt like there was that much cohesiveness between the band members, or flow to setlists. There are certainly things to take away from those shows and jams I will listen to again, but last night was the complete package.


Photo by 215music

If any band is capable of bringing some elemental magic to offset the dangers posed by the water table, however, it is Phish. And short of a "Reba," the band certainly poured some of its finest ingredients to concoct a memorable potion.

Sitting through the setting sun, we were literally watching ships sail in as means to anchor themselves just off shore for the show's opener. Another interesting facet of Lakeview is that the stage is relatively small. This forces the musicians to align themselves closer to one another, and really seems to enhance what has already proven to be a summer informed by a uniform and noticeable chemistry. As if in response, Trey and Mike take center stage, wearing their instruments. Spotlights upon them so trained, they open with the first of the evening’s many surprises, "The Landlady." A tight, fun version, the playing makes evident what will soon develop into a clear theme: Friendship.

Before this theme fully coalesces, though, we’re offered another favorite, this time in the form of last year’s anthem of sorts, "Blaze On," seemingly—at least for the time being—continuing its role as first set energizer. While the toxic debate surrounding the venue did not permeate either of Phish’s sets (Dave Matthews, who recently played the venue, ran through a version of "Don’t Drink the Water"), "Blaze On," with its now well-known lyrics, did seem to be a deliberate nod, acknowledging nearby Syracuse Hancock International Airport, and the steady stream of airplanes passing directly overhead.

After a humorous bit of banter—during which Trey acknowledges they are playing Fish’s hometown, and asks the audience (calling for a show of hands) if one is a fan of Fish and his mother—the band enters the night’s next big surprise, "Ha Ha Ha." Not played in sixty-three shows, this spirited, “heavy metal” version works well, especially seeing that it winds down into "Friends," a Fish-sung song played for only the second time. The song works on a few different levels. First, the "post-punk" vibe works well with "Ha Ha Ha." And of course Fishman assumes "center stage." But the song really seems to cement what this night—if not the summer—has really come to embody. Four best friends. Traveling the country. Together with their families. Having fun. And doing what they do best.

A third consecutive Fishman-penned tune, "Tube," is a welcome addition to any first set, and this version is spirited and fun. There is more to discuss, but when dealing with a show featuring twenty-seven songs, there are only so many words. Here, said words are probably better spent on the subsequent "Destiny Unbound," a total surprise, having not been performed in fifty-five shows. The band has been playing great all night, and the impressive work continues here, with a little extra jam tacked on. Add to this great playing more evidence that the band is having a terrific time, and you have the makings of another memorable moment.

"My Friend, My Friend" follows, more fodder for this show’s emerging theme. After a rough showing in Portland, the band atones, Trey powering through any past problems, clearly loose, in total command. A polished "The Mango Song" is up next. Closing a gap of seventy shows, the playing continues to inspire both the band and the crowd.

Photo © Derek Gregory

Of note: To this point in time, Trey did not feel compelled, or perhaps the songs did not call for, much by way of effects. So to hear Trey play so crisply, and with such warm lines, really did add another level ofspecial to the set. It was about this time—although the vibe had been great from the jump—that a totally palpable feeling of friendship and goodwill spread throughout the amphitheater. Among the smiling, whirling crowd, two fathers in their forties, dancing in the aisles with their teen daughters, really stood out. Shimmying and shaking. Smiling and simply shrugging. It was that sort of show.

Anytime Page hits a sample, ears perk. What ensues is not "The Dogs" or "Your Pet Cat" but perhaps the show’s biggest event: A long called but as yet delivered "Timber" (another bust out, absent some fifty-one shows since its debut) > "Timber (Jerry)" > "Timber." Here, Trey is the "effect," riffing the band into "Timber (Jerry)" with the crackling spark of a long fuse. Page is visibly laughing. The energy is incredible. And the segue back into "Timber," while expected, is no less impressive. By now the set, while quickly flowing, has become noticeably long. In the best possible way. Many were expecting a "Split Open and Melt." Or maybe a "David Bowie." More great playing, but perhaps a selection more traditional in nature, a strong, improvisational song to bring this already classic set to a close. Nope. Instead, Trey visibly smiling, darting from one friend to another, calls for "The Ballad of Curtis Loew." The first in sixty-one shows, this is a great, rousing version. Page's playing is soulful and inspired.

Photo © Derek Gregory

"Stealing Time from the Faulty Plan" is extremely well-played (another nod to lasting friendships?), and quiets into a raucous, band-and-crowd-pleasing "Mound," before Trey leads the band into "Winterqueen." A strong version, with soaring Trey and great full-band interplay, it seems that the band is content to close the set in unique, and, frankly, a pretty cool fashion. The song can fit here. But, true to the set—and to one another—the band, after a brief conversation (how cool is it to see them discussing song choices on stage?) elects to close with "one of their favorite songs," a powerful version of "Bold as Love." Not performed in fifty-nine shows, the band’s excitement is palpable, and they take an unusually long curtain call, Trey working the crowd and making sure to pick up a memento tossed upon stage. Honestly—and we didn’t even get to discuss Page’s Keytar "solo" (more on this later)—the first set itself felt like a show, with the Hendrix cover as its encore.

Set Two plays more true to form. A strong "Drowned" bleeds into a thoughtful albeit short "Twist," which quiets into a perfectly placed (and nod to the surroundings?) "Waste." Highly listenable material, and a nice combination of contrasting styles. More fun arrives in the form of "Piper," with Trey turning to smile at Fish. This seems like it might be a particularly short play, a la the days of its debut, but Trey develops and works through a few more ideas before making for "Simple." By this point it is clear the band and the audience are one; and the sing-along nature of the show is incredible, the vibe its own tenor. Arguably this version had much more by way of potential, but Trey has other ideas, eager to explore their new material (can you blame him?) and leading the band into the strong (and getting stronger) "Breath and Burning." The calypso nature of the music, coupled with some interesting lyrical content, fits perfectly in this spot, and keeps the audience captivated.

"Rocky Top" might seem—and maybe it is—an odd choice here, but perhaps not when considered in context. Laser beams and UFOs yield to "Martian Monster," which is fun, wildly improvisational (offering maybe not a rotation jam so much as yet another chapter in the summer’s “choose your own instrument” adventure) the current manifestation of a second set "Scent of a Mule," or all of the above. Regardless, the band and their fans are having fun together, and this totally carries over when the Martian was subject to further scrutiny of a late show "Golgi Apparatus." On paper, this song may seem out of place. In the moment, however, it really is glorious. The audience singing along while bathed in white. This is classic, old-school Phish. Made fresh by such an appreciative fan-base. It is a great version, and very much worth visiting.

Photo © Derek Gregory

"Frankenstein" is the obvious closer. Only what is made clear is that the Keytar “jam” was probably (actually?) the result of a technical issue; and this issue was not resolved, here. This, it seems, leads to the extended nature of the first set, and that alone would be a net plus. Only there is more. Nonplussed, Page makes for his rig and enters the song in stride, playing with fire and passion, bringing to its end what really is a fun and remarkable show. The "Character Zero" encore fits, given the energy in the room, and all that the band had already offered. There is more dancing. More singing. And before the lights come on, a general feeling of camaraderie and well-being.

Heading for home, it seems like anything is going to come our way. So get ready West Coast. Watching the tide roll away, it looks like nothing has changed. That everything’s going to be the same.

I certainly hope so.

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Comments

, comment by Xeyed_and_Phinless
Xeyed_and_Phinless Good review. As the rest of the tour, set 1's have been a nice warm up (while it's daylight) and the set 2's seem to bring the fire. Last night was no different - good show with new tunes thrown in the mix. I'll have to relisten again but so far night 2 at wrigley has my vote for best show to date (especially set 2) but if these boys have proved anything to me over the years, I am sure we are in for some great performances yet to come this summer. Keep up the great work Trey, Mike, Page & John.
, comment by whatstheuse324
whatstheuse324 I feel like Kuroda is really getting a handle on the new LED lights. The fireworks/confetti effects used at the peak of Birds of a Feather and Slave in conjunction with the regular lights made some amazing visual combinations. Very impressive.
, comment by Dressed_In_Gray
Dressed_In_Gray Solid review of a surprisingly excellent show. The Breath&Burning/Timber/Slave/YEM portion was particularly strong.

Definitely on the re-listen list.
, comment by sammcmullan
sammcmullan Last night was my first Phish concert. It was incredible, but I was extremely unprepared. I didnt know many of the songs, I will willingly admit, and I could only sing along to "Fuego". Hopefully, next time I see them, I will be ready.

Also, this was my first time witnessing the Phish community. What an awesome group of people, and a sense of community. Can't wait to become a part of it once I know more :)
, comment by shaunfunk
shaunfunk The band seemed to build momentum through the end of the show. I used to feel like the 3.0 second sets got broken up and didn't always flow, kind of like the show had 4 quarters instead of 2 halves. Last night the second set just got better and better and better and then. Worst part of the show was when it ended. ;)
, comment by hdorne
hdorne @sammcmullan said:
Last night was my first Phish concert. It was incredible, but I was extremely unprepared. I didnt know many of the songs, I will willingly admit, and I could only sing along to "Fuego". Hopefully, next time I see them, I will be ready.

Also, this was my first time witnessing the Phish community. What an awesome group of people, and a sense of community. Can't wait to become a part of it once I know more :)
No need to know all the songs yet. My first show was almost 13 years ago and I'm still not sure I know *all* the songs yet. I remember asking people what songs were played during setbreak and worrying that they would blow me off, but they were friendly and welcoming. I try to keep that spirit alive. Welcome to the community! Glad you had fun at your first show.
, comment by JohnnyC436
JohnnyC436 Great energy. I was thrilled to be at this show last night. Did anyone else pick up on the Mind Left Body theme during the Breath and Burning jam from about the 7:00 mark until the 8:50 mark?
, comment by SolarGarlic505
SolarGarlic505 @sammcmullan said:
Last night was my first Phish concert. It was incredible, but I was extremely unprepared. I didnt know many of the songs, I will willingly admit, and I could only sing along to "Fuego". Hopefully, next time I see them, I will be ready.

Also, this was my first time witnessing the Phish community. What an awesome group of people, and a sense of community. Can't wait to become a part of it once I know more :)
Welcome to the community Sam! Glad you had a blast at your first show and cheers to many more :) You'll pick up on the songs and such as time goes on. Two pieces of advice my phriend, surrender to the phlow . . . . and, whatever you do, take care of your shoes!
, comment by Real_out_casty
Real_out_casty "Certainly a step up from the previous first sets of tour so far." I stopped reading this review after this absurdity. I understand we all have our opinions and the many contributing factors that shape them, but this is readicculus. Sunday was show #120 for me and I'm hard pressed to find a better 1st set. So I'm skeptical. Admittedly, I haven't listened to all of Mann1 yet, I would put 6/22 & 6/26 set I's above this set I. I'm not trying to discredit any, just wanted to give more credit to the previous shows. What is great though, I've heard or read reviews from people whose opinions I respect and they all have a different show being "the best" so far. Our experiences are circumstantial, but Phish is on a level now unlike anything I've seen. It is known. Sorry, just my 2 cents, now I can finish reading.
, comment by lumpblockclod
lumpblockclod @Real_out_casty said:
"Certainly a step up from the previous first sets of tour so far." I stopped reading this review after this absurdity. I understand we all have our opinions and the many contributing factors that shape them, but this is readicculus. Sunday was show #120 for me and I'm hard pressed to find a better 1st set. So I'm skeptical. Admittedly, I haven't listened to all of Mann1 yet, I would put 6/22 & 6/26 set I's above this set I. I'm not trying to discredit any, just wanted to give more credit to the previous shows. What is great though, I've heard or read reviews from people whose opinions I respect and they all have a different show being "the best" so far. Our experiences are circumstantial, but Phish is on a level now unlike anything I've seen. It is known. Sorry, just my 2 cents, now I can finish reading.
So, I clicked on your list of shows and all I can say is I'm simply dumbfounded at your statement that you'd be hard pressed to find a better first set than Sunday. But, hey, to each their own...
, comment by lumpblockclod
lumpblockclod Also, great review, Dianna!
, comment by PhishPhan4life
PhishPhan4life Good review but I don't understand the "so much for no covers". They have played many covers including dear prudence, I am the walrus, boogie on, 2001, space oddity and Quinn just off the top of my head. Anyway, I really enjoyed this show from in front of the computer.
, comment by Forbins1978
Forbins1978 Have to say I was pretty pleased with Wrigley > Deer Creek. What I heard from last night was fantastic.
, comment by ShawnCuse
ShawnCuse Seeing how much fun they're having on stage makes each set and each song extremely gratifying. I also agree that this was the most cohesive show thus far. But that's only my opinion. I look forward to Syracuse when I can see them. They'll be really locked in by then. I loved the Gumbo last night. Page's clavinet ending was a great surprise. I miss the jammed out versions from 97-99. I'm really excited about how tight the boys sound. Tour is rolling along nicely so for and will get better each night!
, comment by Dignholesnconcrete
Dignholesnconcrete All I can say is that Phish has overwhelmed me with how they keep making believe that I still want and forever be a fan!! Second set second night at Wrigley is arguably my favorite set ever!! They seamlessly blended song after song together :) YES is the answer to how I'm feeling!!! Thank you to the band. Keep on keeping on❤️
, comment by FACTSAREUSELESS
FACTSAREUSELESS I'm impressed with the flow the band is achieving and also the tightness of their playing. Not so concerned with wild tripped-out jams at this point. They don't tour enough to achieve that all the time.

What I am thrilled with is their cohesiveness. I remember the sloppiness of 2014 and the complaints we all heard (and uttered) about set flow issues as they incorporated new stuff.

On this tour they are incorporating lots of new stuff and it's, well, it's not seamless, but it's good. They have put some work into preparing for this tour, that's obvious.

Overall, at this point in their career, to have this band playing as well as they are and having fun doing it is beyond anyone's reasonable expectations. I keep thinking back to the Dead of the mid-late-90's, with their six-song first sets and 4 minutes between songs only to be treated to an uninspired and moribund version of Row Jimmy, and we couldn't have it any better.
, comment by FACTSAREUSELESS
FACTSAREUSELESS Pardon me...I meant late 80's to mid 90's, technically, but who cares, right?
, comment by chefbrett
chefbrett @lumpblockclod said:
@Real_out_casty said:
"Certainly a step up from the previous first sets of tour so far." I stopped reading this review after this absurdity. I understand we all have our opinions and the many contributing factors that shape them, but this is readicculus. Sunday was show #120 for me and I'm hard pressed to find a better 1st set. So I'm skeptical. Admittedly, I haven't listened to all of Mann1 yet, I would put 6/22 & 6/26 set I's above this set I. I'm not trying to discredit any, just wanted to give more credit to the previous shows. What is great though, I've heard or read reviews from people whose opinions I respect and they all have a different show being "the best" so far. Our experiences are circumstantial, but Phish is on a level now unlike anything I've seen. It is known. Sorry, just my 2 cents, now I can finish reading.
So, I clicked on your list of shows and all I can say is I'm simply dumbfounded at your statement that you'd be hard pressed to find a better first set than Sunday. But, hey, to each their own...
Seriously. That guy was at 10/31/94 which features all- time best versions of two of Phish's best songs. Maybe he just doesn't remember.
, comment by hdorne
hdorne @FACTSAREUSELESS said:
I'm impressed with the flow the band is achieving and also the tightness of their playing. Not so concerned with wild tripped-out jams at this point. They don't tour enough to achieve that all the time.

What I am thrilled with is their cohesiveness. I remember the sloppiness of 2014 and the complaints we all heard (and uttered) about set flow issues as they incorporated new stuff.

On this tour they are incorporating lots of new stuff and it's, well, it's not seamless, but it's good. They have put some work into preparing for this tour, that's obvious.

Overall, at this point in their career, to have this band playing as well as they are and having fun doing it is beyond anyone's reasonable expectations. I keep thinking back to the Dead of the mid-late-90's, with their six-song first sets and 4 minutes between songs only to be treated to an uninspired and moribund version of Row Jimmy, and we couldn't have it any better.
Yup. I honestly can't think of another instance where a band has come back from the brink of destruction and not only stayed together but continued to constantly write new music and innovate. I honestly thought Trey might die back in 2004. It was horrible to watch. But look at them now. Happy, healthy, and pushing their creative energy in new directions all the time. We are so lucky.
, comment by Piper72
Piper72 Thanks for the review, Dianna. I kinda wish you had elaborated more on how Phish "showed up to their own tour" during this show, because after listening on the LivePhish app, I agree. It's not like they were "phoning it in" at all up to this show - there are many highlights: a LOT of bustouts, better vocal harmonies, solid attention to old arrangements, debuts, even some Type II/4th phase action - but just an overall lack of cohesiveness. It could be a number of factors: the band getting used to the new lights (which move lightning quick and have so many different variations), their pared-down touring schedule, maybe changes in sound equipment of personnel, or the overall attunement and attentiveness of the band members - in particular Trey, and not saying to make him scapegoat, but as de facto bandleader and barometer of the band's energy level, performances can really fluctuate depending on his condition.
Not Mann 1 Set 2 tho. At some point during the Fuego (a nice nod to the 7/8 Mann Fuego, intended or not), the band just CAME ALIVE and were firing on all cylinders, and did not stop until "Quinn". I was driving listening to it and I felt the change. It instantly improved my mood and traffic seemed to just disappear! It was profound.
I was at Xcel and Klipsch (Deer Creek) and did not hear the band "lock in" quite like this. Wrigley Night 2 was closer to this. The tour's been good, but if they keep bringing the fire like at Mann the first night, it'll be MONSTER. And I know it will.
, comment by hdorne
hdorne Dinosaur Jr. That's another band that did the reunion thing right. Two of the best records they ever made (Beyond and Farm) were reunion records.
, comment by Piper72
Piper72 Disclaimer: I am listening to Mann 2 now so I may need to revise my opinions later...:-)
, comment by Slice
Slice Glad you pheel Phish has just shown up to their own tour. To each their own, but I've had a smile on my face, chills down my spine and funky grooves in my ears since the first note in St. Paul. I'm happy not to be one of these pretentious vultures who is constantly unsatisfied. Be grateful.
, comment by MOstGhoSt
MOstGhoSt this was my first visit to the Mann. - i attended tuesday and wednesday and loved loved every moment of these concerts. both nights felt very cohesive musically.

may we take a moment to recall and appreciate the fact that on tuesday at 6pm - despite a severe storm and lightning warning, the skies remained clear and the clouds passed. the door opening was delayed - then only pavillion ticket holders could go inside ( due to concerns about lightning ) those of us with lawn and terrace tickets waited about to see what would happen knowing we might miss something. "all is well that ends well"

cheers to the sudden clear skies and the uninterupted sets that followed. and everyone i saw around me was really happy. beautiful audience. families with smalll children are all about the lawn. just calm happiness all around.

IMO both sets reflected the venue so precisely. this is a reason i agree with dianna that the Mann concert is unique from the first four concerts of this summer's tour. the Mann being a center of performing arts rather than for example a sports stadium. the artistic aesthetic encompasses the entirety of the space from the grassy lawn and trees in the lot to the statues and fountains. there is a phenomenal panaramic view of philly in the background inside the venue. and the wood shed pavillion enclosure is plain exquisite.

so - a mid week concert - not far from nyc - tuesday and wednesday nights in a performing arts center. it is not like a party night. - this is formula, some serious space for experimentation and it seemed the band was rightly situated in an artistic comfort zone.

the bluegrass felt really right in the early evening light of half light

in the second set
my friend and i noted that jiboo was a treat and in the jam seemed to morph into not jibboo which is such a sweet stretch for a song with such a precise and recognizable riff over rhythm. the return to the familer jibboo sound in conclusion was tight.

breath and burning was interesting. very very interesting jam that one. i hope the band continues to stretch it out. i recall noting at the time, this is a very interesting moment tonight.
( one secret i will tell - when the band is seeming to perform a ballad, people start shuffling off to the rr and the beer places and such - this makes more room for those of us who just want to dance. so now i am looking forward to the next time hearing breath and burning live - hoping the jam extends further. - don't tell anyone that secret )

this was a phenomenal night and philly was all cool about it. the tempartures, mild and breezy for june in philly where it is usually much hotter. all in all - all conditions were primed for musical bliss for everyone involved.

nice review dianna and i hope we get to hear more from you in the future. happy 100th!

-moSTgHost
, comment by Piper72
Piper72 @Piper72 said:
Disclaimer: I am listening to Mann 2 now so I may need to revise my opinions later...:-)
AAAND another great set 2!! Prudence/Hood encore for the win, in all its Univibe/Synth/Cactus Bomb glory.
, comment by GAphishin
GAphishin The Mann, Eh?!

Holy Moly did this band find their footing and make my heart race with joy at listening to this! I have been away on summer holiday for many a tour-beginnings since 2009 (fortunately, in their once-thought-for-sure-they would never come back after 2004, I got a job that allows me to leave and play and live outside of tour), and never look at set lists until I listen to each show in their entirety. So it is tonight (July 7th) that I finally listened to this glorious show! I was so inspired! So happy to hear the band's ability to reunion on stage in a way that was a band more than each one of them getting on each other's cycle again. Through my terrible grammar, I just want to say that this show was what I have been waiting for!

Set I brought so many lovely moments with a great list of songs that made a set I phenomenal. I loved "Things people do." I have been waiting for a new bluegrass influenced song! And a Page song at that. SOAM > Oh Kee Pa > Suzy! C'mon! Oh Kee Pa into Suzy! I have been waiting for a return to the good old days for a while! It was a wondrous way to end the set.
SMILES!

Second set...uh, well I suppose I should just note what I wrote while I told the story of my day trapsing through the Trebusca valley of Slovenia finding incredible pools of water to swim in and then come home to listen:
Fuego - Mike's incredible bass play in the racing scene!
Runaway Jim - Grand and clean and alive!
Jibbo!- a little crumbly towards the end of the lyrics, but slams into cool waters of a first jam holding close to Jiboo-ness. Traverses into glorious trickling between Trey and Page
-a satellite flies by in all the stars and opens back into Jiboo! Gotta Jibboo!
Breath & Burning - Like it followed the gorge. perfect and loblolly! Taking this song into the darker forests so early in its life.
Timber Jerry-comes sneaking in the backstage door. Mean and surly! Great version!
Slave - WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
YEM - One cannot deny they have found purchase in the soil of 2016! Glorious! Fishman's solo after getting to Firenze into Lumina? or is it Mike? Incredible!
Quinn the Eskimo - Got Here! Everyone is JUMPING FOR JOY!

You are not my English Grammar teacher. I know I suck tonight at writing. I love this band! I love Tour! I love that the Mann was the Man!
, comment by Real_out_casty
Real_out_casty @lumpblockclod said:
@Real_out_casty said: [quote]"Certainly a step up from the previous first sets of tour so far." I stopped reading this review after this absurdity. I understand we all have our opinions and the many contributing factors that shape them, but this is readicculus. Sunday was show #120 for me and I'm hard pressed to find a better 1st set. So I'm skeptical. Admittedly, I haven't listened to all of Mann1 yet, I would put 6/22 & 6/26 set I's above this set I. I'm not trying to discredit any, just wanted to give more credit to the previous shows. What is great though, I've heard or read reviews from people whose opinions I respect and they all have a different show being "the best" so far. Our experiences are circumstantial, but Phish is on a level now unlike anything I've seen. It is known. Sorry, just my 2 cents, now I can finish reading.
So, I clicked on your list of shows and all I can say is I'm simply dumbfounded at your statement that you'd be hard pressed to find a better first set than Sunday. But, hey, to each their own...[/quote Yeah, sorry, my point was not written well. The shows mention was to say I've been around a while. But I should've been more clear, saying instead hard to find a better one in this era. I don't compare shows now to back then. They were a totally different band. Curious, which 2 songs do you say are all time? Reba? Pua? Dvdsky? Julius? any way you'd say, I'd disagree with best ever. I was pretty burned out at that time and I dosed too hard, 10 strip
, comment by gcbspender
gcbspender This review hurt my Brain as something must have happened to the original post since it was posted. I am a bit behind and just now listening to the 1st Mann show, so decided to check out the review. The interior paragraphs weren't making sense to what I had just listened to in the car this morning. It looks like it has been replaced with a review from the Syracuse show from 7/10/16.

Someone might want to fix that.

Thanks, long time reader and even longer listener!
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