@FunkyCFunkyDo said:4.29.94 FeeYeah, I knew that 2.14.03 Fee right away. To me, that segment of Fee -> Taste, Bathtub Gin is one of Phish's career best 40-minute stretches of music, no hyperbole.
Both are Fee.
The latter features a beautifully woven, hypnotic jam, which flows seamlessly into a thundering and explosive Taste. Which then sets up, perhaps, the most celebratory and inspirational jam Phish has ever performed: 2.14.03 Bathtub Gin.
The other jam, though, took me on a wild goose chase. My thought process looked something like this: "Since one jam is Fee, the other one can't be Fee, too obvious -> SOAM? No, can't be SOAM, too obvious -> maybe it's a Fee fakeout -> Flat Fee! -> No, Flat Fee sounds nothing like that -> Maybe, FREE -> no, this jam sounds 93/94 to me, Free didn't exist then -> hmmm, so maybe it is a Fee..." Then I listened to some outro jams from 93/94 Fees and found it.
So you knew the '03 Fee right away? 1st one wasn't too bad but I didn't even bother on the 2nd. Curious what the hint would have been.
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