@justino said:Sounds like the type of logic implemented by that short, bald guy from The Princess Bride when trying to decide which cup held the poison. The fact that I am still trying to figure out these jams is INCONCEIVABLE!@ucpete said:Classic MJMer behavior:A little clarification on the note above, as it's causing some problems for folks - for one of these clips, there's a discrepancy in how LivePhish, Phish.in, and Phish.net denote the section of interest.I'm just happy that I found a show the meets these criteria. I mean, it's the wrong one, but I found something!
LivePhish.com presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the end of Song A.
Phish.in presents the setlist as Song A -> Song C also, and if you're searching for the section there, you'll find it near the beginning of Song C.
Phish.net presents the setlist as Song A -> Song B -> Song C, and the setlist implies that the relevant section falls at the end of Song B.
Songs A, B, and C are regular song titles - we aren't dealing with a "Fukuoka Jam," or a "Plasma Reprise," or a "Jam", etc. It's just a somewhat subjective call as to which song is being played in the middle of an improvisational segment. Think 12/29/18's "Wolfman's Brother" (-> "Party Time" -> "Wolfman's Brother") – depending on where you look, you may get a different setlist.
In terms of the answer, Song A, Song B, or Song C (or some combination of them) will all be accepted as correct, but in terms of the theme that connects it with the previous track, only Song C makes sense. (I would have just skipped this section altogether but I didn't notice the setlist discrepancies until after I had constructed and uploaded the puzzle - my bad!)
"Pete's laughing at us right now and he's making all this shit up, it's got to be Ha Ha Ha > Fuck Your Face"
"I know, I'll use Pete's overkill clarifications as search criteria!"
"Is the theme 'Jams from shows where the LivePhish and phish.net setlists have discrepancies'??"
"I should remove the letters A, B, and C from Pete's comment and read it again, backwards"
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