|1999-09-10||Jibboo||George, WA||8:02||Phish Debut. Shorter, but the jam section has a nice rolling feel to it.|
|1999-09-22||Jibboo||Las Cruces, NM||11:04||A great, upbeat groove develops in the jam section, with Page and Trey very dialed in to each other. The celebratory finale is icing on the cake.|
|2000-06-15||Jibboo||Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan||11:44||While often tough to measure one version of "Jibboo" against another, such is not the case with this surprisingly deft encore. Here, silky smooth textures and a great groove are only part of the equation, providing the perfect foundation for Trey's ethereal and measured soloing, which, with its warm and subdued tone, invokes a Gin-like sound and incites terrific full-band play.|
|2000-07-04||Jibboo||Camden, NJ||28:40||Epic, must-hear version. Begins in typical "Jibboo" jam mode, but quickly migrates to an uplifting, rocking groove. Then it shifts to '00 space funk. From there the jam grows increasingly rythmic and upbeat, although dissonance and tension eventually replace this celebratory sense. -> to "Saw It Again."|
|2003-02-20||Jibboo||Rosemont, IL||19:27||At about 10:00, the jam breaks out of normal "Jibboo" mode into a very upbeat and rocking groove. The jam shifts again at 12:45 turning punchy and funky. Eventually gets back to "Jibboo" proper, but in a high powered and peaking manner.|
|2003-07-29||Jibboo||Burgettstown, PA||11:36||One of the best "Type I" versions with great Trey and Page interplay, an energized but not rocking feel, and a gradually peaking crescendo.|
|2003-12-28||Jibboo||Miami, FL||13:04||A much more rocking jam section than most versions. Some excellent and nimble playing by Trey, but by the end all four are hammering away.|
|2004-08-14||Jibboo||Coventry, VT||15:23||-> in from "Runaway Jim." Awesome "Type II" version. The jam breaks almost immediately from standard fare into a multi-part and far ranging exploration. Yet another overlooked Coventry gem. Must-hear.|
|2009-12-29||Jibboo||Miami, FL||11:36||Great bubbly version with a > to "Wilson," -> back to "Jibboo," and -> to "Heavy Things."|
|2009-12-29||Jibboo||Miami, FL||1:41||-> in from "Wilson" to complete this version. -> to "Heavy Things."|
|2017-08-05||Jibboo||New York, NY||12:23||A concerted effort in patience and measure pays off handsomely with an especially sweet peak.|
|2017-12-31||Jibboo||New York, NY||14:58||Things get funky around 6:40 when Trey takes on a rhythmic role and Page hops on the clav, then the jam modulates keys and grows more exuberant en route to a fabulous finish.|
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