|2003-07-15||West Valley City, UT||30:09||Phish debut opens Set II. This improvisational version begins with 12 minutes of varied "Type I" jamming before breaking into several quality grooves, including upbeat swinging and near euphoria. After settling, the jam launches into a series of mini segues beginning with "Low Rider."|
|2003-07-15||West Valley City, UT||5:18||> in from "BBFCFM" to return home and complete this epic jam and segue-fest.|
|2017-07-19||Pittsburgh, PA||21:19||Busted out after a 380 show absence, Phish goes 2 for 2 on delivering the goods with this TAB standby. The jam quickly goes "Type II" and features bliss jamming aplenty as well as some new synth sounds from Page.|
|2017-07-26||New York, NY||13:38||Surprising -> out of a great "Carini". A fiery minor key jam develops out of the verses, and Page takes control on the keys as Trey fires off echo-laden notes. They pivot nicely into a new key, where Mike really impresses and Fish pushes the tempo up a gear as Trey plays around with the "Mr. Completely" theme and leads the band into an anthemic finale. A high-spirited, energetic good time, with a > into an even more surprising "1999".|
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