Bathtub Gin

, comment by DriedupGoliath
DriedupGoliath The last three to four minutes of this jam are jaw dropping. Just pure and exultant hose. One of my favorite jams of 2015. Page's piano lines in the peak are heavenly.
, comment by GoonieBuff
GoonieBuff I want to start with this: I'm not a big fan of Gin. I've seen it live more times than any other song, and I'm usually less than excited when it inevitably finds it's way into the setlist. However, this Gin was different. This Gin has a great funky vocal jam and it heads into a semi-blissful direction. I've listened to this great jam more times than any other jam from all of the great 2015 shows. Easily my favorite Gin of 3.0.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 An absolutely killer grab-on-for-dear-life groove that caps off Bathtub Gin's finest year since 2003, the sort of jam that arose once in a while in Phish's first two incarnations and is practically the maker's mark of Phish in this incarnation. It remains to be seen - as of this writing - whether 2015 is to Gin what the first half of 2014 was for Fuego (a false dawn for the jam hounds), or what 2013 was for Chalk Dust Torture (the first signs of a song morphing into a dependable jam vehicle; of course, for Gin it would be *re-morphing* into a jam vehicle), but whichever one it is, it's hard to argue with two jams as strong as this one and the Magnaball Gin.

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