Boogie On Reggae Woman

, comment by brains481 , attached to 2012-06-07
brains481 This Boogie On's gonna fuck your face 'cause it knows how to scream.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2004-06-26
n00b100 God, I love this jam. A superb combination of the kind of burbling funk we often get in Boogie On and just extraordinary fire-breathing hose jamming, with that odd 2.0 guitar tone really adding an extra edge to the proceedings. 6/26/04 II is a sleeper great set, and this -> Ghost is one of the reasons why 2004 deserves a second chance if you've dismissed it outright.
, comment by kipmat , attached to 1999-09-18
kipmat One of my all-time favorite jams, and probably the one I've listened to the most over the years. I always liked the apparent delineation between the Type 1 jam and Type 2 jam, which occurs at the false ending. The way the jam takes off causes me to imagine the entire crowd lifting off the ground in "mass levitation", a term I specifically relate to Phish jams from 1999-2000. Trey doesn't nail the peak like he does during the 7/10/99 Chalkdust or the 9/14/99 AC/DC Bag, but it still works for me. And the funky breakdown jams at the end top it all off like a nice glass of wine after a delicious meal. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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