, comment by ProfJibboo
ProfJibboo There have been longer jams, there have been higher peaks, there have been more intense versions, but when someone asks me what my favorite Phish jam is, this is it. Start to finish happiness. Constantly upbeat, dance-able playing that makes you lose awareness of time and space around you. Always moving with direction, never a dull moment. A true masterpiece.
, comment by TheEmu
TheEmu This may be my favorite Phish jam ever. Maybe...there are other ones that I love (11/22/97 Halley's, 11/22/94 Bitch, 8/16/93 Reba). But this jam is, more or less, fucking perfect.
, comment by i_am_spaghetti
i_am_spaghetti Such amazing interplay between Trey and page leading into the playfully bouncing lick Trey's rides starting around 8:30. Too much fun this one.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I would have probably gone red with the AC version over this one, but there's certainly nothing wrong with opining that this is the finer version. It's certainly one of the most outright *fun* jams they've ever played, the sort of jam you can call "larger than life" without too much hyperbole. Page's work alone will put a big dumb grin on your face for hours and hours.

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