Chalk Dust Torture

, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger Best jam of 3.0 period. 2015 included. My opinion of course. Any other choice?
, comment by MrMiners
MrMiners I think it's a top 5 phish jam of all's perfect.
, comment by moonshinefunk
moonshinefunk I'd say this should be listed as a key version of CTD. Definitely above the IT version, which got boring at times.
, comment by nichobert
nichobert Well the best of 3.0 has to be the best ever.. Right?..... I love Camden 99 and all, but I think I like Camden 10 more, and they've topped that a handful of times
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 Imagine if the IT Chalk Dust was given a haircut, a hot bath, and dressed up in a Brooks Brothers 3-piece, and you have the Randall's Chalk Dust, a 28-minute improvisational journey that may not have the peak of the other two Big Time Jams from this show but does everything else exceedingly well. You won't even notice the time flying by, as the band leaps from idea to idea with the excited fervor of 1994, but with the fluidity and grace that marks 3.0's best jams - upbeat jamming, dives into darkness, the hilarious LxL/2nd Mike's jam tease, off-kilter plinko-esque weirdness, and buzzing semi-hose to take us out. A benchmark jam, the best CDT of 3.0 (ever???) to date, and the first of a devastating 1-2-3 punch.

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