Limb By Limb

, comment by Thisrozeisntfree
Thisrozeisntfree Where's the yellow !!! Deffintely agree above .. Also thought it should have man that top jams blog from the summer and got strong support then too .... This deserves to yellow... It's a truly gnarly type two jam !
, comment by skillz
skillz @gBasgaard said:
I think this deserves a bit of the yellow highlighting to be quite honest.
Definitely deserves it
, comment by gBasgaard
gBasgaard I think this deserves a bit of the yellow highlighting to be quite honest.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 Much thanks to Rob Mitchum, @phishcrit on Twitter, for throwing this out there - Phish has played enough music in their touring career that it's hard for them to surprise us (as you'd expect, given how many styles of playing they've covered), and it's almost always worth listening when they play something that actually does. And this nutso LxL, which neatly slides from an interesting, driving upbeat jam into something darker before Fish starts tap-tap-tapping away on his woodblock and everyone else plays the most off-kilter chords and notes they can think of, most certainly qualifies. Seriously, the last 4 minutes of this jam are demented genius, the sort of jam segment that not only would seamlessly fit into a 1994 jam, but would be considered the highlight of said 1994 jam. Even when Trey tries to bring things back into the land of what we'd reasonably consider actual music, there's still enough magic for the band to come to a neat close before transitioning into a superbly placed Winterqueen. If this isn't still one of 2014's top highlights when the year ends, then a lot of socks will have been blown off come NYE.

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