Run Like an Antelope

, comment by n00b100
n00b100 A busy, *intense* version, the sort of wicked version you'd expect if you subscribe to the theory that Phish plays Antelope when they want to cap off sets they're particularly chuffed with (and 10/20/10 I would certainly qualify). The go-baby-go regular Antelope jam is exciting as hell, the dive into the abyss is particularly inspired, and they peak as well as they ever do in 3.0 - and the Guyute callback is just the cherry on top. It's rare that Antelope is the highlight of a set, but even in a set replete with highlights, that is most certainly the case here.

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