Tube

, comment by SidewayJill , attached to 2016-10-31
SidewayJill Jamming Tube. Always love a good tube.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2016-07-23
n00b100 If you've ever seen Tube live (as I had before this show), you will know that Trey will turn to Fish and give him the nod when it's time to go into the bluesy stomp that heralds the last verse of the song. Well, I witnessed this version live, and I waited for Trey to turn to Fish...and I waited...and I waited...and I waited...and the jam was building and building...and then GOOD GOD WHAT A PEAK...and only then did Trey turn to Fish and give the nod, his mission accomplished. One of my most treasured live moments, and a true classic Tube.
, comment by Woahwoah , attached to 2016-07-23
Woahwoah Everyone's always like, "I hope they jam this Tube like they used to." Well, tonight they did.
, comment by fhqwhgads , attached to 2009-06-18
fhqwhgads This is one of the best Tubes of 3.0, IMO.
, comment by Phish420Phan420 , attached to 2003-02-22
Phish420Phan420 my favorite tube...check it out!!!
, comment by MiguelSanchez , attached to 2000-07-12
MiguelSanchez I hated the mini keyboard, but I LOVE this jam.
, comment by MiguelSanchez , attached to 2000-07-12
MiguelSanchez I hated the mini keyboard, but I LOVE this jam.
, comment by Commander_Riker , attached to 1999-07-17
Commander_Riker The melody line and guitar tone that Trey comes up with in the lead section is nothing short of genius.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 1997-12-07
n00b100 Tube was one of those songs that truly benefited from the Great Funk Revolution, as its breakdown was always more suited to the skittering minimalist treatment than the explosive rock of the mid-90s. This is the first truly great Tube, and maybe still the best, especially the vicious Tube Jam that follows the song proper (the fact that they busted into the jam at all shows how psyched they were about the funkiness presented). Super segue into Slave, as well. A personal favorite.


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