, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger Truly the best of both worlds. Gritty, dark, and nasty jamming in the first half breaks free into a soaring, euphoric second-half jam with Trey's joyous guitar leads setting the audiences' soul free. This is as good as it gets in 3.0. When combined with the Prince Caspian jam that follows, you've stumbled upon the most powerful statement Phish has made since Nassau 2003.
, comment by SidewayJill
SidewayJill Has a really dark section that sets my soul on fire. Love this tweezer and the following caspian.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I can only imagine how much more we'd love this jam if it wasn't immediately preceded by that other jam everyone loves so much. Punchy nastiness for the first half of the jam, then a soaring reprise of the first (and best) jam segment of the Randall's CDT, pushed to an even more intense level than that famous jam. I think even the most stone-hearted Pharaohs of 3.0 deniers would have a hard time turning their back to this puppy.
, comment by CreatureoftheNight
CreatureoftheNight This is pure magic! My soul soars starting around the 12 minute mark and along with the 46 Days form earlier in the set, this is some of my favorite music of the entire summer. 13:30 brings the hose for me. I remember everyone in a 360 around me with HUGE smiles during this section. This is why I listen to Phish. Pure inspiration flowing effortlessly through the band back out to the universe that created it. It didn't take too much convincing to change this version to highly recommended status!

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