You Enjoy Myself

, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I'm so glad that @FunkyCFunkyDo and @CameToPlay, two of my favorite Phish talkers on this board, have gone to bat for this baby. I called it "grimy and patient" in my review, and I think that still works (I didn't even get into the interplay Funky speaks of above). One of the finest versions of the era, maybe a notch or two below The Big One of 3.0 (11/2/14, of course).
, comment by FunkyCFunkyDo
FunkyCFunkyDo If you're a fan of "interplay" this version is for you. Talk about a musical conversation. Page and Trey are going at it, Trey and Mike are going at it, Fish and Mike are going at it, Fish and Trey are going at it. Some serious improvisational prowess is on display with this version. I really can't get enough of Mike and Trey's back-and-forth towards the end of the jam... especially when Trey is hitting those ascending high notes in response to Mike's plinko bombing. There are so many interesting little segments in this one. I listen to it very regularly and it always brings a hue smile to my face and inciters a huge dance party in my living room.
, comment by CameToPlay
CameToPlay Very "danceable" and fun. Even though the end jam is a good 6 minutes, you kind of just want it to keep going because it grooves so nicely. I felt it was a way to celebrate a great show and give something back to the audience. I've listened to the rest of the 2013 versions and I think it is the best of the year.
 
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