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Jacculus Thanks for your breakdown of Leg 1. I always enjoy hearing examinations from those who have seen the band perform live early in their career and can offer first-hand historical comparisons.

My one question for all Phish historians/aficionados is this: When, if ever, will we begin truly appreciating the band's "3.0" style of staccato/plinko style jamming in relation to other era's lauded styles i.e. the fast paced jazz of the early 90's, the psychedelic rock of the mid 90's, the funk of '97-'98, and the ambient jams of the late 90's?? Just seems most fans spend more time beefing about aborted jams, sloppy segues, and poor set flow than raving about this completely original AND new style of jamming that has sprung forth and grown since their return in '09.

I think (and hope) as time goes on we'll all grow to appreciate it like we do the other styles. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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