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FACTSAREUSELESS @nichobert said:
Hm. Some people hear Ocelot.. I understand it, but seems way more Roggae.

That C&P jams like the antithesis of what makes Phish 3.0 so stellar, at least from 2011 onwards. A whole lot of searching for something - anything- to latch on to. And then when they find something awesome at the end (Roggecelot Jed?) they drop it promptly.

Its the Bangor to the Bozeman of the other big Crosseyed. The former a jumbled mess, the latter an intricate dance where you change partners and relative gravity a few times.
Nah. Just listened to it again after your post.....definitely Ocelot. However, somewhere between the 15:30 and 16:00 mark, Fish starts the Roggae drum pattern. Think you latched onto that, so I hear your point. But then Mike starts the Ocelot bass line (in slow motion) and stays with it.

Will say that I heard elements of Twist at just past 15:00 minutes, so not as shocking upon closer inspection. Don't agree that the jam was meandering and unfocused. Think Trey knew just what he was doing, honestly.

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