Jam Chart for shows in the city of Charlottesville, VA (14 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1991-02-21 Bowie Charlottesville, VA 12:52 Jam begins with heavy "Manteca"-like jamming, then grows extremely shrill and dissonant.
1991-07-24 YEM Charlottesville, VA 17:04 With the Giant Country Horns! "Wilson" teasing from Mike.
1991-07-24 Possum Charlottesville, VA 8:03 Different intro, different sort of jam. In other words, another solid '91 "Possum."
1992-03-25 It's Ice Charlottesville, VA 9:05 Nice swinging groove on this jam. "Call To The Post" tease by Page.
1992-03-25 Reba Charlottesville, VA 11:31 Yet again, Trey reigns supreme, locking in on another great theme. Totally in control, he deftly adds to this motif an array of surprising riffs, a sprinkling of sparkling notes, and the perfect blend of intensity. This strong playing bleeds into, and through, a soaring peak.
1992-03-25 YEM Charlottesville, VA 17:01 Mike funks up the house. -> to "Setting Sail" in the vocal jam.
1992-03-25 Setting Sail Charlottesville, VA 0:57 -> in from "YEM." Fish sings the "Setting Sail" lyrics while the others continue the "YEM" vocal jam.
1992-07-15 SOAMelt Charlottesville, VA 8:45 Awesome "Type I" version proves "SOAM" doesn't have to leave the song structure to be electrifying and riveting.
1992-07-15 Antelope Charlottesville, VA 11:09 Awesome ripper of a jam with great tension and release, then tension and dissonance reloading.
1992-07-15 Stash Charlottesville, VA 9:42 Excellent straightforward "Stash" with great playing by Trey.
1992-07-15 Hood Charlottesville, VA 12:12 The jam begins in an exhilarating and surprisingly gentle and graceful manner for '92, but consistent with the year, Trey kicks into high gear and rips the ending.
1994-10-27 Divided Charlottesville, VA 16:00 Quite possibly the most dynamic, super-charged version ever performed, which also includes an All Fall Down signal during the "pause." Must-hear material.
1994-10-27 Tweezer Charlottesville, VA 12:14 Very rough in parts, but Trey hits on a pretty cool theme for a minute or two in the jam.
1994-10-27 Tweeprise Charlottesville, VA 4:56 Magnificent, extended version as Trey leads the band to finish precisely at curfew. If you've not heard this, you haven't heard the SICKEST in Phish history.
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
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