|1997-11-14||Gumbo||West Valley City, UT||11:04||Quickly breaks down into a Mike-led "cow funk" jam, that eventually dissipates into quiet ambiance and delay loops. Welcome to Fall '97.|
|1997-11-14||2001||West Valley City, UT||12:26||"FEFY" dissolves into a gorgeous intro. "C&P"-like second jam features one of the coolest Mike basslines of any version.|
|1997-11-14||Wolfman's||West Valley City, UT||14:25||The post-funk release is not your typical "feel good" rocking crescendo, but a quiet transition into minor mode darkness before subtly switching to major mode and -> to "Piper."|
|1997-11-14||Twist||West Valley City, UT||15:58||> in from "Piper." The jam starts off typically, but soon morphs into a swirling and dissonant beast. An extended Trey solo follows this section and > to an epic "Slave To The Traffic Light."|
|1997-11-14||Slave||West Valley City, UT||14:54||Epic, long version that works very well. Impeccably well-played. Here, the journey, rather than the ending, is what really counts (although the ending is pretty spectacular, too).|
|1998-11-02||Tube||West Valley City, UT||14:00||A good mix of funk and ambient elements in the first jam, but the jam reprise is where the band really shows their jamming acumen. Beginning with a darker/ambient feel, Trey gradually increases the intensity and leads the group into some jubilant jamming before the -> to "Drowned".|
|1998-11-02||JJLC||West Valley City, UT||11:22||-> in from "Drowned." Contrasting with 7/19/98, this version has a genuine blues sentiment to it, enhanced by Page's organ playing.|
|1998-11-02||LxL||West Valley City, UT||15:09||Beautiful, serene playing. At about 8:00, the jam amps down into delicate, contemplative playing.|
|1998-11-02||YEM||West Valley City, UT||22:39||Exceptionally long opening segment (11:30!).|
|2003-07-15||Weekapaug||West Valley City, UT||11:38||Rocks along in the typical manner until about 6:00, then the jam breaks into a rocking and pulsing groove for a few minutes before working back to "Weekapaug" in good fashion.|
|2003-07-15||Mr. Completely||West Valley City, UT||30:09||Phish debut opens Set II. This improvisational version begins with 12 minutes of varied "Type I" jamming before breaking into several quality grooves, including upbeat swinging and near euphoria. After settling, the jam launches into a series of mini segues beginning with "Low Rider."|
|2003-07-15||Low Rider||West Valley City, UT||3:32||-> in from "Mr. Completely." After 30 minutes of jamming to the Phish debut of "Mr. Completely," the jam now swerves unexpectedly into a series of mini segues.|
|2003-07-15||BBFCFM||West Valley City, UT||1:54||-> in from "Low Rider" as the segue-fest out of "Mr. Completely" starts to take shape. -> to "Buried Alive."|
|2003-07-15||Buried Alive||West Valley City, UT||1:14||-> in from "BBFCFM. A swift rendition of "Buried Alive" appears before > back to "BBFCFM."|
|2003-07-15||BBFCFM||West Valley City, UT||0:54||-> in from "Buried Alive" for more crazy "BBFCFM" action. > to "Ha Ha Ha."|
|2003-07-15||Ha Ha Ha||West Valley City, UT||0:26||> in from "BBFCFM." "Ha Ha Ha" is briefly visited among several mini segues out of a huge "Mr. Completely."|
|2003-07-15||BBFCFM||West Valley City, UT||0:39||> in from "Ha Ha Ha" for one more crazed bite of "BBFCFM." > back to "Mr. Completely."|
|2003-07-15||Mr. Completely||West Valley City, UT||5:18||> in from "BBFCFM" to return home and complete this epic jam and segue-fest.|
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