|1995-11-29||Reba||Nashville, TN||15:27||Almost two months removed from Shoreline's speedy "Reba," the band again takes flight, whipping through the composed section at warp speed. The ensuing jam, while metered, does not relent, with passionate, inspired Trey leading the way, while focused, full-band play is infused with great syncopation and rich melodic variation.|
|1995-11-29||Timber Ho||Nashville, TN||8:31||Set II opener. Unusual intro. Intense with ferocious percussion. Page jumps to the B-3 briefly to provide an unusual and chilling effect. Multiple movements in this incredible, jarring jam that will rattle your skull. > to "Sparkle."|
|1995-11-29||Possum||Nashville, TN||17:20||Extended, percussive intro, almost like a "Bowie." Soaring, multiple peak jam with awesome Trey and Fish.|
|1995-11-29||Taste That Surrounds||Nashville, TN||7:58||With Bela Fleck on banjo. This is a fantastic version; the banjo is a perfect addition for an intense, rhythmically complex, song like "Taste."|
|1995-11-29||Slave||Nashville, TN||11:22||Bela Fleck on banjo. This is a fantastic version, with Bela and Trey pairing together incredibly well.|
|1996-11-29||Maze||Daly City, CA||12:26||There is a really powerful psychedelic aspect to these '96 versions, and this one is a fine example.|
|1996-11-29||Simple||Daly City, CA||13:38||No mini percussion kit here. Instead, Trey hits on a theme that the band jumps on and rocks. Wonderful version, remarkably different from most. -> to "Sparks."|
|1996-11-29||YEM||Daly City, CA||27:38||Long jam segment; Trey broke a string.|
|1997-11-29||Wedge||Worcester, MA||6:32||Slow and deliberate show-opener, featuring that signature Fall 1997 sound. Cool keys give way to soaring Trey. Fish drives great syncopation and full-band play. Great dynamics, as the sound is textured and nuanced, producing subtle and musical shifts in intensity.|
|1997-11-29||Foam||Worcester, MA||11:45||No free-form improvisation like a big "Ghost" or "Tweezer," but within a self-imposed, rigorous construct, there is a hell of a lot of musical creativity going on in this characteristically '97-style stretched-out version.|
|1997-11-29||Runaway Jim||Worcester, MA||58:49||Longest single Phish jam to date. Contains many different sections, and has been nicknamed the "Jim Symphony." Contains a thrilling "Weekapaug" jam.|
|1998-11-29||Theme||Worcester, MA||11:00||Very fine soloing by Trey and great interplay with Page on this solid, straightforward version.|
|1998-11-29||LxL||Worcester, MA||10:52||Fierce version that ends with a very cool jam and masterful segue into "Catapult."|
|1998-11-29||Simple||Worcester, MA||20:40||The jam swiftly breaks from the melodic and blissful standard to a high-power and dissonant one.|
|1998-11-29||Possum||Worcester, MA||3:36||"Possum" -> "Wipeout" -> "Possum." 30 second "Wipeout" jam occurs at the beginning of the "Possum" jam.|
|1998-11-29||Wipe Out||Worcester, MA||0:30||-> in from "Possum." 30 second "Wipeout" jam occurs at the beginning of the "Possum" jam. -> back to "Possum."|
|1998-11-29||Possum||Worcester, MA||4:10||-> in from "Wipeout" to return to the standard "Possum" jam.|
|1998-11-29||Gin||Worcester, MA||18:25||A soaring, straightforward jam evolves into beautiful ambient space before before building into a rocking and funky groove.|
|1998-11-29||YEM||Worcester, MA||23:54||FUNKASAURUS! (No B&D.)|
|2003-11-29||Julius||Philadelphia, PA||10:11||Has some really cool riffs from Trey throughout that are unusual, as well as some nice low intensity playing.|
|2003-11-29||Twist||Philadelphia, PA||17:17||Excellent jam which breaks from "Twist" around 7:30 into some good major mode action, then grows a bit spacey and dissonant before morphing into a really nice rocking groove. Towards the end, it gets angry and dissonant and -> to "Simple."|
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