|1992-04-18||Palo Alto, CA||1:22||The Phish debut of this classic descending chord riff/jam is the main even of the "Ice" jam on this 1992 occasion.|
|1993-08-21||Salt Lake City, UT||1:03||-> in from "DB." Phish and Bela Fleck and the Flecktones team up for a little "Mind Left Body" jamming. -> back to "DB."|
|1994-05-07||Dallas, TX||3:28||-> in from the opening "Tweezer." Spirited and intense playing downshifts to some quieter transitional action, which neatly -> "Sparks."|
|1994-06-18||Chicago, IL||2:45||-> in from "DB." A superb and melodic "MLB" Jam in the intro to "Bowie." -> back to "DB."|
|1994-11-23||St. Louis, MO||1:24||-> in from "It's Ice" for a solid jam featuring the iconic descending chord riff.|
|1998-11-13||Cleveland, OH||2:30||-> in from "WB." Cool jam for a for a couple of minutes in the middle of "Wolfman's."|
|2015-08-22||Watkins Glen, NY||0:58||-> in from "Cities." Last heard in 1998, 17 years earlier, this throwback recalls great moments throughout the band's history.|
|2016-06-28||Philadelphia, PA||2:23||-> in from "Breath And Burning." Cool way to close out this first improvisational version.|
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