|2023-07-19||Wilmington, NC||17:28||> from "Chalk Dust Torture." The second version of "Oblivion" gets taken for a big-time walk. This is grimy, dirty Phish; no bliss jamming or peaks to be found. Page on the synth, heavy effects from Trey, this is a truly exploratory jam.|
|2023-07-23||Syracuse, NY||20:58||The second leg of a mammoth 1-2 punch following "Tweezer", "Oblivion" proves to be a prime vehicle for synth-drenched improvisation. A late-night, portentous atmosphere persists until the pivot to major shortly after 11:00, bringing to bear an encouraging blissful payoff.|
|2023-10-06||Nashville, TN||21:23||- > from a "Jibboo" worth your time. This sprawling jam starts patiently as the band jams around the structure of the song for a good bit before spreading its wings. Ever so slowly, the tempo gradually builds until things reach a "mini-peak" before Trey winds things back to sing the chorus again.|
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