|2016-10-19||Plasma||Nashville, TN||8:40||"Plasma" assumes a fluid, late second-set form. Atmospheric and introspective, with strong elements of "Timber (Jerry)," Mike and Fish create a brooding, cosmic space within which Page provides on-point fills, and Trey works through a number of styles and rhythmic shifts, coloring the jam with really cool and pensive "feedback" intraplay.|
|2017-08-05||Plasma||New York, NY||10:15||Three years after its Phish debut, "Plasma" now seems a set number within the band's incredible canon. As if composed to to assume those elements of a given show, here, the song, > from "Alaska", is the perfect call to bring the "Boston Creme's" first set to a close. Fluid full-band play runs smoothly for some time, with Page occasionally picking the song's lilting melody to rise from the version's thick groove. Trey's swirling, on-point play, fat with sustain, eventually transitions to trilling, which charges an energized build. This peaks to break into the closing refrain.|
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