|1999-09-11||George, WA||17:30||The great debut version begins with a -> out of "Wolfman's Brother". The groove remains constant while Trey solos extensively with gradually increasing intensity.|
|1999-12-08||Portland, ME||17:16||Explosive trance.|
|1999-12-13||Providence, RI||22:45||Trey's lead playing is thematic and anthemic in this great version which begins as a textural soundscape. "Gotta Jibboo" bassline tease.|
|1999-12-16||Raleigh, NC||22:30||Initially, the jam revolves around a menacing, effects-laden groove. Trey then hops on the keys to inject some melody and later expands on those ideas on guitar before the jam builds to a screaming finale.|
|1999-12-18||Hampton, VA||16:20||Ambient roar.|
|1999-12-31||Big Cypress, FL||21:45||The masterpiece of the '99-'00 style "Sands" from the early morning at Big Cypress. A dark groove develops with all sorts of eerie effects added to the mix. Trey's lead work is scintillating and gives the jam an ominous feeling until it segues into the blissful "Quadrophonic Toppling". A must-hear jam from the band's ambient era. "My Soul" tease from Mike.|
|2000-06-22||Antioch, TN||11:02||An interesting jam which takes a more reserved, melodic route with Fish playing unaccompanied for a time as the band comes down to near silence briefly. The latter part of the jam includes some effects from Page and a nice ascending progression.|
|2000-06-29||Holmdel, NJ||16:58||Dark jam with Trey on the keyboard for a good portion and effects/loops throughout.|
|2000-07-03||Camden, NJ||13:18||Groovy funk jam with a stop-on-a-dime ending and a brief reprise of the jam to end the song. The "Die" effect heard in the 9/29/99 "2001" also makes an appearance.|
|2000-09-09||Albany, NY||19:50||> from "The Curtain" with Michael Ray on trumpet and includes a "First Tube" tease. Ambient space jam before Michael Ray joins in.|
|2000-10-06||Mountain View, CA||15:34||> from "Cities." Starts with a mellow, airy loop and Trey on the keyboard before he switches to guitar and gives the jam a boost with some great playing.|
|2009-06-07||Camden, NJ||22:21||One of the first great jams of 3.0. This version contains an old-school groove which goes "type 2" via a funk jam and an uplifting conclusion by way of a repetitive, descending riff from Trey.|
|2010-08-09||Telluride, CO||12:09||This version opened the floodgates for the modern "Sand" resurgence as Mike improvised his bass line rather than sticking to the fixed groove, adding another element of improvisation. Trey's uncompressed growl and Mike's playing through the envelope filter in the first half of the jam add cool textures. Short outro jam and a > into "Backwards Down the Number Line."|
|2010-10-29||Atlantic City, NJ||13:11||> out of "Punch You in the Eye." Another strong version with a dynamic groove and tension-filled playing from Trey. Also includes an upbeat, "type 2" outro jam that seems to hint at "Cool it Down" and a -> into "Carini."|
|2010-12-31||New York, NY||10:23||Staccato jam with great full-band interplay gives way to a more typical guitar-led conclusion.|
|2011-06-19||Portsmouth, VA||13:18||The band put on an impressive display of focused group improvisation in this great funky jam, which also featured stop-start jamming and a short reprise of the jam before ending the song. > into "Sneakin' Sally."|
|2011-08-06||George, WA||12:33||> of "Prince Caspian." Excellent playing from Trey over funky rhythms and returns to "Tweezer" from earlier in the set.|
|2011-08-15||Chicago, IL||12:07||The band crushes the groove before before laying down some spacey effects and segueing into "Light."|
|2012-06-29||Noblesville, IN||10:19||Coming out of a very good "Disease," the jam is a tight, rhythmic groove with "Walk This Way" and "Weekapaug" teases from Trey. Segues into "Twist."|
|2012-07-03||Wantagh, NY||10:50||Each band member puts their stamp on this one in a great collective effort, which includes an "Izabella" tease. Shifts at 6:50 to allow Page to lead on the Wurlitzer as Trey lays back. Ends with staccato playing from Page, loops, and a -> into an exceptional "Golden Age."|
|2012-09-02||Commerce City, CO||23:55||In the most improvisational "Sand" played by Phish to date, the band launches into a multifaceted jam after a typically groovy first segment. Initially ambient with a siren loop, this jam gains intensity as it moves through a serene groove into a thrilling peak. Throw in a funkified return to the "Sand" theme and a slick -> into "Ghost," and you've got yourself a must-hear jam.|
|2013-08-30||Commerce City, CO||15:18||> from "PYITE". Type 2 version that breaks form around 7:30 and continues on through sections of upbeat melodic playing, rock, and funk. All in all, another strong "Dick's Sand".|
|2013-12-28||New York, NY||12:30||A typical "Sand" jam ensues before shifting to some ambience and then locking onto a repetitious riff from Trey. > to "Piper."|
|2014-08-31||Commerce City, CO||14:26||After teasing "Tweezer" at the conclusion of the first jam segment, the music takes on a darkish tone and features staccato funk that becomes increasingly abstract until a > to "Piper."|
|2014-10-18||Seattle, WA||10:06||Trey sits back allowing Page to lead the first half of the jam until the groove turns upbeat around 6:45. From there, Trey increases his role and brings it home with melodic leads before the > to "BDTNL". A really nice, atypical version.|
|2014-10-31||Las Vegas, NV||18:02||A multi-section winner, featuring extended funk jamming, a rocking peak with a "School's Out" tease, and a great -> into "Tweezer Reprise."|
|2016-01-15||Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico||12:12||Strong peaking action in the first jam and then some growly, staccato funk in the second segment, which ultimately -> into "Ghost" stupendously.|
|2016-10-31||Las Vegas, NV||12:57||Around the 8 minute mark, Page leads the band into a "Type II" segment of glorious, major-key play.|
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