, attached to 2004-06-17

Review by Gratefully_dead001

Gratefully_dead001 This Moma dance in particular really shines bright in a particularly terrible year for phish. This Moma clocks in at 14+ minutes and is one of my all time favorites. Starts off almost like background music in a 70's adult film. Very funky. Peaks ~ beautifully with a full trey solo. Rips your face right off. Magnificent transition into a very blissful jam led by Mike Gordon's base. Like most good jams from this era it gets kind of "dark" at a point, which turns the jam from "crowd sway" into a total head banger, brings the jam into a very hard rock/prog sounding jam.
10/10 One of my regular "Go to's."


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