, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger This is my go-to, all time favorite phish jam. I'm a huge fan of the 97 funk days and this hits the spot every damn time. The funky ride to the larger than life hose jam never fails to brighten my mood and the funk/rock jam tacked on the end thanks to Trey's nasty riffs is just too much. In my opinion, this is as much of a disco funk staple jam in Phish's career as the Cornell 77 Dancing in the Streets was to the Grateful Dead.
, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger The hose jam that everyone and their mother is raving about is the equivalent of skydiving on ecstasy
, comment by Palmer
Palmer One of the best versions in 1997, this entire show is a must.
, comment by HarpuaTheBulldog
HarpuaTheBulldog The hose from about 11:00 to 14:00 is one of the best hose jams Phish has ever done. Simply unbelievable.
, comment by westbrook
westbrook I hold this Ghost above all others except for my all-time favorite version played on 5/22/00. Like many other great Ghosts, this one is ripe with funk and Hendrix-esque rock riffing, but the section from around 8 and a half minutes to 14 minutes in 11/17/97 is truly one of the greatest moments in Phish's illustrious career and puts it over the other big ones like 7/23/97, for example, in my mind. 7/23/97 pushes the rock and funk to the limit, but the aforementioned section in the Denver Ghost breaks out of form into some really beautiful, type 2 playing that builds wonderfully to a celebratory peak at around 13 minutes. HOSE, to be sure. Thank you, Page, for leading the charge into this segment. The jam continues on to another funk-rock climax to end on a strong note, but the real highlight of the jam is back at the 13 minute mark.

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