, comment by Possumm , attached to 2019-11-30
Possumm Blew my mind
, comment by rgrossi , attached to 2019-11-30
rgrossi includes bass solo by Mike
, comment by ab0minate , attached to 2019-11-30
ab0minate Slow version
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2015-08-14
n00b100 I love Llama so very much, so I'm probably good on hearing it ever performed this way again, but I really do love that a) they performed it this way at all, and b) that it turned out so well. A superb version from a decent show (by 2015's standards; it's more than listenable if you give it a proper chance).
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2010-10-26
n00b100 A personal favorite segue of mine, as out of a killer Weekapaug Trey gets one of those ideas of his and cranks back into Llama (previously played in the 1st set that night), giving us an odd mashup of the two songs until they manage to shape themselves into Llama proper and blast through a verse of the song before finishing with a flourish. I've really grown to love Llama over the years, and this is a great way to finish an excellent show.
, comment by Psylo_Bryan , attached to 2010-07-01
Psylo_Bryan My first Phish song that introduced me into the world I know and love today. It has changed my life for the better and I wouldn't trade it for anything. Thank you more than words can tell
, comment by conormac , attached to 1994-06-22
conormac Great set opener with massive amount of energy!


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