, comment by beyondthebeyond
beyondthebeyond Listening back to this and the 7/31/2015 version, it sounds to me like the wondrous peak in this version is born in the final 2 minutes of ATL. Compare ATL riff to Philly peak.
, comment by CameToPlay
CameToPlay This jam gets serenely jazzy from the jump and plays around in that space for a few minutes before yielding to a segment that starts out with a kind of a calm but weirdly foreboding feel. See the "Living on a Thin Line" quasi-tease at around 7:00. After a few minutes, we get a Miami Disease-esque segment starting around 11 minutes. Then as if the jam could have any less of a sense of urgency, it comes to almost a complete stop. What emerges after the 13 minute mark is what this jam will be remembered for. A slow build of the final theme, where we get the closest thing to Reading Disease since Reading. Trey centers himself and unleashes a joyous, melodic, perfectly constructed solo. Among the best versions of Twist Phish has played.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 A jam that just takes you on a marvelous journey in fine 3.0 fashion, with an absolutely heartening peak at the end. If they'd played this at Magnaball, there'd probably be a statue of it somewhere by now. As it stands, it's the worthy centerpiece for one of those sets where you could say "it's the best set of 3.0" and I'd say "yeah, I can see it".

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