Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1

, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2019-07-09
n00b100 It is entirely possible - not likely, not even probable, but possible - that we look back upon this jam, one that neatly cleaved the Phish fan community in twain with its gnarled and strange and *very* mid-90s-esque improvisation and say that this was a true turning point in Phish's modern era, the same way we did for the 7/31/13 Tweezer or for Magnaball or Dick's 2012 or something like that. It's also entirely possible we just have a one-off jam that was really cool but didn't change anything. I, for one, am excited to find out which path they go down. I'm also excited for the next time they break this bad boy out.
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