|2003-07-15||West Valley City, UT||30:09||Phish debut opens Set II. This improvisational version begins with 12 minutes of varied "Type I" jamming before breaking into several quality grooves, including upbeat swinging and near euphoria. After settling, the jam launches into a series of mini segues beginning with "Low Rider."|
|2003-07-15||West Valley City, UT||5:18||> in from "BBFCFM" to return home and complete this epic jam and segue-fest.|
|2017-07-19||Pittsburgh, PA||21:19||Busted out after a 380 show absence, Phish goes 2 for 2 on delivering the goods with this TAB standby. The jam quickly goes "Type II" and features bliss jamming aplenty as well as some new synth sounds from Page.|
|2021-08-04||Nashville, TN||18:55||The opening to one of the year's strongest second frames, this "Mr. Completely" indulges in its usual jam before Fish switches up his flow and Trey moves into a new key. Page's electric piano cuts through the mire, and a warm groove emerges as a result. Fish starts throwing in the "Mr. Completely" drum fill almost as a challenge to himself, and Trey moves to stabbing echo-laden chords as the jam picks up speed "Bathtub Gin" style. Something funkier and stranger emerges, and Mike flips on his envelope filter as the jam builds to a ferocious climax, then dies away with some more "Mr. Completely" drum fills by Fish for fun. > into "BOAF".|
|2021-08-29||George, WA||18:47||Quickly maneuvers into major-key bliss, distinguished by some frenetic playing from Fishman, then moves into a brisker and snappier zone thanks to Trey switching to chords. The band briefly dips into contemplative minor key playing, before moving to something more upbeat, with Page's electric piano at the forefront. Trey's effects-smothered guitar playing and Page's synths combine wonderfully, with Mike going to the envelope filter and Fish as steady as ever. Very good -> into "Meat" to close. A fine companion piece to the 8/4/21 version.|
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