Golden Age

, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2018-10-19
n00b100 There ain't a lot of jams in ANY era (and even fewer in this one) that reach the places this sucker reaches, *especially* that remarkable segment where Fish catches onto that jittery, spidery groove and the band approximates a Caution Jam by Those Other Fellas for a few minutes. The rolling waves of effects at the end, reminiscent of the infamous IT Waves, is also very cool (if, perhaps, there to pad the jam length a tad). Probably my favorite jam of 2018, a year that didn't lack for top-level jams.
, comment by TanasRoot , attached to 2016-10-28
TanasRoot Doogie Howser opening theme tease from Page at 7:32!!!!!!!
, comment by gankmore , attached to 2016-10-28
gankmore Ka-pow! Up there with the Tahoe tweezer in my absolute favorite jams I ever saw.
, comment by SidewayJill , attached to 2016-10-28
SidewayJill tightttttttttttttttttttttttt
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2016-10-28
n00b100 One of those jams that just barrels like a freight train through every single possible point that you'd think they would end the jam (before the actual end of the jam, of course); there's playing major-key hose, and then there's slamming your foot on the gas pedal and continually one-upping yourself in terms of sheer balls-out rock from start to finish. An all-timer jam from the first show of an all-timer run.
, comment by Timbereba , attached to 2016-10-28
Timbereba Holy mackerel (phish), whatan unbelievable fresh mega jam with on intensity and director that has become rare. This jam holds up with the best of them.....
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2015-09-04
n00b100 The Golden Age of the year, and certainly the finest since its halcyon tour of Fall 2013, mainly in the way that it blooms and brightens in a very non-Golden Age jam kinda way in the final segment. Yet *another* reason why skipping Dick's 2015 is hazardous to your health.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2013-10-27
n00b100 As wickedly funky as the Hampton version is wickedly evil. Well worth the listen. I probably underrate 10/27/13, and I really shouldn't.
, comment by ProfPhan , attached to 2013-10-20
ProfPhan Pink, I say, pure pink!!!
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2013-10-20
n00b100 Pure relentless power from the moment they lock into the jam to the moment Trey kicks into Piper. A truly *evil* jam.
, comment by jonnylips , attached to 2013-10-20
jonnylips There are some Shakedown Street teases by Trey in this as well.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2012-07-03
n00b100 The final few minutes of this jam dissolve into ambiance so sugary sweet that the CD should come with a toothbrush and a tube of Aquafresh. The October 2013 Golden Ages get the press, but it was a heck of a jam vehicle well before then. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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