|1994-10-18||Stash||Nashville, TN||10:47||Excellent version with a nice movement beyond "Stash" including moments of that Fall '94 spacious sound.|
|1994-10-18||It's Ice||Nashville, TN||8:55||Nice rocking full band jam.|
|1994-10-18||Bowie||Nashville, TN||13:42||Fantastic, multi-faceted version. Dissonance and Tension: check. Tempo and rhythmic shifts: check. But this one also has beautiful, upbeat jamming (aka major mode).|
|1994-10-18||Reba||Nashville, TN||17:34||A huge "Reba" remarkable in that the band departs a really pointed and direct groove to enter a passag of marked space, noted, as some, for sharing similar qualities of "Eyes of the World." Complete with "Dave's Energy Guide" teasing, an experimental, probing version which again pushes against traditional form and convention.|
|1994-10-18||SOAMule||Nashville, TN||10:31||Bela Fleck on banjo, with Bela and Page playing along together before the full band kicks into a low key jam.|
|1994-10-18||Llama||Nashville, TN||10:25||It's like a "Mule Duel" between Page and Trey, except this is a "Llama Duel" between Bela Fleck, Page and Trey. The duel starts with acoustic instruments before switching to electric. Incredible, must-hear version. Sbd available on FTA - Bonnaroo Pt. 1.|
|1995-11-29||Reba||Nashville, TN||15:27||Almost two months removed from Shoreline's speedy "Reba," the band again takes flight, whipping through the composed section at warp speed. The ensuing jam, while metered, does not relent, with passionate, inspired Trey leading the way, while focused, full-band play is infused with great syncopation and rich melodic variation.|
|1995-11-29||Timber Ho||Nashville, TN||8:31||Set II opener. Unusual intro. Intense with ferocious percussion. Page jumps to the B-3 briefly to provide an unusual and chilling effect. Multiple movements in this incredible, jarring jam that will rattle your skull. > to "Sparkle."|
|1995-11-29||Possum||Nashville, TN||17:20||Extended, percussive intro, almost like a "Bowie." Soaring, multiple peak jam with awesome Trey and Fish.|
|1995-11-29||Taste That Surrounds||Nashville, TN||7:58||With Bela Fleck on banjo. This is a fantastic version; the banjo is a perfect addition for an intense, rhythmically complex, song like "Taste."|
|1995-11-29||Slave||Nashville, TN||11:22||Bela Fleck on banjo. This is a fantastic version, with Bela and Trey pairing together incredibly well.|
|2015-08-04||Wolfman's||Nashville, TN||10:34||Mike and Fish set a great chunky and snappy groove in the first part of the jam which Page and Trey ride to great effect, and quite patiently. Then they flip the switch and the jam concludes with the expected power peak.|
|2015-08-04||Mike's||Nashville, TN||14:27||For the first time in over 15 years, the band breaks into a bona fide 2nd jam. While the 1st is typical 3.0 stuff, and the transition unusual, all is forgiven as the 2nd jam begins in classic "Mike's" rocking and rhythmic playing before settling. After 10:30 the jam develops a dark and introspective bent, and Trey's time "in the woodshed" before the FTW concerts is noticeable in his soloing.|
|2015-08-04||Weekapaug||Nashville, TN||13:50||Following a nice tempo slow down early on, the jam departs the standard and coalesces on an "Electric Funeral"-like theme (Black Sabbath). "C&P" vocal quotes are added as the jam picks up tempo and returns to familiar "Weekapaug" ground.|
|2016-10-18||Twist||Nashville, TN||15:48||This "Twist" gets Weir'd from the beginning as the (new) band continues getting their sea legs, but once things get rolling, they stay Weir'd throughout in the best way possible. Not the deepest version ever, but must-hear nonetheless.|
|2016-10-18||Playing in the Band||Nashville, TN||11:28||The only Phish version of "Playing in the Band" marks the peak of Bob Weir's Nashville sit-in. Upbeat and melodic, this jam serves as a nice reprisal of Trey's GD50 work.|
|2016-10-19||Tube||Nashville, TN||6:40||"Tube" continued its '16 comeback campaign with this sweet version featuring active back and forth between Page and Trey and a Moog-filled climax.|
|2016-10-19||Tweezer||Nashville, TN||16:48||Funky, powerful start transitions to a melodic plateau with soaring improv.|
|2016-10-19||Plasma||Nashville, TN||8:40||"Plasma" assumes a fluid, late second-set form. Atmospheric and introspective, with strong elements of "Timber (Jerry)," Mike and Fish create a brooding, cosmic space within which Page provides on-point fills, and Trey works through a number of styles and rhythmic shifts, coloring the jam with really cool and pensive "feedback" intraplay.|
|2016-10-19||Hood||Nashville, TN||16:23||On the heels of a strong "Plasma," yet another wandering "Hood" serves to anchor a strong show. While the exploratory sections (5:00 - 12:30) offer some excellent playing, the return home leaves room for improvement.|
|2018-10-23||Mike's||Nashville, TN||12:50||The jam swiftly pushes outside typical playing, breaking into dark, funky rock. Around 6:30, the mood lightens, and inspired, upbeat playing ensues. Another shift happens at 9:00, and the mood darkens again, with evil-sounding Mike taking the lead, before one final, brief flip back to warmer sentiments.|
|2018-10-23||Everything's Right||Nashville, TN||12:24||A part of a set-long "Mike's Groove." No time is wasted before the bands jumps into a pulsing, driving jam. All four members seem to function as a single unit. Around 8:00, Mike and Trey lock in on a riff together that takes the jam to a new level. By the 10:10 mark, the jam slips back to more familiar "ER" territory. > into "Set Your Soul Free."|
|2018-10-24||Gin||Nashville, TN||18:20||An inventive set-closer which explores numerous spaces beyond the norm including gentle dreamlike play, fuzzy rock, and Santana-esque vamping before smartly returning to "Gin" for a smooth finish.|
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