Drowned

, comment by lostboy01 , attached to 2017-07-30
lostboy01 Variation on Nellie Kane starting at 9:50 mark on LP version?
, comment by DriedupGoliath , attached to 2013-10-26
DriedupGoliath The section from about 10:30 to 12:00ish kind of sounds like the genesis of one of the one of the sections of Fuego, the instrumental section after the first two verses.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2013-10-26
n00b100 A big, warm, Santana-inflected multi-part jam that basically holds up a huge sign reading "THIS IS WHAT 3.0 JAMMING AT ITS BEST SOUNDS LIKE". Fall 2013 is packed to the gills with green-colored jams, and this is entirely worthy of that status, indeed.

Still prefer this show's Light, though.
, comment by ProfPhan , attached to 2004-06-20
ProfPhan This just may be not only the best Phish jam ever but perhaps the best music ever made in the history of man.
, comment by BobDollar , attached to 2000-09-14
BobDollar Agree with the label...

BUT this is one of my favorite jams to work/write to. 100x listens! Lots of poly-rhythmic layers with quiescent asynchronous guitar loops and Page and Mike interleaving a panoply of themes throughout. And all the time Fish playing like a mad man. His un-acceptance to let the jam fade halfway through is what morphs this into the gem it is.
, comment by BobDollar , attached to 2000-09-14
BobDollar Agree with the label...

BUT this is one of my favorite jams to work/write to. 100x listens! Lots of poly-rhythmic layers with quiescent asynchronous guitar loops and Page and Mike interleaving a panoply of themes throughout. And all the time Fish playing like a mad man. His un-acceptance to let the jam fade halfway through is what morphs this into the gem it is.
, comment by bl002e , attached to 2000-09-14
bl002e @Dog_Faced_Boy said:
I really don't understand why the setlist team has this characterized as a "Jam." There are no other versions of "Drowned" which -> to a "Jam", although there are quite a few extended and improvisational versions of "Drowned." And among those, this one is the super heavyweight, but it should simply be listed as "Drowned" in the setlist in my opinion.
100% agreed. I'm guessing that the splitting of "Drowned" and "Darien Jam #2" on Live Phish Volume 3 had some influence on the way this is currently listed in the 9/14/00 setlist, but the Live Phish CD series and LP.com show downloads often split longer jams from cover songs, in what I'd assume was in an effort to limit the cost of royalty payments. No need to follow that labeling, IMO.
, comment by Dog_Faced_Boy , attached to 2000-09-14
Dog_Faced_Boy I really don't understand why the setlist team has this characterized as a "Jam." There are no other versions of "Drowned" which -> to a "Jam", although there are quite a few extended and improvisational versions of "Drowned." And among those, this one is the super heavyweight, but it should simply be listed as "Drowned" in the setlist in my opinion.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 1997-12-03
n00b100 I'd go green at the very least for this gem, one of the most purely funky jams Phish has ever played - even in Fall '97, where you could throw a rock and hit a funk jam in any of the shows. Page, in particular, is absolutely on fire all throughout. A jam that would have been unfathomable even a year before, but stands proudly as a prototypical improvisation from Phish's finest hour.


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