Fuego

, comment by conormac , attached to 2016-07-19
conormac To my ears, there is a Bug tease in Fuego jam section...starts at 6:30 but really nails the exact lick at 6:42/6:43 (phishtracks.com). Great energetic version with phenomenal guitar work. May not be the most extended version, but packs a punch, and fits perfectly in probably the best set of 2016.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2014-07-30
n00b100 My personal favorite of the Big Fuego Jam Trilogy of 2014; I would personally consider it for Highly Recommended status myself, as it has some of the same funky rhythmic trademarks of another underrated jam, the 11/2/13 Tweezer. Too much damn fun, from a really strong show.
, comment by CreatureoftheNight , attached to 2014-07-30
CreatureoftheNight SUPER funky jam. We were in heavy boogie mode for this one. It's hard to compete with the SPAC and Mann Fuegos, but if you like groove based phun, this jam is just what the doctor ordered. Around 15:45, they break into another Roadrunner jam that was so common on this tour (see GW Hood and Randall's Torture for examples)
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2014-07-08
n00b100 The second of the Big Jam Fuego trilogy, and probably the least remembered; as @CreatureoftheNight notes, this one shares some DNA with the 7/13/14 CDT, but isn't quite as memorable as that unbelievable jam is, which is probably why it's slid down the rabbit hole (along with a great deal of Summer '14, but that's for another time). Still, a super jam well worth seeking out.
, comment by CreatureoftheNight , attached to 2014-07-08
CreatureoftheNight An interstellar exploration. One of the big jams of 2014, yet it gets little chatter. The mid-tempo section before 18 minutes sounds a bit like the Long Beach Rock and Roll, morphing brilliantly. The next section doesn't peak, coasting along in good fashion. Like the Randall's Torture, the lack of a finishing climax or sexy segue seems to diminish this jam for some. I'm glad to see it highlighted.
, comment by Palmer , attached to 2014-07-04
Palmer Spac Fuego might be the jam of the summer behind that blazing CDT.
, comment by ProfPhan , attached to 2014-07-04
ProfPhan GET THIS ONE PINK -- NOW!!!
, comment by CreatureoftheNight , attached to 2014-07-04
CreatureoftheNight This one needs some yellow. One of the big jams of the year.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4asow5Rr9OA
The band seemed to like it as well.
, comment by Hood91 , attached to 2014-07-04
Hood91 I agree with what everyone's said here. I attended the show and it blew me away live, and repeated listens since then have continued to reward. I don't think we should jump the gun on the pink, "key version" designation because of the small sample size, but everything about this version - from context to content - is deserving of the yellow, "highly recommended" distinction.
, comment by eyesontweeprize , attached to 2014-07-04
eyesontweeprize This is probably my favorite jam that I have ever been physically present for in my 13 Phish shows. It was the monumental first extended jam, and it went to amazing places. Should definitely be marked "key."
, comment by eyesontweeprize , attached to 2014-07-04
eyesontweeprize This is probably my favorite jam that I have ever been physically present for in my 13 Phish shows. It was the monumental first extended jam, and it went to amazing places. Should definitely be marked "key."
, comment by gBasgaard , attached to 2014-07-04
gBasgaard I concur!
, comment by mvekob , attached to 2014-07-04
mvekob This is definitely a top notch version that probably should be highlighted as key. This is the bar for future Fuegos, the Philly one may have had more length but this one is the business. I can understand the reasoning behind holding off until after this tour to decide if a key version is in existence based on the full body of work. I just think it's good enough to safely say this should be a key version for any fan to check out.
, comment by WeatherReport , attached to 2014-07-04
WeatherReport I actually checked this jamming chart to see if this version was marked as a key version. It is the first version to be jammed out, and was pretty epic to be in attendance for. This version definitely deserves the pink stamp, IMHO.
, comment by Busta_Move , attached to 2014-07-04
Busta_Move 100% agreed. The simple fact that it's the first type II Fuego is noteworthy, and the jam is awesome. It's already gotten considerable replay since the show, and still stands
, comment by Feel_The_Bern , attached to 2014-07-04
Feel_The_Bern This jam should absolutely be a "key" version and highlighted pink on this chart. Not only is it the first version of this important Phish song to be jammed out, but it is also an instant classic (IMO) jam with virtuoso musicianship, a great groove, connected playing among the band members and a huge huge peak.


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