Harry Hood

, comment by Palmer
Palmer One of the Harry Hood's remembered for in 94.
After taking it to ultimate levels of perfection and improvisation this is one of the best of the year IMO.
Deep intro bass play from Mike, as Trey walks on some improvisational noodling during the post 'thank you Mr. minor segment". Continuing to disassemble into a Trance jam led by Big Red. ( silent & almost haunting throughout, hearing the simplest cords being played). Parts of this version reflect what is ti come during the next installment of Phish. Pieced together this falls into the higher rankings of the songs uniqueness.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 A really beautiful Hood jam, mainly due to the way Trey brings things down to a church-like hush before a delayed, uncommon-to-Hood build to a particularly wicked Hood climax. Certainly one of the best early/mid-90s Hoods.

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