|2015-07-28||46 Days||Del Valle, TX||4:25||"46 Days" -> "The Dogs" -> "46 Days." The first section of "46 Days" is standard, but the back end section includes a nice low-key outro jam.|
|2015-07-28||The Dogs||Del Valle, TX||3:18||-> in from "46 Days." This version is sandwiched inside "46 Days." -> back to "46 Days."|
|2015-07-28||46 Days||Del Valle, TX||5:15||-> in from "The Dogs" to complete this sandwich. This section has a nice chill outro jam that > to "Piper."|
|2018-07-31||Everything's Right||Del Valle, TX||18:46||Effects-laden grime coasts on the tail end of a type I jam. Mike leads a charge to D, which goes ignored at first, but this lays the bedrock for a patient and breathtakingly happy shift towards bliss territory roughly halfway through the jam as Page and then Trey finally follow. A hose jam builds from the ether thanks to whale call and a foundational groove from Mike, eventually reaching a sustained peak with multiple releases of tension in a shower of joy over Everything that is Right with the universe. A final chorus and then dissonant noise paves the way for a > "Disease".|
|2018-07-31||DwD||Del Valle, TX||17:02||The "yang" to Set II's opening "Everything's Right", this supersized (and supersonic) version perfectly illustrates how seemingly opposite, or contrary forces, function in compliment. As if thematically connected, the band taps into the set-opener's protracted improvisation, and works this sound in opposite, exploring any number of dark, layered passages, which evoke any number of points in Phish's career.|
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