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Review by MrPalmers1000DollarQ
After a Guyute warm up, we get to the star of the show: Providence Bowie. I'm often hesitant to write about the mega jams like this one for fear that I'll miss something or fail to serve proper justice to such a highwater mark in the band's improvisational history. As such, I'll leave at this: this jam's got it all...okay one more comment: I love the Eye-of-the-Tiger-esque ascending melody Trey works into the peak. Probably my favorite version of my favorite Phish song (though other '94/'95 versions do manage to hold a flame). From here, there's not too too much noteworthy: Halley's is straightforward and there's a nice Lizards. Could honestly do without the HYHU session in this set considering we already heard IDK, but it is what it is. GTBT is fun with the extra LZ teases, and I like the Long Journey Home encore choice.