Thanks @ucpete! I do seem to have a knack for the week 1 and 2 MJMs (which usually tend to fall into my wheelhouse of 2003-present), but this one in particular was a deeeeeep pick (imo)! This Sally contains some serious Meatball Mike before shifting into a more tonal, melodic jam, which then evaporates into some pretty deep (and pretty, deep) space (the MJM segment connects the two aforementioned sections of Sally). This whole show (and Gorge 2013) somehow flies under the radar. 7.27.13 is easily one of Phish's most complete and fluid second sets of the last 8 years. Imagine how DWD -> Undermind > Light -> Sally -> 2001 > WOTC > Fluffhead > Antelope would have been received at Baker's Dozen... just sayin. Also, for fans of Waves, check out 7.26.13 Waves - my favorite version to date; and for fans of Undermind, check out this show's version for an amazing mid-jam sassy breakdown, a soaring TTE-esque outro jam, and some terrifying dissonance before Light. What a ride!Great breakdown! That second set, and the whole weekend, changed my life. I remember someone calling that Sally "pornographic" right after it happened, and it certainly was. The clip was veeeeeery sneaky though, and even though I'm upset I didn't recognize it, it just makes me appreciate that Sally and that second set even more. Spaceship blasted off, for sure.
Gorge always delivers!
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