|1999-12-30||LxL||Big Cypress, FL||11:15||The wild Big Cypress version showcases some cool staccato playing (see also "Plinko") in the middle and an unusual jamming style, while still staying pretty close to the normal theme.|
|1999-12-30||Tweezer||Big Cypress, FL||16:50||A stunning, gorgeous jam.|
|1999-12-30||Mike's||Big Cypress, FL||15:27||"Immigrant Song" teasing early on sets the tone for this dark, angry wall of sound. A single jam segment, but it's heavy duty stuff, filled with spacey effects and a driving, seemingly accelerating Mike and Fish-led groove.|
|1999-12-31||Tube||Big Cypress, FL||9:23||Great lead work from Trey and some nice fills from Fishman in this one from Big Cypress.|
|1999-12-31||SOAMelt||Big Cypress, FL||20:01||Multi-section, improvisational groove-based jam, including typically dark "SOAM" grooving, funky upbeat major mode jamming, and a -> to "Catapult." Vastly different from 7/15/99.|
|1999-12-31||Catapult||Big Cypress, FL||1:17||-> in from an excellent "SOAM."|
|1999-12-31||DwD||Big Cypress, FL||23:41||Laid back but joyful millennial celebratory groove. This is feel good music. Unfinished with -> to "Llama."|
|1999-12-31||Gin||Big Cypress, FL||15:47||A very different "Gin" begins with extended vocal jamming through 9:25, then shifts to an enchanting groove.|
|1999-12-31||Twist||Big Cypress, FL||13:15||A tranquil ambient groove emerges with delay loops and an eerie Page solo on the Fender-Rhodes. -> to "Prince Caspian."|
|1999-12-31||R&R||Big Cypress, FL||30:23||In the final 5 minutes, the band breaks into an upbeat, high quality groove. But this payoff seems unbalanced given the 25 minutes of repetitive, intense "Type I" jamming and dull, droning groove-based action that precede it.|
|1999-12-31||YEM||Big Cypress, FL||22:22||Crowd-assisted CHEESECAKE VJ. (No B&D.)|
|1999-12-31||C&P||Big Cypress, FL||20:14||This is one of the center-piece jams of one of Phish's most storied and highly-lauded sets. This one quickly hits a slow groovier jam. With a good foundation set by Gordon and Fishman, Trey and Page have ample room to explore several gorgeous and melodic passages.|
|1999-12-31||Sand||Big Cypress, FL||21:45||The masterpiece of the '99-'00 style "Sands" from the early morning at Big Cypress. A dark groove develops with all sorts of eerie effects added to the mix. Trey's lead work is scintillating and gives the jam an ominous feeling until it segues into the blissful "Quadrophonic Toppling". A must-hear jam from the band's ambient era. "My Soul" tease from Mike.|
|1999-12-31||Quadrophonic Toppling||Big Cypress, FL||14:33||-> in from a serious "Sand." Beginning with a bouncy ambient jam, "Quadrophonic Toppling" morphs into a lush, serene and blissful groove. A top highlight of a storied show with many.|
|1999-12-31||Slave||Big Cypress, FL||15:11||The longest "Type I" version. If you like a slow, really stretched out "Slave," this one is for you. But the peak is nothing remarkable, in fact it sort of collapses under its own weight.|
|1999-12-31||After Midnight||Big Cypress, FL||20:01||-> in from "Drowned." A patient, sparse, and well-textured groove-based jam.|
|1999-12-31||Piper||Big Cypress, FL||19:03||New millennium Swamp Worm (it was played about 4:00 AM on 1/1/00) opens with all guns blazing before settling down with a Mike and Page led groove including "Bug" teases from Page.|
|1999-12-31||Roses||Big Cypress, FL||35:03||Launches into phenomenally intense improv almost from the start as it embarks on an at-times-breathtaking journey. Eventually grows dissonant before briefly regaining its feel-good vibe.|
|1999-12-31||2001||Big Cypress, FL||13:40||35th song in the second set is the infamous "Hood" fake out. Breakdown at 5:40 is sicknasty and Trey sounds as fresh as he did in 1983. Second jam features a reggae filth groove.|
|1999-12-31||Meatstick||Big Cypress, FL||8:44||Closes out the Big Cypress festival with a short ambient outro.|
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