, attached to 2000-10-07

Review by montaigne

montaigne This is STILL the last show I saw Phish play (although I might go see 8-15-2012 in Long Beach). I had a HUGE tasty spliff rolled up, and I wrote the letters YEM on it. I was determined to only smoke it if they played that tune. As the show progressed, and the YEM failed to materialize, my friends kept asking me to light it up (or leave them alone). I stuck to my guns. They ended set two, and no YEM. I guess I wasn't going to smoke this monster J after all.

Then...the encore. They fucking came through!
It was only fitting Phish play their greatest original composition to end what was "supposed" to be the final show.

It took the entire build-up to the funk to smoke the beast. I don't think I've been that high since. This YEM jam is fantastic! What a way to end it. There was a special energy during the YEM, especially from Fishman, who was playing as if he were never going to play again!


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