Bathtub Gin

, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger Few hose peaks in Phish's career are as satisfying as this one. It's better than advertised
, comment by winterland6977
winterland6977 So uplifting, so engaging, so propulsive, so joyful... so good.
, comment by ndphanjeff
ndphanjeff Some of the most joyful moments of my life were when I was coasting the highway through PA alongside the Susquehanna River listening to this bad boy. In fact, I save it for special occasions when I'm feeling down.. always reminds me of the true beauty in life.
, comment by bl002e
bl002e Whoa, when did it earn its notable, yellow wings? Mazel Tov!
, comment by coral_sand_below
coral_sand_below Not overrated in the slightest - amongst Phish's finest, most canonical moments.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 This might very well be the most famous Phish jam *among Phish fans* (the most famous Phish jam among the general public would be an interesting debate), if only because it really does invite its fair share of debate. I don't think it's their best jam ever, nor is it particularly close, but I would also consider it essential in that it's an absolute "you gotta hear this" cornerstone, the way the Providence Bowie (which I have even less good feelings toward) is as well. Plus, when they lock into THAT groove, it's almost impossible not to feel *something*.
, comment by PunkDwarf
PunkDwarf How is this Gin not essential by the way. Gin was one of the sure-shots of 97-00. And this was the first and most beautiful of all.
, comment by PunkDwarf
PunkDwarf @sethadam1 said:
This is one of my top 5 moments of Phish. I know it's clich�, but eff the haters. This jam is pure awesome. So is the Disease before it.
I concur. The DWD is one of the alltime Fishman blowouts. This fucking set just has too much to offer. A plethora of riches.
, comment by sethadam1
sethadam1 This is one of my top 5 moments of Phish. I know it's cliché, but eff the haters. This jam is pure awesome. So is the Disease before it.
, comment by KingDisco
KingDisco Go to happy jam. Can't not feel happy hearing this classic

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