The Wedge

, comment by n00b100
n00b100 The 11/26/97 Character Zero. The 7/15/98 Horn (sort of). The 7/29/98 Buried Alive. And the 7/20/14 The Wedge. Kind of a nice fraternity, and all four are superb pieces of music.
, comment by WordsFromASong
WordsFromASong @zarathustraz said:
Thank Page for this first ever Type II Wedge. It's definitely him who makes the move to keep the ball rolling instead of closing things down after Trey's solo.
Yes. Muy bueno, Page.
, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger What happened to the green labeling? The only jammed out wedge and fan voted second best jam of summer deserves it. They even have the video of it on phish.com and the light show was as awesome as the jam.
, comment by CreatureoftheNight
CreatureoftheNight The Chicago Wedge was once highlighted yellow. Then the phish.net community voted it the second best jam of the entire summer. Then the moderators of the website took the yellow distinction away. That doesn't make any sense to me. This jam is divine, especially when Fishman brings back the Wedge drumbeat and the band runs with it. Along with the Randall's Torture, this is the jam I've listened to the most from the summer. It keeps getting better with each spin, the hallmark of a top shelf jam.
, comment by zarathustraz
zarathustraz Thank Page for this first ever Type II Wedge. It's definitely him who makes the move to keep the ball rolling instead of closing things down after Trey's solo.
, comment by skillz
skillz @coral_sand_below said:
Considering this is the first (and only to date) type II Wedge, I think it deserves the pink treatment. On top of that, it's a hell of a jam!
Agreed
, comment by BuddyBrown
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, comment by coral_sand_below
coral_sand_below Considering this is the first (and only to date) type II Wedge, I think it deserves the pink treatment. On top of that, it's a hell of a jam!
 

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