You Enjoy Myself

, comment by Pinhead_Larry
Pinhead_Larry Groovy and funky leading to a thrilling climax. I'll admit I used to have a "2.0 bias" in that I always pictured 2.0 Phish being sloppy and not listenable. I have since found this to be an otherwise unjustified and untrue mindset, and this YEM was one of the things that pulled my head out of my ass and my ears upward toward the great music.

I'd say this YEM can take on some of the big 1993 YEM's, maybe even 1994 (but it's not *quite* 1995 level). It's a little sloppy in the composed section, but all-in-all, this is quite the exquisite treat considering how complex the song is, and this was likely one of a handful of times the band played the song since the hiatus in 2000.

What a way to open a show, too! There are plenty of other highlights, as well (Roggae, MOMA, Stash), but the YEM should be priority #1 if you've not delved into 2.0 Phish much at all.
, comment by FunkyCFunkyDo
FunkyCFunkyDo WOW is right. Excuse me while I stick my face into the freezer to get it back to solid form.

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