Just in case you haven't gotten enough of The Mothership this week, we decided to throw yet another gem your way. As you likely know, Phish is releasing the "Hampton/Winston-Salem '97" box set on December 7th. We at Phish.net are very excited. Hopefully you have had the chance to read and enjoy @PYITE's fantastic retrospective series this week. Also, if you'd like a chance to get a box set for free, please check out the Mystery Jam Contest. If you had the opportunity to listen to a sneak peak of the release on SiriusXM's JamOn with Kevin Shapiro, likely you are wiping your brow and exclaiming, "Whew!" No doubt, this is on many fans Holiday Wish List. In this week's video we see The Moma Dance before it was The Moma Dance: Black Eyed Katy. First making an appearance at the Thomas & Mack Center on 11/13/1997, BEK quickly became a funky jam vehicle for the short few weeks it existed. Once the Summer '98 Europe tour rolled around, BEK had morphed into The Moma Dance. We always have this gorgeous sandwich to look back on: Tweezer -> Black Eyed Katy -> Piper. The silky smooth segue into Piper is maintained in this clip by Silverchair97. Feel free to browse other videos from this show at PhishVids. (http://phishvids.com/1997/11/22)
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