|1995-10-28||SOAMule||Auburn Hills, MI||13:00||Wild Page solo with Trey and Fish joining at times > Trey scat singing and guitar > Page solo with Trey singing along > Page alone on piano > klezmer > wierd extended falsetto singing by Mike > ending.|
|1995-10-28||YEM||Auburn Hills, MI||22:42||Very strong version in a year of mostly awesome versions!|
|1996-11-09||YEM||Auburn Hills, MI||23:58||Fearsome B&D!|
|1997-12-06||Foam||Auburn Hills, MI||10:54||-> in from "Bathtub Gin." And, the -> is really top notch. Another stellar '97 version.|
|1997-12-06||Maze||Auburn Hills, MI||15:02||> in from "Fee." Modulation by Page with a crescendo pop gets this version cranked up, and then Trey adds some downright creepy effects to put this one into the mind melting category.|
|1997-12-06||Tweezer||Auburn Hills, MI||22:00||Just spectacular improv. MAGNIFICENT VERSION. MUST HEAR.|
|1997-12-06||Izabella||Auburn Hills, MI||9:27||-> in from a classic '97 "Tweezer." "Izabella" breaks away from the standard at about 4:20 into an excellent and funky groove which -> to "Twist."|
|1997-12-06||Piper||Auburn Hills, MI||14:20||-> in from "Twist." First Piper to really break out into improvisation. Jam is raging at first, mellows briefly, and then gathers fresh steam. There is no closing coda section (which would become more customary).|
|1999-12-02||Boogie On||Auburn Hills, MI||8:00||Wah-groove from Trey.|
|1999-12-02||Gin||Auburn Hills, MI||19:07||The standard "Gin" jam morphs around 14:25 into a raging, intense "Piper"-like beast before flaming out and -> to "2001."|
|1999-12-02||2001||Auburn Hills, MI||15:34||The Space Birds are out in full force. All kinds of originality, none of the cliche riffs.|
|1999-12-02||YEM||Auburn Hills, MI||21:46||Odd glam-rock repetitive jam segment. Silent jam. -> to "Little Drummer Boy" VJ. (No B&D.)|
|1999-12-02||The Little Drummer Boy||Auburn Hills, MI||3:18||-> in from the "YEM" vocal jam. A capella version.|
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