|2010-10-19||JJLC||Augusta, ME||8:04||Spirited piano action from Page is matched by electric and rocking playing by Trey.|
|2010-10-19||Light||Augusta, ME||14:28||Magnificent and varied throughout touching on at least four or five different jam styles highlighted by an outstanding "calypso" stanza.|
|2010-10-19||Reba||Augusta, ME||15:51||Awesome "Reba." Trey works atop a really cool beat, which, at times, seems to stop and then start, a special sort of space carved by Mike's bass. Excellent effects work to enhance the jam, as the band plays exceptionally well as one. Trey nudges the band into a spacey and protracted legroom, which the band explores with aplomb before Fish breaks for "Manteca." Super guitar brings this version to a close.|
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