|2011-05-27||Walk Away||Bethel, NY||7:04||Following a super -> from "Wolfman's Brother", Trey wastes no time choosing his line, and powers the band through an incredibly strong and spirited version.|
|2011-05-27||KDF||Bethel, NY||12:48||A real hybrid that combines suave major mode playing with the expected minor rock.|
|2011-05-27||BOTT||Bethel, NY||9:14||Great version with building energy and nice back and forth between Page and Trey.|
|2011-05-27||Boogie On||Bethel, NY||9:03||Staccato jamming gives way to a "Type II" slowed down, effects-laden outro and > into "Waves".|
|2011-05-27||Waves||Bethel, NY||13:51||Fantastic playing by Trey in the jam proper. Beautiful, lush and serene outro jam. In many ways the polar opposite of the haunting outro from "IT." Transitions to a solid "Prince Caspian."|
|2011-05-27||Caspian||Bethel, NY||7:33||> in from a great version of "Waves." Although shorter, this version suggests the band's willingness to take the jam segment in new and different directions, with subtle and cohesive playing. > to "C&P."|
|2011-05-28||Cities||Bethel, NY||8:58||Nice little extended outro with a good Trey-led peak.|
|2011-05-28||Halley's||Bethel, NY||12:03||Percussion driven, exploratory version that manages to cover a lot of ground in a relatively short time.|
|2011-05-28||Gin||Bethel, NY||11:47||"Gin" -> "Manteca" > "Gin." The "Gin" sections, although largely straightforward, include improvisational playing by Trey. "Manteca" includes "Golden Age" jamming, with fans thus dubbing this version the "GoldenGinTeca."|
|2011-05-28||Manteca||Bethel, NY||1:44||-> in from "Gin." The jamming just before and during this "Manteca" includes teases of "Golden Age," causing fans to dub this version the "GoldenGinTeca." > back to "Gin."|
|2011-05-28||Gin||Bethel, NY||0:59||> in from "Manteca" to end this fine version.|
|2011-05-28||BDTNL||Bethel, NY||12:10||The band incorporates a lot of "DEG" teasing/jamming into the standard format. The mood shifts back and forth from bright to dark several times, with "DEG"-like playing at various times throughout, before returning to "BDTNL." A very cool version.|
|2011-05-28||Makisupa||Bethel, NY||7:35||An energetic, funky jam emerges at around 5:30 after some chanting on "House." This is a fun, well-played version.|
|2011-05-28||Hood||Bethel, NY||12:38||This "Hood" has a really nice jam that sounds similar to "Faht" at times. Returns to "Hood" to close.|
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