|2010-10-10||Ghost||Broomfield, CO||15:22||An amorphous tendril of haphazard dissonance takes root in some electrified chocolate pudding finally allowing it to take a look around at the complexities of its own general lack of structure. [Strong straightforward version with extended "Ghost" jamming and solid play by all four, especially Fish. The jam gradually builds to a glorious peak and a nice fade-out.]|
|2010-10-10||Fee||Broomfield, CO||6:40||Sirens over a rolling outro with nice contributions from Mike and Page. > to "Makisupa Policeman."|
|2010-10-12||46 Days||Broomfield, CO||8:16||A fiery version all around with a rocking outro based around a great riff from Trey.|
|2010-10-12||Carini||Broomfield, CO||8:26||Continuing a 3.0 pattern, the jam starts in typical "Carini" mode before breaking into a distinct, upbeat jam, then becoming spacey with a nice > to "David Bowie."|
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