|1995-10-11||Divided||Chandler, AZ||16:05||A somewhat unusual approach by Trey makes for a different and interesting version. Being 1995, it's also very well played.|
|1995-10-11||Possum||Chandler, AZ||14:36||Outstanding version with the jam based loosely on "You Don't Love Me" (Willie Cobbs, popularized by the Allman Bros.) - listen from 4:25 - 4:41, 6:15 - 6:30, and 8:56 - 9:03 for teases. "DEG" and "Johnny B. Goode" teases as well.|
|1995-10-11||Gin||Chandler, AZ||12:43||First of several exploratory, rocking, and improvisational '95 "Gins." This one even has some early funk sounds from Page.|
|1995-10-11||Mike's||Chandler, AZ||12:14||A great 1st jam includes different melodic material from Trey, and grows tense and dissonant as it progresses. The 2nd jam begins with a swirling, rocking tempest, grows spacey, and then some rhythmic low-key, Page-led exploration emerges from the haze.|
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