|1994-11-18||Bag||East Lansing, MI||8:15||> in from "Rift." This Bag is musically tight, yet slightly structurally different than other type I Bags. There is a litle funky piano breakdown at around 4:00 before blues-Trey rears his head in for some of the more traditional buildup-and-release jamming. At about 6:25, Trey sustains a note, and the Bag takes off before a return to the ending coda and > to Julius.|
|1994-11-18||SOAMelt||East Lansing, MI||11:33||Great, uptempo playing early on becomes increasingly frenetic and dissonant. Returns with a jarring ending.|
|1994-11-18||Tweezer||East Lansing, MI||14:26||Fierce, truly inspired version that I grossly underrated in the mid-1990s. I am ashamed of myself.|
|1994-11-18||Possum||East Lansing, MI||11:42||Blistering and rocking version includes "Bathtub Gin," "Jean Pierre," and "DEG" teases and a blazing peak.|
|1994-11-18||Runaway Jim||East Lansing, MI||9:05||"Reverend" Jeff Mosier on banjo. Great exploratory version that gets well beyond standard fare.|
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