|1993-02-27||Antelope||Gainesville, FL||10:55||Insane intensity and tension. This one is smoking hot and Fish goes ballistic.|
|1993-02-27||Stash||Gainesville, FL||11:31||Breaks away from the standard jam at 8:20 into a quiet but tension filled section. Returns home to wrap up.|
|1993-02-27||Weekapaug||Gainesville, FL||7:34||After four minutes of standard but white hot "Weekapaug" jamming, Page and Trey drop into a sparser section with "Alumni Blues"-like riffing, before bringing back the main "Groove" and finishing on a high note.|
|1994-10-23||Maze||Gainesville, FL||11:20||Standard (strong) Page. But the tension and dissonance elevate through the ceiling during Trey's section. Sick Fish.|
|1994-10-23||YEM||Gainesville, FL||2:11||"YEM" -> to "Vibration Of Life" in the opening, then -> back to "YEM." "Another One Bites The Dust" jam; "Mission: Impossible" tease from Trey.|
|1994-10-23||Vibration of Life||Gainesville, FL||1:20||-> in from the opening segment of "YEM." "VOL" performed in the quiet portion of the "YEM" opening. -> back to "YEM."|
|1994-10-23||YEM||Gainesville, FL||19:20||-> in from "Vibration Of Life" to continue the "YEM" opening segment.|
|1994-10-23||Hood||Gainesville, FL||14:48||This "Hood" from A Live One seems to peak, then breaks at 11:25 into a section combining '94 space, moderate dissonance, and loads of tension. When this oblique resolves back to normal "Hood" at 13:30, it's pure '94 bliss.|
|1995-11-12||Reba||Gainesville, FL||14:32||An interesting and somewhat atypical 1995 "Reba." Really terrific playing from Mike and Fish informs a jam that, while not quite ambient, seems more aimless than recent versions. This, however, functions to make the conclusion that much more powerful, as the band, pushed by Trey, coalesces to play with great power before arriving at the "note."|
|1995-11-12||Tweezer||Gainesville, FL||18:41||Very curious, "Free"-like jam. Trey finds a very cool theme to repeat for a minute or two as well.|
|1995-11-12||Slave||Gainesville, FL||11:28||Just solid all around. Trey leads brilliantly, Page jumps to the 88s earlier than usual, and the rhythm guys punctuate the dynamic with an exclamation point. Great sounding Aud, or Aud/SBD matrix on the spreadsheet.|
|1995-11-12||Possum||Gainesville, FL||12:28||Fantastic version and one of the most improvisational ever. Includes a Simpson's signal, a "Dixie" tease, Trey scatting, a "Woody The Woodpecker Theme" tease, a "Johnny B. Goode" tease, AND a wild and exploratory jam.|
|1996-11-03||Tweezer||Gainesville, FL||16:49||Karl f'ing Perazzo! Page is really awesome in this version, too.|
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