|2003-03-01||Foam||Greensboro, NC||10:40||The ever dependable Page is just awesome here with some great rolls at the end of his solo (5:07 - 5:19). Trey is both delicate and on the mark with his solo. Nice build-up.|
|2003-03-01||Piper||Greensboro, NC||17:02||Twisted Worm! This version is many "Pipers" rolled into one. The jam is like a roller coaster with ups and downs in intensity and rhythm. Just a great groove that ebbs and rises and is partially based on Santana's "Oye Como Va."|
|2003-03-01||YEM||Greensboro, NC||21:51||"YEM" vocal jam -> to a capella version of "Proud Mary."|
|2003-03-01||Proud Mary||Greensboro, NC||2:41||-> in from the "YEM" vocal jam. A capella rendering of the CCR classic.|
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