|1992-12-10||Reba||Kalamazoo, MI||12:22||Wonderful, somewhat restrained drumming (even the vocals feel hushed) creates a terrific pace and works to steer the jam, which seems carved from space, with Trey creating an incredible droning, echo-like effect atop some really great bass. The band, ever dynamic, modulates intensity, with Page way up in his register, and Trey, like a machine, repeatedly running through a set of notes wholly melodic, and expertly placed.|
|1992-12-10||Maze||Kalamazoo, MI||9:48||Strong early version. Page whips things into a frenzy before Machine Gun Trey blows the roof off.|
|1994-06-19||Stash||Kalamazoo, MI||11:51||The jam gets out there well beyond "Stash." The tension is cranked up repeatedly with great pounding by Fish.|
|1994-06-19||Antelope||Kalamazoo, MI||13:49||Typically great '94 thrashing "Antelope" stuff until 6:25 when the jam breaks into a good settled section that percussively rebuilds with wild dissonance and buckets of tension.|
|1994-06-19||Reba||Kalamazoo, MI||13:44||Strong, Mike-driven version, featuring great percussion. Trey's playing is as fast as Page's fills are delicate, and the band works through several ideas and progressions to build a jam that, at points, sounds like "David Bowie."|
|1994-06-19||Makisupa||Kalamazoo, MI||8:23||Excellent version. Reggae sounding and effects laden jam around 2:20 that goes on for a few minutes. A jam resembling a "DDL" jam (which doesn't actually include any loops) emerges around 6:30 out of the vocal reprise, and eventually works its way back into a second vocal reprise.|
|1995-10-27||Runaway Jim||Kalamazoo, MI||9:07||The recording, while imperfect, does well to capture Trey's signature (95) tone, and Page's strong play. The band creates an excellent passage of sustained "calm", which they deftly rebuild before Trey trills the version to a strong peak.|
|1995-10-27||Fluffhead||Kalamazoo, MI||14:40||Evoking all the great sounds of 1995, from Trey's Leslie-infused watery guitar effects, to Fish's booming drums, this excellent version captures the timeless nature of "Fluffhead" at this important point in the band's history. No surprise that The Chase and Who Do? We Do! provide a few minor road bumps, but generally the playing is intense and focused. Clod features some great piano soloing, while all four coalesce to hammer home a powerful Arrival.|
|1995-10-27||Bowie||Kalamazoo, MI||18:17||Fascinating, extraordinarily intense version with some bizarre gibberish vocalized by Trey for a number of measures.|
|1995-10-27||Simple||Kalamazoo, MI||8:53||Very different jam, rocking at first but with descending and unusual harmony from Page, then becoming very spacey and > to "McGrupp."|
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