|1995-10-19||Mike's||Kansas City, MO||14:30||A Page and Mike heavy 1st jam, in which Trey hangs very much in the background. In the 2nd jam, screeching play from Trey and B-3 fills from Page compliment the funky, rhythmic base. Then there's a 3rd jam of sorts at 9:50, which features Trey retaking the lead in a plucky and upbeat conclusion.|
|1995-10-19||Weekapaug||Kansas City, MO||13:12||The jam goes "Type II" midway through for several minutes of foreboding exploration, during which Fish really stands out. Unfinished with "Dreaming" and "Keyboard Army" teases.|
|1996-11-19||Loving Cup||Kansas City, MO||7:12||Trey rips it up and closes the FIRST set in a fiery fashion!|
|1996-11-19||Gin||Kansas City, MO||19:17||A well played "Type I" jam morphs into a funky Page-led multiple keyboard show (with Trey on the mini percussion kit). At 16:10, Trey jumps back on guitar, leading a soaring jam which works back to "Gin" and -> to "Vibration of Life."|
|1996-11-19||YEM||Kansas City, MO||25:38||"Groove is in the Heart" jam.|
|2012-08-22||Stash||Kansas City, MO||13:42||A very good version that shifts back and forth between minor and major modes, creating tension between dark and bright.|
|2015-08-05||DwD||Kansas City, MO||20:41||The band seems content to keep the majority of this jam in a low key state of quieter musing. A few energy upticks along the way to an eventually rocking peak, but this is largely a settled, chill out jam without the now typical bliss section(s).|
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