|1990-05-23||Tweezer||Richmond, VA||11:17||Amusing opening (lyrical) section.|
|1991-02-20||Tweezer||Richmond, VA||11:09||Listen to Fish HOWL.|
|1992-07-16||Bowie||Richmond, VA||14:04||"Blue Bayou" jam, followed by a nice swinging, blues tinged jam that sounds remarkably similar to "My Soul." Rages after that.|
|1992-07-16||Weekapaug||Richmond, VA||8:03||1992 is a solid year for "Weekapaug." Just check out this excellent, improvisational version which includes a "Blue Bayou" tease/jam and lots of other good stuff.|
|1994-06-30||SOAMelt||Richmond, VA||11:42||High power, high intensity improvisational jam includes unusual Trey vocals near the end and a really cool ending.|
|1994-06-30||Antelope||Richmond, VA||12:47||Far-ranging jam that gets well beyond standard "Antelope." Incredibly intense but not chaotic. Great strumming by Trey in the peak section.|
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