|1991-04-20||Reba||Rochester, NY||11:56||Terrific, soaring Trey, complimented by full-band play with the musicians working in concert through a calculated passage of metered time and measured space.|
|1991-09-27||It's Ice||Rochester, NY||9:21||Some excellent tension building by Page and Trey in the jam segment.|
|1991-09-27||Possum||Rochester, NY||8:43||Great rock-the-house version with excellent Mike and Fish. While not highly improvisational, it's just solid through and through, and includes amusing banter before the song.|
|1991-09-27||Suzy||Rochester, NY||5:12||Great Page and Fish on this rocking version, who briefly drive the ship into out of bounds territory. Timing may be longer due to a cut in the recording.|
|1993-02-09||Bowie||Rochester, NY||12:27||Jam sounds like it's peaking, but at 9:10 this "Bowie" heads out for more dissonant and exploratory jamming.|
|1993-02-09||Wedge||Rochester, NY||6:24||A modified, percussive intro provides a glimpse of the form the song will soon assume. A strong outro, featuring great work from Trey and Page, highlights an evolutionary marker in the development of this song.|
|1993-02-09||Esther||Rochester, NY||10:16||Signal-laden intro with fun stop / start playing. Trey even seems to sing with a sense of urgency, before great soloing gives way to thoughtful and inspired full-band playing.|
|1993-02-09||Weekapaug||Rochester, NY||9:51||The jam goes "Type II" almost immediately, seamlesessly alternating between standard melodic "Weekapaug" jamming and sparser, dissonant sections found throughout '93 and '94. Very strong improvisation within the context of "Weekapaug."|
|1993-02-09||Stash||Rochester, NY||10:20||By far the most exploratory and different jam through this date. Very innovative and very excellent. Unfinished.|
|1997-12-11||DwD||Rochester, NY||19:54||High octane jam flames out at 11:00 into an excellent Page and Mike led minimalist groove which -> to "Maze." There is also a -> "DwD" from "Ghost" later in this show to complete the earlier, unfinished version.|
|1997-12-11||LxL||Rochester, NY||10:36||Superlative even among the standouts. The best "Limbs" build to a peak that reaches the stratosphere, then gradually work back down to earth. Listen to this version for a prime example.|
|1997-12-11||Drowned||Rochester, NY||21:17||The jam keeps up a pretty good head of steam until about 12:00 when it settles into 9 minutes of high quality '97-style space funk/quiet bliss enhanced with delay effects. -> to "Roses Are Free."|
|1997-12-11||Ghost||Rochester, NY||16:26||Blazing, rocking funk which -> to a "DwD" reprise. [A good, funky jam settles into some low-key grooving, then gradually develops a full head of steam, igniting into a blistering, raging eclipse which -> to "DwD Reprise."]|
|1999-12-05||Jibboo||Rochester, NY||10:04||A strong, prototypical '99 "Gotta Jibboo," with patient and careful Trey/Page interplay at first, a smooth and linear - but predictable - build up in energy and tension, and culmination in an intense, if somewhat short peak. One of the strongest standard '99 "Jibboos."|
|1999-12-05||Taste||Rochester, NY||12:55||The closest thing to a "jammed out" version of "Taste" (before 2017), as the band stretches Trey's solo out into a very extended and mellow groove, before returning to more familiar ground.|
|1999-12-05||Twist||Rochester, NY||11:58||Wild improv in this excellent, thrilling set closer that peaks well.|
|1999-12-05||Meatstick||Rochester, NY||14:14||Loosely segues out of "Mike's" and includes a very atypical jam that "goes type II" and RAGES before eventually cooling down, spacing-out, and seguing well into "Hydrogen."|
|2013-10-22||SOAMule||Rochester, NY||10:05||Page solo > Fish on Marimba Lumina in a weird but cool and spacey jam > klezmer > "old school" chanting by Mike > end.|
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