|1993-08-21||Stash||Salt Lake City, UT||14:58||Extremely improvisational, with multiple movements. Perhaps lacking the melodic grandeur of 8/15/93, it is nonetheless stunning, fly-by-the-seat-of-the-pants exploration.|
|1993-08-21||Runaway Jim||Salt Lake City, UT||10:36||Very improvisational, dissonant and chaotic version.|
|1993-08-21||Possum||Salt Lake City, UT||10:04||Still August '93, so "Possum" is still exploratory as far as "Possums" go. The jam starts off a little odd, then comes back to a more "normal" mode. Has a cool slow down section plus Mike singing falsetto/extra low. (*skip in tape, timing inexact).|
|1993-08-21||Fee||Salt Lake City, UT||6:55||With Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, who add some extra flavor to this outro. > to "Llama."|
|1993-08-21||Llama||Salt Lake City, UT||4:42||> from a terrific "Fee," and featuring Bela Fleck on electric banjo, Victor Wooten on bass, and Roy "Future Man" Wooten on drumitar, here's one of the coolest versions you've "ever heard." While sticking close to "Llama" proper, the musicians gel wonderfully, offering up a wonderful passage of chill improvisation, which offsets traditional fire play.|
|1993-08-21||Bowie||Salt Lake City, UT||12:34||Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. "Bowie" -> "MLB" Jam -> "Bowie." Very improvisational version, really no surprise given the month and year. And the Flecktones are no slouches when it comes to improvisation. Nothing like Victor Wooten and Mike going at it, or Bela and Trey.|
|1993-08-21||Mind Left Body Jam||Salt Lake City, UT||1:03||-> in from "DB." Phish and Bela Fleck and the Flecktones team up for a little "Mind Left Body" jamming. -> back to "DB."|
|1993-08-21||Bowie||Salt Lake City, UT||1:32||-> in from "MLB" Jam. Returns to "Bowie" to conclude this dynamic, exploratory version with Phish and Bela Fleck and the Flecktones teaming up for group improvisation.|
|1993-08-21||Jam||Salt Lake City, UT||2:09||With Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. Fish and Future Man play around with rhythm, then the others join in a low-key jam.|
|1994-06-09||It's Ice||Salt Lake City, UT||9:11||Good rocking jam with excellent Fish and solid Trey (of course Page is great).|
|1994-06-09||Mike's||Salt Lake City, UT||10:43||The 1st jam is rocking and ass kicking, with a clever little "Tweeprise"-like walk up. The 2nd jam is basically a non-vocal version of something very "Simple"-like. Just listen and you'll hear it. The return to "Mike's" has more crazed '94 scream-infused power action.|
|1995-06-08||Runaway Jim||Salt Lake City, UT||9:21||After some "Third Stone From The Sun" (Hendrix) teases from Trey, this one gets out beyond the norm.|
|1995-06-08||Caspian||Salt Lake City, UT||4:28||Debut includes a short instrumental bridge. The ending jam section and closing chords were added in 1996.|
|1995-06-08||Tweezer||Salt Lake City, UT||22:40||Another wacky "type II" version that is worth hearing if you're an aficionado of Phish improv.|
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