|1994-05-17||Runaway Jim||Santa Barbara, CA||8:17||More great tone with Trey quickly breaking to solo, alternating between rapid-fire play and measured blasts of sustain. Fish picks up the pattern, with the musicians swapping ideas. Trey then really, really, leans into his pedal to shape his sound, with the band breaking to peak before the song's closing refrain. Cool version, and a sign of things to come.|
|2014-10-21||CDT||Santa Barbara, CA||15:49||A very nice jam which gradually works away from the standard. Fish keeps the rhythm largely grounded in "CDT" while the others explore an interesting, pleasant landscape.|
|2014-10-22||Winterqueen||Santa Barbara, CA||8:10||The jam section sounds a bit more like an actual jam, a little beyond the typical instrumental section. And Trey has scaled back on the pitch shifter by this point, which is a good thing.|
|2014-10-22||Drowned||Santa Barbara, CA||14:28||First '14 version bears resemblance to several "CDTs" from Summer '14 which range widely, but never latch onto a consistent groove, although this ends in good dark terrain.|
|2014-10-22||Theme||Santa Barbara, CA||10:22||A typically fluid "Theme" jam takes a turn from the bottom to the side with an "Echoes"-like (Pink Floyd) jam, replete with Gilmour licks, before sliding and modulating seamlessly -> Steam.|
|2014-10-22||SOAMule||Santa Barbara, CA||10:47||A wild one. Page's solo is more of a crazed Page/Trey duet. Fish follows on Marimba Lumina with ghoulish howling by others > klezmer > weird Mike chanting > conclusion.|
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