|1995-10-07||Possum||Spokane, WA||12:02||Very solid "Possum" with building tension and moderate dissonance. Great variation and trilling by Trey, and a sweet peak.|
|1995-10-07||SOAMelt||Spokane, WA||15:41||Just a good solid, improvisational and well played version with tension, pulsing rhythm, and a creative ending section too.|
|1995-10-07||It's Ice||Spokane, WA||10:43||Although Page dominated, the jam has contributions from all band members in a somewhat dissonant, but atypically melodic, and chilling, version.|
|1995-10-07||Hood||Spokane, WA||16:03||A heartfelt and moving version with beautiful soloing by Trey, who briefly plays without amplification. Then the jam builds to a powerful '95 peak, but is unfinished with a crazy crescendo of sound instead of the closing refrain.|
|1996-11-22||Caspian||Spokane, WA||9:15||> in from "DwD." After some nice melodic work from Trey, the jam hits on a riff and theme common in '96 versions. Beautiful, extended breakdown section follows prior to closing chords and > to "Maze."|
|1996-11-22||Slave||Spokane, WA||10:32||After some solid but typical early play, Trey shifts to strumming chords in the middle section, nicely giving space to Mike. Page shines while jumping from piano to the B-3 as the power cranks up, and all four are in sync as they push the jam to a full power peak.|
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