|1994-10-20||SOAMelt||St. Petersburg, FL||8:00||"SOAM" -> "Kung" -> "SOAM." The jam itself is decent, dissonant, and moderately exploratory.|
|1994-10-20||Kung||St. Petersburg, FL||2:00||-> in from "SOAM," -> back to "SOAM."|
|1994-10-20||SOAMelt||St. Petersburg, FL||2:33||-> in from "Kung" to complete this "SOAM" sandwich.|
|1994-10-20||Maze||St. Petersburg, FL||12:27||-> in from "Lengthwise." Page shines for an extended section starting at 3:15 through 5:00, where the jam goes from near silence to a more predictable jam. Fish's driving play keeps things at a breakneck speed. The jam ends with soaring licks from Trey.|
|1994-10-20||Hood||St. Petersburg, FL||19:48||The first seriously "Type II" "Hood" includes some very experimental jamming. Parts of this exploration are mildly dissonant and very un-"Hood"-like, while other sections are quite spectacular. The "Type I" ending is first rate.|
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