|1992-04-12||Reba||Tucson, AZ||11:58||Cool Fish throughout the composed section, with fun fills from Page. Mike and Fish create a very musical, yet laid-back foundation, which Trey uses to great effect, his playing concentrated, focused, and somewhat subdued. Cerebral. More great percussion propels Trey to enter a passage akin to (but not exactly like) stop-start playing, before the musicians gel to work through a build featuring full-band "DEG"-like playing and a legit peak.|
|1992-04-12||Antelope||Tucson, AZ||13:06||Very cool and very exploratory jam unfolds that gets far, far away from "Antelope" before spiralling into a sick peak.|
|1994-05-12||Maze||Tucson, AZ||10:53||> in from "Fee." Ghostly and diabolical. All kinds of wailing screams from Trey's guitar push this one over the top.|
|1994-05-12||Gin||Tucson, AZ||9:53||Very exploratory right off the bat with a good, rocking and percussive jam. Returns to "Gin" in the end, but in a seriously rocking manner with a -> to "Lizards."|
|1994-05-12||Fluffhead||Tucson, AZ||13:56||There's something special about the band from Vermont playing in the desert, and this "Fluffhead" is no exception. An extremely tight, well-executed version, this one is also a straight out rocker, without any sense of the late '90s more mellow approach to this song. Trey fires off a cool "Bring It On Home" tease and provides edgy contrast to Page in Clod, while Arrival is compact, but thanks to Fish et. al., IT will kick your ass.|
|1994-05-12||Possum||Tucson, AZ||11:43||Intense, powerful version with a "Bring It On Home" tease (Willie Dixon song popularized by Led Zeppelin) in the intro. The jam incldes a "Give Me Back My Wig" tease (Hound Dog Taylor) from 5:23 - 5:46.|
|1999-09-21||Vultures||Tucson, AZ||12:05||If not quite a carrion, than perhaps a clarion call to the desert's mystic surroundings. Trey breaks from the vocals to launch an all-out assault, his signature 1999 tone on full display. After setting a loop, Trey's beautiful, patterned soloing, artfully phrased, is matched by Page, with Mike soon leading the band through deep and cerebral play. Fish's perfect off-beat and stylized play soon smooths, with Trey's cool, slashing chording informing the -> "LxL". Awesome.|
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