|2010-10-20||Antelope||Utica, NY||12:14||Arguably the most improvisational version in 15 years, with multiple sections and "Guyute" teases taboot. Fish is critical here in promoting shifts in the rhythmic structure throughout the jam. Check it out!|
|2010-10-20||SOAMelt||Utica, NY||7:23||This version bookends an improvisational "SOAM" -> "Have Mercy" > "Piper" -> "SOAM," one of the best jams of 2010. The "SOAM" jam quickly shifts into a quiet, dreamy, major mode section before the segue, then cleans up after "Piper."|
|2010-10-20||Have Mercy||Utica, NY||6:29||Part of an improvisational "SOAM" -> "Have Mercy" > "Piper" -> "SOAM," one of the best jams of 2010. "Have Mercy" includes some improvisational and very upbeat jamming beyond the standard.|
|2010-10-20||Piper||Utica, NY||9:33||Good jam in this version, part of a "SOAM-Have Mercy-Piper-SOAM" sandwich. "BOAF" tease.|
|2010-10-20||SOAMelt||Utica, NY||1:26||Completes the "SOAM" -> "Have Mercy" > "Piper" -> "SOAM" sandwich.|
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