Jam Chart for Digital Delay Loop Jam (7 entries)

Date City Timing Notes
1994-04-08 State College, PA 1:37 -> in from "It's Ice." The debut of the "Digital Delay Loop" jam is performed at the beginning of the "Ice" jam. -> back to "It's Ice" for more excellent "Ice"-type jamming.
1994-05-07 Dallas, TX 6:02 -> in from "Makisupa." "Tweezer"-like jamming emerges from the basic "DDL Jam." The Tweezerfest continues...
1994-11-28 Bozeman, MT 1:10 -> in from an epic "Tweezer." This iconic sounding jam fits perfectly midway through this incredible "Tweezer."
1994-12-29 Providence, RI 3:15 Even for a "DDL" Jam, this one is unusual, with an added psychological edge to it. Appropriate warm up section which -> to a mind-blowing, classic and MUST-HEAR "Bowie."
1995-12-07 Niagara Falls, NY 6:31 -> in from "Weekapaug." After a spirited and uplifting "Mike's Groove," the "DDL" Jam provides a chilly, eerie ending to this epic multi-part jam.
1995-12-31 New York, NY 5:05 -> in from a stellar "Mike's Song." The dark and brooding nature of this jam serves as a fitting close for this historic Set II, before an improvisational and uplifting "Weekapaug" opens Set III.
1997-08-17 Limestone, ME 3:50 -> in from "SOAMule." The "DDL" Jam is just part of an incredibly improvisational "Mule."
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
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