|1987-08-09||Burlington, VT||Debut. No recording available.|
|1987-08-10||Burlington, VT||4:58||First recorded version includes the lyrical section and a very brief closing following the final refrain.|
|1993-08-09||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||6:11||Diverges from the standard outro into a tense little jam before > to "Split Open And Melt."|
|1993-08-15||Louisville, KY||6:33||Playful improvisation in the outro with Mike taking the lead melodically. > to "Paul and Silas."|
|1993-08-21||Salt Lake City, UT||6:55||With Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, who add some extra flavor to this outro. > to "Llama."|
|1993-08-26||Portland, OR||6:16||A menacing outro jam with an accelerated tempo which sets the mood for the fantastic "Split Open And Melt" that follows.|
|1994-04-16||Amherst, MA||6:02||Trey and Page carry the lead while the rhythm section starts and stops several times before grinding to a halt.|
|1994-04-29||Clearwater, FL||5:45||All band members play a flurry of notes several times before the > to "Uncle Pen."|
|1995-10-24||Madison, WI||5:48||Delays/effects and -> to "Llama."|
|1996-08-14||Hershey, PA||6:04||Great -> into "Poor Heart."|
|1996-11-02||West Palm Beach, FL||5:35||Karl Perazzo on percussion. -> to "Taste."|
|1997-11-19||Champaign, IL||8:43||Ethereal outro with "Meatstick" quotes and a -> to a hot "Antelope."|
|1998-07-05||Prague, Czech Republic||12:49||The verses are flubbed badly but Trey and the band make up for it with a unique jam. It's percussive, funky, and a little goofy, but definitely very Phishy. -> to "Water In The Sky."|
|1998-08-11||Burgettstown, PA||8:27||A nicely stretched out version of a typical outro in this classic pairing of "Fee" > "Maze."|
|1999-07-08||Virginia Beach, VA||21:18||The outro sticks to the "Fee" framework until 9 minutes when Fish picks up the beat, leading to an upbeat segment filled with the blissfull, atmospheric style of jamming that is so representative of the '99 sound. Eventually returns to Earth at 20 minutes and winds down to close. In the realm of "Fee" jams, this weasel reigns supreme.|
|1999-09-10||George, WA||7:45||Similar to the typical harmonics-laced outro, but Fish is more active and Trey's playing is also atypical.|
|2003-02-14||Inglewood, CA||10:54||Outro evolves into a beautiful calypso style jam that grows more abstract with delay effects. -> into "Taste."|
|2003-07-29||Burgettstown, PA||7:51||"Maze" tease in a jam that sticks close to the normal outro with an added repeating riff from Trey. Page also contributes on the synthesizer before the -> into "Timber."|
|2009-06-07||Camden, NJ||9:20||Like 7/5/98, a vocal flub leads to an extended outro jam that quickly moves beyond the norm. Page's ambient effects and Trey's use of the whammy pedal combine to create a jam that is reminiscent of the late '90's sound.|
|2010-08-12||Noblesville, IN||5:14||First appearance of the megaphone since 2/25/97. Also includes sirens at the beginning and end of the song.|
|2010-10-10||Broomfield, CO||6:40||Sirens over a rolling outro with nice contributions from Mike and Page. > to "Makisupa Policeman."|
|2010-10-24||Amherst, MA||6:27||Another stretched out, harmonics-filled outro with added sirens and synthesizer. Excellent -> to "Time Turns Elastic."|
|2011-06-05||Cincinnati, OH||7:18||A serene outro, similar to 7/29/03. > into "Backwards Down the Number Line."|
|2012-07-01||East Troy, WI||11:50||This patient and cohesive jam covers a lot of ground in a relatively short period of time. Excellent and Must-Hear.|
|2013-10-27||Hartford, CT||6:49||Slightly extended outro with nice melodic contributions from Mike. > to "Maze".|
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