|2009-06-12||Manchester, TN||15:18||The first "Type II" version. Led by Trey, the jam slowly drifts from the typical blues-rock into a whammy-filled, major-key groove not unlike the famous 7/10/99 "CDT" in spots. Ends with a -> to "Free."|
|2011-05-27||Bethel, NY||12:48||A real hybrid that combines suave major mode playing with the expected minor rock.|
|2011-09-03||Commerce City, CO||11:03||A smoking "Type I" version that keeps on rocking after the final lyrics and concludes with a spacey outro jam that > to "2001."|
|2012-06-22||Cincinnati, OH||11:21||Includes an eerie outro full of creepy effects that sounds like it was taken right out of the IT festival and transitions (>) to an equally menacing "Twist."|
|2012-07-08||Saratoga Springs, NY||10:44||Intense "Type I" jamming continues after the final lyrics before dipping into some darker playing that quickly brightens before ending with a -> to "MFMF."|
|2014-10-28||San Francisco, CA||13:22||The jam begins at a less frenetic pace than usual, before Trey's delay work and minor chording lead the jam into uncharted territory. At the 9 minute mark, the jam goes fully "Type II," and then turns ambient before > to "Mountains In The Mist."|
|2015-07-31||Atlanta, GA||22:37||The longest and most exploratory version to date. Strong finish via some "Tweezer Reprise"-esque jamming.|
|2015-12-31||New York, NY||13:38||Around 6:30, Trey leads this one into the "Type II" zone, where it remains for the duration as it drifts through some low-key psychedelia before a > to "Piper".|
|2018-07-28||Inglewood, CA||10:56||Flirts with major-key play early on, reverts back to minor with Trey employing an organ-like tone, and then breaks into some immensely upbeat jamming until the final chorus.|
|2019-06-26||Bangor, ME||11:06||Fairly intense but inbounds playing continues until 6:45 brings a shift to a warmer, more relaxed zone which gives Page and Mike space to step up before Trey brings things back to a rocking finish.|
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