|2010-07-03||Caspian||Alpharetta, GA||8:52||> in from "R&R." Band breaks away from typical fare at about 6:00 into a quiet but pulsing and rhythmic jam that transitions nicely into "Tweezer."|
|2010-07-03||Tweezer||Alpharetta, GA||13:12||Reaches a pretty good peak and segues beautifully into "Slave."|
|2010-07-04||Killing in the Name||Alpharetta, GA||4:49||> in from "Harpua." This song rocks and kicks ass! > back to "Harpua."|
|2011-06-15||Foam||Alpharetta, GA||7:45||Strong group play during Page's riveting solo, followed by a nice handoff to Trey who leads the boys in an inspired build-up.|
|2011-06-15||Timber||Alpharetta, GA||6:40||The band powers through this version with added verve and tenacity. Trey's intense playing is particularly on-point, the jam arriving at a bona fide peak before boiling over and cooling down.|
|2011-06-15||Julius||Alpharetta, GA||9:31||The band does a nice job here of bringing the jam down nice and low, before raising it back up high at the end.|
|2013-07-16||R&R||Alpharetta, GA||11:17||Short but good jam which breaks into a nice, snappy rhythmic groove, settles some, rebuilds and grows funky before -> to only the 2nd ever performance of Led Zeppelin's "Heartbreaker."|
|2013-07-16||Heartbreaker||Alpharetta, GA||3:37||-> in from "Rock And Roll." Nice funky take on this Led Zeppelin tune follows a funky "Rock And Roll" jam. -> to "Makisupa."|
|2013-07-16||CDT||Alpharetta, GA||9:52||Compact, but musically loaded version with major mode playing and quieter musings > to "Wilson."|
|2013-07-17||Divided||Alpharetta, GA||15:19||Some very delicate playing by Trey and great teaming with Page in this solid, summertime version.|
|2014-08-03||Gumbo||Alpharetta, GA||7:14||Short but sweet. The first jammed Gumbo since 7/22/03 hits a funky groove with Mike on synth and a nice little peak.|
|2014-08-03||CDT||Alpharetta, GA||13:12||Excellent and improvisational "CDT" which shifts modes and themes multiple times and has an upward sloping sense of momentum and energy. Great -> to "Scents & Subtle Sounds."|
|2014-08-03||Hood||Alpharetta, GA||14:18||The band has fun, as Trey plays duets with Mike, Fish, and Page. Then Mike plays the fight bell while Trey plays rhythm on the mike. Once fully back in "Hood," the jam breaks into minor mode, recalling the strong exploratory versions from earlier in the summer.|
|2016-10-21||BOTT||Alpharetta, GA||7:32||> from "AC/DC Bag," the band is quick to capitalize upon the vibe, and creates a soupy, "southern" groove. Page keeps everyone on point; Mike and Fish provide great break back beats; and Trey shows considerable patience and restraint, bending notes and shaping his tone, his soloing adding extra swagger to the strong, straightforward play which drives this version to a close.|
|2016-10-21||DwD||Alpharetta, GA||21:08||Trey dominates early, powering the band through familiar ground and creating an "old school" vibe. From here, several distinct improvisational sections emerge, with strong contributions by everyone, including a masterful Marimba Lumina section a la Trey.|
|2016-10-21||Winterqueen||Alpharetta, GA||8:35||Airy and introspective, Mike and Fish create a space which Trey and Page fill with truly dynamic interplay. Great guitar drives this version to a strong conclusion.|
|2016-10-22||Simple||Alpharetta, GA||16:01||The first "Simple" of Fall Tour picks up right where Dick's left off. The jam moves to dark but mellow space, and after some probing, Trey finds a magical riff that he just won't let go. By the 11 minute mark, his bandmates have all hopped the gravy train and the gearshift is set for Interstellar Overdrive. Fishman aptly suggests "Saw It Again" in the post-peak decompression, but Trey has other ideas (> "46 Days").|
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