|1995-10-14||Stash||Austin, TX||18:10||Some cool quiet playing early on, then the jam veers away from the norm into some deep exploration. A different animal than the creatures from '93 - '94. No big peak, instead the jam dissipates with a -> to "Catapult."|
|1995-10-14||It's Ice||Austin, TX||9:11||Features a spacey and psychedelic jam.|
|1995-10-14||Runaway Jim||Austin, TX||9:05||Quickly gets beyond "Jim" into a driving, percussive and intense jam.|
|1995-10-14||Reba||Austin, TX||14:54||Great "Reba" not far removed from some of 1994's finest (10/18; 10/26). Expansive and far-ranging, the band plays quietly and patiently, covering a lot of ground, and working as one to incorporate calculated, dynamic melodies, and extended passages of sustained grace.|
|1995-10-14||YEM||Austin, TX||28:17||With Medeski, Martin & Wood! (no B&D, no VJ)|
|1995-10-14||SOAMule||Austin, TX||12:02||Scat singing and playing by Trey in response to Page's solo. Another long Page solo. Prayer-like chanting from Mike before return to lyrics.|
|1997-07-26||LxL||Austin, TX||11:40||In addition to hosting Bob Gullotti on a second drum set, the boys bust out the Funk towards the end of this version - an extremely rare style for a "Limb" jam.|
|1997-07-26||YEM||Austin, TX||16:42||"Willie the Pimp" tease just before the segue into "Izabella." (No B&D, no VJ.)|
|1997-07-26||Timber Ho||Austin, TX||16:47||Bob Gullotti on a second drum set. Set II opener takes the typical "Timber" jam, extends it and cools it down a bit to a more mellow groove while maintaining a good rhythmic pulse. Never loses the dark "Timber" vibe.|
|1998-07-25||Ya Mar||Austin, TX||16:35||Awesome top notch version. Following the customary Page and Trey solos, the band breaks into a low key, slighty funky, slighty ambient jam with a feel-good summer vibe. Then the jam takes on a darker but more energized tone.|
|1999-09-24||Wolfman's||Austin, TX||18:55||Great, multi-section version, including some enchanting, melodic, and "Gin"-like hose jamming from 11:50 - 14:15 with fantastic playing by Page. From here, the jam grows delicate, spacey, and -> to "The Lizards."|
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