|1991-02-21||Bowie||Charlottesville, VA||12:52||Jam begins with heavy "Manteca"-like jamming, then grows extremely shrill and dissonant.|
|1991-07-24||YEM||Charlottesville, VA||17:04||With the Giant Country Horns! "Wilson" teasing from Mike.|
|1991-07-24||Possum||Charlottesville, VA||8:03||Different intro, different sort of jam. In other words, another solid '91 "Possum."|
|1992-03-25||It's Ice||Charlottesville, VA||9:05||Nice swinging groove on this jam. "Call To The Post" tease by Page.|
|1992-03-25||Reba||Charlottesville, VA||11:31||Yet again, Trey reigns supreme, locking in on another great theme. Totally in control, he deftly adds to this motif an array of surprising riffs, a sprinkling of sparkling notes, and the perfect blend of intensity. This strong playing bleeds into, and through, a soaring peak.|
|1992-03-25||YEM||Charlottesville, VA||17:01||Mike funks up the house. -> to "Setting Sail" in the vocal jam.|
|1992-03-25||Setting Sail||Charlottesville, VA||0:57||-> in from "YEM." Fish sings the "Setting Sail" lyrics while the others continue the "YEM" vocal jam.|
|1992-07-15||SOAMelt||Charlottesville, VA||8:45||Awesome "Type I" version proves "SOAM" doesn't have to leave the song structure to be electrifying and riveting.|
|1992-07-15||Antelope||Charlottesville, VA||11:09||Awesome ripper of a jam with great tension and release, then tension and dissonance reloading.|
|1992-07-15||Stash||Charlottesville, VA||9:42||Excellent straightforward "Stash" with great playing by Trey.|
|1992-07-15||Hood||Charlottesville, VA||12:12||The jam begins in an exhilarating and surprisingly gentle and graceful manner for '92, but consistent with the year, Trey kicks into high gear and rips the ending.|
|1994-10-27||Divided||Charlottesville, VA||16:00||Quite possibly the most dynamic, super-charged version ever performed, which also includes an All Fall Down signal during the "pause." Must-hear material.|
|1994-10-27||Tweezer||Charlottesville, VA||12:14||Very rough in parts, but Trey hits on a pretty cool theme for a minute or two in the jam.|
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