|1992-03-31||Stash||Columbia, MO||10:22||Unusually long version for this time period. Although largely straightforward, the jam features some great stacatto plucking by Trey and great tension building.|
|1994-11-22||Funky Bitch||Columbia, MO||6:08||Intense but straightforward version which -> to an incredible and classic Fall '94 "Jam," labeled as "Columbia Jam" on Live Phish Vol. 18.|
|1994-11-22||Jam||Columbia, MO||22:08||A MUST-HEAR incredible jam that -> in from "Funky Bitch." Very improvisational with multiple sections, it defies easy description except that it's classic Fall '94 jamming. -> "Yerushalayim Shel Zahav."|
|1994-11-22||Yerushalayim Shel Zahav||Columbia, MO||2:04||-> in from "Jam," an incredible and MUST-HEAR classic 1994 improvisational performance. This Hebrew folk song provides a fitting ending to this iconic jam.|
|1994-11-22||Runaway Jim||Columbia, MO||6:30||Short but excellent version quickly exits the typical jam in favor of a rocking, blues-infused jam which -> to a crazed "BBFCFM."|
|1994-11-22||BBFCFM||Columbia, MO||7:02||-> in from "Runaway Jim." WILD version with extra screaming, silliness, profanity, and a bluegrass ending.|
|1994-11-22||Hood||Columbia, MO||12:46||Played by audience request, the jam features an improvisational early section, a fantastic build up, and wonderful peak.|
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