|1992-04-21||SOAMelt||Eureka, CA||10:37||Very improvisational and exploratory jam with excellent dynamics modulation. Awesome Mike and Trey.|
|1992-04-21||Possum||Eureka, CA||12:42||Extended intro with many signals and "DEG" teases. Great jam that has a nice swingy feel to it before going full throttle.|
|1992-04-21||It's Ice||Eureka, CA||9:05||Good jam and nice work by Page on the Hammond B-3. Segue to "Eliza."|
|1992-04-21||Tweezer||Eureka, CA||13:31||Very melodic, enchanting jam in part. Still among the coolest versions in history.|
|1992-04-21||Mike's||Eureka, CA||7:56||Played at slightly slower tempo, the jam includes great Mike, "HYHU"-like jamming, then a tense, spiraling jam. The 2nd jam has some unusual descending riffs, dissonance, and more spiraling tension.|
|1992-04-21||Weekapaug||Eureka, CA||8:56||Simmers at a rather low intensity early on with Trey's playing noticeably restrained. The jam works its way into an improvisational segment with building tension, after which the expected musical fireworks go off. Includes teases of "Happy Birthday to You" and "Linus and Lucy" as well as a birthday announcement from Trey.|
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