|1995-12-01||Mike's||Hershey, PA||20:16||A driving and furied 1st jam leads off. The 2nd begins with a somewhat dark sentiment, buffeted by an intense rhythmic sense. The jam then quiets briefly, before regaining its propulsive high energy nature. At 15:00, Page takes the lead, adding '95-style funk, while Trey opts for the mini kit. At the end, Trey returns to guitar to lead a clean -> to "Weekapaug," the first ever "Mike's"/"Weekapaug" pairing.|
|1995-12-01||Weekapaug||Hershey, PA||8:28||-> from "Mike's Song" (1st time ever), and played in a different key than normal. Despite some issues with the key change, the jam contains a beautiful, melodic theme.|
|1996-08-14||Jam||Hershey, PA||4:47||-> in from "Wilson." A very good, badass, dissonant and mildly funky jam emerges that grows spacey and > to "DwD."|
|1996-08-14||Fee||Hershey, PA||6:04||Great -> into "Poor Heart."|
|1996-08-14||Reba||Hershey, PA||13:56||With the Clifford Ball looming, the band throws down a version suitable for any festival. Fast and frenetic, the band channels some inner-Fall 1995 and plays powerfully and without reservation, racing through the composed section to jam with added verve and tenacity. A signature moment from summer tour's surprise show.|
|1996-08-14||Runaway Jim||Hershey, PA||15:14||Jam gets nicely beyond "Jim," returns, then breaks into some percussive jamming with Trey on the mini kit. Unfinished with > to "YEM."|
|1996-08-14||Tweezer||Hershey, PA||19:20||A must-hear ending to this version which is "type II" in part.|
|2000-09-15||Piper||Hershey, PA||20:08||Fishman's tempo driven percussion work moves this dark other-worldly spacious jam along.|
|2000-09-15||Tube||Hershey, PA||17:36||This incredible jam begins with fast-paced funk, while the jam reprise moves into type 2 territory with a space groove before reaching a rocking climax. > into "When the Circus Comes". Longest Tube to date.|
|2000-09-15||Jam||Hershey, PA||0:00||See Tube Jamming Chart.|
|2010-06-13||Drowned||Hershey, PA||11:49||Fish and Mike propel this shorter, funky version along. Nice work by all four, and restraint by Trey adds to the overall quality. This is really quite a good version.|
|2010-06-13||YEM||Hershey, PA||21:14||Excellent peak in the jam and Mike is awesome!!|
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