|1993-08-17||Divided||Kansas City, KS||14:17||Within the context of "Divided Sky," this has a very improvisational, well-played jam with excellent Fish and Trey.|
|1993-08-17||Fluffhead||Kansas City, KS||15:04||Brushing past a wobble or two in The Chase, things really coalesce in Who Do? We Do! Being that it's August '93, you can expect flourishes of improvisation, even in a highly composed song like "Fluffhead." Clod has inventive playing by both Trey and Page. And this Arrival is not to be missed, as Trey and Fish together lead the band into some creatvie musical territory, a trilling, ripping peak, and great cool down, which then reverts to the formal "Fluffhead" ending.|
|1993-08-17||FEFY||Kansas City, KS||6:31||Trey's solo tells a beautiful, soulful story start to finish, before peaking triumphantly. An incredible, transcendent version.|
|1993-08-17||Bowie||Kansas City, KS||18:18||Incredible, extremely "Type II" improvisation which also flows together remarkably well musically. Powerful ending to this masterpiece.|
|1993-08-17||YEM||Kansas City, KS||26:51||Long jam segment.|
|1994-06-13||Esther||Kansas City, KS||9:11||Totally on point, Trey moves the band though this version with verve and tenacity. Instead of modifying his tone, Trey dances through a series of notes, providing a solo not wholly unique (this is not the only of its kind), but perhaps the finest of its nature. A "heavy metal" outro of sorts befits this fine, "exploratory" "Esther."|
|1994-06-13||Reba||Kansas City, KS||13:45||Trey scratches his way into the jam and incites an incredibly infectious groove. Fish works counter as means to inform the beat, and, as Trey begins to play proper, the theme remains the same, and the result is sweet. Page offers perfect fills, while Mike creates a somewhat strange and discordant line (which Trey assumes for several measures), before the band breaks to shape a really unique conclusion which morphs into a totally euphoric release.|
|1994-06-13||Slave||Kansas City, KS||9:15||Thrilling, intense, and very spirited conclusion to this "Slave."|
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