|1995-11-22||Antelope||Landover, MD||11:11||Jam wastes no time dicking around but gets right into intensive and dissonant playing. Great Page and Fish.|
|1995-11-22||Free||Landover, MD||33:02||The second extended, highly improvisational "Free." This one is a monster with several movements well beyond "Free" proper and "No Quarter" teases and a "BATR" tease. -> to "Llama." Must-hear.|
|1997-12-28||Julius||Landover, MD||10:57||Nice mellow groovy jam that has some decent stylistic variation.|
|1997-12-28||Cities||Landover, MD||8:21||Mike and Page add a lot to the richly funky jam that becomes very repetitious, with Trey playing in a staccato manner.|
|1997-12-28||Runaway Jim||Landover, MD||14:11||The jam breaks into a nice funky groove around 8:00 and gradually winds down into space with delay effects.|
|1997-12-28||Axilla||Landover, MD||9:39||A low-key and at times melodic and serene outro jam emerges from the standard before > to a solid "Simple."|
|1997-12-28||Simple||Landover, MD||13:27||Jam begins in traditional fashion but eventually there's a somewhat inexplicable key modulation from Trey. A very unusual version that also includes Page on clavinet for a stretch.|
|1997-12-28||SOAMule||Landover, MD||11:42||Guitar and piano jam with "Roundabout" teases instead of traditional Mule Duel. Eventually the whole band joins in quiet but suspenseful jam that is quality music.|
|1997-12-28||Halley's||Landover, MD||12:49||A crisp, tight, high energy jam - the band is really locked in on this one. Shorter than some, but well worth the visit!|
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