|1995-12-07||Slave||Niagara Falls, NY||12:33||Unusual mid first set placement. Trey hits on a great riff that he molds as the jam develops. The band really stretches this one out, with unbelievable intensity even before mounting the final peak. One for the ages.|
|1995-12-07||Possum||Niagara Falls, NY||13:43||Multiple peaks that grow increasingly intense. Fish and Page are especially dynamic, with Page briefly on the B-3.|
|1995-12-07||SOAMelt||Niagara Falls, NY||16:46||Sick wrecking ball version that will pound your head. Start with some "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" jamming to warm up. On to improvisational twists and turns, a tense, hammering peak, and a somewhat bizarre ending. Very demented.|
|1995-12-07||Reba||Niagara Falls, NY||14:23||If 9/30 and 11/29 are fast, the Niagara "Reba" is faster. While the composed section suffers, the jam is crazy, relentless, rife with rich fills, crazy intensity, and the whacked sentiment of the set-opening "SOAM." This late second-set version sees Trey creating huge sustain which bleeds into a spacey, unusual outro. Really cool.|
|1995-12-07||Julius||Niagara Falls, NY||6:44||Only known version with a Page-only solo.|
|1995-12-07||Mike's||Niagara Falls, NY||17:24||Compared to the preceding version, this one begins in a less frenzied state, but builds up pretty good head of steam, including "Crossroads"-like jamming. The 2nd jam begins with Trey mini kit action, until 11:40, when Trey returns to his main instrument, transforming the rhythmic oriented jam into hose-filled, "Weekapaug"-like, major mode celebration. -> to a great "Weekapaug"/"DDL Jam."|
|1995-12-07||Weekapaug||Niagara Falls, NY||7:02||"Mike's -> Weekapaug -> Digital Delay Loop Jam." Incredible sequence of music with an inspired but straightforward "Weekapaug" in between stellar works of improvisational play.|
|1995-12-07||Digital Delay Loop Jam||Niagara Falls, NY||6:31||-> in from "Weekapaug." After a spirited and uplifting "Mike's Groove," the "DDL" Jam provides a chilly, eerie ending to this epic multi-part jam.|
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