|1990-10-06||Possum||Port Chester, NY||10:12||Improvisational jamming is spread throughout, as if in step with the musical ideas flowing from the mind of Trey.|
|1990-11-24||Possum||Port Chester, NY||8:22||Some nice "Manteca" teases/jamming. Mike is really awesome on this one.|
|1990-11-24||Bowie||Port Chester, NY||12:06||Vicious tension and dissonance building. A great short version with teases taboot.|
|1991-04-27||Possum||Port Chester, NY||8:18||Great intro and a nice and different jam with cool staccato picking by Trey.|
|1991-04-27||Tweezer||Port Chester, NY||10:02||Very strong early version. "Dr. Q" on the bass! Trey teases "Sweet Emotion."|
|1991-11-30||Llama||Port Chester, NY||4:42||Unfrickenbelievable.|
|1991-11-30||Brother||Port Chester, NY||6:02||After a gentle, settling "Squirming Coil", we have something akin to a combination of "Carini" and "46 Days" on steroids, except that this "Brother" was performed 6 years before either of those beasts were hatched.|
|1991-11-30||YEM||Port Chester, NY||19:44||Wild VJ.|
|1991-11-30||Hood||Port Chester, NY||13:28||Great and playful intro. The jam is excellent and rocking, and Machine Gun Trey's playing is simply incredible.|
|1991-11-30||It's Ice||Port Chester, NY||8:57||Another version in which the whole band kicks in after letting Page shine briefly.|
|1992-05-14||Fluffhead||Port Chester, NY||14:34||If there is any single section that has tripped up the band over the years, it is The Chase, and this version provides a nearly flawless example, proof that it can be done. Meanwhile, you may notice a bit of a wobble at the end of Who Do? We Do! This song is merciless on the performers. Some awesome and swinging Page and Mike are on display in Clod, and a top notch Arrival features some really sick trilling by Mr. Trey Anastasio. Great performance.|
|1992-05-14||Mike's||Port Chester, NY||7:48||Mike and Fish kick it off nicely, then Trey provides some great variation in his playing, including some rapid-fire trilling. The short 2nd jam gets intense and electrifying, with more solid machine gun action from Trey.|
|1992-05-14||Weekapaug||Port Chester, NY||4:57||Very cool jam, with a "Jimmy Crack Corn" tease/jam, then a -> to "Wait", which is excellent and includes a "Call To The Post" tease, followed by a -> back to "Weekapaug" to wrap up an improvisational and excellent version.|
|1992-05-14||Wait||Port Chester, NY||1:45||-> in from an excellent "Weekapaug." Great version of "Wait" with a "Call To The Post" tease and -> back to "Weekapaug."|
|1992-05-14||Weekapaug||Port Chester, NY||3:39||-> in from an excellent "Wait" sandwich to wrap up a great and entertaining "Weekapaug."|
|1992-05-14||McGrupp||Port Chester, NY||9:22||Trey and Mike offer great backing to Page, especially Mike as the jam section progresses, and Fish keeps the engine clicking along nicely throughout.|
|1992-11-27||Divided||Port Chester, NY||16:45||Outstanding version, an anomaly that jams far longer than any other performance prior to 10/31/94. Of course Trey is blistering here, but this also has a distinctly quiet, settled section that anticipates the band's less rocking, more restrained sound in the later '90s.|
|1992-11-27||SOAMelt||Port Chester, NY||9:35||Very cool and exploratory jam includes a nice quiet section and some good, rhythm-oriented jamming.|
|1992-11-27||Possum||Port Chester, NY||10:39||Great tension building, multiple peaks and shredding Trey in a roaring "Possum."|
|1992-11-27||Bowie||Port Chester, NY||13:28||Jam starts in a quiet, pensive style, but picks up a head of steam, getting nasty and intense.|
|1992-11-28||Foam||Port Chester, NY||9:38||Awesome build-up section with Machine Gun Trey taking a strong lead position.|
|1992-11-28||Stash||Port Chester, NY||10:16||Great, inspired version which gets out there and has very good Fish/Trey teaming.|
|1992-11-28||Mike's||Port Chester, NY||9:22||Beginning with excellent "Walk This Way" jamming, the energy builds up to the first break. After a momentary cloud of dissonance, a percussive, exploratory groove expands nicely. A great version with 2 equally strong jams.|
|1992-11-28||Avenu Malkenu||Port Chester, NY||9:40||Blistering, ripping version. Trey is sick!|
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