|1992-04-19||Stash||Santa Cruz, CA||8:35||Great version where the notion of the standard "Stash" jam is tested repeatedly. Trey moves horozontally in his melody rather than vertically several times which adds good tension.|
|1992-04-19||Mike's||Santa Cruz, CA||8:06||A less dissonant, more melodic approach to the jam began to flourish in April '92, and this version is a great example. The jam here is very rocking and percussive, while the 2nd jam makes good use of tension, but without so much chaos and shrill dissonance.|
|1992-04-19||Weekapaug||Santa Cruz, CA||9:49||The first segment begins in familiar style but also includes an atypically tense movement to go along with impressive straightforward jamming. Then, a settled, quieter section develops in the middle before blasting back into "Weekapaug" proper and closing with a vocal jam.|
|1992-04-19||Mango||Santa Cruz, CA||7:00||Oh HELL yeah! Among the earliest versions to jam.|
|1992-04-19||Runaway Jim||Santa Cruz, CA||7:20||> "Cold as Ice", this hot show-closer features playful and melodic Trey, with a pinch of verve, and a whole lot of swagger. Pushing boundaries, the version lays the foundation for future jamming here, there, or anywhere.|
|1993-03-25||Stash||Santa Cruz, CA||10:51||The jam leaves the standard behind, comes back, leaves again on a different tangent, and finally returns to wrap up.|
|1993-03-25||Magilla||Santa Cruz, CA||3:52||A strong, surprise version (the first in 114 shows), Trey glides through a "Stash" tease, and, true to the era, incorporates somewhat experimental playing, featuring a great shuffling, percussive sound. Page's first "Magilla" on acoustic piano is definitely worth hearing, it sounds fantastic.|
|1993-03-25||Mike's||Santa Cruz, CA||9:16||Strong Mike in a somewhat dissonant 1st jam. The 2nd jam is the first of several '93s which have jamming similar to the future "Simple." This one also has some good stop/start action, before more dissonant Trey and a percussive lead up to the closing.|
|1993-03-25||Weekapaug||Santa Cruz, CA||9:34||Great little "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" jam/tease, followed by a breakdown with exceptionally strong playing by Fish and a vocal jam-style ending.|
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