|1992-04-13||Fluffhead||Tempe, AZ||14:25||Some fun, "Makisupa"-like teasing in the lyrical section. Like many spring 1992 recordings, Mike is way up in the mix on this one, so it's a great version to listen along and follow Mike's parts throughout, paying special attention to the latter half of Who Do? We Do! and all throughout Clod. By this point in time, the band has this song really dialed in, and this Golden Age of "Fluffhead" would span roughly from this year through 1996.|
|1992-04-13||Mike's||Tempe, AZ||6:52||Bad Ass Mike early in the jam, followed by some excellent "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (Nirvana) jamming. The short 2nd jam is a nice kicker.|
|1994-05-13||It's Ice||Tempe, AZ||10:11||Ferocious jam with some pretty crazy improvisation by the band. All over the place!|
|1994-05-13||Stash||Tempe, AZ||11:35||High power, intense and pounding jam that is mostly straightforward at first. But then, just when it seems to be finishing, the jam swerves abruptly, becoming a sick, growling and angry monster.|
|1994-05-13||Slave||Tempe, AZ||9:22||Typical full power '94-style "Slave." Great quieter teaming by Mike and Trey early in the jam. At 5:43 Fish kicks into gear and it's throttle-up time.|
|1994-05-13||SOAMelt||Tempe, AZ||10:42||Riveting, intense, pounding, a downright ripping version. Mostly "Type I" but so what - this one will kick your ass!|
|1994-05-13||McGrupp||Tempe, AZ||8:29||Excellent and active full band engagement during Page's section, especially some great interplay with Mike, and Fish on the wood blocks. The already energized nature of the jam builds to an intense conclusion before returning to the closing section.|
|1994-05-13||YEM||Tempe, AZ||19:30||Strong jam, "Mind Left Body" tease.|
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