|1993-05-01||Runaway Jim||Upper Darby, PA||Awesome opener. Typically great guitar builds seamlessly to a incredibly thick and textured groove (5:00) which the band, circa late 90s, rides like a wave. Trey breaks to solo atop steady percussion before working the version to a smart conclusion.|
|1993-05-01||Bowie||Upper Darby, PA||12:14||> in from "Glide." Very different from many of the preceding '93 versions. Jam begins with some melodic, almost upbeat playing by Trey. Returns to typical '93 "Bowie" by 8:00 with great tension.|
|1993-05-01||Mike's||Upper Darby, PA||10:01||A high energy, solid 1st jam is followed by a nice, melodic groove, with great Page on the B-3. After rebuilding some energy, the jam briefly settles before roaring back to close.|
|1993-05-01||Weekapaug||Upper Darby, PA||11:11||After starting in a rocking manner the jam detours into a segment of off-kilter exploration before returning home.|
|1993-05-02||YEM||Upper Darby, PA||24:13||Remarkably groovy jam segment.|
|1993-05-02||Antelope||Upper Darby, PA||12:39||Barn burner version with intense, rhythmic and dissonant jamming midway and a screaming peak.|
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