|1993-02-20||Have Mercy||Atlanta, GA||1:54||-> in from "Weekapaug Groove." This incredible "Mike's Groove" is a segue and tease-fest, with 12 bona fide ->'s in a single set. -> back to "Weekapaug."|
|1993-05-08||Have Mercy||Durham, NH||2:00||-> in from "DB." Great segue to "Have Mercy" in the midst of a stellar "Bowie" jam. -> back to "DB."|
|1993-08-14||Have Mercy||Tinley Park, IL||3:05||-> in from "RLAA." This epic segue-fest continues with some melodic relief from the intense sections of "Antelope" that precede it. -> to "RLAA" to finish off this masterpiece.|
|1994-11-12||Have Mercy||Kent, OH||4:33||Excellent "Have Mercy" section of a huge and jammed early "DwD."|
|2010-10-20||Have Mercy||Utica, NY||6:29||Part of an improvisational "SOAM" -> "Have Mercy" > "Piper" -> "SOAM," one of the best jams of 2010. "Have Mercy" includes some improvisational and very upbeat jamming beyond the standard.|
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