|2015-07-22||Mercury||Bend, OR||11:00||Debut. Pretty and delicate play, with Fish offering a sturdy bridge by way of Marimba Lumina, beneath deliberate (and yet to be repeated) vocal harmonizing. A "Tweezer" cum "Help on the Way" outro showcases the composition's seemingly infinite potential.|
|2015-09-05||Mercury||Commerce City, CO||11:56||Tight, full-band play spells "Mercury's" zenith to date. Like laser-beams, Mike issues forth the first sounds from Fish's solo, which informs Trey's play, who reciprocates the sentiment, inciting an airy, yet funky groove. This sparkling, disco-ball vibe bleeds into a bit of space, before the band departs for "Light."|
|2016-10-29||Mercury||Las Vegas, NV||16:06||Second set opener is anything but elemental, illuminating the song's jam potential. Mike is super, and Trey modulates his tone, a liquid sound darkening to offer a bit by way of transition metal. A pointed, effects-enhanced -> gives rise to a centerpiece "Piper."|
|2017-01-14||Mercury||Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico||15:15||After a strong composed section, the band crosses the bridge confident and assured, entering a jam anchored by great play from Mike and Fish. Trey adds much by way of layered texture and nuanced grace, before straight-forward soloing, colored with great fills from Page, builds into a passage of percussive and echo-altered sound. A cool > introduces yet another white-hot "Light."|
|2017-07-28||Mercury||New York, NY||13:00||Part of a "You Sexy Thing" (!) sandwich. Strong composed section despite a few early flubs, then modulates to a major key at Page's urging for a brief shot of blissfulness before -> back into "You Sexy Thing" (check out Mike leading them back!).|
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