|2003-07-07||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Phoenix, AZ||11:11||Debut includes intro section. Pretty intense playing in the standard jam section that follows "colors in the void."|
|2003-07-09||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Mountain View, CA||10:37||Beautifully played straightforward version, with great Page and delicate trilling by Trey in the jam.|
|2003-07-23||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Noblesville, IN||20:32||Show opener morphs from the standard, sedate outro jam into an intense, multi-faceted jam with an incredible and powerful peaking section.|
|2003-07-30||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Camden, NJ||29:00||At times dark and brooding, this wildly improvisational jam on balance is remarkably upbeat and very exploratory.|
|2003-08-02||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Limestone, ME||8:36||-> in from "Seven Below." A nice straightforward version of "S&SS" is sandwiched between nice fat slices of "Seven Below." -> back to "Seven Below."|
|2004-06-23||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Noblesville, IN||12:16||No intro. At first sedate and soothing, the jam grows increasingly dissonant and tension filled, with an almost growly anger to it. Very improvisational version that includes an "NO2" tease.|
|2004-08-12||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Camden, NJ||21:14||No intro. Very improvisational version that ranges from edgy and propulsive to subdued and ends with increasing dissonance and space-like strong effects.|
|2015-08-12||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Philadelphia, PA||14:43||Only the second "S&SS" with intro (SBIX) in 3.0, this version shows few signs of rust and has excellent vocals throughout. The jam starts off largely in-the-box, but Trey and Mike slowly tug at the seams until Fishman pushes the rest of the band towards a throbbing two-note pattern and a brief peak before more clean vocals bring it back home.|
|2015-08-23||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Watkins Glen, NY||8:39||The second "Scents and Subtle Sounds" of Summer solidly supports the Sunday show's second set as part of a silky segue sandwich from "DWD" -> to -> "WTU?".|
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