|1993-02-20||Atlanta, GA||3:41||-> in from "Tweezer." "Walk Away" is sandwiched inside "Tweezer."|
|1993-08-14||Tinley Park, IL||3:38||-> from "Sparks." Part of a massive and epic "Antelope"-based segue-fest which -> back to "RLAA."|
|1994-05-07||Dallas, TX||11:29||-> in from "Sweet Emotion Jam." "Walk Away" arguably returns to "Tweezer" after about 4 minutes. Either way, it's great, improvisational playing that ultimately -> "Cannonball."|
|1998-10-29||Los Angeles, CA||6:29||-> in from a massive "Reba." Nice version with an extended and rocking outro jam which neatly -> to "Simple."|
|2000-06-14||Chuo-ku, Fukuoka, Japan||11:31||-> in from an incredible "Twist" > "Jam" combo. The outro of the typical version morphs into more serene, unprecedented, and intergalactic improvisation. Very gradually, this unique jamming builds some energy, rolling percussion, and blasts off (->) to "2001."|
|2011-05-27||Bethel, NY||7:04||Following a super -> from "Wolfman's Brother", Trey wastes no time choosing his line, and powers the band through an incredibly strong and spirited version.|
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