|1995-10-21||Reba||Lincoln, NE||13:58||Super Fish sets a shuffling beat atop which Trey grooves, and a wonderful, rolling jam ensues. Mike incites a mini-breakdown, from which a concerted passage of energy builds to burst. Trey employs any number of staccato-like licks, with Page matching him upon his piano. Huge sustain and powerful trilling drive this version to a thrilling conclusion.|
|1995-10-21||Bowie||Lincoln, NE||16:36||Although it doesn't get way beyond "Bowie," this very good version includes a lot of little unexpected improvisational twists and turns and a psychedelic edginess.|
|1995-10-21||YEM||Lincoln, NE||22:42||"Oye Como Va" teases and HUUUUGE B&D!|
|1996-11-16||Runaway Jim||Omaha, NE||14:38||Breaks into a great groove at 9:15 with some early funk sounds from Page and Trey before -> to "Vibration Of Life."|
|1996-11-16||Hood||Omaha, NE||15:55||Trey sustains a note for nearly 3 minutes letting Page and Fish shine. Altered lyrics referencing Leigh Fordham.|
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