An early version of the standalone "The Landlady" shows the band attempting to do something different with this piece of music. It's got a nice bit of power. An early performance of Magilla is well-executed, with Page fully in the lead. For lovers of Manteca, this Bowie has the Manteca theme woven throughout and plenty of Trey shredding taboot.
The second-ever version of Gumbo is arranged almost identically to most modern versions and Stash is energetic and surprisingly tight, given that it's the eighth outing ever for this future standard.
The Weekapaug is particularly exuberant, with Trey really lighting it up in full machine-gun mode at the end.
A nice example of 1990 Phish, with Trey taking charge in the jamming tunes. No standout versions, with the Bowie worth checking out if you're a Manteca lover.