A bit after 19 minutes, the effervescent Dave's Energy Guide starts to grow out of the jam. This hadn't been seen in it's full glory in 479 shows (3/8/91). It, of course, had been teased plenty of times including as recently as six days before in Canandaigua, NY (Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center). The band eventually hops back into Tweezer. Towards 25 minutes, a full on type II jam emerges and Mike begins playing a bassline that sounds very similar to the Mario theme song although many would likely say that is crazy.
Right before we hit the 28th minute, The Breeder's "Cannonball" grows out of the music. The band eventually slows it down as Trey plays a chord repeatedly and the wonderous jam eventually comes to an end.
Thanks to Dave (again!) for uploading this with some quality audio.
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