|2015-07-21||Blaze On||Bend, OR||7:56||Debut. It's clear the band couldn't wait to play "Blaze On", hinting at its improvisational prowess from the get-go during the first set of tour.|
|2015-07-21||NMINML||Bend, OR||10:08||Debut. The song sounds fully formed from the start. Nice > into "Weekapaug Groove."|
|2015-07-22||Winterqueen||Bend, OR||9:35||This version has a relaxed, feel-good vibe that's one part "Gin," one part "LxL," and four parts Phish. Eventually peaking in a strong manner, the closing adds appropriate punctuation.|
|2015-07-22||Maze||Bend, OR||9:23||Page, with good backing from Trey, whips the crowd into an absolute frenzy. Then Trey is solid, but Page wins, hands down.|
|2015-07-22||Mercury||Bend, OR||11:00||Debut. Pretty and delicate play, with Fish offering a sturdy bridge by way of Marimba Lumina, beneath deliberate (and yet to be repeated) vocal harmonizing. A "Tweezer" cum "Help on the Way" outro showcases the composition's seemingly infinite potential.|
|2015-07-22||ASIHTOS||Bend, OR||8:12||The jam makes a nice modulation to major mode where the band builds to a peak thanks to Trey's melodic playing. After shifting back to minor mode and revisiting the song proper, the jam mode shifts again and > to "Waves." Short but sweet.|
|2015-07-22||Waves||Bend, OR||11:29||Patient, confident, wonderful type-I version with a sustained crest that recedes swiftly into space.|
|2015-07-22||Wingsuit||Bend, OR||9:39||This very cool, effects-laden version features Trey finding a theme of sorts in his solo (a series of riffs). Page responds in kind. And Trey trills. He modifies his tone. He bends notes. And he builds in some serious sustain. Mike does not deploy his drill, and this adds something extra to the outro. Must-hear.|
|2015-07-22||Farmhouse||Bend, OR||6:20||Trey's tone and chording give this solid version a slightly edgy, more rock-oriented feel than the typical "ballad" type version. Apprearing mid 2nd set before an excellent "Simple,", it's not so much a "breather" song as a rocking downshift before revving up for what followed.|
|2015-07-22||Simple||Bend, OR||13:46||The typically joyful "Simple" jam makes a turn to the Dark Side, as Trey leads the band into a stark exploration with a somewhat Pink Floyd-like tone. Listen for Mike's approval bell.|
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