|1994-05-02||SOAMelt||Birmingham, AL||9:12||"MLB"-like jamming by Trey early, followed by an intense, improvisational, high tempo and super-charged jam.|
|1994-05-02||Runaway Jim||Birmingham, AL||7:51||Great, growly tone from Trey, the jam building and bettering as Fish propels the intensity. Trey's play becomes truly dynamic, with great rhythmic melodic variation offset by huge, sweeping sustain. And Fish just crushes his cymbals.|
|1994-05-02||Jam||Birmingham, AL||11:30||Oteil Burbridge on bass and Stacy Starkweather on stand-up bass. Experimental jam with instrument switching -> in from "Mike's Song," and includes Trey on drums, Fish on keyboard, and some scat vocals from Oteil.|
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