|2004-06-17||ASIHTOS||Brooklyn, NY||6:22||Debut opens the Summer '04 Tour. The jam section is high energy, but also dark and gnarly, with great playing by Trey|
|2004-06-17||Moma||Brooklyn, NY||14:50||Strong but typical jam cools off gradually beginning around 9:20 and a cool, choppy jam emerges, that many fans may love. Transitions pleasantly but not magnificently into -> "Free".|
|2004-06-17||Free||Brooklyn, NY||10:18||-> in from an epic "Moma Dance." Sick bass by Mike. Maybe the best straightforward version. Great interplay by Trey and Mike.|
|2004-06-17||46 Days||Brooklyn, NY||16:24||Moves beyond "46 Days" into a swirling, more sedate segment. Jam then picks up a nice rhythmic pulse and great groove. The jam grows increasingly energized and intense, with a textbook -> to "Possum."|
|2004-06-17||Suzy||Brooklyn, NY||18:23||Multifaceted jam follows the final verse and refrain. At first rhythmic and plucky, it gradually becomes more intense, then grows slightly spacey, and intensifies again before finally settling with a > to "Axilla."|
|2004-06-17||2001||Brooklyn, NY||9:02||Second jam is what good 2.0 is all about: the band is locked in and the interplay is fresh and creates an environment for dancing hippies to flourish.|
|2004-06-17||Weekapaug||Brooklyn, NY||11:53||After a quick "Mainstreet" tease, the jam briefly settles before picking up a serious head of steam, transforming KeySpan Park in Brooklyn into a blistering and raging quick-tempo rock fest.|
|2004-06-18||CDT||Brooklyn, NY||15:39||Breaks away from "CDT" at about 6:00 and by 8:00 has morphed into a very subdued, quiet sentiment. The jam gradually rebuilds momentum and pulse and returns to "CDT."|
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