|1991-04-19||Antelope||Buffalo, NY||9:49||Mike and Fish establish a good groove over which Trey adds layers of dissonance, including ear splitting wailing.|
|1991-09-28||Brother||Buffalo, NY||5:14||Thanks to @OrangeSox for pointing out this ripper, in which it sounds like Frank Zappa temporarily possessed Trey's body and soul.|
|1994-04-10||It's Ice||Buffalo, NY||9:12||Good solid rocking jam with Page leading the way.|
|1994-04-10||SOAMelt||Buffalo, NY||9:24||A good, gripping and improvisational "SOAM" with great tension.|
|1994-04-10||My Friend||Buffalo, NY||6:40||A "Rockin' Back Inside My Heart" jam (Julee Cruise) occurs in the outro section.|
|1994-04-10||Ya Mar||Buffalo, NY||9:17||Great interplay by the band during Trey's solo, with delicate precision.|
|1994-04-10||Antelope||Buffalo, NY||13:28||Jam starts off with some good rhythmic changes, builds in tension, then there is a major break at 6:55 into some great and cool exploratory jamming which gets back to "Antelope" by 9:25.|
|1994-04-10||Hood||Buffalo, NY||12:06||A "Classic '94" jam begins with a great early section that has a good Fish-driven pulse, then Trey starts to add power with strummed chords. The intense peaking section concludes with really incredible trilling by Trey.|
|1996-10-19||Fluffhead||Buffalo, NY||14:21||A minor hiccup in Fluff's Travels is redeemed with a super tight The Chase, and Mike and Fish are especially strong. Page and Trey fire up the crowd with spirited playing in Who Do? We Do!, while funky keyboards, Fish, and a fantastic Page piano solo make for a great Clod. Serious tension building in Bundle of Joy resolves with sweet payoff - a glorious Arrival that delivers the goods in the appropriately celebratory manner, reflecting the satisfaction of a job well done.|
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