|1988-02-20||Skin It Back||Canton, NY||12:39||Some excellent interplay between Trey and Page kicks this jam off. It culminates in screaming play from Trey and some classic, early Phish tension-and-release.|
|1988-02-20||Fluffhead||Canton, NY||14:26||Only a few months after the emergence of the complete, modern song, even in that brief time, the quality and tightness of the performance here has already improved significantly. Sections like The Chase and Who Do? We Do!, which would give the band performance fits right up to the present day, are accomplished with great precision in this fine early version.|
|1988-02-20||Whipping Post||Canton, NY||13:58||The second jam has a very unusual dissonant tone, and so it's no surprise that this dissonance leads to some "DEG" teases and jamming. Maybe it's not beautiful music, but it's certainly an improvisational take on the ABB classic.|
|1992-05-12||Possum||Canton, NY||11:38||Cool, funky breakdown jam in the intro. Then Trey plays around with several "Dixie" teases early in the jam. Fiery ending.|
|1992-05-12||It's Ice||Canton, NY||10:21||Very strange jam with each band member seemingly trying not to blend until its final few measures.|
|1992-05-12||YEM||Canton, NY||21:23||Loose opening, but Trey channels Carlos Santana in the jam!|
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