|1994-04-29||YEM||Clearwater, FL||18:12||Crazy, very strange version. (No B&D or VJ.) Nice segue into "FEFY."|
|1994-04-29||FEFY||Clearwater, FL||6:30||Though not perfect, Trey gets paid by the note in this one, including during its mighty peak and conclusion.|
|1994-04-29||SOAMelt||Clearwater, FL||10:24||Excellent variation in the playing, including a nice quiet section, dissonance, pounding, and an amusing section with the band members all yelling "Yee Haw!!" No real ending but instead a > to "Sanity."|
|1994-04-29||Fee||Clearwater, FL||5:45||All band members play a flurry of notes several times before the > to "Uncle Pen."|
|1994-04-29||Mike's||Clearwater, FL||10:20||A typically fiery, intense '94 1st jam breaks into great rhythmic, medium intensity playing, which mellows into some super melodic Trey-led jamming with hints of "MLB." Collapsing to drums, the jamming returns to "Mike's" proper to conclude.|
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