|1992-05-07||Weekapaug||Cleveland, OH||8:17||Cool and atypical jam that includes a stop, some key changing, rhythmic change-ups, a quiet calm, and an explosive and raging return to the typical ending.|
|1993-04-22||Stash||Cleveland, OH||12:23||Some versions of "Stash" peak and seem like they're concluding, then head out on another exploratory jam. This gripping and probing version is an excellent example.|
|1993-08-08||Bowie||Cleveland, OH||11:51||A wild and crazy "Bowie." After a punchy, rhythmic start, the jam accelerates into sheer chaos.|
|1993-08-08||Hood||Cleveland, OH||13:57||First of several strong August '93 "Hoods." Improvisational and restrained playing by Trey shifts at 10:00 when Page plays some low register piano chords, and the power starts to surge upward. Fantastic "Hood."|
|1993-08-08||Fluffhead||Cleveland, OH||13:55||The Chairman of the Boards shines once again. Trey's confident guitar work gets the ball rolling with a strong Fluff's Travels, and continues through the perilous Chase section. An intense, frenzied, Who Do? We Do! and crisp Clod evince a band performing at a mastery level, the stuff of August '93 lore. Arrival includes some great and iconic Trey licks, and rock solid Fish.|
|1993-08-08||Possum||Cleveland, OH||11:02||August '93 = improvisation. This "Possum" inculdes a cool intro, a jam with moments of improvisation spread throughout, a "Tequila" tease, a crafty transition back to lyrics, and then hysterical Mike singing an octave lower.|
|1994-06-25||YEM||Cleveland, OH||24:57||Excellent jam segment.|
|1995-12-08||Tweezer||Cleveland, OH||17:38||"KUNG" sandwich. This version is "type II" in large part and just wild and crazy.|
|1995-12-08||Kung||Cleveland, OH||4:16||-> in from "Tweezer." "Kung" is sandwiched in the "Tweezer" jam.|
|1995-12-08||Tweezer||Cleveland, OH||4:09||-> in from "Kung" to complete this strong "Tweezer."|
|1995-12-08||Antelope||Cleveland, OH||12:00||Rhythmic-oriented jam that is ripe with great tension and dissonance.|
|1997-12-05||Runaway Jim||Cleveland, OH||14:02||Fantastic, very improvisational jam that is quite different than most including beautiful quieter parts. -> into "My Friend."|
|1997-12-05||LxL||Cleveland, OH||10:45||The '97 "Limbs" were a great vintage, and this version is another excellent bottle well worth opening.|
|1997-12-05||Julius||Cleveland, OH||17:04||At about 7:30, departs from standard "Julius" into several new directions. Returns to the song several times, only to venture out again, further into new territory, including funk and reggae modes. Perhaps fitting that the only, truly exploratory "Julius" transitions to the only, truly exploratory "Slave."|
|1997-12-05||Slave||Cleveland, OH||16:42||The "Type II" version. The band breaks into a dissonant, spacey jam following the standard one that eventually > to "The Lizards." "Slave" purists may not care for this one, but cannot deny its improvisational aspect.|
|1997-12-05||Loving Cup||Cleveland, OH||8:03||Would be interesting to know how many calories Trey burned while shredding the hell out of this one.|
|1998-11-13||Wolfman's||Cleveland, OH||9:22||"Wolfman's" -> "MLB Jam" -> "Wolfman's." "MLB" from 9:22 - about 11:52. Returns to "Wolfman's" with "Manteca"-like jamming then ends.|
|1998-11-13||Mind Left Body Jam||Cleveland, OH||2:30||-> in from "WB." Cool jam for a for a couple of minutes in the middle of "Wolfman's."|
|1998-11-13||Wolfman's||Cleveland, OH||1:10||-> in from "MLB Jam." Brief return to "Wolfman's" with "Manteca"-like jamming to conclude.|
|1998-11-13||DwD||Cleveland, OH||17:55||A hard rocking straightforward jam finally breaks into a great upbeat and swinging groove which works back to "DwD."|
|1998-11-13||BOAF||Cleveland, OH||9:50||Stretching the boundaries of "Type I" jamming, this version is dark and ominous.|
|1998-11-13||Meat||Cleveland, OH||10:48||A really nice, low intensity jam emerges on the back end of "Meat" proper, and continues until > to "Hood."|
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