|1990-04-22||YEM||Colorado Springs, CO||18:09||"Another One Bites The Dust" and "Gumbo" teases, very good B&D section.|
|1990-04-22||Esther||Colorado Springs, CO||9:06||A fun and playful intro yields to strong and spirited playing. Trey's solo is particularly melodic, and great full-band syncopation (highlighted by some notable percussion) rounds out this excellent version.|
|1990-10-31||Possum||Colorado Springs, CO||9:00||Serious kick-ass, blistering and ripping jam. Straightforward, but so what? Archival release from Live Phish.|
|1990-10-31||YEM||Colorado Springs, CO||15:52||Mike repeatedly teases "Wilson's" opening notes in the jam. Tease of "Night in Tunisia" in the vocal jam.|
|1990-10-31||Reba||Colorado Springs, CO||10:16||While compact, Trey uncovers an absolutely infectious groove, and, predictably, an incredible jam ensues. Unpredictably, however, the band arrives at the "note" absent Fish's tomming, with the version abruptly soaring into space.|
|1990-10-31||Runaway Jim||Colorado Springs, CO||6:22||> a strong "Jim," this super, early version, showcases the song's potential - not as a jamming heavyweight, but how "Jim" was played for the better part of four years" A versatile, fiery, "turn-it-up" number, which also functions to illustrate the band's considerable, and emerging, full-band musicianship.|
|1990-10-31||Tweezer||Colorado Springs, CO||9:15||Impressive, though short, early version with "Heartbreaker" teases.|
|1991-10-31||YEM||Colorado Springs, CO||16:27||Siiiiiiick jam segment.|
|1993-03-09||Tweezer||Colorado Springs, CO||13:50||"Julius"-like repeated riff from Trey (no joke) beginning around 6:43 for a minute. Very cool version. "Buried Alive" tease from Trey.|
|1993-03-09||Reba||Colorado Springs, CO||15:27||A bizarre composed section usually bodes of cool things to come, which, in this particular instance, arrives in the form of a series of subtle effects from Trey, who then begins to play atop a very chill yet musical beat driven by Mike and Fish. Again, the band moves as one, and the playing gains a sort of restrained momentum, with the build informed by huge notes and more direct playing from Trey, who works to augment his tone to trill before creating a period of wonderful sustain.|
|1993-03-09||Weekapaug||Colorado Springs, CO||8:39||Typical for Spring '93, the jam includes a breakdown section, and this one features great interplay between all four, a gradual and mildly dissonant return to "Weekapaug," and a trill-filled, predictably strong peak.|
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