|1994-04-17||Loving Cup||Fairfax, VA||6:25||Great Trey solo in this show-opening version.|
|1994-04-17||Bowie||Fairfax, VA||13:38||Yet another exploratory April '94 "Bowie." This one has great Mike, exploratory rhythmic shifting, and a cool breakdown jam at 10:10. Dissonance builds towards the end. Really, an awesome version.|
|1994-04-17||Wolfman's||Fairfax, VA||8:52||Jam section includes some early funk followed by a settled section which rebuilds into a rocking jam that opens up some before returning to the "Wolfman's" theme. Nothing like the monster versions from 1997 on, but an important one for establishing the funk -> release/rock -> return to "Wolfman's" jam structure for future "Type I" versions.|
|1994-10-08||Antelope||Fairfax, VA||11:11||This is what an "Antelope" on steroids sounds like. Pretty high up there in the Intensity Hall of Fame.|
|1994-10-08||Weekapaug||Fairfax, VA||11:23||A brief heavy-metal jam shortly after 5 minutes works its way into uncommonly funky terrain (for '94) before concluding in typical fashion.|
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