|1994-04-20||Runaway Jim||Lexington, VA||7:39||Another strong, groove-oriented jam, which, primarily because of tape quality, provides a great look at PageÃ¢â¬â¢s strong play. Trey, however, locks into a great riff, which Mike then echoes, as Fish, as usual, drives the version's frenetic pace.|
|1994-04-20||Stash||Lexington, VA||11:34||The great thing about "Stash" from '93 - '94 is how fluidly the band weaves back on forth between familiar ground and exploratory territory. This intense and gripping version shifts back and forth several times.|
|1994-04-20||Antelope||Lexington, VA||12:03||A bit odd and quircky at times, but also very experimental and improvisational, and the jam closes with a raging peak.|
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