|1994-07-16||Stash||North Fayston, VT||10:13||Fishman and Page star in this chaotic, noisy version. It's essentially straightforward, but a pounding jam nonetheless.|
|1994-07-16||Antelope||North Fayston, VT||8:12||Wild-Ass crazy version from the last show of Summer '94 includes a -> to "Catapult," -> back to "Antelope," hilarious and related Fish/Trey wedding banter, lots of blood curdling screaming and yelling, and belligerent playing by all.|
|1994-07-16||Catapult||North Fayston, VT||1:46||-> in from "RLAA." Humorous version with wedding banter provides brief comic relief before -> back to this insane "Antelope."|
|1994-07-16||Antelope||North Fayston, VT||8:07||-> in from "Catapult." This wild, crazy and sick version of "Antelope" continues to a fiery and belligerent conclusion.|
|1994-07-16||Hood||North Fayston, VT||15:58||Even for 1994, this "Hood" is a very intense one as Trey shreds like crazy in the climactic jam before the closing lyrics.|
|1994-07-16||CDT||North Fayston, VT||9:02||"Baracuda" teases. Straightforward, but a stretched-out, well-played, extremely intense version.|
|1995-07-02||Divided||North Fayston, VT||17:17||Fantastic workhorse version from the slopes of Sugarbush Mountain in Vermont. Machine Gun Trey burns through the ammo in this one.|
|1995-07-02||Runaway Jim||North Fayston, VT||18:30||Breaks away from "Jim" at about 8:45 into percussion-driven exploration. The jam gets way out there, with some tension and dissonance, before morphing its way (->) into "Makisupa." Not beautiful music, but highly improvisational.|
|1995-07-02||Makisupa||North Fayston, VT||8:01||Nice segue in from "Runaway Jim". It starts with a typical effects laden jam, followed by a second jam after the vocal reprise, starting around 5:30. Trey uses the same effect as he does in early renditions of "Free." Gets spacey in the last minute as Fish and Page lead a spammy but cool jam that -> "SOAMule." This version has the sound of Summer '95 and is among the very best.|
|1995-07-02||Tweezer||North Fayston, VT||13:30||"Tweezer" returns to relative normalcy. I say "relative" because this is still a great version, too.|
|1995-07-03||Antelope||North Fayston, VT||12:02||Dark and intense jam with healthy doses of tension and dissonance. Dizzying buildup to the peak with ballistic Fish.|
|1995-07-03||Bowie||North Fayston, VT||17:50||Awesome, multi-faceted improvisation that doesn't sound remotely like "Bowie" until the final 3 minutes. Includes multiple teases and "Bowie" -> "Johnny B. Goode" -> "Bowie" in the jam.|
|1995-07-03||JBG||North Fayston, VT||3:11||-> in from "DB." A spirited rendition, only the second ever, springs out suddenly in the middle of a monster "Bowie." -> back to "DB."|
|1995-07-03||Bowie||North Fayston, VT||9:49||-> in from "Johnny B. Goode." Returns to "Bowie" for some more far-ranging exploration in the epic version.|
|1995-07-03||Bag||North Fayston, VT||10:04||At about 6:15, the jam section starts to get a bit beyond the conventional "Bag."|
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