|1993-02-23||Stash||Orlando, FL||9:47||Unusual, exploratory ending section (beginning at 8:00) with rhythmic variation and a different vibe. -> to "Lizards."|
|1993-02-23||Weekapaug||Orlando, FL||2:01||Another strong Spring '93 version that bookends the debut of "Nellie Kane" -- the second half is particularly hot, and -> "HYHU."|
|1993-02-23||Nellie Kane||Orlando, FL||2:40||-> in from "Weekapaug." The debut of this Hot Rize bluegrass classic is sandwiched in a typically strong '93 "Weekapaug." -> back to "Weekapaug."|
|1993-02-23||Weekapaug||Orlando, FL||2:10||-> in from the debut of "Nellie Kane" to conclude a strong '93 "Weekapaug."|
|1994-04-30||Stash||Orlando, FL||11:00||Every version of "Stash" from April '94 is on this chart and with good reason. This one mutates and thrashes nicely.|
|1994-04-30||Bowie||Orlando, FL||18:35||> in from "Wilson." Cool little jam on "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" in intro. Some "DDJ"-like musing, an unusually quiet but probing early section, and then a gnarly, dissonant build, all making this final April '94 performance another strong one.|
|1994-04-30||Hood||Orlando, FL||12:00||Jam opens with a great "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" tease followed by light, fluttery playing before a knockout punch ending.|
|1994-04-30||McGrupp||Orlando, FL||9:05||A lilting, musical intro features melodic Trey and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" teasing, a fun theme throughout this show. A loose, easy vibe dominates the composed section. Page's fast clip solo, which sparkles, is anchored by great Mike and colored by thoughtful and deliberate work from Trey. A fiery conclusion > to an excellent "Possum."|
|1994-04-30||Possum||Orlando, FL||11:21||Several teases in the jam (see Setlist), but they fit in really well, as if part of the jam, not funny little add ons. Then the jam takes off in typically blistering '94 style. Fish rocks this one hard, and the others are no slouches either.|
|1994-10-22||SOAMelt||Orlando, FL||11:24||Very good, multi-section jam, including some percussive rocking, un-"SOAM"-like jamming, and great Page.|
|1994-10-22||Bowie||Orlando, FL||13:21||Another strong fall '94 version, arguably the peak period in "Bowie's" storied performance history.|
|1994-10-22||Tweezer||Orlando, FL||11:03||Though short, this is an excellent, powerful version that ends in an unusually fierce way.|
|1995-11-14||Maze||Orlando, FL||12:40||Insanely intense Trey section with a strong psychedelic edginess to it.|
|1995-11-14||Stash||Orlando, FL||15:32||"Stash" -> "Manteca" -> "Stash" -> "Dog Faced Boy" -> "Stash". Many would rank this combination among the Top 10 Phish jams ever, and with good reason. This magnum opus is a stunning, thrilling masterpiece.|
|1995-11-14||Manteca||Orlando, FL||1:46||-> in from "Stash." Nice little side trip to "Manteca" in the midst of this phenomenal "Stash." -> back to "Stash."|
|1995-11-14||Stash||Orlando, FL||12:27||-> in from "Manteca." This epic "Stash" continues. This section includes some cool grooving on "Esther" before growing intense and incendiary, and then settling down and -> to "Dog Faced Boy."|
|1995-11-14||Dog Faced Boy||Orlando, FL||2:52||-> in from "Stash." A haunting version of "DFB" adds a psychological twist as this epic "Stash" begins to head home. -> back to "Stash."|
|1995-11-14||Stash||Orlando, FL||6:05||-> in from "Dog Faced Boy." A blistering cacophony follows "DFB," before this monumental "Stash" arrives home on familiar, but unsettling ground. This entire "Stash" sequence is absolutely MUST-HEAR for any serious fan.|
|1995-11-14||YEM||Orlando, FL||11:01||"Low Rider" teases, -> to "Immigrant Song" jam!!|
|1995-11-14||Immigrant Song||Orlando, FL||0:46||-> in from "YEM." Brief jamming to the Led Zeppelin classic before -> back to the "YEM" jam.|
|1995-11-14||YEM||Orlando, FL||8:12||-> in from "Immigrant Song" to return to this solid "YEM" jam.|
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