|1994-10-15||2001||Pelham, AL||4:57||Hilarious intro, then P-Funk "Flashlight" sickness jam.|
|1994-10-15||Runaway Jim||Pelham, AL||10:17||Dissonant version departs from "Jim" around 7:00 into weird chanting, howling, and screaming by Trey and Fish.|
|1994-10-15||YEM||Pelham, AL||11:55||In addition to a crazy vocal jam, the "YEM" jam -> to "Catapult" mid stream.|
|1994-10-15||Catapult||Pelham, AL||0:38||-> in from "YEM." "Catapult" is sandwiched in the "YEM" jam. -> back to "YEM."|
|1994-10-15||YEM||Pelham, AL||10:14||-> in from "Catapult," which is sandwiched in this "YEM." Crazy vocal jam!|
|1999-09-28||Sneakin' Sally||Pelham, AL||8:54||Swirling, funky and laid back jam in this "Sally."|
|1999-09-28||Farmhouse||Pelham, AL||6:52||The jam here starts out strongly and improves from there. "Rockstar" Trey is on display in this excellent version, taking advantage of multiple opportunities to add shredding color with his uniquely '99 style and tone.|
|1999-09-28||Tweezer||Pelham, AL||15:39||Very beautiful ending to a strong jam that resembles 9/18/99 quite a bit but without the intensity.|
|1999-09-28||Makisupa||Pelham, AL||8:16||This has an extended jam, as many in '99 do with whistling in the long jam segment. Some nice melodic playing from Mike, including a passage that sounds quite a bit like "Stir It Up" after the six minute mark.|
|1999-09-28||YEM||Pelham, AL||22:11||Unusually upbeat "Sweet Home Alabama" VJ. (No B&D.)|
|2012-08-24||R&R||Pelham, AL||15:55||Very good, multi-part jam. Begins in a snappy, rocking mode with a good "Live And Let Die" tease, grows in power, then mellows with a -> to "Lizards."|
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