|1993-03-16||Tweezer||Phoenix, AZ||5:26||Kinda messy jam on "Sweet Emotion" during the jam segment.|
|1993-03-16||Sweet Emotion||Phoenix, AZ||1:10||-> in from "Tweezer." "Sweet Emotion" is sandwiched inside "Tweezer."|
|1993-03-16||Tweezer||Phoenix, AZ||5:18||-> in from "Sweet Emotion Jam" to complete this "Tweezer."|
|1996-12-02||Taste||Phoenix, AZ||10:19||Strong '96 version with fantastic Trey playing as well predictably strong Page work. Big peak at the ending.|
|1997-07-29||Gumbo||Phoenix, AZ||13:30||The first jammed out "Gumbo" features a funky jam with Trey laying it down on his wah pedal. The jam begins to get spacey while Trey starts high pitched noodling out of a which a 4 chord descending pattern (not MLB) develops, with some beautiful work by Page (which sadly doesn't last long).|
|1997-07-29||Ghost||Phoenix, AZ||15:01||Mellow "C&P"-like groove into Monster Funk ending in Went "Gin"-like jam. [A typically funky '97 version releases and then breaks into an excellent upbeat and hose-filled groove.]|
|1997-07-29||Loving Cup||Phoenix, AZ||7:33||Another rager to close the first set.|
|1997-07-29||Antelope||Phoenix, AZ||20:31||Awesome, extended, and uniquely remarkable version that departs into a low-key, melodic and exploratory groove that has moments of really beautiful, major mode jamming before working back into nasty old "Antelope."|
|1997-07-29||Twist||Phoenix, AZ||18:27||Exploratory version with some variations on the "Twist" theme through 9:10, when the jam breaks away. After some brief engine grinding, a dark, dissonant section emerges, before eventually brightening and -> to "Taste."|
|1997-07-29||Taste||Phoenix, AZ||11:04||-> in from "Twist." Pretty intense section towards the end of Trey's solo where the whole band is just hammering away. Great Mike on this one.|
|1998-07-21||Tube||Phoenix, AZ||9:06||The Cosmic Tube. Funk jam with a reprise of the jam section. Spacey outro. Released on From the Archives-Superball IX.|
|1998-07-21||Mike's||Phoenix, AZ||16:57||After opening in a nice groove, this long single jam settles into familiar "Mike's" ground. After some "Manteca"-like jamming, the play settles and grows more funky. When Page hits the piano just after 14:00, the big peak kicks in with all guns blazing.|
|1998-07-21||Simple||Phoenix, AZ||11:23||-> in from "Mike's." A gorgeous straightforward jam eventually dissolves into ambient space and -> to the debut of "Bittersweet Motel."|
|1998-07-21||Ghost||Phoenix, AZ||19:36||Funky groove into epic soaring balls-out rock and roll supernova that throbs smoothly into bluesey intro for "She Caught the Katy." [Quality and extended straightforward "Ghost" jamming eventually takes on a nice swinging blues vibe and -> to "She Caught The Katy."]|
|2000-10-01||Guy Forget||Phoenix, AZ||15:07||-> from "Piper". Terrific '00 style space groove including Trey on the mini keyboard for a spell. -> to "When the Circus Comes".|
|2003-07-07||Wolfman's||Phoenix, AZ||14:01||A great version with a combination of good, low intensity 2.0-style funk grooves and quiet, spacious exploration that -> to the debut of "Scents And Subtle Sounds."|
|2003-07-07||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Phoenix, AZ||11:11||Debut includes intro section. Pretty intense playing in the standard jam section that follows "colors in the void."|
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