Jam Chart for shows in the city of Port Chester, NY (24 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1990-10-06 Possum Port Chester, NY 10:12 Improvisational jamming is spread throughout, as if in step with the musical ideas flowing from the mind of Trey.
1990-11-24 Possum Port Chester, NY 8:22 Some nice "Manteca" teases/jamming. Mike is really awesome on this one.
1990-11-24 Bowie Port Chester, NY 12:06 Vicious tension and dissonance building. A great short version with teases taboot.
1991-04-27 Possum Port Chester, NY 8:18 Great intro and a nice and different jam with cool staccato picking by Trey.
1991-04-27 Tweezer Port Chester, NY 10:02 Very strong early version. "Dr. Q" on the bass! Trey teases "Sweet Emotion."
1991-11-30 Llama Port Chester, NY 4:42 Unfrickenbelievable.
1991-11-30 Brother Port Chester, NY 6:02 After a gentle, settling "Squirming Coil", we have something akin to a combination of "Carini" and "46 Days" on steroids, except that this "Brother" was performed 6 years before either of those beasts were hatched.
1991-11-30 YEM Port Chester, NY 19:44 Wild VJ.
1991-11-30 Hood Port Chester, NY 13:28 Great and playful intro. The jam is excellent and rocking, and Machine Gun Trey's playing is simply incredible.
1991-11-30 It's Ice Port Chester, NY 8:57 Another version in which the whole band kicks in after letting Page shine briefly.
1992-05-14 Fluffhead Port Chester, NY 14:34 If there is any single section that has tripped up the band over the years, it is The Chase, and this version provides a nearly flawless example, proof that it can be done. Meanwhile, you may notice a bit of a wobble at the end of Who Do? We Do! This song is merciless on the performers. Some awesome and swinging Page and Mike are on display in Clod, and a top notch Arrival features some really sick trilling by Mr. Trey Anastasio. Great performance.
1992-05-14 Mike's Port Chester, NY 7:48 Mike and Fish kick it off nicely, then Trey provides some great variation in his playing, including some rapid-fire trilling. The short 2nd jam gets intense and electrifying, with more solid machine gun action from Trey.
1992-05-14 Weekapaug Port Chester, NY 4:57 Very cool jam, with a "Jimmy Crack Corn" tease/jam, then a -> to "Wait", which is excellent and includes a "Call To The Post" tease, followed by a -> back to "Weekapaug" to wrap up an improvisational and excellent version.
1992-05-14 Wait Port Chester, NY 1:45 -> in from an excellent "Weekapaug." Great version of "Wait" with a "Call To The Post" tease and -> back to "Weekapaug."
1992-05-14 Weekapaug Port Chester, NY 3:39 -> in from an excellent "Wait" sandwich to wrap up a great and entertaining "Weekapaug."
1992-05-14 McGrupp Port Chester, NY 9:22 Trey and Mike offer great backing to Page, especially Mike as the jam section progresses, and Fish keeps the engine clicking along nicely throughout.
1992-11-27 Divided Port Chester, NY 16:45 Outstanding version, an anomaly that jams far longer than any other performance prior to 10/31/94. Of course Trey is blistering here, but this also has a distinctly quiet, settled section that anticipates the band's less rocking, more restrained sound in the later '90s.
1992-11-27 SOAMelt Port Chester, NY 9:35 Very cool and exploratory jam includes a nice quiet section and some good, rhythm-oriented jamming.
1992-11-27 Possum Port Chester, NY 10:39 Great tension building, multiple peaks and shredding Trey in a roaring "Possum."
1992-11-27 Bowie Port Chester, NY 13:28 Jam starts in a quiet, pensive style, but picks up a head of steam, getting nasty and intense.
1992-11-28 Foam Port Chester, NY 9:38 Awesome build-up section with Machine Gun Trey taking a strong lead position.
1992-11-28 Stash Port Chester, NY 10:16 Great, inspired version which gets out there and has very good Fish/Trey teaming.
1992-11-28 Mike's Port Chester, NY 9:22 Beginning with excellent "Walk This Way" jamming, the energy builds up to the first break. After a momentary cloud of dissonance, a percussive, exploratory groove expands nicely. A great version with 2 equally strong jams.
1992-11-28 Avenu Malkenu Port Chester, NY 9:40 Blistering, ripping version. Trey is sick!
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
A purple date indicates that you were in attendance.


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