|1990-09-28||Gumbo||Poughkeepsie, NY||4:19||Debut. Drawn-out intro, and it ends kinda suddenly midst the jam. Work in progress.|
|1991-05-02||Possum||Poughkeepsie, NY||9:56||Cool intro with "Wipeout" teases. Jazz-like jam early with pulsing rhythm. Great Machine Gun Trey action follows.|
|1993-02-12||Wedge||Poughkeepsie, NY||6:38||Another "Wedge," another intro. Here, Trey leads, with Page playing in support. This dynamic produces different soloing, featuring more Trey, and great, restrained Page. The band modulates intensity through a cool outro.|
|1993-02-12||Reba||Poughkeepsie, NY||13:12||After scratching his way into the jam, Trey plays melodically, offset by Page, who features prominently in this version, offering accents and a series of fills to compliment the version's central theme. Mike and Fish sync up before Trey enters into another musical passage, infused with any number of notes, before the band works through a few false peaks as means to alight upon a nice, soaring release.|
|1993-02-12||Hood||Poughkeepsie, NY||12:29||The jam starts with a really nice, swinging vibe. As it builds, Trey has some great soloing, topping it off with strong trilling.|
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