|1993-02-26||SOAMelt||Tampa, FL||9:01||Machine Gun Trey takes out the audience in this largely straightforward, but blistering hot version. Fish rocks too.|
|1993-08-02||Gin||Tampa, FL||11:02||After very few performances from Summer '92 - July '93, this "Gin" blows open the doors to serious improvisation, including tempo shifts, a "Sleeping Monkey"-like jam, then some great free-form jamming. -> to "Makisupa."|
|1993-08-02||Mike's||Tampa, FL||8:34||Straightforward version until just before the customary closing chords would end the song and "Hydrogen" might begin, in that where "Simple" eventually would start-up, the band launches into what old tapes called a "Heavy Metal Jam," which features Joe Rooney screaming on vocals (and then that jam segues into "Sparks").|
|1993-08-02||Antelope||Tampa, FL||10:59||Sick jam with dissonance, rhythmic gyrations and soaring tension, plus a "Makisupa Reprise" jam in the "Rocco" section.|
|1995-11-15||SOAMule||Tampa, FL||12:12||Page solo > Trey singing scat and playing guitar with great audience reaction > Page solo > klezmer > prayer-like chanting from Mike > ending.|
|1995-11-15||Mike's||Tampa, FL||18:38||A multi-section "Mike's" begins with a rocking, somewhat dissonant opening section. In the 2nd part, Trey nicely decides to stay on guitar, and the jamming here is both intense and rocking, but also melodic. Finally around 14:00, the jam settles into a quieter, spacey section, but as Trey adds Leslie-infused touches, things end on a hopeful and upbeat vibe.|
|1995-11-15||Weekapaug||Tampa, FL||11:31||The jam includes an engaging, funky percussive section and an extended, intense buildup to the peak.|
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