|1998-07-24||Runaway Jim||The Woodlands, TX||14:45||Around 8:00, the jam shifts into a really great upbeat and somewhat funky groove that eventually returns to "Jim."|
|1998-07-24||Loving Cup||The Woodlands, TX||8:12||Another barnburning, first-set-closing version.|
|1998-07-24||Wolfman's||The Woodlands, TX||22:48||Excellent, powerful version. The extended funk section includes some "Manteca"-like jamming. After a brief settle around 13:40, the jam breaks into a super, power-hose groove that rocks for several minutes before yielding to ambient space and a > to "2001."|
|1999-09-25||LxL||The Woodlands, TX||12:04||Nice extended jam that has a very quiet mid section, a great peak, and strong playing by Trey.|
|1999-09-25||Caspian||The Woodlands, TX||10:45||"Caspian" seems to reflect the band's musical direction and style at any moment in time more than most songs. This version, like 7/31/99, gives a broad sense of that tone and technique in the late pre-Hiatus period. > to "R&R."|
|1999-09-25||2001||The Woodlands, TX||11:10||The Borg lands and brings along some dance party, space beats. One of the biggest "2001" grooves culminates with one of Trey's great funk riffs with about 2:00 left.|
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