|1993-08-14||Divided||Tinley Park, IL||14:37||Despite being consistently well played, "Divided" was largely kept on a short leash throughout 1993. This excellent version is an exception.|
|1993-08-14||It's Ice||Tinley Park, IL||9:02||"Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy" tease by Page. Solid version with excellent Fish and Page teaming at the end of the jam.|
|1993-08-14||SOAMelt||Tinley Park, IL||12:24||Moderately exploratory considering it's August '93. Uncharacteristically lacking in the customary dissonance.|
|1993-08-14||Antelope||Tinley Park, IL||12:50||"Antelope" -> "Sparks" -> "Walk Away" -> "Antelope" -> "Have Mercy" -> "Antelope." In very good company with other major segue-fests, including the "Tweezerfest" (5/7/94) and "Stash" (11/14/95). What distinguishes this epic version is that strong improvisation is combined with melodic beauty that at times is even upbeat and inspirational. But it's also "Antelope" so expect no shortage of tension and dissonance either!|
|1993-08-14||Sparks||Tinley Park, IL||2:39||-> in from "RLAA." First stop on an epic, "Antelope"-based segue-fest. -> to "Walk Away."|
|1993-08-14||Walk Away||Tinley Park, IL||3:38||-> from "Sparks." Part of a massive and epic "Antelope"-based segue-fest which -> back to "RLAA."|
|1993-08-14||Antelope||Tinley Park, IL||6:36||-> in from "Walk Away." This fantastic "Antelope" and segue-fest continues and -> to "Have Mercy."|
|1993-08-14||Have Mercy||Tinley Park, IL||3:05||-> in from "RLAA." This epic segue-fest continues with some melodic relief from the intense sections of "Antelope" that precede it. -> to "RLAA" to finish off this masterpiece.|
|1993-08-14||Antelope||Tinley Park, IL||2:00||-> in from "Have Mercy." Here concludes one of, if not THE finest "Antelope" versions in the history of the Universe.|
|1993-08-14||YEM||Tinley Park, IL||20:40||Jams based on "Speed Racer", "Smoke on the Water", "Kool Thing (Sonic Youth)," and quoting of "Mystery Achievement" (Pretenders). Vocal jam includes a brief "On Broadway" quote.|
|1997-08-08||Gumbo||Tinley Park, IL||15:29||Not a funk fest like most '97 "Gumbos." Trey-led soloing over a funky groove leads to a more rock and roll jam with a repetitive riff from Trey.|
|1997-08-08||It's Ice||Tinley Park, IL||10:27||Weird, spacey, Trey-Mike-led jam.|
|1997-08-08||Wolfman's||Tinley Park, IL||16:17||Multifaceted jam that works through several funk sections, quickly lets loose to rock mode, then returns to more funk and more rocking before -> to "Free."|
|1997-08-08||Free||Tinley Park, IL||9:25||Great -> in from a very solid "Wolfman's Brother." The jam while similar to the post '95 - '96 jam is it's own beast; very cool.|
|1997-08-08||LxL||Tinley Park, IL||11:08||In addition to (typically '97) adept playing, this version also has a cool build to the big peak, starting at about 7:40.|
|1997-08-08||CDT||Tinley Park, IL||10:20||Raging version that keeps rising from one peak to the next.|
|1998-10-03||Down By the River||Tinley Park, IL||19:04||-> from Neil Young's "Arc." Distortion and feedback fade away as the opening notes to "DBTR" begin. Neil leads the band through the song, and then the beginning of the jam sees fun interplay between he and Trey, as they trade solos. The jam is straightforward and hard rocking, as one would expect with this guest on stage. As the jam fades away, the band returns to the chorus one last time.|
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