|1998-08-12||Slave||Vernon, NY||11:39||-> in from "Ramble On." "Those Were The Days" and "Ramble On" teases. Page is great on the Fender-Rhodes before shifting back to piano with Trey leading a spirited finale that has a bit more gusto than most '97s.|
|1998-08-12||Mike's||Vernon, NY||18:02||Opening with a thick, soupy groove, this long single jam has several sections. The basic groove builds up until 7:15, when things settle down into more ambient/funky terrain. Around 12:00, led by Fish, the guys bring the big guns back out for a few minutes, before closing out with a grundge-like, repetive theme.|
|1998-08-12||Simple||Vernon, NY||13:52||A bluesy jam emerges at 9:00 on the back end of the standard outro. An unusual version which > to "Rift."|
|1998-08-12||Loving Cup||Vernon, NY||8:59||The band rocked so hard in this mid-second-set version that they needed to cool down and segued promptly after it into "Sleeping Monkey." No joke.|
|1998-08-12||YEM||Vernon, NY||19:50||"HYHU" and "Mission: Impossible" teases. "Who's Your Daddy?" VJ. (No B&D.)|
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