|1995-11-16||Jam||West Palm Beach, FL||3:02||A short background jam with Trey on percussion while he discusses the debut of the band/audience chess match.|
|1996-11-02||Ya Mar||West Palm Beach, FL||9:33||Karl Perazzo on percussion. Great version with a "tropical" feel.|
|1996-11-02||Fee||West Palm Beach, FL||5:35||Karl Perazzo on percussion. -> to "Taste."|
|1996-11-02||C&P||West Palm Beach, FL||23:53||With Karl Perazzo on percussion. One of the most energetic and exciting jams in Phish's career.|
|1996-11-02||Antelope||West Palm Beach, FL||13:40||Karl Perazzo on percussion. -> in from a 20+ minute "C&P." Straightforward but an intense and spirited version.|
|1996-11-02||Hood||West Palm Beach, FL||14:20||Karl Perazzo on percussion. Wonderfully celebratory "Hood" in which Trey hits on a cool riff at 9:45 and Page is rock solid.|
|1996-11-02||Funky Bitch||West Palm Beach, FL||8:18||Extended improvisational version with Karl Perazzo.|
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