|1992-03-26||Possum||Winston-Salem, NC||9:30||Fish is noticeably aggressive in this straightforward, ass-kicking jam.|
|1993-02-17||Bowie||Winston-Salem, NC||14:24||If you want to understand why "Bowie" has been so disappointing since really, the mid-'90s, just compare any recent version to this all-around fantastic one from a relatively unknown show.|
|1994-04-21||Possum||Winston-Salem, NC||11:12||Intense jam rocks the house, hard. Great Fish and Page.|
|1994-04-21||Jam||Winston-Salem, NC||5:25||With the Dave Matthews Band. -> in from "Drums" featuring Fish and Carter Beauford. A rocking and very percussive jam with both bands playing along together builds into a good groove which slows and -> to "All Along The Watchtower."|
|1995-11-21||My Friend||Winston-Salem, NC||6:55||Version follows "Guyute," the only time these kindred compositions have been paired together, and includes a spooky outro jam with strong Fish which -> to "Dog Faced Boy."|
|1995-11-21||Simple||Winston-Salem, NC||9:25||Teases of Maze, Bowie, Possum, Day in the Life, and Bowie again. Very long, funky percussion jam, with Trey on the "mini kit."|
|1995-11-21||Bowie||Winston-Salem, NC||10:23||Great fall '95 version with a "Bowie" -> "Take Me To The River" -> "Bowie" in the jam and some thunderous and blistering exploration following the debut of this song popularized by Talking Heads.|
|1995-11-21||Take Me to the River||Winston-Salem, NC||1:23||-> in from "DB." Great brief jam on this Al Green song popularized by Talking Heads emerges in the midst of a solid "Bowie" jam. -> back to "DB."|
|1995-11-21||Bowie||Winston-Salem, NC||8:45||-> in from "Take Me To The River." The real heavy meat of the "Bowie" jam is in this section.|
|1995-11-21||Ya Mar||Winston-Salem, NC||9:53||Fish solo.|
|1995-11-21||Mike's||Winston-Salem, NC||14:02||After a high powered but otherwise typical 1st jam, the band breaks into a nice melodic 2nd one, with Trey electing to stick with the guitar, and good accents provided by Page and Mike. The jam ends with a nice -> to "Keyboard Army."|
|1997-11-23||Theme||Winston-Salem, NC||10:23||Great, tight playing by all. Page adds some unusual horn-like effects as well as some descending piano progressions towards the end. > to "Black-Eyed Katy."|
|1997-11-23||BEK||Winston-Salem, NC||10:56||Extended, explosive jam. Vintage Fall '97 hard rock that reaches a screaming, full-band climax. Builds on the strong version from the night before.|
|1997-11-23||Twist||Winston-Salem, NC||10:21||Excellent version which develops its own groove with a somewhat dark undertone.|
|1997-11-23||Stash||Winston-Salem, NC||17:04||After a brief shift to major mode, the tension ratchets up noticeably. At 10:45, Mike and Fish break into a droning, repetitive groove which Trey and Page play over. This thunderous thrumming continues and -> to "NICU."|
|1997-11-23||Gin||Winston-Salem, NC||31:12||Improvisational, hard-rocking "Gin." At 13:00, following a well-played, "Type I" section, the jam breaks into 13 minutes of blistering, intense arena-style rock, before mellowing into great '97-style low-key jamming. -> to "DwD."|
|1997-11-23||Julius||Winston-Salem, NC||10:30||Some great, fire stoking playing by Trey as he brings this hot show to a fitting close.|
|1998-11-19||Ghost||Winston-Salem, NC||17:56||Soaring incandescent groove to old skool cow-funk culminating in full band screaming orgasm and a molten metal outro. [As a good dark groove gradually lightens and energizes, the jam takes an unexpected shift when Page hits the B-3, turning the expected peak into a dance party.]|
|1998-11-19||2001||Winston-Salem, NC||12:19||Alien intro that Mike destroys with a liquid nuclear bass second jam. Each member has a section where he really shines.|
|1998-11-19||Gumbo||Winston-Salem, NC||10:28||"Manteca"-like grooving. 8 minutes in the jam slows down and leads to some weird noises, possibly involving a spaceship landing on stage.|
|1998-11-19||YEM||Winston-Salem, NC||22:29||VJ features a guest appearance by Heloise Williams of the band viperHouse.|
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