|1997-06-20||Jam||Prague, Czech Republic||5:16||> in from "Taste." A weird, funky jazz-like jam which -> to "Cities."|
|1997-06-20||Twist||Prague, Czech Republic||13:18||A straightforward, but funkified jam breaks around 8:00 into a low key, funky jam that at times sounds similar to Santana's "Oye Como Va" before returning to "Twist." The "Oye Como Va" connection would solidify with time.|
|1998-07-05||Fee||Prague, Czech Republic||12:49||The verses are flubbed badly but Trey and the band make up for it with a unique jam. It's percussive, funky, and a little goofy, but definitely very Phishy. -> to "Water In The Sky."|
|1998-07-05||Gin||Prague, Czech Republic||14:34||Solid jam that starts to break away from "Gin" around 7:30 and gets rocking and funky with building intensity. Great Page.|
|1998-07-05||McGrupp||Prague, Czech Republic||9:28||Despite a couple of rough spots spread throughout, the jam section features a contemplative, but at moments playful Page, with an intense culmination. An iconic '98-style, ambient Trey-led "Jam" follows "McGrupp" proper.|
|1998-07-05||Jam||Prague, Czech Republic||3:11||A Trey-led ambient and serene "Jam" is added to the end of "McGrupp" proper, and has some cool background instrumental effects from the others.|
|1998-07-06||Bag||Prague, Czech Republic||4:11||> in from "Buried Alive." Conventional "Bag,", but a fantastic -> to "Ghost." A must-hear show as well.|
|1998-07-06||Ghost||Prague, Czech Republic||15:08||A bold funk intro that is further highlighted by a raging and intense jam with a peak so high it is unscalable by its most ardent fans...the musical equivalent of absinthe injection by machine gun in a crossfire hurricane. [-> in from "Bag." An extended intro leads to a blistering hot straightforward jam that eventually burns out and -> to "Cities."]|
|1998-07-06||Cities||Prague, Czech Republic||7:18||Great -> into "Cities" from a roaring "Ghost." Starts VERY uptempo, but there's a cool, smooth tempo downshift mid-first verse. Cool little guitar solo at the end taboot.|
|1998-07-06||Roggae||Prague, Czech Republic||8:06||A more rhythmic and energized jam section than later versions. Great Fish and Trey.|
|1998-07-06||Maze||Prague, Czech Republic||11:50||In addition to this being a blistering hot version, at 9:30 the entire band stops on dime in the middle of Trey's solo, Trey thanks the audience, and at 10:00, the band resumes right where it left off.|
|1998-07-06||Piper||Prague, Czech Republic||19:49||Relentless, punishing, and hard rocking jamming place this "Piper" squarely in the same company as the 11/19/97 "Wolfman's Brother" and 12/29/97 "DwD." Like those monsters, this one eventually settles down. -> to "Makisupa."|
|1998-07-06||Loving Cup||Prague, Czech Republic||8:14||Trey blazes a trail on his 'doc, RAGING LIKE MAD in this excellent version!|
|1998-07-06||Possum||Prague, Czech Republic||10:59||Awesome version with a great swingy theme to the jam that Trey keeps returning to. Mike is outstanding, and Page plays the Fender-Rhodes for a stretch, adding to the jazzy feel. Includes a "Stash" tease from Trey.|
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