Jam Chart for Czech Republic (14 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
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.
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
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