|1997-02-13||Jam||London, England||8:41||> in from "PYITE." An excellent, far-ranging and mildly dark jam emerges from the post-"PYITE" haze.|
|1997-02-13||Hood||London, England||14:37||The early part of the jam includes warm, delicate musing. As Fish increases the percussive dynamic, the power gradually builds. Rather than rushing to peak, the band takes it time getting there, but with the power continually building, adding to strength of this quality version.|
|1997-06-16||Reba||London, England||14:40||> in from the rocking debut of "I Don't Care," the jam, here, offers a stark contrast. Trey works great, melodic soloing into a beautiful passage of quiet restraint, Page's fills matching the "Doc's" warm tone. Trey, via an impressive array of styles and ideas, slowly rebuilds intensity, and the band enters an unusual, somewhat funky jam, before arriving at a sudden conclusion. Cool version.|
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