|1997-06-13||LxL||Dublin, Ireland||9:09||Debut. Band sounds a little shaky trying to get this new song right, especially Fish with the complex rhythm.|
|1997-06-13||Vultures||Dublin, Ireland||6:39||Played twice during "Bradstock" (6/6/97), "Vultures" properly debuts in Dublin, a month before the band's historic 1997 summer tour. While the song will be reworked over the coming years, its essential elements are place, namely super intra-band improvisation, working within the "context" of the song's form, framed, in large part, by incredible percussion and rhythmic variation.|
|1997-06-13||CDT||Dublin, Ireland||9:20||Jam breaks into a nice funky-but-rockin' groove. Unfinished with -> to "Ghost."|
|1997-06-13||Ghost||Dublin, Ireland||8:22||Cursory initial inspection of form and function...healthy purr from the motor...let's rev this thing up. [Debut.]|
|1997-06-14||Free||Dublin, Ireland||11:48||The new or modern "Free" jam is hatched with funky, bass-led sound. Great Page on clavinet, organ, synthesizer and piano.|
|1997-06-14||Twist||Dublin, Ireland||9:36||Debut. Straightforward jam structure, but includes a nice funky Page-led section beginning about 6:00.|
|1997-06-14||Piper||Dublin, Ireland||4:58||Debut in Dublin. Many '97 - '99 versions follow this format, that involves (1) a long, harmonic, building intro, (2) a high energy lyrics and "Type I" jamming section, and (3) a short settling coda, but no exploratory jamming or improvisation.|
|1997-06-14||Bowie||Dublin, Ireland||18:19||Strong playing by Fish helps this fiery and tempestuous one get outside the box several times.|
|1997-06-14||Cavern||Dublin, Ireland||10:10||A low-key but VERY funky "Cavern." Check it out!|
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