|1992-11-21||Stony Brook, NY||1:46||Debut. Played at a faster tempo than later versions, with Fish on washboard.|
|1994-10-29||Spartanburg, SC||3:04||A spry, playful jam is tagged onto the end, which sounds like it's going to speed up for a second. Instead, it pivots (->) neatly into a super "Makisupa."|
|1994-12-31||Boston, MA||1:56||-> in from "Mike's Song." A nice version of "Buffalo Bill" is sandwiched in a solid '94 "Mike's." The -> back to "Mike's" is great stuff.|
|1997-08-17||Limestone, ME||5:32||Jammed out a bit, with an extended Trey solo and a sweet drawn out transition starting at about 4:18, which at first sounds like "Boogie On" (not played since 1988, or 969 shows), but instead -> to "NICU."|
|1998-11-27||Worcester, MA||3:33||Short, low-key fade out jam tagged onto the end, which -> to "Mike's."|
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