|1994-04-08||State College, PA||1:37||-> in from "It's Ice." The debut of the "Digital Delay Loop" jam is performed at the beginning of the "Ice" jam. -> back to "It's Ice" for more excellent "Ice"-type jamming.|
|1994-05-07||Dallas, TX||6:02||-> in from "Makisupa." "Tweezer"-like jamming emerges from the basic "DDL Jam." The Tweezerfest continues...|
|1994-11-28||Bozeman, MT||1:10||-> in from an epic "Tweezer." This iconic sounding jam fits perfectly midway through this incredible "Tweezer."|
|1994-12-29||Providence, RI||3:15||Even for a "DDL" Jam, this one is unusual, with an added psychological edge to it. Appropriate warm up section which -> to a mind-blowing, classic and MUST-HEAR "Bowie."|
|1995-12-07||Niagara Falls, NY||6:31||-> in from "Weekapaug." After a spirited and uplifting "Mike's Groove," the "DDL" Jam provides a chilly, eerie ending to this epic multi-part jam.|
|1995-12-31||New York, NY||5:05||-> in from a stellar "Mike's Song." The dark and brooding nature of this jam serves as a fitting close for this historic Set II, before an improvisational and uplifting "Weekapaug" opens Set III.|
|1997-08-17||Limestone, ME||3:50||-> in from "SOAMule." The "DDL" Jam is just part of an incredibly improvisational "Mule."|
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