|1994-11-22||Columbia, MO||6:08||Intense but straightforward version which -> to an incredible and classic Fall '94 "Jam," labeled as "Columbia Jam" on Live Phish Vol. 18.|
|1996-11-02||West Palm Beach, FL||8:18||Extended improvisational version with Karl Perazzo.|
|1996-11-30||Sacramento, CA||7:56||With Peter Apfelbaum on tenor sax.|
|1997-11-30||Worcester, MA||14:44||Atypical version with a low-key funk groove tacked on the end in addition to the usual blues stylings. Unfinished.|
|1999-07-21||Burgettstown, PA||8:10||Definitely among the better versions even if it's "just type I."|
|1999-07-30||Niigata, Japan||8:14||Straightforward rockin' version morphs into type II spacey haze that segues into -> Ghost.|
|1999-10-03||Rosemont, IL||7:58||Sweet version with Sugar Blue on harmonica and vocals and Son Seals on guitar.|
|2000-06-09||Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan||9:52||Atypically improvisational must-hear monster.|
|2000-07-07||Burgettstown, PA||8:05||Stays "type I" but rocks exceptionally well.|
|2000-09-09||Albany, NY||7:48||With Michael Ray on trumpet!|
|2022-02-24||Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico||7:57||Improvisational from its first measure, this atypical version keeps to "type I" jamming but is infused with a - seemingly contradictory - tight yet loose spirit, a vibrantly vivacious vibe.|
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