|1993-03-30||Eugene, OR||06:24||Excellent second-set-opening version.|
|1994-04-17||Fairfax, VA||6:25||Great Trey solo in this show-opening version.|
|1996-11-19||Kansas City, MO||7:12||Trey rips it up and closes the FIRST set in a fiery fashion!|
|1997-07-29||Phoenix, AZ||7:33||Another rager to close the first set.|
|1997-11-13||Las Vegas, NV||7:00||Quite a strong Trey solo, have a listen!|
|1997-12-05||Cleveland, OH||8:03||Would be interesting to know how many calories Trey burned while shredding the hell out of this one.|
|1997-12-31||New York, NY||8:57||This is how to close a third set on NYE! Crazy-raw, rough playing by all!|
|1998-04-03||Uniondale, NY||6:54||> in from "Piper." Sort of the icing in the cake which brings the incredible "Roses Are Free" > "Piper" jam to an upbeat and celebratory close, before launching into the comic "naked guy" madness which happens in the ensuing "Antelope."|
|1998-07-06||Prague, Czech Republic||8:14||Trey blazes a trail on his 'doc, RAGING LIKE MAD in this excellent version!|
|1998-07-24||The Woodlands, TX||8:12||Another barnburning, first-set-closing version.|
|1998-08-12||Vernon, NY||8:59||The band rocked so hard in this mid-second-set version that they needed to cool down and segued promptly after it into "Sleeping Monkey." No joke.|
|1998-08-15||Limestone, ME||7:56||They just kill it to close the third set!|
|1999-07-25||Noblesville, IN||8:40||They can encore with this amazing version any time they want! Fantastic climax in the jam, and a short bonus outro-jam!|
|2000-09-14||Darien Center, NY||9:36||Incredible show of force! Bonus outro-jam taboot!|
|2003-02-26||Worcester, MA||11:09||Magnificent, must-hear, blisteringly-intense, shredfest with a drawn-out ending!|
|2004-06-24||Noblesville, IN||7:30||A rager to open the show!|
|2009-10-31||Indio, CA||7:23||This version is FIERCE, what with horns and soulful backup vocals!|
|2019-06-12||St. Louis, MO||11:34||The longest "Loving Cup" to date is a clever - if not forced - nod to a Stanley Cup win for the St. Louis Blues minutes before this jam. A quiet bounce led by Page's piano and fast rotary tone from Trey explores quiet space at first. A rhythmic plinko jam follows, with Page on Wurlitzer and Fish's wood blocks providing occasional accent. At 7:15, Trey hints at a shift from minor to major key tonality, although the band winds back down into the patient rhythmic shuffle. Finally, at 8:45 Trey plays a few trills and Page switches to synthesizer, as a deserved - though again, if not forced - peak matches the elation of the city's first NHL championship. Whale call and twinkly Rhodes dominate the forefront of the peak, which winds down to > "Twist."|
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