|1987-08-21||Hebron, NY||6:30||-> from an improvisational "Skin it Back," this early nod to the War classic works to cool down the fury from the preceding jam, as Trey humorously sings "La Bamba" lyrics over the "Low Rider" melody. Picking up a blues-tinged theme after 4:30, this great and grooving full-band improv rocks on and -> "Back Porch Boogie Blues."|
|1994-07-10||Saratoga Springs, NY||3:30||After a heated "Mike's" jam flies past the onramp to "Simple," Trey finds a lick not unlike the War classic. Mike and band quickly pounce, and for about two minutes cruise along in a groovy, rocking "Low Rider." The ride goes squirrelly when Fish yanks the wheel, dropping into a morphing series of rhythms and tempos that split the band into four wavering entities, each keeping the melody while choosing his own speed. The "Low Rider" lurches along, slows to a near stop, then revs back up to speed and power-slides back into "Mike's."|
|2003-07-15||West Valley City, UT||3:32||-> in from "Mr. Completely." After 30 minutes of jamming to the Phish debut of "Mr. Completely," the jam now swerves unexpectedly into a series of mini segues.|
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