|1997-06-25||Lille, France||3:51||Short debut version is essentially the "Meatstick" lyrics being sung over the jam out of "DwD". -> to "McGrupp".|
|1999-07-15||Holmdel, NJ||20:42||Coasts along in a low-key ambient groove, picks up energy and direction at about 16 minutes, and then returns to more of the same easygoing jamming until > to a very strong "SOAM." Longest version to date.|
|1999-09-18||Chula Vista, CA||12:57||Spacey wah-groove in the outro. > to "Free."|
|1999-12-05||Rochester, NY||14:14||Loosely segues out of "Mike's" and includes a very atypical jam that "goes type II" and RAGES before eventually cooling down, spacing-out, and seguing well into "Hydrogen."|
|1999-12-31||Big Cypress, FL||8:44||Closes out the Big Cypress festival with a short ambient outro.|
|2003-08-02||Limestone, ME||8:11||Outro gets slightly removed from the norm and has a unique ending.|
|2010-06-27||Columbia, MD||10:00||Extended outro and a -> to "Saw it Again."|
|2011-08-05||George, WA||8:47||Great segue in from a phenomenal "R&R," and also features a bit more varied jamming in the outro. -> to "BORW."|
|2014-07-30||Portsmouth, VA||10:05||Following Trey's lead, breaks into an atypically funky jam at about 5 minutes and briefly intensifies before fading out and > to "Piper." "Fuego" tease.|
|2016-07-15||George, WA||8:36||There's a bit more heft to this outro jam than typical, most notably Trey's added Echoplex, Page's synth work, and a spacey transition > to "2001".|
|2017-01-14||Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico||11:34||This version's outro is much more musically productive than the typical and includes a "C&P" tease from Trey.|
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