|1986-12-06||Shelburne, VT||6:44||-> from "GTBT." The third known version is well-played and has a bit of an extended intro. It's highlighted by a mini-jam of "The Sloth," which wouldn't debut for another eight months, starting around 5:35. -> into "Cities."|
|1987-08-21||Hebron, NY||13:12||Replete with Marley or some other dog's barking, the band launches an exploratory, improvisational take on the Little Feat classic. The driving jam features great Mike and Page, and predictably rapid-fire Trey action. Becoming increasingly abstract after 10:30, the playing begins to settle, and Mike leads the band with a great -> into "Low Rider Jam."|
|1988-02-20||Canton, NY||12:39||Some excellent interplay between Trey and Page kicks this jam off. It culminates in screaming play from Trey and some classic, early Phish tension-and-release.|
|2018-10-21||Hampton, VA||8:49||The entire band is locked in from the start on this version. While it may never stretch outside the confines of the song proper, the jam features tight playing all around.|
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