|1992-04-19||Santa Cruz, CA||7:00||Oh HELL yeah! Among the earliest versions to jam.|
|1999-07-24||East Troy, WI||7:03||> in from "Tweezer. The band compensates for a botched and sloppy composed section by seriously stretching the ending segment (-> to "Jam" according to the Setlist) in a largely "Type I" manner that is upbeat, and with great guitar playing by Trey in his style typical of 1999. > to the debut of "The Happy Whip And Dung Song."|
|2000-05-22||New York, NY||9:40||Essentially straightforward, but the band nicely extends the ending jam segment by a few minutes.|
|2000-06-09||Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan||9:15||Ending jam segment stretches the limits of the basic jam with some nice rhythmic variation, but still stays "in bounds."|
|2000-06-30||Hartford, CT||12:13||> in from "Halley's Comet." Great version where the band explores and improvises with the basic "Mango" theme in a greatly extended outro jam that transitions to "Twist."|
|2000-09-17||Columbia, MD||18:19||> in from a great "Theme From The Bottom" -> "Dog Log" pairing. Following an extended, straightforward outro, this improvisational version morphs into a rhythmic and pulsing groove that grows increasingly effects laden and eerie, before transitioning to "Free."|
|2000-09-27||Englewood, CO||9:25||> in from "Ghost." Similar to 5/22/00 where the band extends the ending by several minutes, but sticks to "The Mango Song" melody.|
|2010-10-26||Manchester, NH||8:02||-> in from "Ghost." Straightforward but intensely played version that transitions neatly to "Weekapaug."|
|2013-07-26||George, WA||8:43||While mostly straightforward, there's some extra "Mango" in this solid version with great Page/Trey syncopated jamming.|
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