|2014-10-31||Las Vegas, NV||4:25||Debut. Following Laura Olsher's narration and "screaming" sound effects, a plucky Trey leads the band into a jam that, prior to "Tube's" resurgence, would not have sounded out of place in a, well, "Tube" jam.|
|2017-07-14||Chicago, IL||6:34||The jam breaks away from the "Your Pet Cat" theme about 4 minutes in, growing warm and anthemic, then makes a surprising, Fish-led, and nifty -> into "Golden Age".|
|2017-07-14||Chicago, IL||3:30||-> back out of "Golden Age". Page's electric piano adds some great color to this half of the "Your Pet Cat"/"Golden Age" sandwich. > into the debut of "Leaves".|
|2021-10-30||Las Vegas, NV||15:16||"YPC" gets its legs fully stretched out for the first time. As this song can, it sounds not unlike a "Tube" jam. This version is replete with great playing from Page on his synth. Around 9:15, Trey leads the band into new territory. His play is deliberate, Mike and Fish push the jam underneath him. Page wails on his keys alongside. The jam reaches a frenzied peak around 13:45 and then goes back into the song proper and then > "Runaway Jim".|
|2022-02-26||Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico||9:38||-> out of "Twist". Continuing "YPC"'s unexpected run as a jam vehicle, this baby turns into a real Page synthesizer showcase, briefly delving into The Weirdness before Trey's solos bring us back to "YPC" proper.|
|2022-12-29||New York, NY||6:09||Melds -> in from an exploratory "Fluffhead" jam, and this "YPC" too gets an unusual treatment, as midway through the funk transitions to a pumped-up, increasingly upbeat blowout.|
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