|1993-04-16||Weekapaug||Louisville, KY||9:44||The jam quickly moves beyond the standard into exploratory '93 territory, with Page, Mike and Trey mixing it up in the quiet section, which reduces down to little more than a quiet pulse, before rebuilding in a thrilling, powerful and electrified manner and returning to "Weekapaug."|
|1993-04-16||Gumbo||Louisville, KY||4:12||Short jam, but a dramatic, extended ending with screaming. Highly entertaining for a short version.|
|1993-08-15||Runaway Jim||Louisville, KY||9:46||Another good August '93 "Jim" that expands into some great improvisational jamming.|
|1993-08-15||Fee||Louisville, KY||6:33||Playful improvisation in the outro with Mike taking the lead melodically. > to "Paul and Silas."|
|1993-08-15||Stash||Louisville, KY||17:56||Almost unquestionably the finest, most improvisational and thrilling stand-alone version of "Stash" ever performed (11/14/95 taking the song combination honor). SBD from FTA - IT - Part 2. Download this, NOW!|
|1993-08-15||Tweezer||Louisville, KY||19:35||Arguably some "Cities"-esque chords from Trey, Antelopian HOSE, "Cocaine"-esque, and "Harry Hood"-intro-like jamming, and a glorious dying-out-of-the-theme ending. This is quite a version.|
|1993-08-15||Hood||Louisville, KY||13:29||The jam begins in a very delicate manner, then grows in power with sprinkles of improvisation. There's another great quieter section, and then at 10:40, it's all guns blazing for a full throttle finish.|
|1994-10-10||Tweezer||Louisville, KY||16:13||This version is highly improvisational, sounding poor at times (IMO), but I believe this may simply be the band's first attempt at a Bangor-like "type II" version.|
|1995-10-29||SOAMelt||Louisville, KY||12:03||Jam immediately breaks into a propulsive groove. Low key at first, the tension builds as it gets beyond "SOAM." Intense.|
|1995-10-29||It's Ice||Louisville, KY||4:47||"It's Ice" -> to "Kung," which is played in its entirety during the jam segment.|
|1995-10-29||Kung||Louisville, KY||2:45||-> in from "It's Ice." Following "Kung," -> back to "Ice."|
|1995-10-29||It's Ice||Louisville, KY||1:42||-> in from "Kung" to complete this version of "Ice."|
|1996-11-07||Gin||Lexington, KY||26:31||Incredible, multi-faceted, Must-Hear "Gin" with 4 distinct sections: 1) a stirring, Trey-led "Type I" jam; 2) a superb Page-led Moog and keyboard jam; 3) a spirited, rocking Trey-led jam; and 4) a cool, unusual ending section.|
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