|1991-10-11||Bowie||Seattle, WA||11:35||The jam, very much based on "Cavern," is pretty cool. Returns to "Bowie" for a solid wrap-up.|
|1993-04-05||Stash||Seattle, WA||13:38||Excellent, very exploratory version that includes some "DEG"-like jamming. Well beyond "Stash" proper.|
|1993-08-25||Bag||Seattle, WA||9:39||The old intro section is played again. Some cool Mike action on this version.|
|1993-08-25||Stash||Seattle, WA||14:48||Yet another wildly exploratory August '93 "Stash." This one gets far from home, but doesn't quite gel cohesively.|
|1993-08-25||Possum||Seattle, WA||12:46||A couple of short sections that stretch beyond "Possum," plenty of intense, improvisational "Type I" action, and incredible shredding.|
|1993-08-25||YEM||Seattle, WA||22:42||Magnificent jam segment. Guest artist Baby Gramps joins the band for the vocal jam, which > to his "Nuthin' But A Nuthin'" aka "Mice And Bats."|
|1993-08-25||Nothin' But A Nothin'||Seattle, WA||5:48||> in from "YEM." Guest artist Baby Gramps joined the band for the "YEM" vocal jam, and then continue with a humorous rendition of his song aka "Mice And Bats," with Fish on vacuum.|
|1995-10-02||Simple||Seattle, WA||9:21||Rocking outro turns serene and dreamy, then grows creepy and dissonant, and > to "Keyboard Army."|
|1995-10-02||Slave||Seattle, WA||11:35||Near silence at the beginning of the jam, then listen carefully at 4:45 as Fish delicately and musically adds his Electrolux to the mix. The jam then kicks up several notches, and like 6/15/95, Fish seems to up the tempo slightly to add energy and power to this very fine version.|
|1996-11-27||Theme||Seattle, WA||9:10||-> in from "Free." The jam takes a very different and interesting direction than most before getting back to "Theme."|
|1996-11-27||DwD||Seattle, WA||23:04||Very improvisational, exploratory version that leaves "DwD" in the dust after 7:00. Several sections to this high quality version which -> to "JJLC" and includes a closing of "DwD" (straightforward, 4:26 duration) later in the set.|
|1996-11-27||SOAMule||Seattle, WA||14:28||Page solo > Trey on guitar/vocal with "Brady Bunch Theme" teases > Page piano with Fish on vacuum > klezmer > chanting.|
|1996-11-27||Tweezer||Seattle, WA||10:46||A solid but straightforward "Tweezer" melts into a jam on Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion," and from there into a reprise of "DwD" which was played earlier in this show.|
|1996-11-27||Sweet Emotion||Seattle, WA||1:48||Part of a fun and funky "Tweezer," Mike drives the band into a heavy and plusing "Sweet Emotion Jam." The real highlight here, however, just might be Trey's incredibly cool crossover from "Sweet Emotion" and -> into the rocking "Down With Disease" reprise.|
|1996-11-27||DwD||Seattle, WA||3:27||-> in from "Sweet Emotion Jam." The preceding "Tweezer" and "Sweet Emotion Jam" fit nicely together with this "DwD" reprise, as if one cohesive piece of music. Following a big, exploratory "DwD" earlier in the set, this reprise version brings closure to a great sequence of music.|
|2014-10-18||Sand||Seattle, WA||10:06||Trey sits back allowing Page to lead the first half of the jam until the groove turns upbeat around 6:45. From there, Trey increases his role and brings it home with melodic leads before the > to "BDTNL". A really nice, atypical version.|
|2014-10-18||BDTNL||Seattle, WA||9:01||A very solid in-the-box version, with strong Page in particular. At moments, it even sounds like Page teases the piano outro from "Sweet Home Alabama."|
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