|1987-05-20||Antelope||South Burlington, VT||11:02||Good dissonance and great shredding by Trey in a spirited early version.|
|1987-08-29||Sneakin' Sally||South Burlington, VT||7:21||Great, rocking version with an extended vocal jam that includes crazy, animal-like screaming.|
|1987-08-29||Makisupa||South Burlington, VT||11:26||Long, playful jam. The highlight is an absolutely gorgeous solo by Trey around 7:20-9:40.|
|1987-08-29||Curtain With||South Burlington, VT||12:02||Fish and Mike are noticeably strong in The Curtain section, despite some minor precision issues from Trey and Page. After the anthemic repeat which would evolve into "Rift," this With jam really takes off into some stunning and inspired playing by Trey, strengthened by colorful and delicate Page counterpoint. Trey's spirited melodies from about 10:25 - 11:00 sound remarkably similar to the as yet unhatched jam in "Mockingbird." The cathartic settle seems the perfect ending.|
|1987-08-29||McGrupp||South Burlington, VT||8:30||Nice rocking vibe to the jam, with Page and Trey sort of trading licks at moments. The jam keeps on rocking, with no return to the "McGrupp" closing, and neatly -> to "Possum."|
|1987-08-29||Timber Ho||South Burlington, VT||9:36||Strong early version. Some serious Trey raging on this one.|
|1987-08-29||Mike's||South Burlington, VT||9:04||The jam has a great swinging, rocking vibe to it at first, and is very unlike the typical modern "Mike's" jam. Fish is noticeably strong as the energy of the jam builds. First time that "Hydrogen" follows "Mike's."|
|1987-08-29||Bowie||South Burlington, VT||16:20||Leaves the standard fare at about 7:20, then meanders back. At 10:00, the jam makes a clean break for good. Some early space jamming, followed by an excellent blues jam at 13:15 that sounds like George Thorogood's "Bad To The Bone." Unfinished with -> to "JJLC."|
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