|1987-02-13||Johnson, VT||9:18||Debut. The Dude of Life on vocals. The Dude sounds kind of frustrated and angry in this version.|
|1990-11-17||Somerville, MA||6:27||Includes a full band "Low Rider" jam and subsequent tease from Trey.|
|1991-09-27||Rochester, NY||5:12||Great Page and Fish on this rocking version, who briefly drive the ship into out of bounds territory. Timing may be longer due to a cut in the recording.|
|1995-10-31||Rosemont, IL||7:30||Dave Grippo on alto saxophone, Don Glasgo on trombone, and Joey Sommerville on trumpet. Excellent version with a distinctly bluesy feel to it.|
|1996-10-31||Atlanta, GA||6:28||Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, and Gary Gazaway on trumpet. "Born Under Punches" tease from Page. This excellent version has a completely different feel to it than 10/31/95, despite the similar addition of horns. This one has more of a jazz-like vibe to it, as well as strong percussion.|
|1996-11-13||Minneapolis, MN||6:35||-> to an excellent, wide ranging "Jam" follows "Suzy" proper. At first a typically rhythmic '96 jam with Trey on the mini percussion set up and Page jumping around different keyboards, it morphs into an upbeat, driving jam, even adding a little psychedelic edge near the ending > to "Prince Caspian."|
|1996-12-06||Las Vegas, NV||9:17||Guest artists include Les Claypool, Larry LaLonde, Courtney Gains, the Yodeling Cowgirls, and several Elvis impersonators. One of the Elvis impersonators leads a "Susie Q" jam at the end of "Suzy."|
|1997-02-23||Cortemaggiore, Italy||8:24||"Suzy" gets some funk!|
|1999-07-25||Noblesville, IN||10:05||Awesome version that Includes a jam based on Stevie Wonder's "I Wish" and a syncopated jam built around Page.|
|2000-09-14||Darien Center, NY||9:19||The band breaks into a fantastic rhythmic and slightly funky jam after the second verse which continues until 8:00. Following the final verse and customary conclusion, the band continues on, > to "Jam," an awesome "Suzy"-like set closing improv session.|
|2003-12-28||Miami, FL||5:36||Jarring, near heavy metal-like "Jam" breaks out after the second verse of "Suzy." Gnarly and raw, it eventually mellows into space before transitioning to "Theme From The Bottom."|
|2004-06-17||Brooklyn, NY||18:23||Multifaceted jam follows the final verse and refrain. At first rhythmic and plucky, it gradually becomes more intense, then grows slightly spacey, and intensifies again before finally settling with a > to "Axilla."|
|2004-08-11||Mansfield, MA||9:10||Most excellent version with incredible Page action on the B-3 during "Suzy" and great Fish. The band then extends the jam following the final verse with a -> to "DwD."|
|2009-10-31||Indio, CA||11:37||Sharon Jones and Saundra Williams on backup vocals, and Dave Guy, David Smith, and Tony Jarvis on trumpet, trombone, and saxophone, respectively. Outstanding, stretched out, straightforward version.|
|2010-08-07||Berkeley, CA||10:42||Band adds a nice 4 plus minute jam to the back end of "Suzy." Trey teases "Living After Midnight." > to "Slave."|
|2016-09-02||Commerce City, CO||7:27||Some great back and forth between the Chairman of the Boards and Fish and Trey on percussion results in an even more energized than typical version.|
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