|2002-12-31||New York, NY||18:17||Debut, which includes an excellent "Type II" section beginning about 11:00 that eventually returns to "WOTC."|
|2003-02-14||Inglewood, CA||23:13||Despite its duration, most of the jam section is essentially "Type I" with some interesting instrumentation. At about 18:00, the jam finally breaks free of "WOTC" into a nice low-key section that -> to "Carini."|
|2003-02-22||Cincinnati, OH||19:57||Extended "Type I" jam with building energy.|
|2003-02-25||Philadelphia, PA||19:01||Around 13:00, the jam breaks into an effects-laden groove, although it is not far removed from typical "WOTC." Returns to the standard at 17:30 to wrap up.|
|2004-06-19||Saratoga Springs, NY||20:11||Straightforward until 12:55 when the jam breaks into a nice "Type I" outro jam. This jam settles briefly, then builds into a great "Type II" jam with some melodic licks from Trey that preview the catchy riff he seizes on in the following day's "Ghost."|
|2004-06-24||Noblesville, IN||12:23||"Type I" version includes a "DwD" jam from 9:10 - 10:25.|
|2004-08-09||Hampton, VA||17:34||Aggressive, in-your-face "Type I" version.|
|2004-08-14||Coventry, VT||15:19||Jam breaks from the standard at 11:00 into a mellow groove that builds energy and > to "Runaway Jim."|
|2021-08-06||Noblesville, IN||12:28||Fish adds an extended flourish on the snare at 7:02, which is only a brief look at his fantastic work during this version. He's matched by some aggressive play from Trey in a jam that stays within the bounds of the song.|
|2022-05-31||Charleston, SC||15:10||A refreshing jam (and set placement) in this first version since '04 to significantly deviate from the typical format. Extra effects use loosens things up early as it dips into a short-lived, but moody darker segment, and then the jam brightens considerably at 10:00 with Trey and Page pairing up nicely for dual leads, before finally working its way back to "WoTC" to conclude.|
|2022-09-03||Commerce City, CO||16:21||Another version that breaks form with grime out of the gate and then develops a "There is a Mountain" theme before dipping back into the muck at 11:30. From there the jam eventually winds its way into uplifting territory once again for an exuberant peak.|
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