|1992-03-20||Brother||Binghamton, NY||5:27||Excellent "Alligator Pit" banter. Actually sounds like Trey is firing a machine gun at the audience!|
|1992-03-20||Antelope||Binghamton, NY||14:37||An excellent, riveting and intense jam is followed by Fish on trombone in the pre-"Marco" section. Awesome version!|
|1992-03-20||Weekapaug||Binghamton, NY||9:56||A wild and improvisational version with all sorts of good stuff: strong Mike in the intro, unusual play and a vocal jam of sorts, exploratory play that gets well beyond standard fare, signals, an "On Broadway" tease, and sick, sick playing by Trey.|
|1994-04-09||Gin||Binghamton, NY||9:09||Pretty rocking jam, somewhat straightforward but with tempo shifts, unusual melodic lines from Trey, and a nice rhythmic breakdown section at the end.|
|1994-04-09||Stash||Binghamton, NY||10:23||Gnarly and heavy-duty power rocking jam. Not for the meek.|
|1994-04-09||Weekapaug||Binghamton, NY||9:32||A pretty crazed version with multiple teases, a vocal jam, and some unusually tense playing.|
|1994-04-09||Slave||Binghamton, NY||9:05||Great Fender-Rhodes action from Page early, with the others gradually joining the mix. By 6:00, the power has cycled up on all fronts in a very crisp and cleanly played version. This one goes to 11.|
|1995-12-14||Foam||Binghamton, NY||10:47||> in from "Horn." An overlooked standout from a show loaded with noteworthy performances. The balance and modulation of intensity is stellar, from the subtle, delicate musings during the solos, to the thrilling crescendo jam finale. Mike and Fish masterfully modify their texture as this one undulates while trending upward.|
|1995-12-14||SOAMelt||Binghamton, NY||14:11||"Type I" until 8:50 when the jam breaks into a pulsing, percussive bent, which is followed by a wacky silent jam section.|
|1995-12-14||Tweezer||Binghamton, NY||9:17||Another must-hear version. "Slip Knot" tease in the segue into Timber.|
|1995-12-14||Timber Ho||Binghamton, NY||4:58||Awesome -> in from a serious "Tweezer", the jam is typical high quality '95 "Timber" fare, followed by another fantastic -> back to "Tweezer."|
|1995-12-14||Tweezer||Binghamton, NY||9:47||-> in from "Timber" as this classic "Tweezer" continues.|
|1995-12-14||Halley's||Binghamton, NY||11:51||The first truly jammed-out version. Following the typical outro jam, the band breaks into an upbeat melodic groove. The pulse quickens, then settles into an eerie, on-off style jam. Fantastic segue into a stellar version of "NICU."|
|1995-12-14||NICU||Binghamton, NY||9:11||-> in from a jammed out "Halley's." A rhythmic oriented outro jam morphs into a beautiful Page solo which -> to "Slave."|
|1995-12-14||Slave||Binghamton, NY||10:43||-> in from a jammed out "NICU." Extremely powerful version. Fish and Trey lay it all out to end Set II of an epic show.|
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