|1995-06-07||Possum||Boise, ID||12:29||Several sections have a bleak and desolate tone, especially from 4:30 - 5:45, but the foreboding sentiment returns later.|
|1995-06-07||Taste||Boise, ID||6:28||Debut. Jam section features the same spiraling Trey and Page musicianship, but the lyrics, vocalist, and ending would remain a work in progress for another year. "The Fog That Surrounds" and "Taste That Surrounds" are both very similar (related) songs performed in 1995 as the band tinkered with the format for "Taste." See the song history for "Taste" on this site for more information.|
|1995-06-07||Wedge||Boise, ID||4:06||"The Wedge" reemerges to close a 135 show gap. Notable principally for the now-familiar Fish-driven intro, this compact version also features cool and confident play from Trey.|
|1995-06-07||Theme||Boise, ID||12:28||Jam section has an unusual, repeated descending chord progression. At 8:20, it morphs into a creepy, nerve-rattling jam, returning to "Theme" proper at 9:55. The quality versions from 6/25/95 and 7/1/95 have a similar descending chord structure.|
|1999-09-14||Bag||Boise, ID||27:17||A masterpiece light years removed from the two big '97 "Bags." Spare on funk, the jam embarks on a somewhat dark, swirling journey. Eventually it grows upbeat, picking up rhythm and energy, arriving at a great rocking groove. Finally, it becomes eerie and outer-space-like, with Page creating chilling effects on the synthesizer.|
|1999-09-14||Gumbo||Boise, ID||10:04||"Another One Bites the Dust" jam leads to a funky groove that has a cool stop-on-a-dime ending.|
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