|1994-10-31||Simple||Glens Falls, NY||8:26||Taking the outro jam up a big notch from 10/29/94, this version includes a switch from major to minor mode towards the end that creates good tension. Simply put, this is the first enchanting, gorgeous version.|
|1994-10-31||Divided||Glens Falls, NY||16:28||Superlative, epic, one for the ages. Hard rocking yet played with extreme precision, this version reflects the band at the top of its game.|
|1994-10-31||Julius||Glens Falls, NY||7:51||Trey goes insane. Truly SICK version. > "Horse."|
|1994-10-31||Reba||Glens Falls, NY||15:34||Thick grooves and beautiful melodies.... A quintessential Reba.|
|1994-10-31||Bowie||Glens Falls, NY||13:07||Essentially "Type I," but this is a textbook, immaculately played version with great tension.|
|1994-10-31||Antelope||Glens Falls, NY||10:37||Well-played, mostly straightforward version. Shows just how strong 1994 was for "Antelope" that this one barely makes the cut.|
|2013-10-23||Gumbo||Glens Falls, NY||5:12||Standard Gumbo but a great, funky clav outro from Page.|
|2013-10-23||LxL||Glens Falls, NY||7:46||A very solid version all around which includes an unusual vocal jam type ending, setting up nicely for "I Didn't Know."|
|2013-10-23||Twist||Glens Falls, NY||13:58||The "Twist" jam itself includes some nice playing by Mike and Page. Then at 6:30 the jam breaks into some mellifluous, semi-"HOSE," which settles down into thoughtful space before rebuilding energy and then cyling down to end.|
|2013-10-23||Velvet Sea||Glens Falls, NY||7:55||Following a strong "Twist," this heartfelt rendering of "Wading" provides a graceful interlude before a powerful "Hood."|
|2013-10-23||Hood||Glens Falls, NY||13:21||Early in the jam, the band pays homage to the great Worcester '10 version. After some quieter musing, the jam picks up a really great head of steam and peaks in an exultant and powerful manner.|
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