|1993-08-11||Runaway Jim||Grand Rapids, MI||8:50||Jam gets well beyond "Jim" into some interesting exploration. It's August '93, what else would you expect?|
|1993-08-11||My Friend||Grand Rapids, MI||8:36||A wacky but improvisational outro jam occurs, including a "YEM"-like vocal jam.|
|1993-08-11||Stash||Grand Rapids, MI||11:31||Insane, tension-filled, extremely improvisational "Stash." This is a vicious animal. Totally awesome!|
|1993-08-11||Mike's||Grand Rapids, MI||12:14||The 1st jam includes a unique repeated riff from Trey and Mike. 2nd jams in 1993 were often a bit odd, even bizarre. That description fits here, as the 2nd jam is very improvisational, but also unconventional, including "Games Without Frontiers" vocal quotes from Mike.|
|1993-08-11||Weekapaug||Grand Rapids, MI||11:49||Much of the jam is decidedly "Type II" and unsettled in nature, but the return to typical "Weekapaug" at the end is quality as well.|
|1993-08-11||JJLC||Grand Rapids, MI||9:31||Nimble and delicate piano action from Page. Then Trey cranks the energy up several notches with blistering blues work.|
|1993-08-11||Antelope||Grand Rapids, MI||10:38||A jam on the Simpons signal and lots of gnarly, improvisational stuff including rhythm and tempo changes in a semi-evil jam.|
|1994-11-14||My Friend||Grand Rapids, MI||7:37||Another evil sounding outro jam.|
|1994-11-14||Maze||Grand Rapids, MI||11:44||Fish gets the intensity so cranked up during Page's turn that Trey only needs a match to blow this one up. Instead, he adds the flame thrower.|
|1994-11-14||Cavern||Grand Rapids, MI||5:34||> "Lawn Boy", this fun and spirited version retains elements of the Page "standard", resulting in a unique mashup of sorts while, at times, radically altering "Cavern's" set composition.|
|1994-11-14||Bowie||Grand Rapids, MI||25:50||3rd "Big" '94 "Bowie." One of the most exploratory and improvisational versions ever. Includes some wild and crazy interaction with the audience.|
|1994-11-14||YEM||Grand Rapids, MI||20:31||Great jam!|
|1996-11-11||Tweezer||Grand Rapids, MI||15:19||Mike really shines in this great version.|
|1998-11-11||Gumbo||Grand Rapids, MI||12:32||Jam starts off with some funky Clavinet work by Page before Trey sends the jam into an ambient soundscape with a loop. Slight build up at the end of the jam but doesn't get very far.|
|1998-11-11||BOAF||Grand Rapids, MI||8:54||Machine Gun Trey is back at it in this powerhouse, albeit "Type I" version.|
|1998-11-11||Theme||Grand Rapids, MI||11:31||The sentiment shifts from blissful elation to hard edged rocker in this strong, well played "Type I" version.|
|1998-11-11||Halley's||Grand Rapids, MI||24:00||Pretty high octane jam at first. Around 11:00, morphs into a snappy, funky phase. The energy builds as the jam regains momentum and space rage ensues. Jam abruptly segues to "Simple."|
|1998-11-11||LxL||Grand Rapids, MI||13:42||Page solos in the middle of the jam, and then the others gradually join back in to build to a high peak.|
|1998-11-11||Ghost||Grand Rapids, MI||15:47||You enjoy my Ghost while I set fire to this transformer substation leaving behind a smoldering pile of carboniferous goo. [Great groove with awesome funky Page playing with all his toys, then Trey takes the con and leads the jam to an incendiary, multi-summit peak.]|
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