|1995-12-01||Mike's||Hershey, PA||20:16||A driving and furied 1st jam leads off. The 2nd begins with a somewhat dark sentiment, buffeted by an intense rhythmic sense. The jam then quiets briefly, before regaining its propulsive high energy nature. At 15:00, Page takes the lead, adding '95-style funk, while Trey opts for the mini kit. At the end, Trey returns to guitar to lead a clean -> to "Weekapaug," the first ever "Mike's"/"Weekapaug" pairing.|
|1995-12-01||Weekapaug||Hershey, PA||8:28||-> from "Mike's Song" (1st time ever), and played in a different key than normal. Despite some issues with the key change, the jam contains a beautiful, melodic theme.|
|1996-08-14||Jam||Hershey, PA||4:47||-> in from "Wilson." A very good, badass, dissonant and mildly funky jam emerges that grows spacey and > to "DwD."|
|1996-08-14||Fee||Hershey, PA||6:04||Great -> into "Poor Heart."|
|1996-08-14||Reba||Hershey, PA||13:56||With the Clifford Ball looming, the band throws down a version suitable for any festival. Fast and frenetic, the band channels some inner-Fall 1995 and plays powerfully and without reservation, racing through the composed section to jam with added verve and tenacity. A signature moment from summer tour's surprise show.|
|1996-08-14||Runaway Jim||Hershey, PA||15:14||Jam gets nicely beyond "Jim," returns, then breaks into some percussive jamming with Trey on the mini kit. Unfinished with > to "YEM."|
|1996-08-14||Tweezer||Hershey, PA||19:20||A must-hear ending to this version which is "type II" in part.|
|2000-09-15||Piper||Hershey, PA||20:08||Fishman's tempo driven percussion work moves this dark other-worldly spacious jam along.|
|2000-09-15||Tube||Hershey, PA||17:36||This incredible jam begins with fast-paced funk, while the jam reprise moves into type 2 territory with a space groove before reaching a rocking climax. > into "When the Circus Comes". Longest Tube to date.|
|2000-09-15||Jam||Hershey, PA||0:00||See Tube Jamming Chart.|
|2010-06-13||Drowned||Hershey, PA||11:49||Fish and Mike propel this shorter, funky version along. Nice work by all four, and restraint by Trey adds to the overall quality. This is really quite a good version.|
|2010-06-13||YEM||Hershey, PA||21:14||Excellent peak in the jam and Mike is awesome!!|
|2021-08-10||Soul Planet||Hershey, PA||13:27||The other Summer 2021 "Soul Planet", this bad boy doesn't take long to move into a quicksilver minor-key boil with Trey's gnarly effects taking center stage. Fish picks up the pace and a solid groove emerges, then Trey switches to major-key and the band follows with a powerful bit of hose. Fish then switches up his beat and Page takes center stage, before Trey elbows his way in with some wicked riffing and Fish steers things to more rock-oriented waters. Trey then fires up some stabbing chords before neatly -> into NICU. Inspired, melodious jamming.|
|2021-08-11||Halley's||Hershey, PA||15:15||A really fantastic first set jam from a great show, Trey going to his gloopy effects for fun, before the jam really heats up and Fish snaps into a really wicked driving groove. Page goes to the piano and finds a new key, and a really good rocking jam emerges as a result. Dies away into nothingness and > (maybe ->) into the debut of "Lonely Trip".|
|2021-08-11||BOAF||Hershey, PA||18:48||Much like the also-superb 7/9/16 "DWD", mainly stays within the envelope of the usual "BOAF" jam at first, but finds some interesting avenues within thanks to Trey's handy effects pedals. Moves into major key with Page switching to electric piano and Trey playing some repeating notes, then Fish kicks into high gear and Trey briefly switches to chords before tearing off some gnarly solos. Moves into a stranger 2.0-esque zone with Trey building up a wall of sound with his effects, Fish really urging him on, then cools down and heads back to "BOAF" proper (a thing that happened a lot this year). Strong version from one of the Summer's strongest shows.|
|2021-08-11||Ruby Waves||Hershey, PA||15:59||A wonderfully multi-faceted jam that touches on fiery effects-laden minor key grooviness, a twinkly Page-heavy relaxed jam, and a superb rockout that builds to a gigantic peak before coming to an echo-laden close. Right up there with any of the year's lengthier behemoths. > into "CDT".|
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