|1994-07-02||Divided||Holmdel, NJ||15:16||A classically high power '94 version which wastes no time kicking into gear, includes great trilling and rapid-fire action from Trey, strong B-3 from Page near the ending, and thunderous Fish throughout.|
|1994-07-02||FEFY||Holmdel, NJ||6:44||With his tone dialed in perfectly, Trey patiently builds in both pitch and intensity upon the typical "FEFY" theme to a climactic catharsis of melodic magnificence. As with many '94 "FEFY"s, > "SOAMule."|
|1994-07-02||Tweezer||Holmdel, NJ||11||Lots of siiick soloing from Trey.|
|1994-07-02||Weekapaug||Holmdel, NJ||11:14||Thrilling version which peaks with the melody of "2001" and also teases "Antelope" in the jam.|
|1994-07-02||McGrupp||Holmdel, NJ||9:29||The jam section begins with good energy, settles, then rebuilds with Trey, Mike, Fish and the audience contributing rhythmic support. Then there's a brief "Landlady"-like section before the tension mounts and finally breaks as the closing section begins.|
|1999-07-15||Farmhouse||Holmdel, NJ||9:46||Great extended "Type I" version which demonstrates the song's potential as a straightforward jamming vehicle. Here, the jam moves beyond the typical Page/Trey interplay to a full-band swing with a relaxed beginning that builds in power to a soaring crescendo.|
|1999-07-15||YEM||Holmdel, NJ||23:58||Killer jam segment! (Available on LiveBait Vol. 04) (No B&D.)|
|1999-07-15||Meatstick||Holmdel, NJ||20:42||Coasts along in a low-key ambient groove, picks up energy and direction at about 16 minutes, and then returns to more of the same easygoing jamming until > to a very strong "SOAM." Longest version to date.|
|1999-07-15||SOAMelt||Holmdel, NJ||10:30||Epic, exploratory "SOAM" -> "Kung" -> "Jam." "SOAM" has excellent tempo shifts and dissonance before the -> to a wild "Kung," which leads to an incredible, multi-part groove-based jam (and which is really a return to "SOAM").|
|1999-07-15||Kung||Holmdel, NJ||3:02||Epic, exploratory "SOAM" -> "Kung" -> "Jam." "SOAM" has excellent tempo shifts and dissonance before the -> to a wild "Kung," which leads to an incredible, multi-part groove-based jam (and which is really a return to "SOAM").|
|1999-07-15||Jam||Holmdel, NJ||16:59||Epic, exploratory "SOAM" -> "Kung" -> "Jam." "SOAM" has excellent tempo shifts and dissonance before the -> to a wild "Kung," which leads to an incredible, multi-part groove-based jam (and which is really a return to "SOAM").|
|1999-07-15||CDT||Holmdel, NJ||12:09||Some raging Trey in this high energy, extended jam that never quite breaks free from "CDT," but rocks HARD, including an accelerated tempo towards the end.|
|1999-07-16||Mike's||Holmdel, NJ||12:20||A solid, mellow groove jam, with a fair amount of "Manteca"-like melodic playing from Trey. The energy level gradually builds, but the jam is generally pretty even sloped. Although there is a brief 2nd jam, it's little more than a quiet transition to "Hydrogen."|
|1999-07-16||Weekapaug||Holmdel, NJ||10:36||A nice funky breakdown groove with strong Mike and Page concludes with Trey teasing "2001" several times before returning to "Weekapaug" to wrap up.|
|2000-06-28||Taste||Holmdel, NJ||11:22||Fish adeptly intensifies the percussive effects to compliment Trey's very spirited soloing.|
|2000-06-28||Gin||Holmdel, NJ||17:09||Excellent and exultant "Gin." The jam breaks into a funky groove that grows increasingly rocking and uplifting. Though it never gets far removed from "Gin" proper, the jam has magical, spirit-moving power.|
|2000-06-28||If I Could||Holmdel, NJ||7:18||Magnificent set-closing version.|
|2000-06-28||Jibboo||Holmdel, NJ||10:56||Another strong summer '00 straightforward "Gotta Jibboo," which ebbs and flows like the best of them. Tightly played, and the band doesn't hold back anything from its bag of tricks.|
|2000-06-28||Mike's||Holmdel, NJ||11:27||Bad ass dark and stormy groove-based jam which eventually comes to a complete stop, pauses for more than a few, and resumes right where it left off.|
|2000-06-29||LxL||Holmdel, NJ||12:35||Very solid with excellent playing by Trey. The intensity modulates up and down in the jam, with two enormous peaks.|
|2000-06-29||Drowned||Holmdel, NJ||18:25||Great version with an upbeat, pulsing jam that morphs into a celebratory, "Gin"-on-steroids-like section that segues seamlessly into "Rock And Roll."|
|2000-06-29||BOAF||Holmdel, NJ||13:40||"A Love Supreme" tease. Around 7:50, the jam migrates away from "Birds" into a deep and somewhat dark groove-based jam. Unfinished with solid -> to "Catapult."|
|2000-06-29||Sand||Holmdel, NJ||16:58||Dark jam with Trey on the keyboard for a good portion and effects/loops throughout.|
|2011-05-31||After Midnight||Holmdel, NJ||11:16||The jam tracks "After Midnight" fairly closely for a stretch, then around 9:00 it breaks into a nice upbeat groove which swiftly settles down.|
|2011-06-01||No Quarter||Holmdel, NJ||9:50||Debut of the "Led Zeppelin" classic emerges > from a foggy "Tweezer".|
|2011-06-01||BDTNL||Holmdel, NJ||9:50||Fiery and rocking "Type I" version with a nice big peak.|
|2013-07-10||C&P||Holmdel, NJ||16:06||Trey seems less interested in the typical type-I shred fest and more interested in a nice space funk jaunt. He sits back on rhythm, but his lack of presence in the lead position does not cause this jam to suffer. Gordon and Page bring a lot fresh ideas and deliver a jam that never lacks direction or focus.|
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