|1993-02-18||Tweezer||Knoxville, TN||12:28||Takes awhile to get going, but when it does, it's very strong... before it cools off. Unusual ending too as Fish kicks ->into Foam.|
|1993-02-18||Reba||Knoxville, TN||13:05||Great drumming through the composed section mellows into a smooth, Mike-driven beat. Trey modifies his tone and hits a series of scattershot notes before infusing the jam with a warm melody and cool trilling. The band toys with an array of tempos and speeds before Trey seizes upon a great theme which is worked though a strong build into a nice peak.|
|1993-02-18||Mike's||Knoxville, TN||7:08||After a nice "In The Hall Of The Mountaint King" tease from Page, the 1st jam is centered around "Another One Bites The Dust" (Queen) teasing, then the 2nd jam features more jamming to the same tune, but in a twisted and distorted way.|
|1993-02-18||Hydrogen||Knoxville, TN||4:22||Extended intro with swells of feedback from Trey akin to the pre-Nirvana section of YEM.|
|1993-07-29||Possum||Knoxville, TN||10:26||Very cool beginning to the jam, and Trey is tuly superb throughout, embracing a variety of styles and tecniques.|
|1994-04-25||Runaway Jim||Knoxville, TN||8:15||Blistering hot "Type I" version with superb playing by Fish and Trey.|
|1994-04-25||Foam||Knoxville, TN||9:35||> in from "Fee." Page's solo is dynamic, with both subtle and louder moments. Cool band-wide collective improvisation during Trey's solo, and a high-octane ending.|
|1994-04-25||SOAMelt||Knoxville, TN||13:50||Fantastic, improvisational version that expertly combines far-ranging exploration with captivating, spell-binding playing. Fish is incredible throughout, and the blistering conclusion is icing on the cake.|
|1994-04-25||Antelope||Knoxville, TN||10:46||"Layla" teases, rhythmic gyrations, great staccato playing by Trey, and incredible Trey shredding for an intense peak.|
|1996-11-06||Mike's||Knoxville, TN||23:37||In '96, the band seemed to stretch out the "Type I" 1st jam considerably, and this one is a good example, which continues to 10:05, but not much really happens in that time. In the 2nd jam, Page treats us to a run through his gamut of keyboard toys, including the Moog, B-3, Fender-Rhodes, and piano, while Trey is noticeably hanging back in a support role.|
|1996-11-06||Weekapaug||Knoxville, TN||9:00||Straightforward, but with very strong, inspired playing by Trey (and everyone else, too).|
|1996-11-06||SOAMule||Knoxville, TN||14:53||Page > Trey vocal/guitar > Page piano, Fish on percussion, Trey guitar, Mike bass jamming out to Page's piano > klezmer and finale.|
|2009-06-10||Foam||Knoxville, TN||8:11||Powerful Page solo with a ragtime feel. Trey brings the volume way down at first before a big peak. Sounds like '93 - '94.|
|2009-06-10||Waves||Knoxville, TN||11:21||This is a very well-played version with a full length "Waves" jam. 3 minute outro jam leads to transition to "ASIHTOS."|
|2009-06-10||Reba||Knoxville, TN||12:41||Excellent full-band play featuring quiet, expansive and contemplative work from Trey, whose warm tone is complimented in great part by Page. Mike and Fish modify the beat, and the musicians dial the jam down to an all but erasure of sound. Mike and Trey team to rebuild momentum, before Trey summons a few chords and, shaping his sound, directs the band into a passage of measured and progressive space.|
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