|1993-02-13||Llama||Newark, DE||4:53||Some great Page, and then Trey cranks the tension up and Fish hammers it home.|
|1993-02-13||YEM||Newark, DE||20:12||Cool B&D segment.|
|1994-04-18||SOAMelt||Newark, DE||9:56||A nail biting thriller with excellent melodic variation, loads of tension and an intense and dissonant ending.|
|1994-04-18||Gin||Newark, DE||10:09||Although largely straightforward, the jam is played at an accelerated tempo. This also marks the first real appearance of the present day, "Type I" "Gin" jam with Page and Trey melodically playing along to the "Gin" theme.|
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