|1993-03-16||Tweezer||Phoenix, AZ||5:26||Kinda messy jam on "Sweet Emotion" during the jam segment.|
|1993-03-16||Sweet Emotion||Phoenix, AZ||1:10||-> in from "Tweezer." "Sweet Emotion" is sandwiched inside "Tweezer."|
|1993-03-16||Tweezer||Phoenix, AZ||5:18||-> in from "Sweet Emotion Jam" to complete this "Tweezer."|
|1996-12-02||Taste||Phoenix, AZ||10:19||Strong '96 version with fantastic Trey playing as well predictably strong Page work. Big peak at the ending.|
|1997-07-29||Gumbo||Phoenix, AZ||13:30||The first jammed out "Gumbo" features a funky jam with Trey laying it down on his wah pedal. The jam begins to get spacey while Trey starts high pitched noodling out of a which a 4 chord descending pattern (not MLB) develops, with some beautiful work by Page (which sadly doesn't last long).|
|1997-07-29||Ghost||Phoenix, AZ||15:01||Mellow "C&P"-like groove into Monster Funk ending in Went "Gin"-like jam. [A typically funky '97 version releases and then breaks into an excellent upbeat and hose-filled groove.]|
|1997-07-29||Loving Cup||Phoenix, AZ||7:33||Another rager to close the first set.|
|1997-07-29||Antelope||Phoenix, AZ||20:31||Awesome, extended, and uniquely remarkable version that departs into a low-key, melodic and exploratory groove that has moments of really beautiful, major mode jamming before working back into nasty old "Antelope."|
|1997-07-29||Twist||Phoenix, AZ||18:27||Exploratory version with some variations on the "Twist" theme through 9:10, when the jam breaks away. After some brief engine grinding, a dark, dissonant section emerges, before eventually brightening and -> to "Taste."|
|1997-07-29||Taste||Phoenix, AZ||11:04||-> in from "Twist." Pretty intense section towards the end of Trey's solo where the whole band is just hammering away. Great Mike on this one.|
|1998-07-21||Tube||Phoenix, AZ||9:06||The Cosmic Tube. Funk jam with a reprise of the jam section. Spacey outro. Released on From the Archives-Superball IX.|
|1998-07-21||Mike's||Phoenix, AZ||16:57||After opening in a nice groove, this long single jam settles into familiar "Mike's" ground. After some "Manteca"-like jamming, the play settles and grows more funky. When Page hits the piano just after 14:00, the big peak kicks in with all guns blazing.|
|1998-07-21||Simple||Phoenix, AZ||11:23||-> in from "Mike's." A gorgeous straightforward jam eventually dissolves into ambient space and -> to the debut of "Bittersweet Motel."|
|1998-07-21||Ghost||Phoenix, AZ||19:36||Funky groove into epic soaring balls-out rock and roll supernova that throbs smoothly into bluesey intro for "She Caught the Katy." [Quality and extended straightforward "Ghost" jamming eventually takes on a nice swinging blues vibe and -> to "She Caught The Katy."]|
|2000-10-01||Guy Forget||Phoenix, AZ||15:07||-> from "Piper". Terrific '00 style space groove including Trey on the mini keyboard for a spell. -> to "When the Circus Comes".|
|2003-07-07||Wolfman's||Phoenix, AZ||14:01||A great version with a combination of good, low intensity 2.0-style funk grooves and quiet, spacious exploration that -> to the debut of "Scents And Subtle Sounds."|
|2003-07-07||Scents and Subtle Sounds||Phoenix, AZ||11:11||Debut includes intro section. Pretty intense playing in the standard jam section that follows "colors in the void."|
|2021-10-22||Martian Monster||Phoenix, AZ||7:03||Makes a surprising move out of the usual funk of "Martian Monster" into a crunchier groove, with Mike in particular doing some cool stuff. Grows more upbeat thanks to Page, then Trey leads them into "Soul Planet" via a nice segue.|
|2021-10-22||Soul Planet||Phoenix, AZ||18:28||"Hmm... this jam is okay, I can imagine many of my friends lapping this up but I'm mostly disintere-SWEET HEAVENLY LORD THIS FINAL PEAK IS AMAZING."|
|2021-10-22||Everything's Right||Phoenix, AZ||26:03||A long-winded journey through vignettes of constantly shifting happy and dark textures. Various peaks dominated by lush synth textures and whale call, all driven by the motor of Fish's cymbal work. Back half of the jam is dominated by a rhythmic pattern that would feel right at home in an extended "Chalk Dust Torture" as it does here.|
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