|1994-04-08||It's Ice||State College, PA||5:46||Second set jam vehicle. First ever "Digital Delay Loop" jam is performed, followed by a rocking and extended "It's Ice" jam. Must-hear version.|
|1994-04-08||Digital Delay Loop Jam||State College, PA||1:37||-> in from "It's Ice." The debut of the "Digital Delay Loop" jam is performed at the beginning of the "Ice" jam. -> back to "It's Ice" for more excellent "Ice"-type jamming.|
|1994-04-08||It's Ice||State College, PA||7:19||-> in from the debut of the "Digital Delay Loop" jam. A rocking and excellent "Ice" jam follows the "DDL" jam.|
|1994-04-08||Hood||State College, PA||12:27||Begins with a nice bouncy groove, things settle into quiet, subtle playing, then Trey & Co. build to a textbook finale.|
|1994-04-08||Bowie||State College, PA||11:19||Like 1993, the band starts 1994 with an uninterrupted string of improvisational "Bowies." This one has a very cool, exploratory jam, but not so jarring and dissonant as most of the '93s.|
|1996-10-17||SOAMule||State College, PA||12:20||Guitar/vocal response by Trey. "DEG" -like jamming in Page's second solo by Page and Trey > klezmer and chanting.|
|1997-12-09||Mike's||State College, PA||11:58||The single jam has a funky bent at first. After working through some typical terrain, the funk comes back, especially after 8:30 when the jam takes on a "BEK"-like vibe, accentuated by some nice stop/start action.|
|1997-12-09||Simple||State College, PA||29:32||The jam that emerges begins subtly, then grows some legs as Fish and Mike kick the funk into gear before morphing back into a quiet, contemplative jam. Extremely improvisational version. Seamless segue sounds at first like a move to "Bowie" but becomes "Timber" instead.|
|1997-12-09||Timber Ho||State College, PA||7:44||Segue -> in from a 30 minute "Simple," this version restores the jam to its typical place of darkness, and has an almost '95 psychedelic feel to it, with Fish kicking the percussion into heavier action.|
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