|2011-06-01||Holmdel, NJ||9:50||Debut of the "Led Zeppelin" classic emerges > from a foggy "Tweezer".|
|2011-07-03||Watkins Glen, NY||9:32||Strong, effects-laden playing that pushes a psychedelic edge to match the dark heaviness in the song's lyrics. Firm and confident playing leads to a satisfying peak; a prototypical type I "No Quarter." Fans of this version should also check out 8/17/11.|
|2014-08-29||Commerce City, CO||7:37||Closes out the "Lushington" gag. Whale call dominates the very strong and satisfying peak. Clean playing from the entire band effort that builds cleanly. Compact, but in no way short. Fans of this version should also check out 10/26/13.|
|2016-07-19||San Francisco, CA||6:55||In addition to strong playing, this version distinguishes through the use of dynamics. The jam section starts off as a quiet and calm respite, before patiently climbing to a ferocious and breathtaking peak.|
|2018-10-28||Rosemont, IL||12:15||A pleasant surprise from Fall 2018, as out of the final verse the band vamps on the usual "No Quarter" jam, before Page leads them into a brief but lovely major key jam with some nice Trey soloing. Grows briefly funky thanks to Page on clavinet, before Trey hits on the opening chords to "Cities", leading to a nifty ->.|
|2018-12-29||New York, NY||7:45||> out of a fan-favorite "Tweezer" > "Death Don't Hurt Very Long" -> "Tweezer" sequence. A particularly passionate version befitting the set it's in, with sharp playing from everyone and a truly fiery Trey solo on top. Reminiscent of the cooking-with-gas 2011 "No Quarter"s. > into an equally killer "Also Sprach Zarathustra".|
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