|2003-01-03||Hampton, VA||13:41||This debut version set a high standard for the jamming potential of the song and exemplifies the uplifting and rocking playing heard in all subsequent performances.|
|2003-02-20||Rosemont, IL||16:05||Caps a great set with a roaring, over-the-top jam.|
|2003-08-03||Limestone, ME||11:26||Shorter than some of its 2.0 brethren, but no less powerful.|
|2004-04-17||Las Vegas, NV||18:52||Despite a few brief departures from the norm, this version stays mostly in "Type I" territory through 15 minutes when it downshifts and works its way into a stop-start jam around 16:30. From there, it dwindles and > to "Caspian".|
|2021-10-26||Santa Barbara, CA||19:30||First appearance as an opener produces its most expansive jam to date, mixing in darker-tinged riffing and soothing meditation along with the usual triumphant outro. Unfinished -> "Makisupa".|
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