|1988-11-05||Bowie||Clinton, NY||12:01||Good intro. Although essentially "Type I," the jam is very good and there is ferocious and dizzying tension building as it progresses. Good trill section also.|
|1988-11-05||Weekapaug||Clinton, NY||6:02||Rousing and uplifting straightforward version. The "Mike's Song" refrain near the end has been dropped, and the modern closing chords appear.|
|1989-11-10||Hood||Clinton, NY||11:19||As a good bouncy jam builds, there are a few times when Trey sustains a single note, and Page and Mike fill in nicely.|
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