|1992-07-31||YEM||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||18:37||Very strong pre-'93 version, released by Kevin Shapiro on LiveBait 07.|
|1995-06-20||Foam||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||10:44||Great mini build-up at the end of Page's solo. Mike is strong during the quiet section of Trey's solo. Powerful build-up.|
|1995-06-20||If I Could||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||8:23||Trey skillfully deploys the Leslie to great effect following some beautiful Page piano action.|
|1995-06-20||CDT||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||8:56||Typical '95 Phish where they manage to pack a ton of music and jamming into a relatively short space of time. This jam explores multiple directions. High quality fare.|
|1995-06-20||Mike's||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||20:39||A quick, uneventful 1st jam drops swiftly into deep, dark Summer '95 exploration. At first, this 2nd jam is mostly a threatening, evil soundscape. But a steady beat from Mike and Fish, and directed playing by Trey bring it back to a rocking form. Following some pulsing play from 12:00 to 15:30, things slip back into the murky abyss, where they remain until a welcome brightening and -> to "Contact."|
|2000-09-18||Boogie On||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||13:37||Very improvisational version. Trey adds nicely to the basic outro, then the group moves on to a bluesy swing, swirling '00 funk, some rhythmic jamming, and a spacey transition with a -> to "Twist."|
|2000-09-18||McGrupp||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||12:33||Trey deploys the Leslie, evoking shades of a '95 "Slave," a bit of an anachronism pleasantly befitting '00. The jam provides a welcome cool down, featuring great and extended Page soloing augmented by Trey, who leads the band through an outro notable for an additional ambient pasage.|
|2000-09-18||Halley's||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||16:26||A raging rockfest loaded with liquid metallic sounds for most of this jam, before finally unwinding in the final minutes.|
|2000-09-18||Taste||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||10:54||Page's solo is excellent, but also atypically unhurried and gentle. Trey matches this sentiment initially, before the whole band cranks it up for the show capping finale.|
|2010-06-12||BDTNL||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||13:39||Excellent "Type II" version which starts to break away from "BDTNL" at 5:30 in a rocking and upbeat direction. At 8:30, the jam shifts into an ominous, dark Mike-led groove with great playing by Fish and Page as well as Mike.|
|2011-06-04||BOTT||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||8:25||Page shines from start to finish.|
|2011-06-04||Possum||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||10:21||The jam includes a number of tempo downshifts, grinding things to a near stop, including during the ending lyrics.|
|2011-06-04||Steam||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||8:09||Debut. A pleasant, relaxed Trey solo.|
|2011-06-04||Sneakin' Sally||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||13:03||Following the vocal jam, the band breaks into a funky groove with a very 2011 sound to it (a bit of the staccato or "plinko" funk, somewhat similar to the 12/28/11 "Cities") that eventually gets "Manteca"-esque before dissolving into a spacey jam. > to "Harry Hood," a highly acclaimed combo among fans.|
|2012-06-24||Golden Age||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||11:17||A very good, psychedelic jam including an introspective ambient section in which Trey uses his delays/pedals to great effect. > to "Ghost."|
|2015-08-07||CDT||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||15:00||Again, a jam emerges following the closing refrain. Beginning in a relaxed, minor mode groove, the mode shifts to major, and Trey works into a great theme/melody. After bringing the play to a peak and transition settling, the energy rebuilds and -> to "Tweezer."|
|2015-08-07||Tweezer||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||19:18||Spectacular improvisation that traverses titillating terrain before mellifluously mellowing into "Lizards."|
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