|1993-08-13||Llama||Indianapolis, IN||5:57||> in from "Lengthwise." Cool little Mike solo between Page and Trey. Brief exploratory jamming towards end of Trey's solo. Blistering finish.|
|1993-08-13||Foam||Indianapolis, IN||9:20||-> in from "Makisupa." A fantastic segue. Jam begins with Mike soloing quietly, then Page joins him in a largely delicate duo (with Fish subtly keeping the beat). Trey's solo is similarly restrained. At 7:15, the volume comes back up for a exclamation point finale.|
|1993-08-13||Stash||Indianapolis, IN||11:08||Very exploratory, but also remarkably musical. Lots of tension, but without so much chaos and dissonance.|
|1993-08-13||Bowie||Indianapolis, IN||19:18||Long, very musically-oriented intro. Serious improvisation, but unlike many other strong versions, this one is far less dissonant and shrill. Rather, it is very rich musically, including little jams on "The Mango Song" and "Magilla."|
|1993-08-13||Gin||Indianapolis, IN||15:49||Incredibly improvisational, Must-Hear "Gin," one of the best ever. After 83 mostly straightforward versions, the band in August '93 suddenly seizes upon "Gin's" jamming potential. This wild, racehorse version is fun, wacky, musically coherent, has multiple teases/jams, and segues seemlessly into "Ya Mar."|
|1993-08-13||Mike's||Indianapolis, IN||12:24||A shredding 1st jam with good variation is followed by yet another improvisational but somewhat wacky 2nd jam. Here the band settles into some quiet, Mike-led play, before thematically rebuilding, with the band's weird chanting/screaming adding to its crazed nature.|
|1994-06-24||Reba||Indianapolis, IN||13:45||Great theme out of the composed section, notable for really quiet and wholly unique playing. The band continues to explore and push boundaries, with the jam becoming "primal" and totally out of the ordinary. Very cool.|
|1994-06-24||Antelope||Indianapolis, IN||19:56||Very improvisational and multi-faceted version with several distinct "Type II" sections, including an uplifting "DwD" jam near the end. Released as filler for Live Phish Vol. 10. A heavyweight among "Antelopes."|
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