|2000-10-05||Bowie||Irvine, CA||18:29||Similar to 12/29/97 where there is a shift to major mode (at about 11:56) that continues for 3:00.|
|2000-10-05||Piper||Irvine, CA||16:03||Good quality groove-based jam with nice modulation of intensity.|
|2000-10-05||Character Zero||Irvine, CA||8:30||> Piper, Trey alights upon a cool, swinging riff, and the version rides this vibe, with on-point fills from Page, the jam not so much building as unfurling, a heavy sort of bass and drum stomp. Play then becomes outright weird when Page shifts to his keys and a moody, brooding, outro ensues, with Trey quoting "Fast Enough For You".|
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