|1990-05-04||YEM||Keene, NH||17:17||"Flashlight" teases." "You Gotta Be A Doctor" VJ.|
|1990-09-15||Divided||Keene, NH||13:16||In addition to the predictably fleet fingered Trey, Page rocks the B-3 for a long stretch and Fish hammers away on the drums.|
|1990-09-15||Bowie||Keene, NH||15:22||Many intro teases and signals (see Setlist). The is an evil monster with dark and very improvisational jamming, rhythmic shifts, and teases and signals in the jam proper. Machine Gun Trey in combat action towards the end.|
|1990-11-30||Llama||Keene, NH||4:43||Played at a quicker (normal) tempo than the earliest versions, this one features more, really sick shredding.|
|1990-11-30||Possum||Keene, NH||10:21||Enjoy listening to Page, Mike and Fish rock out while Trey sustains a single note for nearly 90 seconds (6:30 - 8:00).|
|1991-07-12||Bag||Keene, NH||5:43||Giant Country Horns (who also played on 7/14/91, 7/21/91, and 7/25/91). Horns are a great addition. This version was released on Live Phish Vol. 19.|
|1991-07-12||Mike's||Keene, NH||6:27||Giant Country Horns version, definitely worth checking out if you haven't heard "Mike's" avec horns before. GCH also performed on "Mike's" in 1991 on July 11, 14, 15, 18, 21, 23, 25, and 27.|
|1991-07-12||Weekapaug||Keene, NH||6:00||Great jazzy Mike in the intro, then from about 3:00 - 3:45, the jam takes on an atypical but melodic and uplifting feel.|
|1991-09-25||Brother||Keene, NH||5:17||Debut. First version includes some pretty ferocious, intense playing by Trey.|
|1991-09-25||It's Ice||Keene, NH||9:25||Debut in Keene, NH. First version includes Page-led, band-wide jam following the descending chords indicating the lyrical skater's fall through the ice.|
|1991-09-25||Possum||Keene, NH||9:12||Good pulsing, exploratory early part to the jam that gets very rocking. "Rhapsody In Blue" tease and signals too.|
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