|1995-11-18||Slave||North Charleston, SC||10:51||This one starts peaking just before 8:00 and continues building, with one or more false peaks before the final ending.|
|1995-11-18||YEM||North Charleston, SC||30:20||Must-hear! Among the very best. "Brick House" jam!|
|1996-10-27||SOAMule||North Charleston, SC||7:34||Page > Trey vocal/guitar >Page on piano and Trey vocal/guitar together > Percussion -> Mike sings "Catapult" > Page plays "Catapult" on Theremin -> klezmer > Mike chanting > finale.|
|1996-10-27||Catapult||North Charleston, SC||2:07||-> in from "SOAMule." "Catapult" is played in the middle of a crazed Mule Duel. -> back to "Mule."|
|1996-10-27||SOAMule||North Charleston, SC||2:41||-> in from "Catapult" to complete this crazy "Mule."|
|1996-10-27||Taste||North Charleston, SC||7:31||First version with a "Norwegian Wood" (the Beatles) tease, although this one did not signify the end of the jam section. In the future, much debate would ensue over the chordal riff signaling the song's conclusion - "NICU" (which this riff MOST CLEARLY RESEMBLES part of the melody of), "Norwegian Wood," and later, "What's The Use" all entering the discussion.|
|2010-10-16||C&P||North Charleston, SC||15:01||Opening a killer 2nd set in Charleston, this one is a straight-up rocker! After a blazing jam, they hit another vocal refrain before dipping into a spacier jam. Then they build back into another vocal refrain, after which they make a move for a funkier jam before hitting one final spacier passage.|
|2010-10-16||2001||North Charleston, SC||8:20||Excellent high energy version with a few outstanding minutes from Page in the second jam.|
|2016-10-14||Tube||North Charleston, SC||6:22||The band pivots from the typical funk vamp and reaches a rocking conclusion led by Trey in this verison.|
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