|1993-08-12||Bag||Rochester Hills, MI||7:40||The old intro is played although it was largely abandoned after 1988. Odd little outro jam tacked on to the back as well.|
|1993-08-12||Reba||Rochester Hills, MI||15:20||Syncopated grooving that departs the "norm" and features a fun, intense breakdown, with truly remarkable full-band exploration, a la "David Bowie." The playing almost gets pushed back to "Reba" territory before collapsing totally into improvisational "Bomb-Facotry-esque" wonkiness.|
|1993-08-12||SOAMelt||Rochester Hills, MI||12:04||Excellent version that weaves back and forth, back and forth between super tight but typical "SOAM" playing and exploratory jaunts.|
|1993-08-12||Landlady||Rochester Hills, MI||3:10||An unusual "The Landlady"/"Tweezer" combination, with both songs weaving back and forth.|
|1993-08-12||Tweezer||Rochester Hills, MI||12:20||Get Back signals, a Simpsons signal, and several measures of "Landlady."|
|1993-08-12||Landlady||Rochester Hills, MI||0:22||> in from "Tweezer." A few measures of "The Landlady" are played at the end of "Tweezer."|
|1993-08-12||Tweezer||Rochester Hills, MI||0:34||> in from a brief reprise of "The Landlady" to complete this song combination.|
|1993-08-12||Possum||Rochester Hills, MI||10:24||Like 8/8/93, another improvisational version. "Possum" isn't exactly a "Type II" vehicle, but there are brief moments in this one that come close. Includes a "Tweeprise" tease, a solid low-key start and a rocking conclusion to the jam.|
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