|1994-05-14||Reba||San Diego, CA||14:14||Trey modifies his tone and creates a cool, jazzy vibe. Great Page (electric) and Mike (eclectic) accent soloing which informs a lilting, airy passage. Fish creates a great beat. And the band, as one, works the version to dizzying and dazzling heights.|
|1994-12-07||SOAMelt||San Diego, CA||11:22||Another wide-ranging exploratory "SOAM." Great dissonance, a pulsing rhythm, and tension as the jam builds to a close.|
|1994-12-07||YEM||San Diego, CA||20:32||Version that's on A Live One.|
|1994-12-08||Simple||San Diego, CA||9:23||Badass funky jam! -> to "Catapult."|
|1994-12-08||Catapult||San Diego, CA||1:11||-> in from "Simple." "Catapult" is sung to the melody of a '94-style funk jam. -> back to "Simple."|
|1994-12-08||Simple||San Diego, CA||1:47||-> in from "Catapult." The funky "Simple" jam winds down and -> to "The Lizards."|
|1994-12-08||Possum||San Diego, CA||15:34||Another wacky '94 "Possum" with a spooky, extended intro, a silent jam, dissonant playing, and a raging peak.|
|1994-12-08||Reba||San Diego, CA||17:51||Huge, sprawling, epic "Reba," which sees the band tossing form and convention into the tub to produce one of the finest versions of 1994.|
|1996-12-04||Mike's||San Diego, CA||16:21||The 1st jam begins with some nice staccato-funk action, before slipping back to more conventional playing. The 2nd jam starts in rhythm and Page mode, with Trey on his favorite mini kit. He moves back to guitar quickly, and at 10:00, the jam starts to get a funky and rocking sense. The vibe and energy uptick, there's even a little "MLB"-like action, all resulting in a nice peaking jam.|
|1996-12-04||Caspian||San Diego, CA||8:29||> in from "Mike's Song." Nice but typical (for '96 "Caspian") playing by Trey, but some fantastic Page and Page/Trey playing towards the end of the jam and > to "Sparkle."|
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