|1989-08-26||Bowie||Townshend, VT||14:21||Musically, this is a very exploratory version, with unusual melodies, rhythm, and includes several distinct movements. Few post-'95 versions have this much improvisation.|
|1990-06-16||Timber Ho||Townshend, VT||6:46||Incredible Trey. And Page's keys lend added menace to this tense and harrowing early masterpiece. This Mule bites with a vengeance!|
|1990-06-16||Possum||Townshend, VT||9:11||The beginning of this excellent jam is unusual and in minor key. Version released on Live Bait Vol. 5.|
|1990-06-16||Antelope||Townshend, VT||10:18||Kick-Ass version that rages but is also very improvisational. Mike and Trey rock.|
|1991-07-14||Reba||Townshend, VT||12:33||Trey's poised and passionate soloing belies this stellar show-opening version's early date. After weaving through multiple expressive phrases, he heartily peaks the jam with a strong assist from Fish.|
|1991-07-14||Possum||Townshend, VT||8:45||Awesome and very improvisational version with a different approach to the jam, a "DEG" tease and a roaring peak.|
|1991-07-14||Magilla||Townshend, VT||5:24||Giant Country Horns. This fun version includes great Page soloing with strong Mike backing, then Dave Grippo leads the horn section. And Fish seems to love the jazz drumming action. Other horn versions not included on this chart: 1991 - 2/8, 4/16, 5/16, 7/19, 7/25, 11/20; 1994 4/15, 5/4.|
|1991-07-14||Hood||Townshend, VT||10:30||A little "Theme from Jeopardy" teasing kicks off a strong jam with creative playing by Trey and solid backing from Page and Mike.|
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