|1987-02-21||Burlington, VT||5:17||Debut. Mike's bass playing is noticeably strong and funky even in this first version.|
|1997-12-07||Dayton, OH||7:55||Busted out after a 989 show gap and segues smoothly out of Wolfman's Brother. The '97 style outro jam is distinct and deviates from the structure of "Boogie" at 5 minutes and is played at a slower tempo than recent versions. Transitions to a hot "Reba".|
|1998-08-02||Noblesville, IN||7:26||Funk groove that sticks close to the "Boogie on" theme and features great contributions from all band members, especially Fishman.|
|1999-07-25||Noblesville, IN||10:43||Extended funk groove. Mike holds it down while Page and Trey play off each other very well. Returns to the "Boogie on" theme at 10 minutes.|
|1999-09-18||Chula Vista, CA||21:30||The intial funky jam seems to be coming to an end at 9 minutes, but the jam picks back up and grooves for a few more minutes while Trey plays lead before the jam shifts to soaring, melodic "hose". Returns to "Boogie" with breakdown solos from Mike, Trey, and Page. Must-hear.|
|1999-12-02||Auburn Hills, MI||8:00||Wah-groove from Trey.|
|1999-12-11||Philadelphia, PA||7:50||An extra funky jam kicks off a great set.|
|2000-09-18||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||13:37||Very improvisational version. Trey adds nicely to the basic outro, then the group moves on to a bluesy swing, swirling '00 funk, some rhythmic jamming, and a spacey transition with a -> to "Twist."|
|2003-02-21||Cincinnati, OH||6:47||Breakdown jamming.|
|2003-12-02||Boston, MA||6:10||20th Anniversary edition. The jam shifts in the last minute to set up the segue into "Cities".|
|2003-12-29||Miami, FL||7:04||-> in from "Twist." Short, but definitely gets beyond "Boogie On" into a nice groove before -> to "Ghost."|
|2004-06-26||East Troy, WI||12:43||During the outro, Mike has a brief solo, and from there, Trey and Page take off, while Fish and Mike stick to "Boogie On" for a bit. The latter two don't hold on for too long before joining the hard rocking, very optimistic (for 2.0) jam with a -> to "Ghost."|
|2009-08-02||Morrison, CO||16:30||Dynamic and improvisational version that includes a "Twist"-esque jam and "Oye Como Va" tease from Page. The sentiment is very positive and upbeat (again). Must-hear for any 3.0 nay sayers.|
|2010-07-01||Raleigh, NC||9:52||In the encore slot. While basically "Type I", Trey provides a rich and celebratory melodic line to the basic "Boogie On" outro jam, which elevates this version considerably.|
|2010-08-09||Telluride, CO||8:23||Segues out of "Tweezer". Manteca tease from Page in the "plinko" jam with some footbell action from Mike.|
|2011-05-27||Bethel, NY||9:03||Staccato jamming gives way to a "Type II" slowed down, effects-laden outro and > into "Waves".|
|2011-06-12||Columbia, MD||8:02||Patient segue out of "Wolfman's Brother." Mike drops one of his ground-shaking bombs at 4:10. Great playing from Trey and Page in the outro jam before the > into "Gumbo."|
|2011-08-05||George, WA||8:42||-> in from "Meatstick." Trey and Page join Super Mike and all three rock this one hard, while Fish dutifully keeps everything in check. Technically "Type I," it's nevertheless a great version. > to "Farmhouse."|
|2012-06-07||Worcester, MA||11:39||Segues out of "Ghost" and includes some serious hose from Trey and reaches several satisfying peaks. Drops back into a funk groove for the last minute and the jam fades away into "If I Could".|
|2013-11-01||Atlantic City, NJ||5:42||> from "Meatstick". There's some extra funky mustard on this one and it also includes alternate lyrics referencing bush and kush, as well as a tease of the "Theme from the Rockford Files." Ends with a > to "The Wedge".|
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