|1994-11-20||Madison, WI||6:59||Great and different version with the "Reverend" Jeff Mosier on banjo.|
|1995-06-20||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||8:23||Trey skillfully deploys the Leslie to great effect following some beautiful Page piano action.|
|1995-07-01||Mansfield, MA||9:21||Trey plays the original guitar intro, and the instrumental section is richly melodic.|
|2000-06-28||Holmdel, NJ||7:18||Magnificent set-closing version.|
|2012-06-07||Worcester, MA||8:09||> in from a powerful "Boogie On." Heartfelt and thoughtfully executed version adds a graceful ending to an impressive string of improvisational music.|
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