Jam Chart for Loving Cup (17 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1993-03-30 Loving Cup Eugene, OR 06:24 Excellent second-set-opening version.
1994-04-17 Loving Cup Fairfax, VA 6:25 Great Trey solo in this show-opening version.
1996-11-19 Loving Cup Kansas City, MO 7:12 Trey rips it up and closes the FIRST set in a fiery fashion!
1997-07-29 Loving Cup Phoenix, AZ 7:33 Another rager to close the first set.
1997-11-13 Loving Cup Las Vegas, NV 7:00 Quite a strong Trey solo, have a listen!
1997-12-05 Loving Cup Cleveland, OH 8:03 Would be interesting to know how many calories Trey burned while shredding the hell out of this one.
1997-12-31 Loving Cup New York, NY 8:57 This is how to close a third set on NYE! Crazy-raw, rough playing by all!
1998-04-03 Loving Cup Uniondale, NY 6:54 > in from "Piper." Sort of the icing in the cake which brings the incredible "Roses Are Free" > "Piper" jam to an upbeat and celebratory close, before launching into the comic "naked guy" madness which happens in the ensuing "Antelope."
1998-07-06 Loving Cup Prague, Czech Republic 8:14 Trey blazes a trail on his 'doc, RAGING LIKE MAD in this excellent version!
1998-07-24 Loving Cup The Woodlands, TX 8:12 Another barnburning, first-set-closing version.
1998-08-12 Loving Cup Vernon, NY 8:59 The band rocked so hard in this mid-second-set version that they needed to cool down and segued promptly after it into "Sleeping Monkey." No joke.
1998-08-15 Loving Cup Limestone, ME 7:56 They just kill it to close the third set!
1999-07-25 Loving Cup Noblesville, IN 8:40 They can encore with this amazing version any time they want! Fantastic climax in the jam, and a short bonus outro-jam!
2000-09-14 Loving Cup Darien Center, NY 9:36 Incredible show of force! Bonus outro-jam taboot!
2003-02-26 Loving Cup Worcester, MA 11:09 Magnificent, must-hear, blisteringly-intense, shredfest with a drawn-out ending!
2004-06-24 Loving Cup Noblesville, IN 7:30 A rager to open the show!
2009-10-31 Loving Cup Indio, CA 7:23 This version is FIERCE, what with horns and soulful backup vocals!
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
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