|1993-03-21||SOAMelt||Ventura, CA||12:38||Very exploratory jam which veers away from standard "SOAM" and makes a clean break at 7:50 into improvisational, slightly off-kilter playing. Shifts into some good rocking and gets really great as it works its way back to "SOAM."|
|1993-03-21||My Friend||Ventura, CA||7:25||Nice little melodic outro jam is tacked on with no "Myfe" ending.|
|1993-03-21||Hood||Ventura, CA||13:15||Beautiful, delicate playing at first. Then at 7:55, there's an incredible section where the power builds in a cool and very unusual way for "Hood." From here, there's a brief settle before launching into a blistering ending.|
|1997-07-30||CDT||Ventura, CA||10:05||Brother to versions from 6/20/95, 7/30/03 and 7/16/13. Incredible improvisation packed into this 10 minute version.|
|1997-07-30||Stash||Ventura, CA||15:06||Although largely straightforward, there is a nice shift to major mode at about 7:42, plus a very gradual build up to the peak.|
|1997-07-30||Bowie||Ventura, CA||21:29||Features an epic, mid-jam "Bowie" -> "Cities" -> "Bowie." And interspersed among a substantial amount of tight, well-played "Type I" jamming are several forays that get beyond "Bowie."|
|1997-07-30||Cities||Ventura, CA||5:21||Fantastic -> in from "David Bowie" and -> back to "David Bowie."|
|1997-07-30||Bowie||Ventura, CA||5:56||-> in from "Cities" to conclude this heavy-duty "Bowie."|
|1998-07-20||Gin||Ventura, CA||21:03||The customarily great '98 "Gin" jam breaks into a funky groove at 13:45 and then gradually works back to "Gin."|
|1998-07-20||Makisupa||Ventura, CA||9:01||This funky version segues out of a funky "Drowned." There's a breakdown for Mike and a sweet little solo around 4:40 from Trey, and a spacey jam for about a minute at the end.|
|1998-07-20||Caspian||Ventura, CA||12:03||Great combination of rocking yet slightly ambient sound from Trey mixed with bluesy piano stylings from Page. > to "Harry Hood."|
|1998-07-20||Halley's||Ventura, CA||9:57||In the encore slot, the band extends the jam out into a nice, upbeat groove, and finishes the show by gradually cycling down their instruments, leaving only a Digital Delay Loop whirling away.|
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