Jam Chart for Steam (14 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
2011-06-04 Steam Cuyahoga Falls, OH 8:09 Debut. A pleasant, relaxed Trey solo.
2011-06-12 Steam Columbia, MD 10:11 Very soulful Trey solo, and an extended ending.
2011-08-15 Steam Chicago, IL 8:15 Killer segue out of "Undermind." Fierce and intense version.
2011-09-02 Steam Commerce City, CO 10:30 Great segue out of "Simple." Page shines early on, then Trey takes over and delivers a ferocious solo. Must hear.
2011-12-31 Steam New York, NY 10:35 Performed during the NYE "gag" (stunt), this exceptional version ends with a ferocious "Llama"-like jam leading up to "Auld Lang Syne."
2013-07-05 Steam Saratoga Springs, NY 10:21 Perfect segue out of "46 Days." Powerful, popular version, yet that is also controversial, given Trey's heavy reliance on the Digitech Whammy pitch shifter to call entire schools and species of whales.
2013-08-03 Steam San Francisco, CA 9:09 Excellent Trey solo and an extended, funky ending jam.
2013-10-19 Steam Hampton, VA 10:53 Features a surprising rhythm-based section with Trey joining in on drums and Mike playing his fight bell with drumsticks. Worth hearing for this journey "outside the box" alone.
2013-12-28 Steam New York, NY 12:21 Among the finest versions to date, Trey's Echoplex adds extra power to the jam, which also features great playing from Page, weird shouts from Fish, and monstrous energy all throughout.
2015-08-15 Steam Columbia, MD 5:32 Meaty little groove develops after the fourth verse, grows in power with Fish adding some eerie wails, then dies away and > very nicely into "What's The Use?"
2015-08-15 Steam Columbia, MD 1:03 > out of "What's The Use?" Proper finish to the tune and a slow -> into "Piper."
2016-09-04 Steam Commerce City, CO 9:31 > out of "C&P". Trey works "C&P" teases into some killer between-verse soloing, then hits on some wonderfully and warm riffs. Fantastic version that -> into a tremendous "Piper".
2016-10-28 Steam Las Vegas, NV 10:31 Really nice band interplay between verses, then a heavy fog rolls over the post-verses jam, almost "Echoes"-like in nature. Very cool effects from Trey and Page here. Strong version, especially for a first set.
2017-07-26 Steam New York, NY 13:39 In this longest version to date, the jam between verses begins with some guttural Trey soloing and briefly hits upon a riff close to "CYHMK". Mike then drives the band into a segment befitting the supernatural tone of the song with some propulsive bass, while Page and Trey add to the haunting atmosphere with effects and delays. Continuing after the final lyrics, a short outro serves as an effective bridge to the thematically similar "No Quarter".
All versions in a jam chart are recommended, but yellow rows indicate highly-recommended versions.
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