|1992-12-11||Possum||Ann Arbor, MI||11:56||"Flat Fee"-like playing early, then the jam takes off, getting more and more rocking with multiple peaks. Intense ending.|
|1993-04-17||Stash||Ann Arbor, MI||11:53||Trey hits on a cool little riff which he incorporates into much of this very good, unusually less dissonant jam.|
|1993-04-17||My Friend||Ann Arbor, MI||7:26||A nice "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" jam/tease occurs following the final refrain.|
|1993-04-17||YEM||Ann Arbor, MI||24:38||Jam on "I Wish."|
|1993-04-18||Possum||Ann Arbor, MI||10:55||The beginning of the jam is different and improvisational. Grows mildly dissonant as it progresses even while Trey shreds.|
|1993-04-18||Mike's||Ann Arbor, MI||8:14||A somewhat dissonant, straightforward 1st jam morphs into nice melodic play before breaking into some cool and unusual "Low Rider" jamming in the 2nd. With no formal return to "Mike's," the jam concludes with a great -> into "Ya Mar."|
|1994-11-16||Reba||Ann Arbor, MI||14:37||Thunderous percussion running throughout the composed section is offset by a protracted period of sustained and pretty calm incited by Trey, which Page sustains for some time. This idea is again assumed by Trey (very cool) before Mike drives the jam forward. Trey's tone is great as he plays with - and off - Fish, the jam then breaking down a bit and the play becomes truly dynamic as the band builds towards a powerful peak, filled with wonderful and warm sustain, and then slashing Trey (who seems intent to rage).|
|1994-11-16||Stash||Ann Arbor, MI||14:54||Incredible journey of exploration well beyond the standard. The second section, at about 8:30, includes quite of bit of "DEG"-like jamming, followed by some quiet moments and a killer return to "Stash."|
|1994-11-16||Simple||Ann Arbor, MI||32:47||This is what "Type II" is all about, folks. Stunning. Magnificent. Released by Kevin Shapiro on "From the Archives" #17.|
|1994-11-16||Antelope||Ann Arbor, MI||11:50||A thrilling ripper with lots of improvisational jamming. Following "spike, man" they tease or start into "Have Mercy" but quickly bail.|
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