|1992-04-06||Mike's||Gunnison, CO||7:00||In the first section, Trey opts for a more melodic jam, which become very rocking and driving. Fish and Trey add exclamation to this sentiment in the brief 2nd jam.|
|1993-03-14||Stash||Gunnison, CO||10:10||Departs "Stash" entirely at 6:55 into an intense, high power jam that eventually (about 9:30) gets back to "Stash."|
|1993-03-14||Bowie||Gunnison, CO||11:12||Another sick one or, a great "Bowie" with incredible tension, varied jamming and an angry disposition. More twisted = More better.|
|1993-03-14||YEM||Gunnison, CO||14:23||Teasefest including a -> to "Spooky."|
|1993-03-14||Spooky||Gunnison, CO||1:09||-> in from "YEM." A "Spooky" jam is sandwiched in this "YEM" along with many other teases. -> back to "YEM."|
|1993-03-14||YEM||Gunnison, CO||8:43||-> in from "Spooky," sandwiched in this "YEM." INSANE VJ! Teases include "Mystery Achievement," "We Will Rock You," Welcome to the Machine."|
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