|1990-03-01||Weekapaug||New Haven, CT||5:53||Thoroughly ripping early version which again includes a Theme from Bonanza tease.|
|1990-05-06||Hood||New Haven, CT||12:23||Solid version all around, with good interplay, great Fish, and Machine Gun Trey makes a strong showing.|
|1990-05-06||Bowie||New Haven, CT||14:48||Ass-kicking version that gets out there nicely and is loaded with tension and dissonance. Some sick Trey playing leading to and during the trill.|
|1992-12-28||YEM||New Haven, CT||20:57||Gorgeous opening segment.|
|1992-12-29||Tweezer||New Haven, CT||13:30||A little vocal jamming in opening section. Rhapsody in Blue and Donna Lee teases; brief PYITE tease. There is also arguably "Who Knows" teasing for several measures in this version (it's not quite "Who Knows" but it's close and it lasts for several measures.)|
|1992-12-29||Mike's||New Haven, CT||8:49||The first "Mike's" since '88 to have something other than "Hydrogen" follow. The 1st jam gets way out there into serious improv, including twisted "On Broadway" teasing. The short 2nd jam is rhythmic and has "Blue Bayou" teasing and a drum outro. After a brief stop, the band decides to play "Blue Bayou," which began a trend of inserting songs other than "Hydrogen" between "Mike's" and "Weekapaug."|
|1993-12-29||Antelope||New Haven, CT||12:19||Strong '93 version that has a very unsual quiet section from 6:35 - 8:35 before returning to "Antelope."|
|1995-12-02||Maze||New Haven, CT||11:27||> in from "2001." Hard to believe one of the all-time hose versions of "Tweezer" comes two songs after the boys detonate this cluster bomb.|
|1995-12-02||Tweezer||New Haven, CT||15:03||Even more serious "HOSE" in the entire version. Just awe-inspiring!|
|1998-11-24||Tweezer||New Haven, CT||17:15||Fall '98 had some truly awesome versions!|
|1998-11-24||Possum||New Haven, CT||13:33||-> in from "Tweezer." Extended jam that grows dissonant and off-key and also incudes "Born On The Bayou" teases.|
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