|2009-06-09||BDTNL||Asheville, NC||8:53||"Type I" version with great strumming by Trey and a short outro jam that > to "Ghost."|
|2009-07-31||BDTNL||Morrison, CO||7:24||The jam has an interesting section from 4:05 - 5:10 where Trey deviates from the standard melody line.|
|2009-08-11||BDTNL||Bridgeview, IL||13:32||First "BDTNL" to go "Type II" in a big way. The jam begins with a dark undertone, but then gets more upbeat and rocking. A settled section with building energy follows and > to "Carini."|
|2009-08-16||BDTNL||Saratoga Springs, NY||20:02||Exploratory "Type II" jam which starts to peel away from "BDTNL" around 6:00. Rocking at first, it grows somewhat dark and dissonant, brightens again, and ends in a repetitive and spacey groove which -> to "Twenty Years Later."|
|2009-10-31||BDTNL||Indio, CA||11:46||Standard "BDTNL" concludes and the band breaks into an upbeat and rocking outro jam that > to "Fluffhead."|
|2010-06-12||BDTNL||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||13:39||Excellent "Type II" version which starts to break away from "BDTNL" at 5:30 in a rocking and upbeat direction. At 8:30, the jam shifts into an ominous, dark Mike-led groove with great playing by Fish and Page as well as Mike.|
|2010-08-17||BDTNL||Wantagh, NY||14:14||Very good, multi-section "Type II" jam which starts off rocking, quiets down, then rebuilds with an upbeat sense.|
|2011-05-28||BDTNL||Bethel, NY||12:10||The band incorporates a lot of "DEG" teasing/jamming into the standard format. The mood shifts back and forth from bright to dark several times, with "DEG"-like playing at various times throughout, before returning to "BDTNL." A very cool version.|
|2011-06-01||BDTNL||Holmdel, NJ||9:50||Fiery and rocking "Type I" version with a nice big peak.|
|2013-07-03||BDTNL||Bangor, ME||8:12||Excellent "Type I" version with great variation and playing by Trey, and no flat notes taboot!|
|2013-10-25||BDTNL||Worcester, MA||7:40||High quality "Type I" version with spirited soloing by Trey and strong Page backing. > to "Ghost."|
|2014-07-30||BDTNL||Portsmouth, VA||9:10||A very solid straightforward version with deft playing by Trey and great Page near the end.|
|2014-10-18||BDTNL||Seattle, WA||9:01||A very solid in-the-box version, with strong Page in particular. At moments, it even sounds like Page teases the piano outro from "Sweet Home Alabama."|
|2015-08-01||BDTNL||Atlanta, GA||7:41||Not the longest straightforward version, nor does it have the biggest peak. But Trey's playing is so spot on, just excellent.|
|2016-06-29||BDTNL||Philadelphia, PA||8:40||An inspired version showcasing full-band interplay. Trey truly shines, working his line in a number of directions, sprinkling notes and modulating intensity to shape this shimmering summertime stunner.|
|2016-07-09||BDTNL||Hartford, CT||8:36||A strong version which features contemplative, quiet, and delicate playing, unusual for "BDTNL." Ultimately, this warm, restrained playing gives way to a traditional shredding and trilling peak.|
|2019-06-22||BDTNL||Columbia, MD||8:03||While the jam section begins typically, Trey's confidence seems to grow as he proceeds, with fancy finger work and cohesive play leading to a rousing conclusion.|
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