|2013-10-29||Reading, PA||14:22||The jam breaks away from the standard around 7:45, passing through a "The Birds"-like jam before becoming funky and rocking with some great Page B-3 action. The jam brightens in sentiment briefly before > to "Piper."|
|2017-07-16||Chicago, IL||9:26||Never quite breaks away from the standard jam, but (like the 8/2/15 "Seven Below") explores every inch of the "20YL" envelope, thanks to some pulsating guitar work from Trey, before heading back home to finish. A very neat version worth hearing.|
|2018-10-16||Albany, NY||14:25||A sick and twisted, evil monster. At first, it sounds like the band is content to tinker with the basic song. But at about 8:00, Fish and Mike hook up and develop a high-power, pulsing and driving base. Chaos ensues, as spacey effects, unusual keyboards, and sick Mike create a throbbing, mind-blowing sensory assault.|
|2019-06-30||Camden, NJ||21:14||The band shows a willingness to let things develop slowly and organically at a level normally reserved for soundchecks in this relaxed, free-form exploration. Numerous styles and moods are employed with each movement given time to breathe before subtly transitioning to the next. From the initial grungy outro to floating bliss to the final funky riffing and everything in between, this jam covers a surprising amount of ground and does so without building to any singular peak.|
|2019-12-01||Uniondale, NY||11:47||> from "Ruby Waves." This is a dark, swirling, Mike-led jam that wastes no time getting started once the song proper ends. Page and Fish create an ambient background while Trey and Mike interplay. The end of the jam gets quite heavy before dissolving into > "Backwards Down the Number Line."|
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