|2011-06-03||CDT||Clarkston, MI||10:23||Trey brings the volume way down, and then proceeds with a very gradual, "Possum"-like build that shifts to minor key briefly before flipping back to major at the peak and finish.|
|2011-06-03||DwD||Clarkston, MI||24:18||Inspirational, melodic and far-reaching version which includes a jam based on John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme." Many consider this among the very top jams of 3.0 and proof that "DwD" is as potent now as ever. -> "Fluffhead."|
|2011-06-03||Bowie||Clarkston, MI||15:29||Jam shifts to upbeat, major mode at 7:46 and mostly remains there for some time before shifting back at 10:40. Great one but for some excessive string bending, or perhaps flat notes by Trey.|
|2014-07-16||It's Ice||Clarkston, MI||8:50||Another "Ice" with a solid, funky and rocking jam. Alas, Trey has a bit of trouble transitioning out of the jam and back to the closing section.|
|2014-07-16||Possum||Clarkston, MI||9:51||Resembles a lot of the better versions from '89 - '91, when the "Possum" jam typically included some quieter play and "Type I" exploration, before shifting gears to the high energy finish. The peak could be better here, but still a fine version.|
|2022-08-03||Everything's Right||Clarkston, MI||17:05||As with most "ERs", the band wastes no time in finding a groove. Trey leads and the rest of the band follows. By the 10:00 minute mark, the band is in lockstep which leads to soaring play from Trey which is received with raucous cheers. Heavier play enters the fray later as Mike and Trey engage in interplay. A slow funk groove closes things out.|
|2022-08-03||KDF||Clarkston, MI||14:24||Takes flight around 7:00 with anthemic bliss, later incorporating a tease of "Freeway Jam" at 9:00, then chills out a bit and remains unfinished > "Camel Walk".|
|2022-08-03||Stash||Clarkston, MI||14:35||Dating back to 2021, "Stash" has resolidified its position as a premier jam vehicle, and this version continues that trend with a jam that changes keys and grows in power but remains tense and minor through 10:00, after which major breaks through as the band skyrockets to a big peak.|
|2022-08-03||Bowie||Clarkston, MI||12:19||Interested in modern "Bowie's"? Clarkson, MI, is a safe bet. Part of a weather-blown, Jovi-colored and quite strange show, there's much to appreciate here, as Trey (listen for Page on his piano) takes the band through a few wonderful passages of electric, lightning-infused improv.|
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