|1995-12-16||SOAMule||Lake Placid, NY||12:05||More '95 style "Mule Duel" wackiness, with the expected Trey guitar/vocal response, more Page soloing, and Mike chanting with a brief snore.|
|1995-12-16||Simple||Lake Placid, NY||7:02||Short but sweet. A high octane "Simple" nicely -> to a great "Weekapaug."|
|1995-12-16||Weekapaug||Lake Placid, NY||13:48||Features a long percussive jam with Trey on the mini-kit, giving Page a chance to take the lead. Eventually winds down into ambience before > to "Coil."|
|1995-12-17||Stash||Lake Placid, NY||11:40||One of the most spirited, cacophanous versions from '95, even though it's straightforward. Fish and Page go ballistic.|
|1995-12-17||Maze||Lake Placid, NY||12:38||While typically dissonant and tension filled, there is rich melodic variation from Trey compared to "standard" versions, and his yelling and screaming at one point adds to the mind-numbing aspect of this beast.|
|1995-12-17||Hood||Lake Placid, NY||17:06||Another strong December '95 version. Fish is the star as he expertly intensifies the percussion as the jam progresses.|
|1995-12-17||Tweezer||Lake Placid, NY||22:46||Page solo segues into a "Tweeprise" finish. WTF.|
|1995-12-17||Tweeprise||Lake Placid, NY||2:47||-> in from "Tweezer." The second notable "Tweezer" -> "Tweeprise" combo.|
|1996-10-16||Simple||Lake Placid, NY||15:45||With Trey on the "mini-kit" Page grooves around quite a bit on organ.|
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