|1994-07-03||Reba||Old Orchard Beach, ME||7:50||Following the first electric version of "The Old Home Place" (and only the second performance in the band's history), "Reba" isn't in Maine any longer, as the band, driven by extended, airy, and introspective play from Trey, masterfully makes for "Somewhere Over The Rainbow."|
|1994-07-03||Over the Rainbow||Old Orchard Beach, ME||1:43||After a tease from Trey, the full band shifts into an instrumental version of this classic Judy Garland tune.|
|1994-07-03||Reba||Old Orchard Beach, ME||4:59||A true wizard, Trey works a fanastic -> to bring the band back to "Reba." More fantastic full-band play, driven, in large part, by Mike, brings this notable version to a close.|
|1994-07-03||Bowie||Old Orchard Beach, ME||14:25||Some "MLB"-like jamming early on. Dizzying, hypnotic, and intense jam ensues.|
|1994-07-03||SOAMelt||Old Orchard Beach, ME||16:18||Exploratory, far-ranging, and gripping version includes Hendrix teases, incredible jamming with cool funky Page on the B-3, rhythmic gyrations, power rocking, dizzying dissonance, and a thrilling, unusual conclusion.|
|1994-07-03||Antelope||Old Orchard Beach, ME||13:01||Excellent, intense and cacophanous version where the band plays along to a 4th of July fireworks display. Released on FTA - Super Ball IX Part I.|
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