|1992-08-17||Wilson||San Juan Capistrano, CA||7:48||Extra long introduction with rambling Fishman fills, horror movie bass hits, atonal Trey trills, and secret language cues interspersed throughout. Directly before chanting, they get into a funkier, "Alumni Blues"-like mode.|
|1992-08-17||Bowie||San Juan Capistrano, CA||11:59||Jam grinds to a near halt around 7:25, then builds back up with excellent tension/dissonance.|
|1992-08-17||Tweezer||San Juan Capistrano, CA||10:21||"Tweezer Reprise"-esque jam.|
|1992-08-17||Esther||San Juan Capistrano, CA||8:40||Awesome version with dynamic, full-band play, and, unsurprisingly, especially strong Trey.|
|1992-08-17||Weekapaug||San Juan Capistrano, CA||7:55||An excellent quiet section is colored with mildly dissonant play by Trey, strong rhythmic fills from Fish, and good interplay with Page. Then tension builds before bursting into a ripping straightforward peak.|
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