|1991-03-08||Stash||Tuscaloosa, AL||9:15||First version that really stretches beyone standard "Stash." Somewhat dissonant, with interesting Trey soloing.|
|1991-03-08||Tweezer||Tuscaloosa, AL||6:46||INSANE version, with an extra guitarist and a trombonist from Aquarium Rescue Unit. Includes "DEG" with Trey uttering McArthur Park lyrics.|
|1991-03-08||DEG||Tuscaloosa, AL||1:05||-> in from "Tweezer." "DEG" is sandwiched inside "Tweezer" with ARU playing alongside.|
|1991-03-08||Tweezer||Tuscaloosa, AL||2:27||-> in from "DEG" to complete this "Tweezer."|
|1991-11-08||Brother||Tuscaloosa, AL||6:14||The Wailing Banshee version. With "Brother," more twisted and mind exploding = better.|
|1991-11-08||Weekapaug||Tuscaloosa, AL||8:17||An improvisational jam for this period includes contrasting dissonant/upbeat sentiments and a cool swinging section beginning at 5:20, which includes Trey chanting "A slice of pizza" and "A bucket of lard" several times. Charlie Chan and Simpsons signals taboot.|
|1991-11-08||Jam||Tuscaloosa, AL||0:57||> in from "JJLC." Dissonant intro jam for the Dude of Life (Steve Pollak) precedes the Dude singing vocals on "Self."|
|2015-08-02||DwD||Tuscaloosa, AL||18:52||The jam works away from "DwD" with a raw, dark tone, then shifts to some smooth, cheery and rhythmic play, which some hear as "Piper"-like. The energy and buoyant sense ramps up, and then the jam gradually recedes to quiet, brooding interplay.|
|2015-08-02||Seven Below||Tuscaloosa, AL||10:26||One of the more interesting "Type I" renderings of this song that you will find. Trey sprinkles enough of his new summer toy, the Mutron peddle, to spice this one up. Page, Fish, and Mike stay pretty close to home, providing a great foundation for Trey to be more than adventurous on his solo. From the middle section, they ease seamlessly back into the main theme of the song.|
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