Jam Chart for shows in the city of Winston-Salem, NC (21 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1992-03-26 Possum Winston-Salem, NC 9:30 Fish is noticeably aggressive in this straightforward, ass-kicking jam.
1993-02-17 Bowie Winston-Salem, NC 14:24 If you want to understand why "Bowie" has been so disappointing since really, the mid-'90s, just compare any recent version to this all-around fantastic one from a relatively unknown show.
1994-04-21 Possum Winston-Salem, NC 11:12 Intense jam rocks the house, hard. Great Fish and Page.
1994-04-21 Jam Winston-Salem, NC 5:25 With the Dave Matthews Band. -> in from "Drums" featuring Fish and Carter Beauford. A rocking and very percussive jam with both bands playing along together builds into a good groove which slows and -> to "All Along The Watchtower."
1995-11-21 My Friend Winston-Salem, NC 6:55 Version follows "Guyute," the only time these kindred compositions have been paired together, and includes a spooky outro jam with strong Fish which -> to "Dog Faced Boy."
1995-11-21 Simple Winston-Salem, NC 9:25 Teases of Maze, Bowie, Possum, Day in the Life, and Bowie again. Very long, funky percussion jam, with Trey on the "mini kit."
1995-11-21 Bowie Winston-Salem, NC 10:23 Great fall '95 version with a "Bowie" -> "Take Me To The River" -> "Bowie" in the jam and some thunderous and blistering exploration following the debut of this song popularized by Talking Heads.
1995-11-21 Take Me to the River Winston-Salem, NC 1:23 -> in from "DB." Great brief jam on this Al Green song popularized by Talking Heads emerges in the midst of a solid "Bowie" jam. -> back to "DB."
1995-11-21 Bowie Winston-Salem, NC 8:45 -> in from "Take Me To The River." The real heavy meat of the "Bowie" jam is in this section.
1995-11-21 Ya Mar Winston-Salem, NC 9:53 Fish solo.
1995-11-21 Mike's Winston-Salem, NC 14:02 After a high powered but otherwise typical 1st jam, the band breaks into a nice melodic 2nd one, with Trey electing to stick with the guitar, and good accents provided by Page and Mike. The jam ends with a nice -> to "Keyboard Army."
1997-11-23 Theme Winston-Salem, NC 10:23 Great, tight playing by all. Page adds some unusual horn-like effects as well as some descending piano progressions towards the end. > to "Black-Eyed Katy."
1997-11-23 BEK Winston-Salem, NC 10:56 Extended, explosive jam. Vintage Fall '97 hard rock that reaches a screaming, full-band climax. Builds on the strong version from the night before.
1997-11-23 Twist Winston-Salem, NC 10:21 Excellent version which develops its own groove with a somewhat dark undertone.
1997-11-23 Stash Winston-Salem, NC 17:04 After a brief shift to major mode, the tension ratchets up noticeably. At 10:45, Mike and Fish break into a droning, repetitive groove which Trey and Page play over. This thunderous thrumming continues and -> to "NICU."
1997-11-23 Gin Winston-Salem, NC 31:12 Improvisational, hard-rocking "Gin." At 13:00, following a well-played, "Type I" section, the jam breaks into 13 minutes of blistering, intense arena-style rock, before mellowing into great '97-style low-key jamming. -> to "DwD."
1997-11-23 Julius Winston-Salem, NC 10:30 Some great, fire stoking playing by Trey as he brings this hot show to a fitting close.
1998-11-19 Ghost Winston-Salem, NC 17:56 Soaring incandescent groove to old skool cow-funk culminating in full band screaming orgasm and a molten metal outro. [As a good dark groove gradually lightens and energizes, the jam takes an unexpected shift when Page hits the B-3, turning the expected peak into a dance party.]
1998-11-19 2001 Winston-Salem, NC 12:19 Alien intro that Mike destroys with a liquid nuclear bass second jam. Each member has a section where he really shines.
1998-11-19 Gumbo Winston-Salem, NC 10:28 "Manteca"-like grooving. 8 minutes in the jam slows down and leads to some weird noises, possibly involving a spaceship landing on stage.
1998-11-19 YEM Winston-Salem, NC 22:29 VJ features a guest appearance by Heloise Williams of the band viperHouse.
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
A purple date indicates that you were in attendance.


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