Jam Chart for Denmark (13 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1997-03-02 YEM Copenhagen, Denmark 21:25 SKELTON VJ. (No B&D.)
1998-06-30 Stash Copenhagen, Denmark 13:34 This is a cool and very different version. Combines great tension with a little ambient sound and some funk. -> "Cities."
1998-06-30 Roggae Copenhagen, Denmark 6:31 Debut.
1998-06-30 Moma Copenhagen, Denmark 12:15 Debut. Includes dance (well, "dance") instructions and a somewhat extended Type I groove.
1998-06-30 Wolfman's Copenhagen, Denmark 12:01 The jam moves from mellow funky stuff into a serene ambient mode and then -> to "Frankie Says."
1998-06-30 Ya Mar Copenhagen, Denmark 9:23 Drum solo during the jam. Unfinished.
1998-07-01 DwD Copenhagen, Denmark 20:17 Intense "Type I" jam collapses into eerie space, rebuilds to "DwD" to close, then is followed by a really great 5 minute ambient jam before a masterful -> "Dog Faced Boy."
1998-07-01 Tweezer Copenhagen, Denmark 22:50 All over the map. Improvisation goes everywhere. A remarkable version, that's excellent in part. "Long Train Runnin'" teases.
1998-07-01 2001 Copenhagen, Denmark 16:45 Emerges from a spacey "Tweezer" and creates a mesmerizing groove. All four members are on point and create a beautiful journey into the improvisational galaxy.
1998-07-02 BOAF Copenhagen, Denmark 6:38 Although straightforward, this version features a soaring solo by Trey.
1998-07-02 Ghost Copenhagen, Denmark 20:40 Volcanic rock to Carmina Burana trance which passes through lush oceanic swells to the ring of fire. [Intense and fiery "Ghost" jamming morphs to pensive, melodic and dark ambient play, then brightens to upbeat and quintessentially '98 ambient transcendence.]
1998-07-02 Runaway Jim Copenhagen, Denmark 12:05 Nice version that gets beyond "Jim" into some great ambient jamming. -> "Prince Caspian."
1998-07-02 YEM Copenhagen, Denmark 21:57 Strong jam segment.
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
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