Jam Chart for Ireland (9 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1997-06-13 LxL Dublin, Ireland 9:09 Debut. Band sounds a little shaky trying to get this new song right, especially Fish with the complex rhythm.
1997-06-13 Vultures Dublin, Ireland 6:39 Played twice during "Bradstock" (6/6/97), "Vultures" properly debuts in Dublin, a month before the band's historic 1997 summer tour. While the song will be reworked over the coming years, its essential elements are place, namely super intra-band improvisation, working within the "context" of the song's form, framed, in large part, by incredible percussion and rhythmic variation.
1997-06-13 CDT Dublin, Ireland 9:20 Jam breaks into a nice funky-but-rockin' groove. Unfinished with -> to "Ghost."
1997-06-13 Ghost Dublin, Ireland 8:22 Cursory initial inspection of form and function...healthy purr from the motor...let's rev this thing up. [Debut.]
1997-06-14 Free Dublin, Ireland 11:48 The new or modern "Free" jam is hatched with funky, bass-led sound. Great Page on clavinet, organ, synthesizer and piano.
1997-06-14 Twist Dublin, Ireland 9:36 Debut. Straightforward jam structure, but includes a nice funky Page-led section beginning about 6:00.
1997-06-14 Piper Dublin, Ireland 4:58 Debut in Dublin. Many '97 - '99 versions follow this format, that involves (1) a long, harmonic, building intro, (2) a high energy lyrics and "Type I" jamming section, and (3) a short settling coda, but no exploratory jamming or improvisation.
1997-06-14 Bowie Dublin, Ireland 18:19 Strong playing by Fish helps this fiery and tempestuous one get outside the box several times.
1997-06-14 Cavern Dublin, Ireland 10:10 A low-key but VERY funky "Cavern." Check it out!
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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