|Las Vegas, NV
|More "Numbers Show" madness, as this is the only version to date which makes a significant departure from the usual celebratory outro, including a generous "Seven Below" tease and an alien synthesizer finale > "Character Zero".
|Saratoga Springs, NY
|This song closing the second set is about the only thing normal about it. Part of the Derek Trucks sit-in, this standout version is unique in "First Tube" history. Derek and Trey's play is complementary as they navigate the song. Derek then takes center stage with some truly deft playing, sounding almost like he is playing with a slide. Things eventually reach a screaming, soaring peak. Must-hear version.
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