|1990-06-07||Tweezer||Washington, DC||12:32||Crazy, long early version. At one point Mike sounds like he will break into into "Heartbreaker."|
|1990-06-07||Weekapaug||Washington, DC||7:26||Dissonant jam with lots of "DEG"-like jamming.|
|1990-10-08||Magilla||Washington, DC||6:51||Odd and awesome early version which, in addition to great jazz-inflected soloing by Trey, Page and Mike, also features somewhat dark, almost dissonant jamming before the ending.|
|1990-10-08||Antelope||Washington, DC||10:33||Good jam that gets very improvisational, especially after 5:30. Machine Gun Trey in combat duty in the latter part of the jam.|
|1991-02-19||Bowie||Washington, DC||12:34||Good intro. Raging "Type I" version with an unusual stop mid-jam (possibly the power went out).|
|1991-02-19||SOAMelt||Washington, DC||8:06||Beginning of the jam is very cool with several near stops by the band. Then there's piercing, ear-splitting playing by Trey.|
|1991-02-19||Magilla||Washington, DC||5:20||Page-written, Trey-driven. Or so it often seems. Here, Trey works in a "Theme from the Flintstones" tease before easing through a series of slashing, jazzy chords, and a bright, melodic line. Fish solos, making for a great outro. "Fire" follows to cap off this cool encore.|
|1991-11-16||Gin||Washington, DC||7:41||Good early "Gin." The jam (like most from pre-August '93) is grinding, decelerating and somewhat dissonant. Nothing like the melodic hose jams that would emerge later. This one also has amusing screaming and yelling at the end.|
|1991-11-16||Brother||Washington, DC||5:53||Some unusual bass lines from Mike and organ playing by Page create a strong sense of tension in this ripper.|
|1991-11-16||YEM||Washington, DC||20:54||Must-hear jam segment; legendary "Mrs. Pizza Shit" YEM.|
|1992-03-17||It's Ice||Washington, DC||8:46||Almost sounds like 1997 five years early with Page's funky sounding organ. Must-hear.|
|1993-02-07||Runaway Jim||Washington, DC||8:18||Really cool version with Trey (5:27) leading the band through extended "DEG"-like play, before (5:52) entering what sounds like "Rift". This, then, into raw and raucous soloing, which brings the version to a customarily strong close.|
|1993-02-07||Reba||Washington, DC||13:54||A crazy composed section with a lot of hissing and screaming (affectionately known as the "Baguette" version), breaks for a jam featuring playing both fluid and somewhat jarring. In time, Mike provides a great beat over which Trey creates a cool vibe. The band modulates intensity to inform an exploratory space, within which the musicians coalesce to create a sound supercharged and sonic. Trey then pushes the band through an erratic, but wholly controlled peak.|
|1993-02-07||YEM||Washington, DC||21:54||Excellent version with "Clementine" VJ.|
|1993-12-28||Possum||Washington, DC||12:05||Jazzy, exploratory and quiet beginning to the jam. The power cranks up with "Kashmir" teases and then gets blistering hot.|
|1993-12-28||YEM||Washington, DC||20:30||Great opening segment!|
|1999-12-15||DwD||Washington, DC||15:24||Compared to most '99s, the jam here breaks earlier into a light, textured groove that intensifies as it returns to "DwD."|
|1999-12-15||Gin||Washington, DC||16:45||A gentle straightforward jam transforms into a nice groove-based jam around 10:30 and eventually works back to "Gin."|
|1999-12-15||Free||Washington, DC||16:11||Jam starts in typical fashion, but then Trey hits the keyboards for an extended and very different version.|
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