|1992-04-08||Bowie||Albuquerque, NM||17:59||Following an extended intro with a number of signals, the jam section immediately breaks into a flowy groove. Gradually adding energy and some expected tension, the playing latches onto a "Tweeprise"-like theme, adds more tension, settles into some quieter rhythmic play, then cranks back up for a full-throttle conclusion.|
|1994-05-10||It's Ice||Santa Fe, NM||8:55||"Landlady"-like jamming in this wild, high energy jam.|
|1994-05-10||SOAMelt||Santa Fe, NM||12:17||The jam makes an exploratory departure around 7:00, then works back to "SOAM" in a chaotic but improvisational manner.|
|1994-05-10||Reba||Santa Fe, NM||13:41||Extremely quiet and contemplative play from the composed section spills into the jam, which is dialed down to an all but erasure of sound. Trey employs a series of great, jazzy chords, before inspired soloing drives the version up and through a typically great build. With Page sounding great upon his piano, Trey alights upon a cool theme, before soaring sustain and a shredding peak crests and winds down via some great full-band play to the "note."|
|1994-05-10||Bowie||Santa Fe, NM||10:47||Intense, fairly chaotic version.|
|1999-09-22||2001||Las Cruces, NM||13:46||First five minutes are a spacey, black hole, acid trip. Then Trey unleashes pure savagery. Second jam is a sweet groove with space birds and dance beeps gracing this "2001".|
|1999-09-22||Gin||Las Cruces, NM||17:19||Straightforward jam, in some ways similar to 9/12/99, but also different. This one comes closer at moments to breaking into a groove outside of "Gin" proper, and also features incredible trilling by Trey.|
|1999-09-22||Taste||Las Cruces, NM||11:34||Delicately but very deftly performed. Great teaming by Trey and Page in this graceful version.|
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