|1999-09-18||Tweezer||Chula Vista, CA||14:10||Short, but VERY sweet.|
|1999-09-18||Tube||Chula Vista, CA||10:29||A laid-back jam with Mike in the driver's seat featuring some staccato playing from Trey and Page.|
|1999-09-18||Boogie On||Chula Vista, CA||21:30||The intial funky jam seems to be coming to an end at 9 minutes, but the jam picks back up and grooves for a few more minutes while Trey plays lead before the jam shifts to soaring, melodic "hose". Returns to "Boogie" with breakdown solos from Mike, Trey, and Page. Must-hear.|
|1999-09-18||Meatstick||Chula Vista, CA||12:57||Spacey wah-groove in the outro. > to "Free."|
|2003-07-08||DwD||Chula Vista, CA||18:59||Very "Type II" version in which Trey seems to play a less dominant role mid-jam, letting Mike and Page funk it up.|
|2003-07-08||Hood||Chula Vista, CA||18:11||"Type II" version leaves "Hood" at 9:25, breaks into a low-key groove that gets rocking, then dissonant, and heads home.|
|2014-10-25||Piper||Chula Vista, CA||9:23||A very nice compact version which still manages to include some form of intro, bridge, second refrain, and a darkish and pulsating jam which has a '99 - '00 quality to it.|
|2016-07-23||Tube||Chula Vista, CA||9:18||One of the most improvisationally significant "Tubes" of all time as the jam moves from funk to a hard rocking groove with a big peak.|
|2016-07-23||2001||Chula Vista, CA||9:45||A slightly extended intro features a killer mu-tron "California Love" jam. Some off-kilter playing from Trey during the second half.|
|2016-07-23||Hood||Chula Vista, CA||12:46||Trey modifies his tone early on to great effect, and solos quite strikingly. As the power grows, Fish, Page and Mike serve to colorfully and dramatically paint a wonderful, Trey-penned sketch. The powerful peak leaves everyone feeling good, and underscores why we all love this band so much.|
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