|2011-06-19||Sand||Portsmouth, VA||13:18||The band put on an impressive display of focused group improvisation in this great funky jam, which also featured stop-start jamming and a short reprise of the jam before ending the song. > into "Sneakin' Sally."|
|2012-06-20||WTU?||Portsmouth, VA||4:44||An even better -> out of "Hood." One of the few highlights of the Portsmouth 2012 shows.|
|2014-07-29||SOAMelt||Portsmouth, VA||13:26||The jam has a brief major mode section, returns to the typical, then at 7:30 ventures into some good, semi-dissonant terrain which becomes more rocking before closing.|
|2014-07-29||CDT||Portsmouth, VA||17:47||The jam has a really nice, low-key vibe, and in some ways is similar to a number of groove-based jams from '99 - '00. While covering much ground, the jam retains a relaxed sense.|
|2014-07-29||ASIHTOS||Portsmouth, VA||8:39||Jam proceeds in standard fashion before breaking away and settling briefly. Then it regains energy, taking on a textured feel before dissipating.|
|2014-07-30||It's Ice||Portsmouth, VA||8:30||Page immediately jumps to the clavinet, while Trey lays back, comping him nicely. Mike also helps to power this Page-led funk fest.|
|2014-07-30||Fuego||Portsmouth, VA||18:28||The jam breaks into a propulsive and somewhat dark groove at 9:00. This groove becomes more funk oriented as Page switches keyboards, then brightens in tone with some "Manteca"-like jamming near the end.|
|2014-07-30||Meatstick||Portsmouth, VA||10:05||Following Trey's lead, breaks into an atypically funky jam at about 5 minutes and briefly intensifies before fading out and > to "Piper." "Fuego" tease.|
|2014-07-30||Piper||Portsmouth, VA||12:25||The jam at first breaks into a rocking, percussive section with Page leading on the B-3. Then Trey grabs the reins briefly, before the jam settles and rebuilds, growing melodic at the end.|
|2014-07-30||BDTNL||Portsmouth, VA||9:10||A very solid straightforward version with deft playing by Trey and great Page near the end.|
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