|1986-12-06||Jam||Shelburne, VT||3:15||Following "Camel Walk," a bluesy and rocking jam with an Allman Brothers Band vibe and "Ramblin' Man" jam > to "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot." On PhishTracks, the "Ramblin' Man" jam occurs in the first 3:15 of "Chariot."|
|1986-12-06||Skin It Back||Shelburne, VT||6:44||-> from "GTBT." The third known version is well-played and has a bit of an extended intro. It's highlighted by a mini-jam of "The Sloth," which wouldn't debut for another eight months, starting around 5:35. -> into "Cities."|
|1986-12-06||Mike's||Shelburne, VT||8:34||Played at a slower tempo (or possibly a tape issue), the jam is fairly open ended, working through several progressions, including some "DEG"-like jamming. -> to a cool and first known Phish performance of the "Little Drummer Boy."|
|1986-12-06||Whipping Post||Shelburne, VT||12:01||The first jam features some nice Page organ action. The second jam begins in customary style, then settles around 7:20 into some mellow and low-key grooving, including some great Mike after 10:10.|
|1986-12-06||Bowie||Shelburne, VT||3:51||"David Bowie" -> "Clod" (Section of "Fluffhead") > "David Bowie." Jam is similar to debut, but with some jamming that sounds similar to the Allman Brothers' "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed." Intense ending.|
|1986-12-06||Clod||Shelburne, VT||6:45||-> in from "David Bowie." This section of "Fluffhead" is played in the middle of the "Bowie" jam. > back to "DB."|
|1986-12-06||Bowie||Shelburne, VT||5:32||> in from "Clod." This section of "Bowie" has an Allman Brothers-like vibe and an intense ending.|
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