|1994-10-29||My Friend||Spartanburg, SC||7:24||Evil outro jam and vocals.|
|1994-10-29||Runaway Jim||Spartanburg, SC||9:11||-> in from "Simple." Excellent Fish and Trey on this improvisational version.|
|1994-10-29||Foam||Spartanburg, SC||9:50||Another very strong Fall '94 version, infused with rhythmic and other stylistic variation.|
|1994-10-29||SOAMelt||Spartanburg, SC||9:49||Excellent, thrashing, wild and unfinished version kicks off a great, unsusual segue-fest. -> "Buffalo Bill" -> "Makisupa" -> "Rift."|
|1994-10-29||Buffalo Bill||Spartanburg, SC||3:04||A spry, playful jam is tagged onto the end, which sounds like it's going to speed up for a second. Instead, it pivots (->) neatly into a super "Makisupa."|
|1994-10-29||Makisupa||Spartanburg, SC||6:31||-> in from "Buffalo Bill." After 3:00, this "Makisupa" breaks into some great '94-style jamming, spacey at first, then hard rocking with a great -> to "Rift."|
|1994-10-29||DwD||Spartanburg, SC||10:33||Not way out there, but moments of crashing, noisy rocking beyond the standard, then some great '94 space following the final lyrics before a -> to "TMWSIY."|
|1994-10-29||Sparks||Spartanburg, SC||4:20||-> in from "TMWSIY." Classic '94 space follows "TMWSIY" and very gradually and miraculously -> into the Who classic.|
|1994-10-29||YEM||Spartanburg, SC||19:30||Short but very, very sweet!|
|1994-10-29||Antelope||Spartanburg, SC||7:50||"Antelope" -> "Sleeping Monkey" > "Antelope." Fantastic improvisational playing with all the good '94 stuff combined with a seamless segue, then a return to "Antelope" for more exploratory jamming. Great version and song pairing.|
|1994-10-29||Sleeping Monkey||Spartanburg, SC||5:30||-> in from "RLAA." Awesome song combination and humorous relief in the midst of an ass-kicking and exploratory "Antelope." > back to "RLAA."|
|1994-10-29||Antelope||Spartanburg, SC||5:22||> in from "Sleeping Monkey" and this "Antelope" provides more exploratory jamming before winding down in good fashion.|
|1994-10-29||Hood||Spartanburg, SC||14:04||One quality of many great '94 "Hoods" is their balance of grace and power. As the encore from a fantastic show, this "Hood" begins with some quiet and delicate playing, which pairs nicely with the raw energy and intensity of the finish.|
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