|1997-07-21||Gin||Virginia Beach, VA||21:51||Brilliant, exploratory "Gin" that includes funk, "Drowned" jamming (9:25 - 11:55), syncopated, blues-infused rocking, and stops. At 18:30 with the others still playing, Trey addresses the audience, talking about new songs.|
|1997-07-21||Magilla||Virginia Beach, VA||5:47||Summer 97's brilliant Creature Double Feature. -> from "Wolfman's Brother," the intro features Trey's signature sound, before a more traditional "Magilla" takes shape. True to that summer's form, the version veers into more exploratory ground, with Trey trading solos with Page and lending a funky effect to Mike's playing.|
|1997-07-21||Theme||Virginia Beach, VA||7:10||At 7:10, the jam veers into a nice funky groove. Then at 8:30 LeRoi Moore pipes in on the saxophone. He plays a tease from the "Theme To Woody Woodpecker" and then he and the band embark on a funky, jazzy exploration. Page switches keyboards several times and the jam grows weird, dissonant and chaotic towards the end.|
|1997-07-21||Jam||Virginia Beach, VA||12:33||-> in from "Theme." The "Jam" leaves "Theme" and veers into a nice funky groove. Then at 8:30 LeRoi Moore pipes in on the saxophone. He plays a tease from the "Theme To Woody Woodpecker" and then he and the band embark on a funky, jazzy exploration. Page switches keyboards several times and the jam grows weird, dissonant and chaotic towards the end.|
|1997-07-21||Slave||Virginia Beach, VA||12:27||Trey's playing includes some subtle and effective melodic variation. Meanwhile Page and Fish add really nice color and texture, transforming this lazy summertime version into one with a powerful sense of grandeur, reaching lofty heights in its strong conclusion.|
|1998-08-09||Esther||Virginia Beach, VA||9:19||This very pretty and subdued version features notably strong playing from Trey and Page.|
|1998-08-09||Bag||Virginia Beach, VA||14:48||Jam breaks at about 5:45 into a rhythmic, wavy, slightly funky groove. Gets more funky, and Trey, and then Page (on the B-3) tease "Electric Funeral" (Black Sabbath). At this point, the jam really rocks until the ending.|
|1998-08-09||YEM||Virginia Beach, VA||19:12||Very strange version with no jam segment to speak of. (No B&D.)|
|1999-07-08||Fee||Virginia Beach, VA||21:18||The outro sticks to the "Fee" framework until 9 minutes when Fish picks up the beat, leading to an upbeat segment filled with the blissfull, atmospheric style of jamming that is so representative of the '99 sound. Eventually returns to Earth at 20 minutes and winds down to close. In the realm of "Fee" jams, this weasel reigns supreme.|
|1999-07-08||Jam||Virginia Beach, VA||0:00||See Fee Jamming Chart.|
|1999-07-08||BOAF||Virginia Beach, VA||18:31||At first a wide-ranging and quality "BOAF" jam, this version then moves beyond, breaking into a "Days Between" jam, and an excellent and extended "If I Only Had A Brain" jam with strange lyrics from Mike and Trey. One of the best "Birds."|
|1999-07-08||JJLC||Virginia Beach, VA||11:51||Very easy going and relaxed feel to this version until the ending when the band cranks it up.|
|1999-07-08||Simple||Virginia Beach, VA||10:24||This version ends akin to Coil, with each member of the band having left the stage until only Page was left, soloing.|
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