|1993-04-12||Stash||Iowa City, IA||10:50||Brain-splitting tension and dissonance on display here. The ending release is welcome relief!|
|1993-04-12||YEM||Iowa City, IA||16:55||"Gumbo" quote, -> to "Honky Tonk Women" Jam during the bass and drum section.|
|1993-04-12||Honky Tonk Women||Iowa City, IA||1:12||-> in from "YEM" at the end of the bass and drum section. -> back to "YEM."|
|1993-04-12||YEM||Iowa City, IA||7:08||-> in from "Honky Tonk Women." Vocal jam includes bits of "New York, New York" and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."|
|1994-06-14||YEM||Des Moines, IA||21:34||"On Broadway" jam!|
|1994-06-14||Possum||Des Moines, IA||9:42||Intense, with "DEG"-like jamming from 5:15 - 5:50, awesome Fish, and an "On Broadway" tease at the start of the jam.|
|1996-11-14||SOAMule||Ames, IA||12:10||Page solo > Trey guitar/vocal solo > Page on piano, Trey on guitar with crazy falsetto singing > klezmer.|
|1999-10-01||Gin||Ames, IA||18:46||A classic '99 "Gin." Trey's tone and soaring but shredding playing in this straightforward version evince the unique style and sound that could only belong in 1999.|
|1999-10-01||Gumbo||Ames, IA||12:37||Somewhat bluesy groove with a "Can't Turn You Loose" tease from Page. Big crescendo of noise near the end.|
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