|1994-05-07||Tweeprise||Dallas, TX||3:29||-> in from "HYHU Jam." Closing out the startling, unprecedented and historic 1 hour and 7 minute long Tweezerfest exploration, the band ends this magnum opus with a big exclamation point, injecting spirit and extra mustard into the always energizing "Tweezer Reprise."|
|1994-10-27||Tweeprise||Charlottesville, VA||4:56||Magnificent, extended version as Trey leads the band to finish precisely at curfew. If you've not heard this, you haven't heard the SICKEST in Phish history.|
|1995-06-22||Tweeprise||Canandaigua, NY||2:43||-> in from "Tweezer" to close out the famed "Fleezer."|
|1995-12-17||Tweeprise||Lake Placid, NY||2:47||-> in from "Tweezer." The second notable "Tweezer" -> "Tweeprise" combo.|
|2016-12-28||Tweeprise||New York, NY||2:28||Part of a segue sandwich with "Martian Monster". Trey and Page sing "your trip is short" in lieu of the usual "Tweezer Reprise" vocals.|
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