, attached to 1995-06-22

Review by theothr1

theothr1 having been to a handful of shows with song "lite" second sets and 30+ min jams over the years, it's easy to follow the progression from individual and/or group wankery to full-on serious, musically ground-breaking, GROUP-mind improvisation (and, yes, there is a HUUUUGE difference between the two)...though, sometimes, these earlier long excursions (ie: the 11/26 & 12/29/94 Bowie, many Tweezers from the fall of '94 thru summer '95, etc...) hit the bulls-eye....i will say that, NO MATTER WHAT, any epic jam aPhishianado will find SOMETHING to like in each and every one


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