, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger Hide yo kids, hid yo wife!
, comment by First_Bube
First_Bube I had seen a few shows and heard quite a few but that Tweezer was the first time I was transported.... The first time I could actually feel that everyone around me was feeling the same thing that I was at that moment. We were all in it together and it was beautiful.
, comment by PinzYouInTheEye
PinzYouInTheEye This was the 9th show for @First_Bube and she had already seen some amazing moments. After this Tweezer she turned to me and said "something special is happening right now, isn't it?" It was the first time I saw that certain look in her eye at a show. This Tweezer has power indeed.
, comment by pikepredator
pikepredator this tweezer is developing into one of my favorite phish jams. it has all the necessary components: initial cruise into uncharted waters, Mike Bomb, scary exploration that eventually peaks in an unheard-of fashion with trey's crazy guitar screams, blissful outro.
, comment by Choda
Choda This Tweezer is The Godfather 2 compared to Tahoe's My Cousin Vinny.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 There's a non-inconsiderable amount of folks that prefer this Tweezer over 7/31/13's, and I can see the argument - there's damn near as much going on here, in terms of ferocious, almost *angry* jamming, not to mention that remarkable ambient pool that leads into Golden Age. I'm not sure it's quite as Technicolor-epic as the Tahoe version, which is why I still give that one the nod, but it's certainly nothing to be trifled with. "Raw power" seems like a pretty apt description.

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