Tweezer

, comment by hughie46
hughie46 this is in my opinion the masterpeice of phish improvisation. akin to an early darkstar or any band's creation at their most fluid, collective, seemingly divine point. the jam flows with absolute relentlessness, never seeming to consciously search for direction or hesitate. its magic.
, comment by Ez_and_not_so_Fast
Ez_and_not_so_Fast
Phish kicked it here in The Big Sky, without a doubt. This is the epitome of phish's highest skill in their early years.

It's the very special Tweezer from which comes the track on A Live One titled "Montana." It was a title that always confused me until I heard IT - this entire show. It's is killer fun, don't neglect the other songs in favor of the jam. The problem with my take on it, and I recognize this, is that it is all quite expertly and cooperatively executed. Regardless, this Tweezer is not the only highlight from this show.

The fans are the highlight, though. If Phish claims they react to and interact with their fan base, it's obvious here! I dig it.

But all things considered, Jon Henrietta Fishman is this particular show's hero. It is such a joy to hear in its entirety!

Try to convey what you strive to condone.
, comment by Pinhead_Larry
Pinhead_Larry Words cannot describe this incredible Tweezer. On a whole, 1994 deserves all of the credit it gets. The Fall of 1994 is, IMO, the "oddest" Phish tour, in that all the big jams were weird, dark, exploratory, and went way "out there." Well, maybe this doesn't apply to all the big jams of this era, but a decent chunk of them.

This Tweezer is the epitome of the sound of Fall 1994. It is beautiful, it is dark, it is moving, it is powerful, it is explorative, it is undaunting, and it is unstoppable. The DDLJ is just the icing on the cake. Please, my limited vocabulary cannot describe this epic jam. Just please listen to it if you have not already.

 

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