Great clips, by the way. Neither is on a jam chart, but both are sweet. That Tweezer jam from 93 rips. There's something about that 92-93 sound that is just so pure.That Tweezer is great. I love that riff there that’s why I picked it.
The second clip had me thinking 99-00, with the loops, but no. 6/23/95 is an excellent show, with one of the stronger first sets pre-97. The Reba is fantastic and unique, and YEM is a top shelf version, with an absolutely phenomenal main jam segment. The second set is probably below average for Summer 95, as it doesn't have one of those 30 minute Type-72 explorations into the deepest reaches of space that were typical on that tour. Still, the Jim is excellent, and the Antelope really stands out: it's exploratory and fiery, maybe the best version of 95 outside of 10/24. The Waterloo antics and the songs with Popper close out the show well.
Summer 95, man. What a tour.
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