|1990-10-27||Llama||Dallas, TX||0:00||Debut. No recording available.|
|1993-03-05||Weekapaug||Dallas, TX||10:00||Strong varied and experimental jamming with multiple sections. Fish earns his stripes keeping the rhythm in check while keeping pace with the mind of Trey. The return to home base after being far, far away is a thrilling rocker.|
|1993-03-05||JJLC||Dallas, TX||9:01||Soulful Page on the B-3. Then Trey gradually rips his section up into an incendiary peak.|
|1994-05-07||SOAMelt||Dallas, TX||13:34||Good solid "SOAM" with intense playing, plenty of dissonance, and an unusual ending sequence.|
|1994-05-07||Tweezer||Dallas, TX||22:32||Tweezerfest! An excellent, improvisational "Tweezer" jam precedes a number of other great, jammed-out tunes, with frequent musical references to the underlying and all-encompassing "Tweezer" theme. -> "Mind Left Body Jam."|
|1994-05-07||Mind Left Body Jam||Dallas, TX||3:28||-> in from the opening "Tweezer." Spirited and intense playing downshifts to some quieter transitional action, which neatly -> "Sparks."|
|1994-05-07||Sparks||Dallas, TX||2:42||-> in from "Tweezer." The third stop in the historic Tweezerfest medley, this high energy version sounds as though it will segue to "Walk Away," but instead pulls a fast one and -> to "Makisupa."|
|1994-05-07||Digital Delay Loop Jam||Dallas, TX||6:02||-> in from "Makisupa." "Tweezer"-like jamming emerges from the basic "DDL Jam." The Tweezerfest continues...|
|1994-05-07||Sweet Emotion||Dallas, TX||1:27||-> in from a "DDL Jam" that sounds an awful lot like "Tweezer" at times. This brief, less-than-pristine salute to the Aerosmith classic also has moments that sound a lot like "Tweezer." No wonder it's called the Tweezerfest. A neat -> to "Walk Away" ensues.|
|1994-05-07||Walk Away||Dallas, TX||11:29||-> in from "Sweet Emotion Jam." "Walk Away" arguably returns to "Tweezer" after about 4 minutes. Either way, it's great, improvisational playing that ultimately -> "Cannonball."|
|1994-05-07||Cannonball||Dallas, TX||2:06||A smooth and swinging "Cannonball" jam, replete with the Breeder's anthemic riff and serviceable lyrics. Spirited jamming winds down into wonderful Page, who leads a perfect -> to "Purple Rain.|
|1994-05-07||HYHU||Dallas, TX||5:21||Following "Purple Rain," This version is highly improvisational, and may sound more like "Tweezer" than "HYHU" to you. Ain't called the Tweezerfest for no reason!|
|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."|
|1997-07-25||Wolfman's||Dallas, TX||15:09||Lots of good funk, then the jam starts to uncork, but cycles back to more funk. Around 11:00, the jam breaks out into some great "C&P"-like jamming before settling and > to "Maze."|
|1997-07-25||Maze||Dallas, TX||12:24||> in from "Wolfman's Brother." Frenzied chaos run amuck.|
|1997-07-25||Gin||Dallas, TX||21:48||A classic "Type I" jam drops into funk mode for a good 6 minutes before returning to the "Gin" theme. -> to "Makisupa."|
|1997-07-25||Makisupa||Dallas, TX||8:39||A strong jam emerges beginning at 6:20. It's bluesy at first and then moves to a gentle, down-tempo rock jam, typical of '97 Phish, beginning around 7:27. Nice -> "AC/DC Bag."|
|1997-07-25||Bag||Dallas, TX||11:16||-> in from "Makisupa." Similar to 8/13/96. Intense, stretched-out version where the band just keeps it going and going.|
|1997-07-25||CDT||Dallas, TX||15:48||Bob Gullotti on second drum set. The band really stretches this version out, then at about 9:45, the jam mellows into a rhythmic and bluesy groove that eventually hints back at "CDT" before -> to "Taste."|
|1997-07-25||Ya Mar||Dallas, TX||9:56||Bob Gullotti on second drum set. -> in from "Taste." Big two-way drum solo. -> to "Ghost."|
|1998-07-26||YEM||Dallas, TX||30:38||Very strong jam segment! (No B&D.)|
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