|1995-06-17||Bristow, VA||2:33||-> in from "Tweezer." The debut of "JBG" is sandwiched in this "Tweezer" jam.|
|1995-07-03||North Fayston, VT||3:11||-> in from "DB." A spirited rendition, only the second ever, springs out suddenly in the middle of a monster "Bowie." -> back to "DB."|
|1997-11-17||Denver, CO||17:04||After concluding the song proper, the band launches into a high-quality jam which retains Fall 97's tone and timbre but is also a bit of a throwback to an earlier era with its spiraling, "DEG"-laced opening segment. The second half finds a space more emblematic of the tour with Trey's ethereal wah chord washes and eventually calms down, landing delicately -> "JJLC".|
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