|Originally Performed By||Phish|
An interesting choice for a track on the band’s first live album, A Live One, this “song” is actually just a two-minute excerpt from a 45-minute version of “Tweezer” that the band played in Bozeman, Montana, on 11/28/94. The full song is a stellar example of the band’s experimental “Type II” jamming at its best. Apologies to those who purchased the album thinking the band would be doing the legendary Zappa dental floss tune.
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