|1995-06-17||Divided||Bristow, VA||16:39||1995 was a very strong year for "Divided Sky." This show opening, sunset version is a case in point.|
|1995-06-17||Stash||Bristow, VA||16:39||Great version that gets well beyond "Stash" into some serious dark exploration. Classic Summer '95 jamming. And a powerful ending to top it off.|
|1995-06-17||Tweezer||Bristow, VA||7:05||"Heartbreaker" tease, "Johnny B. Goode" sandwich. Although it contains some spacey jamming, it eventually becomes ferocious, with unbelievable, magnificent energy. Purported "Montana" tease.|
|1995-06-17||JBG||Bristow, VA||2:33||-> in from "Tweezer." The debut of "JBG" is sandwiched in this "Tweezer" jam.|
|1995-06-17||Tweezer||Bristow, VA||10:48||-> in from "Johnny B. Goode" as this "Tweezer" continues and -> to "McGrupp."|
|1995-06-17||Hood||Bristow, VA||14:22||Great summertime version includes some filthy, nasty Mike in the "Mr. Minor" section, Trey soloing by himself for several minutes, and a very powerful but non-shredding peak.|
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