|1994-07-14||Antelope||Canandaigua, NY||10:47||Insanely intense, driving, and dissonant jam, with excellent Fish just hammering away.|
|1994-07-14||YEM||Canandaigua, NY||23:06||Sweeeet jam segment and B&D!|
|1995-06-22||Theme||Canandaigua, NY||12:01||Intense, well played version approaches the conclusion, and then morphs into an eerie, psychedelic 5 minute exploration that gains some propulsion before a -> into the "Fleezer," a monster version of "Tweezer."|
|1995-06-22||Jam||Canandaigua, NY||5:23||-> in from "Theme From The Bottom." An eerie, psychedelic jam follows "Theme," gains some propulsion, and -> to the "Fleezer," a monster 45 minute "Tweezer" -> "Tweezer Reprise" combination.|
|1995-06-22||Tweezer||Canandaigua, NY||45:00||The Finger Lakes "FLeezer." Another masterpiece of Phish improv that segues into "Tweeprise." Must-f'ing-hear. Includes Fish on vacuum for a spell, and a "My Generation" jam.|
|1995-06-22||Tweeprise||Canandaigua, NY||2:43||-> in from "Tweezer" to close out the famed "Fleezer."|
|2010-06-29||Weekapaug||Canandaigua, NY||9:16||Seems like a short, standard version until 5:00, when the jam breaks into a rhythmic, low-key groove which gets nicely away from typical fare, builds intensity, and > unfinished to "LxL."|
|2014-07-15||DwD||Canandaigua, NY||20:12||A nice jam departs the standard, moving into some darkish probing. Gradually, the jam builds into a more upbeat groove, but with exploratory moments interspersed, included some great funky Mike and Page teaming, and a Trey and Fish-led rocking ending section.|
|2014-07-15||Antelope||Canandaigua, NY||11:06||Dubbed "Fuegolope," there's a lot more to this strong "Type I" version than just teases, including a nice quiet section that builds with dissonance and tension to a fiery conclusion.|
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