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MiguelSanchez @garcia17 said:
Thanks everyone! I got really lucky with this one. I figured the second clip was from Fall 95 (I was originally thinking a Bowie) and tracked it down without too much trouble, then used the Pete's hint that the theme had been used before to narrow down what I was looking for. I figured first clip was from pre-95, so started my search at 12-31-94 and was instantly rewarded. The third was the most frustrating. I had no idea on an era so was searching sporadically using the jam charts. I eventually reasoned that the first two were from '95 (+1 extra day) so I should focus my search there and was rewarded.

I'll definitely miss taking part in these (most) every week! Its been fun and as @lysergic said, I'm always getting turned onto new jams through MJM.
Wow. You randomly just started with NYE '94. Bravo and congrats sir.

The way that jam clip sounded, I was thinking it was balls deep in one of those BIG' 94 jams. I actually thought I recognized it from the Hill Aud Simple and went there first. Around the 13'ish minute mark, I heard the part that I was thinking was it but confirmed it was not it.

Per the Hill Aud Simple and the NYE '94 Weekapaug, these 2 jams are a great way to dispell what I'd call "the 2 most common myths of 3.0."

1) They get out into deep territory faster and more efficiently now.
Listen to that NYE '94 Weekapaug. Boy that's a quick leap into some awesome territory!! Been forever since i spun that show, but I've got the rest of the show on the docket for this evening. This Weekapaug covers a hell of a lot of ground in 11-12 minutes.

2) They play as a band together better now than they did in 1.0.
Of course, everyone that has ears knows this is BS, but I see people say it all the time. Sure, it's not said by the smart crowd, but its stated. Listening to that Hill Aud Simple on ear buds, I was blown away by the band interactions, especially around the 13 and 26 minute marks. Woo...what Mike does around the 26 minute mark is so gnarley.


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