Yet another song entitled "Montana" appears on the Phish release A Live One. It is actually an excerpt from a Tweezer performed 11/28/94 at the Field House at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. What was dubbed "Montana" begins at about 15 minutes into a sonic adventure that lasts almost 45. It was never played before or since.
Considering this information in contrast to the 31-minute Tweezer elsewhere on A Live One is a good way to begin to understand how much a Phish tune is capable of changing from night to night--especially Tweezer, the flagship jamming tune of mid-to-late 1994. Its successfully enjoyable experimentations provoked the band to stretch out other, older tunes into brand-new journeys that last over half an hour. Prominent examples include: