, attached to 1992-04-21

Review by Hose_jam

Hose_jam 4:50-Trey settles on a riff, a bit of a trill...Mike lays back and Page joins Trey with a bit of dissonance.
5:50-Trey and Page begin modulating the riff. Mike then comes in adding a background rhythm. Fishman plays the same driving beat for the beginning of this jam.
6:30-Page switches to Piano.
7:00-Trey plays an off key melody line. The jam kinda falls apart.
7:30-Trey settles on a simple melody and continues to play the rift as Page eventually comes back in.
7:50-Trey fills out the melody and Fishman comes in with a beat. Page continues dissonant sounds on the Piano.
9:05-Trey pulls it up, vamps on a note and Mike catches on. Fishman plays a nice line of fills.
9:25-Trey returns to his riff.
9:50-Trey unleashes a guitar scream that would make the guitar gods proud. He brings the melody down an octave and adds a nice distortion on it.
10:30-The jam has a bit of a Tweezer reprise feel to it.
10:45-Trey plays around with the melody. Him and Page take turns with some dissonant sounds.
11:33-Trey brings the melody back up an octave and has some great sustain and bended notes.
11:50-Fishman pushes the beat and plays some great fills. Tons of power in his playing.
12:10-Trey pulls it back, everyone plays dissonant strange chromatic lines.
12:30- Everyone begins to slow the tempo, continuing their strange lines.



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