, attached to 1994-11-28

Review by nichobert

nichobert This is THE Tweezer.

After Tahoe, I went back and listened to all the long Tweezers.

It was almost comical how handily this one smoked the rest. It almost doesn't feel like a 1994 jam because its so coherent and cohesive, each segment spilling logically into the next even if the departure is pretty massive.

There are two seperate Page solos, a Cactus solo, a DDLJ, and my favorite part, a full blown Tweezer Reprise jam without the words to out about 35 exclamation points on it. (Pre?) Reminiscent of the Weekapaug jam in the Worcester Jim, the Back At The Chicken Shack jam in the Dicks Light and Frampton jam in the Tahoe Tweezer, an uplifting crescendo of emotion delivered via recognizable thematic jamming.

This is 10/10. The only Tweezers that get me going as well are 12/2/95 and Tahoe, but neither of them can match this.


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