Bathtub Gin

, comment by n00b100
n00b100 BTW, the above entry should be for the 7/3/14 version, not this one. This version is pretty darn good, though.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I still think this puppy gets a bit of a bad rap because a) it was the first 2nd set Gin in 2 years (and only the 2nd Type 2 Gin since the return) and b) one of the most experimental 3.0 versions of a song that had entered the realm of "Type I rager" as 3.0 went along, but isn't quite on the level of the great Gins of old. But just because a jam isn't at the top of the mountain doesn't mean it doesn't deserve plaudits, and this Gin, which moves from typical fiery Gin jam to a wah-wah laden funkier groove to something more relaxed (driven by Mike and Page) before petering out and rolling into LxL. The SPAC 14 Gin gets more attention, but don't pass this one by.

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