Chalk Dust Torture

, comment by cphish12
cphish12 Lucky enough to catch this jam live, and boy was it a jam to behold. At about the nine minute mark the band begins to develop this very spacey and sustained jam, king of like the ending of the famous Dick's 12 version but a lot more jarring and eerie sounding. Over this wall of sound trey began to play a delicate wha chord while mike plays the drill which gives this jam another unique quality. As this part of the jam fades away trey starts to play delicate chords with page switching to piano. as this part of the jam grows leg mike and trey began to play-off each other while page lays down the texture with sustained synthesizer notes, but seamlessly trey began to play a riff eerily similar to tweezer reprise and page hops on the clav and mike gets this really strange bass tone that complements the groove perfectly. Then go to a start stop section which is straight fire, with page railing away on the clav and trey making nast effect with his echo-plex. The jam then shifts into a quite rock groove before fading away into Mike's Song.

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