Ghost

, comment by ucpete
ucpete @n00b100 said:
I've never liked the way Trey decides this jam needed to end with the Ghost ending, as it doesn't sound the least bit organic (the way, say, the Tahoe Tweezer's return to the Tweezer theme is exceptionally organic), but what comes before - Trey hitting upon a fabulous lick as the band cranks up major-key bliss behind him - is one of 3.0's most beautiful moments. It took me a while, but I get why people love it so much. And that nickname really is boss.
I agree that this one didn't need to come back down to Ghost, and could've sailed off into the major mode sunset instead -- but I blame the come-down on Fishman, not Trey. He's the one who kicks back into the Ghost drum beat, and Trey just follows suit.
, comment by cmg348
cmg348 Pro-shot video of this beautiful jam available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjTrV3LOAJc
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I've never liked the way Trey decides this jam needed to end with the Ghost ending, as it doesn't sound the least bit organic (the way, say, the Tahoe Tweezer's return to the Tweezer theme is exceptionally organic), but what comes before - Trey hitting upon a fabulous lick as the band cranks up major-key bliss behind him - is one of 3.0's most beautiful moments. It took me a while, but I get why people love it so much. And that nickname really is boss.
 

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