, comment by n00b100
n00b100 Page's work leading into the major chord jam is one of my favorite moments of his in the live catalog. Possibly a pre-planned jam (3.0 transitions in jams tend to be smooth, but the transitions in and out of themes here are almost breathtakingly flawless), but as always, if the jam is this good it hardly matters. The final hose segment, in particular, is worth the price of admission alone. One of 2013's top highlights.
, comment by CameToPlay
CameToPlay One of my favorite jams of 2013. Elegant and orchestral. Goes into major, but still never veers too far from the main theme. I noticed when at the show, the jam really captivated the audience in a way a lot of great jams don't. Some jams are better on playback. I think that is a good way to describe this jam. Captivating. Among the best of the "beautiful" jams of 2013.

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