, comment by fhqwhgads
fhqwhgads This version fascinates me! First of all, it starts out a faster tempo than I'm accustomed to. Then, Fish drops a kind of bluegrass rhythm into the mix in the jam, sort of like I'd hear in Back on the Train. The peak is very tension-and-release, as Stash tends towards, but Trey in particular gets to me in a good way in this version.

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