, comment by kipmat

Jumping ahead a couple more light-years to this version, on a cold, cold, cold night in New England. I dig the flavor of Page's clavinet between the verses. Check out the .net reviews of this show for a little back-and-forth commenting on this Tweezer - I don't really have much to add to what's already been said about this classic. (But thank goodness I posted this comment, right???)
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I don't know if you can even really call this Type II, as it's basically the usual Tweezer jam sped up 33 1/3-played-at-45-speed style and played with an astoundingly, almost breathtakingly intense energy from beginning to end. The ending, where they slow down to a blues shuffle and then slow down even further to a bluesy crawl, is also well worth hearing. A deservedly famous version from what might be Tweezer's greatest stretch, December 1995.

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