, comment by kipmat

Hey, *there's* Mike! A slower tempo opens up this show, nice, loose... idk, have you heard any of Fall '97? ;) Pretty wild post-"Ebeneezer" improv, I'm sure it messed with some folks' trips that night. Fish lays down what is practically a breakbeat at the start of the jam. Trey aptly brings in the Love Unlimited Orchestra with his wah-wah, telling us the story of the Ghost of Barry White (who was actually still alive in 1997). Sooooo much space in the music at 8:30 - the other three were practically begging Mike to take the wheel on this jam. And he does, like a bad motherfu- (shut yo mouth!) Then Trey turns up the heat with his 'Doc until molten lava starts erupting from the speakers of his pair of Fender Twin amps. This peak is very similar to the one from 11/17/97, but I don't seem to get tired of it. Eventually the fireburst dies away, and Trey hangs on to that G chord as the jam winds down, one more gem from a tour that was studded with precious jewels...

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