, comment by kipmat

An outdoor AUD brings some mild, gentle breezes from off the Long Island Sound. Page's Hammond organ is pushed up in the mix, as it often was back then. The band doesn't have the arrangement nailed quite yet - it sounds like Trey is ready to start "Look who's in the freezer" before the others. The jam features some good alternating between the rock riffing and free-form melodic improv that sounds like the winding-down section, before Trey pulls out Jimmy Page's trusty "Heartbreaker" riff. The "don't play" secret language signalled by the "Popeye" theme at 7:10 seems to be lost on the audience - I can imagine many of them halting their head-bobbing and looking over at the stage as if something went wrong. The jam wraps up shortly thereafter. Still a long ways to go with this new song, but hey, it's all about the journey, right?

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