, comment by hdorne
hdorne It may be overshadowed by the Tahoe Tweezer, but this may be my favorite version of the modern era. The whole thing tells a story in the way it shifts from section to section with beautiful fluidity. Everyone is listening extremely well and playing with such patience and finesse, that when the hose finally opens up, it could not be placed any better. There's even a mini-hose before the big one. A beautiful jam, one of my favorite Tweezers ever. Tahoe is a masterpiece, but don't sleep on this version.
, comment by mattsox94
mattsox94 Fluid, serene, blissful, diverse, spaceous, intense. And that's just the first 12 minutes.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 It's funny how quickly the wind was taken out of the sails of this jam by Tahoe and Hampton 2013's versions, as this was (almost certainly) the consensus choice of 3.0's best Tweezer when it was played. It still holds up, though, as a great example of everything the band does so well in this current incarnation - discrete segments, fluidity in the way it shifts moods, and the sense that everyone is doing the right thing at every point in the jam. A truly fine version that deserves all the praise heaped upon it.

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