, comment by kipmat

Awwww yeah, crank this Aud UP! Page and Mike out front in the mix, but still a nice balance. (Thank you Lenny Stubbe!) Page uses the black keys of the piano for a dissonant effect during the post-Ebeneezer section, and his clav keeps things funky as Trey noodles and uses his pitch-shifter effect. @NigelTufnel's show review describes Trey's solo as "minimalist", and I concur - Big Red latches on to two different three-note motifs and repeats them over and over for a significant portion of this jam. Like 6/30/00, it sounds like the rest of the band is waiting for Trey to figure out what he wants to do... but they throw down a killer dancing groove in the meantime. The highlight of this version, IMO, is when Trey finally steps back at 12:30, and the jam dissolves into nearly 4 minutes of spacy improv that sounds more like 2000 than 2010, murky, like walking on the floor of the ocean...

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