, comment by n00b100
n00b100 It's funny that I listened to this jam after the famous 12/2/95 version, as this one is almost the complete musical polar opposite. Instead of the flamethrowing hose of that version, this one is a Fish and Mike showcase (rare enough on its own to justify a listen), where Fish's fancy rhythmic games and Mike's powerful basslines take center stage while Trey throws out licks and Page goes to work on the clavinet. It's a really interesting, nifty jam, and as @CreatureoftheNight mentions, the return to the Tweezer theme is a nice capper. This jam, the centerpiece of a surprisingly good closing show to the massive Fall 2013 jaunt, deserves a lot more praise.

Setlist nerd note - I still have no idea why this isn't a -> out of Waves. I have seen -> s given for less.
, comment by CreatureoftheNight
CreatureoftheNight Truly democratic jamming. I love this type of rhythmic and textural playing. Mike's contributions at 9 minutes and Trey's groove at 12 minutes is fantastic. The old school return to Tweezer is always welcome.

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