, comment by n00b100
n00b100 People would have gone bananas if they played this jam in 2009, which I think tells you something about a) the strength of 12/31/14 II, as this jam has been almost entirely overshadowed, and b) the strength of the last 3 years of 3.0, as a jam this strong can just get a "hey, that was pretty good" before everyone moves on. It's kind of a little brother to the glorious 12/28/12 version - fluidity, gracefulness, pure joy, all in one neat package - and well worth a listen or twenty. Tweezer took a bit of a step down after its annus mirabilis in 2013, but only a bit, and this bad boy would easily slot in with last year's masterpieces.

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