, comment by YourNiceShades
YourNiceShades IMO this version deserves the HR treatment. Not only was this Tweezer a huge surprise after the awesome version played just two nights before, but the segue out of waves was straight filthy with incredible tone from Trey. Then the first and second half of the jam flow together seamlessly, and the stunning peak sounds composed. I would like to hear the reasoning as to why this version is not highly recommended out of curiosity as I feel like it stands comfortably with all of the other powerhouse Tweezers from August 2015 (possibly the best month for Tweezer since June, November, or December 1995?).
, comment by CameToPlay
CameToPlay This jam will probably be best known for the 5 minutes of blissy hose at the end, which even though it follows a familiar template, is still a glorious segment (I dig the woodblock!). But the first half of the jam may actually be the better half. There were hints of a 3rd segment coming, but no void left by its absence. Do not miss the first half of this jam or the silky transition period between the 2 segments. No abrupt changes of direction in this one. Great jam from a great show from a great tour. One of my faves of the summer.

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