, comment by kipmat

Bob Gulotti on a 2nd drumset, which means that Fishman is in control here, playing conservatively so their guest doesn't fall off the rails, while holding back the tempo from the energetic guitarist. Trey wisely focuses on Page at the start of the jam, allowing Mike to fall in step with the drummers and establish a solid foundation for this jam. Trey builds his solo to a peak at 8:20, but then reaches for another at 9:00, and the band doesn't go with him! To my ears, this indicates that Trey's usual solo style wasn't working here, so he switches up his rhythm, and eventually sets up some loops and moves to his percussion kit. I don't know if the jam totally works as well as other percussion jams from Fall '96, but even if you don't know drumming from a stick and a pail, check out what Fish and Bob Gulotti get up to during the jam - the interplay and communication between them is fairly expressive, and quite unique in Tweezer's history. Trey returns to the 'Doc at 14:15 to bring the jam to one last peak, and then home to Gamehenge.

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