, comment by kipmat

Like 10/23/96, Fish does a masterful job of holding onto the reins of the tempo, actually slowing down the song at a couple of points. A little mini-moog from Page between verses, setting up some very spacey post-Ebeneezer improv and some fight bell action from Mike. But by 8:00, Fishman is dropping the mad beatz and guiding this jam like an expert handler showing off Handsome Dan. It's not until 11:20 that Trey really takes flight with his solo, which soars high like a twin-prop before diving down to buzz over the audience's heads at 13:50. The eventual landing is drawn-out and a little bumpy, caused by some roadkill...

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