, comment by ChalkDustTeacher
ChalkDustTeacher The material directly after the DDLJ is very similar to the jam that was played during soundcheck a few nights earlier in Chicago (it's included in the Chicago '94 box). Trey is playing pretty much the exact same notes. But here it takes on a darker, eerier vibe due to what the rest of the band is playing. It's incredible to hear how fast this little snippet developed. During the soundcheck Trey's guitar just doesn't quite mesh with the rest of the band. During this Tweezer it fits perfectly.

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