Chalk Dust Torture

, comment by ChalkDustTeacher
ChalkDustTeacher I could drive down a highway to this.
, comment by conormac
conormac Sounds like a sped up and happier what's the use in bliss section
, comment by conormac
conormac Sped up Simple Jam when it hits "bliss" section
, comment by curtiss
curtiss To me, length of a song has nothing to do with how great it is. I have no problem with anyone calling this the greatest CDT ever. This is 14 minutes of incredible, jaw-dropping music!
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 It's funny to see just how short (or "short" ;) this jam is, considering that lots of folks consider it the best CDT ever (and one of their great jams). It doesn't take too long for the band to break out into a lovely upbeat jam, then after briefly sliding back into CDT's limits they turn on the hose and Trey's soaring notes take over, not unlike the Reading Disease (which only hints at the Allmans, instead of outright teasing them like here), before taking things down to a slow boil and segueing neatly into Roggae. I don't know if I'd call it the best CDT, but it's certainly the one with the biggest peak, and really is an uplifting piece of music.

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