, attached to 2000-07-04

Review by Hose_jam

Hose_jam Two serious jams in this second set but I'll start by reviewing the Twist, one of my favorites of the summer. This jam is a unique sound, reminiscent of '99 jams with a wall of sound over rising chords progressions. The jam really has only one distinct segment.

2:40 End of composed section>Jam
5:12 Fishman plays a nice tom beat and everyone vamps on a note, nice section in a otherwise standard post composed section jam.

9:55 Trey finds a riff and lays into it for quite a few measures. Mike has some beautiful patient bass work here; very patient and sparse playing. Page is on the grand piano and Fishman on the ride cymbal.
11:13 Trey keeps on the same riff but puts an effect on, some type of phaser/flanger. Fishman follows suit with a splash on two beat, classic buildup material there. Mike's bass playing is noticeably busier here.
11:55 Trey plays the same basic melody of the riff but adds in a chord to give it a base.
13:22 Fishman starts playing a crash cymbal like a ride cymbal, taking the jam to the next level. Trey vamps on a two chords progression and Mike plays some GREAT notes "outside", giving it a dark feel.
14:00 Love the effect Trey puts on here, as if his guitar is "swelling".
14:40 Trey lets out an effects laden riff with Fishman going off and Mike playing outside the box. Page has some nice fills on the grand piano.
15:37 Jam drifts into space.


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