Thanks PBM for the sweet filler..
Opening standard. No screaming on Ebeneezer at all..
Jam segment at 4:18. Trey sustains a bit in the beginning, permitting
Page to throw out some chords. At 4:40 Trey begins soloing in a
typically tweezeresque (dark, spooky, Evil) fashion, repeating this
rather annoying theme over and over again (and adding a twist within
about thirty seconds). Mike becomes more prominent after a minute or
so -- he seems to be reasonably melodious.
Very common Tweezer jamming throughout this version. Frighteningly
plebeian, actually. Extremely tweezeresque and spooky.
Around 6:30 or so Trey repeats a particular theme and then picks up
the pace a lil bit for a little while.. but still nothing terribly
thrilling. Around 7 Trey starts climbing the 'doc a little.. but
doesn't really wail too much.
Around 7:15 everyone begins surging dissonantly every beat (and Fish
has dropped the tweezer rhythm).. pretty strange. Not auricularly
pleasing in my opinion.
The jam gets back into something tweezeresque within 45 seconds, and
Trey begins soloing in the upper reaches of the 'doc, but he is still
focusing on repeating off-key eerie little licks, and is genuinely
uninterested in performing anything melodiously enchanting. The
accompaniment from the others is quite grand, however..
This Tweezer is honestly even more boring than this review, imo, until
around 9:20 when Trey starts chording Walk Away (and Mike immediately
accompanies him on it). Fish steadily segues the rhythm into Walk
Away and at 9:50 Walk Away is played.
This Tweezer didn't quite suck, but it wasn't anything to write about,
and I completely regret having reviewed it. 4.0 rating.
Unquestionably below average.