No Men In No Man's Land

, comment by aisincl , attached to 2017-12-28
aisincl I thought this was 2017 Jam of the Year. It is Exhibit A on the new Trey and Page rigs, and their more rugged and gravely sound.

This Jam exploded, and set the tone for the 2017-2018 NYE run.
, comment by aisincl , attached to 2016-09-02
aisincl Agree wholeheartedly with the other 2 comments here. This version is so sweet and smooth, and then just descends into total darkness and evilness. Let Mike's Bass sink in about midway through, and you can just envision the entire Earth opening up in a giant seismic eruption. A great evening Jam to listen to by a campfire.
, comment by fhqwhgads , attached to 2016-09-02
fhqwhgads I guess I just have a hard time accepting that someone thinks this is nothing more than a "standard rock peak."
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2016-09-02
n00b100 The perfect counterpoint to the deep and meditative NYE 2015 version, as the jam here is so gut-wrenchingly nasty that you'd think that you're on one of those carnival rides where they take you 100 feet up in the air and then let you free-fall drop to just above the ground. The first tipoff that Dick's 2016 was going to go directly for the gusto.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2015-12-31
n00b100 I was right!


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