, attached to 2013-10-27

Review by lazylightning

lazylightning I really hate the jam chart for this Tweezer. Just because Trey is willing to take a back seat does not mean that this jam is "overrated". If you want guitar solos that are mistaken for jams, then I suggest you try the Allman Brothers. They've perfected that genre.

That said, the chart is partially correct. Trey does begin this jam beautifully. I am, however, missing the point at which this jam "flakes out" and "becomes aimless". When Trey begins the new theme at the 11 minute mark, Page runs with it. Around the 12 minute mark, Page switches to piano and begins a interchange with Trey that ultimately builds to an excellent soaring peak. Is it the "hose" that so many "phans" crave above all else? No. But if every jam is hose, what's the point, right?


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