, attached to 2013-07-14

Review by timrpow

timrpow There's something about the "It's Ice" in this 1st set that made me stop and appreciate the moment of just being at a show. The funky little chunk around the 5:05 mark when Page decides to keep dancing on his Hammond Organ rather than let it slowly swell like he usually does during this section of the song. Picking up on the scent of funk in the air (after the mule smell had cleared), Trey decides to add some staccato chops while simultaneously Fish lays down a wood block rhythm to keep the section incredibly fresh and different than any other It's Ice I've ever heard. Finally Mike comes in with some bombs and they've turned a song that I've experienced live about a dozen or so times into something completely different, amazing, and wonderful. Obviously this show is great for a number of other songs as well but for me, this is where it's at.


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