, comment by coral_sand_below , attached to 2012-07-01
coral_sand_below This is a phenomenal version of Fee. The interplay is outstanding, particularly between Page and Trey. A very textured yet purposeful jam.
, comment by hdorne , attached to 2012-07-01
hdorne I'm delighted to see this selected as a key version. I was at the previous night's show and while its second set was start-to-finish excellent, it did not reach any peaks as high as this jam. It is absolutely gorgeous, and I would point critics of Trey's whammy pedal to the note he plays around the 9:20 mark. It gives me goosebumps every time I hear it. When properly used, that effect can take the emotion in a note or phrase to another level. A beautiful, blissful, soul-stirring jam.
, comment by The__Van , attached to 1999-07-08
The__Van I'm always amazed by the great '99 jams. They all feel like warm blankets.
, comment by newbornelph , attached to 1999-07-08
newbornelph THEE Fee...section starting around 10:15 (time on LB10) reminds me of the jam unleashed on 7/10 Camden in CDT. Fee doesn't quite reach the same euphoric bliss of that CDT IMO, but is a beauty in its own right nevertheless.


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