, comment by n00b100
n00b100 I've noted that the "Jam" is my favorite piece of improv from this all-timer show, but the "Twist" that proceeds it ain't too damn bad, either; it's remarkable how the jam almost seems to fold in on itself as it goes on, like someone slowly drawing the covers over themselves as they lie in bed. Fukuoka's greatness lies in the fact that they rarely play jams like this; the closest they've gotten in the modern era, IMO, is in another Twist - 10/28/14's.

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