When a jam occurs off a cover, they tend to seperate the tracks because of royalties. The longer the track the more they have to pay so they offset that by making it a seperate track and calling it "jam". They can only do this when the jam has veered enough away from the recognizable melody and structure of the song.I know it. That's why I said "no matter what the reason."
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