Well, articulated thank you...
I enjoyed the Tweezer opening II, a longtime favorite spot in the set (the reason most likely why is 1997/12/06). As Tweezer leveled out it was nice to be surprised by a sound I haven't hear much from them, this type of lightly almost tribal sound? It brought me to an experience, their debut of mind left the body at UIC 94. I was immediately aware of the Bowie jam intro going sideways, very lucky to be present at that wonderful Bowie moment, very familiar and always playing GD 1974 mlbjams on tape at the time. Then oddly enough the last Grateful Dead performance of the MLBJ was 1993/03/10 in Rosemont (very intense Corrina> MLBJ). This is the light train rollin' sound I'm speaking of. I remember thinking how odd that they both covered it in Chicago, in about a year of another. Wonderful thunderous very much like hearing GDTRFB groove into NFA on that beautiful train, the edge of that sound and energy. This type jamming in this rather nice to hear in Tweezer's free zone outro jam...Building into the intro of Golden Age seems it may be a jam they're playing with. Whatever it is, I love it! Snuck in a few Gems last night TGIF!
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