, attached to 2013-10-29

Review by Wampa3

Wampa3 Just popping in here to push for more recognition of the Twenty Years Later jam. Never thought much of this song before this show and my gawd is it good.

While I don't have much experience listening to many versions of this song, I've got to think that this one should be considered the quintessential performance thus far.

Also, and maybe I'm crazy, but towards the end of the jam (12:42), Trey breaks into a high chord strum somewhat out of nowhere and whenever I hear it, it sounds to me like it could have become a seamless transition into Free. While it's not the same chord that starts the song, it's the right key at the very least and I can't help but think that when I listen to this.


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