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  posted on 10/22/2017 at 01:41 AM
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Good point about the Derek/Jimmy Mountain Jams. Maybe 9/23/2000 is the appropriate comparison, always loved that one.

By the way, a good recording of this has shown up on Archive.org. We have all enjoyed watching the video, but for pure sound quality, this is light years ahead. Go ahead and wrap your ears around this, it's like hearing it for the first time....

https://archive.org/details/tedeschi.trucks.band2017-10-14.mk4v.flac16/Tede schiTrucksBand-21-MountainJamwEncoreBreak.flac




Thank you so much for pointing this out. unreal sound, so pure like you said. this is a treasure, especially how you can really hear the harmonies between Derek and Trey so much better with this recording. Blew me away even after hearing this show many times already. thx again, brother.

 

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  posted on 10/22/2017 at 08:00 AM
This was awesome

I don’t remember of any versions without Duane that had the “lullaby” section at the end, but I haven’t heard all of the Derek - Jimmy versions or the older Derek - Warren versions
Did they ever play it?

 

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  posted on 10/26/2017 at 05:46 PM
I promise I'll stop obsessing over this eventually, but I just wanted to throw in one more compliment to this fantastic version. In a word: Dynamics.

There are several times in this version where the band is in full peak frenzy, then dials it all the way back down to zero. Then they climb the mountain again, rinse and repeat, etc.

It's a simple trick, really, but so few bands really use it to its full potential. Derek has always had a good grasp of the important of space, of knowing when not to play. TTB has gotten very tight and intuitive about following Derek's lead, but I was impressed to see how well Trey followed along.

That mind-blowing peak around the 26 minute mark just doesn't have that OOMPH without the fact that it rises out of a relatively quiet section. The whole 5 minutes or so from minutes 22-27 is like a great musical roller coaster, and I never want to get off!




 
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  posted on 10/27/2017 at 11:47 PM
Ok, I finally had the chance to watch. A half hour video is a commitment!!

Well worth it. Epic. I have huge respect for Trey listening so intently to Derek and playing off Derek perfectly. Good ears, very sympathetic playing. Communication.

It may be the longest TTB song I've seen. Does TTB do Mtn Jam or half hour songs much? I've seen them do epics, 15-18 minutes, but often medleys.

 

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  posted on 10/28/2017 at 12:07 PM
can't stop listening to this either - finally watched the entire thing


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Does TTB do Mtn Jam or half hour songs much?

I'm pretty sure this was the 1st time for both

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That mind-blowing peak around the 26 minute mark just doesn't have that OOMPH without the fact that it rises out of a relatively quiet section. The whole 5 minutes or so from minutes 22-27 is like a great musical roller coaster, and I never want to get off!


agreed - I would extend that to the end of the bass solo to the end of the tune.

The part I was referring to in my last post begins around 27:00 on the vid. Duane did that section - I haven't heard it since.

mind blowing

edit to add - this makes me LOL when I think about the story when Gregg asks "who's the f-n Phish fan?"

[Edited on 10/28/2017 by stormyrider]

 

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