I watched with a buddy from the comfort of a movie theater in South Philly. We all went to the Camden show, but didn't make the trek north. That was a hell of an experience. Just incredible. I specifically remember FEFY and how I got extremely teary during it. What a surreal show. Great write up - thank you so much for that. I'll be listening today and tomorrow.Did the same thing, although my brother and I only watched Saturday, as we drove back to Pittsburgh on Sunday. My sister was at Penn at the time, and we had a good "last show" together at Camden. We needed at least that . . .
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