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NigelTufnel The difference between Star Lake and SPAC III is that they connected in Star Lake the way we dream about. So many ideas flowing from each member, they latch on, move on, latch on, without hitting a bad note if they tried. Absolutely floating. I find the Light and Piper from SPAC III to be almost workmanlike...they shred for 95% of it while trying to reach that transcendent plane. In my humble opinion, I didn't feel like they got there. Star Lake Mike's Groove is one of the all time why-I-listen-to-Phish in-a-nutshell sequences. No massive jam, but they were connected ala 8/5/11, 11/17/97, you name it. It doesn't get better than that.


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