As for me I am very impressed with the work the boys did this weekend. Their playing was sharp, focused (is that redundant?), and inventive.This is all accurate.
While last year's Dick's run seemed rather flat at times and a step down from the peak of late summer during the Gorge, Tahoe and Bill Graham shows, this year's version was not a step down at all but really capped the tour wonderfully.
I feel like a little kid in Willy Wonkaland......I can't afford to download all the shows I want to own these last two years. The band is enjoying a true renaissance.
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