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Piper72 Another great review. You had me at "bounce stroke" and "whole-tone modal". Love it when musicians review and decode the magic.

The claps in Golden Age? Four fits the best as I've been doing, after both "Clap your hands" lines: "Clap your hands" (clap cla-clap clap) "if you think..." For you musicians: For a measure of 4 beats, if the word "Clap" is on the one (in a measure of 4), then the first clap would be an eighth note on the "and" before 3, the next two would be 16th notes on 3 and the 16th after (3 e), and the last an eighth note on the 16th spot right before 4. Clap cla-clap clap. It fit's right in with Fishman's accents.
I know that's a convoluted way to explain, sorry but being a drummer lots of things make sense to me that I can't explain well. For those this works for, go for it, otherwise clap one or three or don't - but enjoy just the same! is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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