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ucpete @ucpete said:
Nice work as always Chris. Especially love the "CTYL" story – so much synchronicity [sic] with this band and fan base; sometimes it's hard to explain, and in most realms people wouldn't ever believe such a story. Quintessential Phishiness indeed.

I love that your recapitulation of last night ends with "Melt," rather than the throwaway "Julius" tacked on. I prefer your version of events.
Speaking of synchronicity, imagine my surprise last night at Terrapin Crossroads, when, while I was thinking about Chris's CTYL story and my own similar "that's a funny coincidence" / "are they reading my mind??" / "GET OUT OF MY HEAD!" moments, Chris Robinson Brotherhood kicked off a trio of Otis Redding songs, culminating in none other than "Can't Turn You Loose":

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My face when Adam started the riff on keys:

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