@ucpete said:I have Ghost right behind Carini personally, with Tahoe1 and Alpha1 both doing things Ghost has never done before, at least in terms of the keys the band modulated to and the trajectories the jams took.- I think Carini is the MVP song to date – sure, the tour opening version didn’t go above and beyond, but the BGCA1 and Alpha1 versions are two of my favorite five jams this tour so far; and they’re completely different from one another taboot. In some ways – and bear with me here as this is a weird analogy – they remind me of the Prague Ghost and Christiania Ghost respectively. One is 15 minutes of hose so pure that the spigot broke clean off; the other is 20 minutes of multidimensional depth. I dunno.I also agree with you that Carini is the front runner for MVP thus far, but sneaking close behind would be 46 Days and Soul Planet with Piper and Sand possibly in contention. I personally loved the first Carini of the tour, though the next two have been killer!
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