I personally like that Phish fans have different opinions. Sometimes "groupthink" takes over after too long. Some of us would much rather see a 20-minute "Disease" than the "Antelope/Jim/Makisupa" antics, while others want to see a show filled with perfectly played short-and-concise songs. I love reading different takes on the same show as it helps me appreciate some aspects that might not have hit me upon attending/watching/listening.Excellent comment.
Regardless, thanks for sharing your viewpoint.
- Mean Mr "Extra Mustard"
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