Going to ask for some bustouts and the songs that I've been missing after 20 shows there are still a few songs that I have not heard live still have yet to hear Jesus left Chicago the squirming coil has still eluded me and I'm still waiting for discern I love the song discern and they don't you want to go first ever since 1995 would be nice as a blue grass / gospel tune tube top flop and it makes no difference from trays solo band as far as like 80's covers I'd love to hear another mirror in the bathroom teas in between chalk dust or some high-energy tube been thinking about to recently that makes me think about tube and Tube this guy wrote a post about it and how the 2003 and for was lackluster because Trey was on drugs which is absolutely true but for some reason certain songs actually sounded better when he was high on heroin bathtub gin in the bathtub gin in 2003 on the winter tour was freaking amazing and the tubes the one both at my second show where his hotel almost burned down and the show in 2004 at Alpine are no not Alpine at Noblesville I think it opened the second set I want to say just as it did in Cincinnati for me I like really long tubes really long 7 belows really long bathtub Gins really long golden age anything where they have a chance to explore different kinds of jamming and that requires a minimum of 20 minute jamming yam is a perfect example of a song I like that still has parts and still fits with new in the orchestral Style but it only has the Jam at the end with the bass jam after they do the as soon as they're done with the trampolines that part is the best part of course but I like all the rest of it where a songs like Divided Sky and stash I think could be much better if they had a Jam part stash has a jam in the 1995 version in Orlando I want to say and the one in Toronto but stash only works if you go into the 20-minute range and Divided Sky.........alright well that was something
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