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Stormin @waxbanks wrote: "His commitment to honesty and creative integrity is tinged with something like mania—witness the scene at Chris’s memorial concert, as Trey processes his grief with words that are both beautifully loving and, in their unguarded intensity, almost ugly. I idolize Trey Anastasio, but seeing the film brought home for me, more viscerally than ever before, what it might be like to live with his addictions (to music, to intense experience, to that relentless onrush of expression)…"

Think "Amatreus"...there are no very stable geniuses. Don't believe what you might have read/heard.

A very thoughtful and on-the-money review. A little fretty or broody in spots, perhaps. Cheer up! Life's a weird trip for eveyone, not just rock stars. We all move through stormy weather, and no one can change the mistakes or the losses of the past. But few people are as well-equipped and poised to change the future for the better, to DO better, than happy life camper Trey Anastasio is these days. It's exciting, instructive, and somewhat miraculous. Rock on, Amatreus! Love and coffee will carry us through. 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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