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DrJerryPunchYITE Wow really well said.
My personal tastes like this tour better than Summer '16 and 18' and the jams were at the level or above the best of '17.

I was happy Trey used less Leslie and whammy and Page focused more on his different piano's rather than spacey effects.
The highs were really high to me but parts of shows did feel disjointed at times (flow wise) and i do wish Trey would practice the composed portions of songs more as some felt extra sloppy this tour.

With that being said i'm thrilled to still be seeing these guys and will continue until they stop.

Walking out of alpine night 3 was the first time I've ever felt such a natural, communal high and it lasted for days.
I didn't re-listen to RW for a weeks after the show worrying that it wouldn't be as dynamic, effortless and overall (as Miner would say) musical satori... but it was and i was just blessed to be at the show that we all chase.

Funky and Noob, thanks for what you do on here its great stuff and i was a little let down that i didn't get your breakdown on the RW...i'm sure the pants came off!

Have a safe and great time at DIcks this weekend all, hopefully they play three shows that blow Alpine 3 out of the water!


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