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paulj There are very few observations here (nine) which is why I made no comments regarding statistical significance. Instead, as with most empirical work, the data allow us to document what we already know: Phish gets better as a tour goes on, and shows near the end of a tour (if not necessarily the tour closer) tend to be strong. Phish need to play together for a while before they can summon forth the magic.

Musically speaking, 2019 may not have been my favorite Dick's run, but the jamming was super solid throughout the weekend. Phish did their job well, although they didn't match the heights of previous years. That said, it's Phish@Dick's, so we got to stay with friends for the weekend, catch up with the Lot G Kansas/Iowa/Colorado crew we pre-game with every year, and I managed to talk a (nice) Adams City police officer out of busting me for public urination in Lot H. So, all in all, A GREAT RUN!


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