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mgolia6 Thanks for the solid write up. Sitting amidst the dogs on the comfort and coziness of my central Alabama couch I was amazed at how locked in a webcast could make me. Possibly more locked in then those who attended. I missed the miss step you speak of between Trey and Page. While I enjoyed the historical context with which you placed this show and felt that you hit the nail on the head when you identified that it was its own show, alas you made mention that it might not stand up to others in its stead...nonetheless tonight I heard multiple musical allusions to the dead it was quite telling. Also the straight timber segment in Hood ruminated in the garden for a few minutes before that 2 minute sustained note resonated across the airwaves. My dog was licking its paws wondering how they could be so sore from dancing when the show was over a thousand miles away.

And those lights rigged to the top of the garden wtf! I wanted for just a moment to tune down the music and watch as lights played the audience and the circle of heaven and hell rotated around the garden floor sans music. Sacrilege for sure.

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