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waxbanks @PhishMarketStew said:
whats always been most interesting to me about it was how the lives of the band members seemed to completely clash and fuse with the music in a really rare way, albeit a train wreck sorta way. So I guess Coventrys always piqued my interest in more of a sociological sorta way. It seemed like the boys were finally unable to keep the 2 sides of their lives separate and the result, while not very good sonically, was pretty telling in alot of other ways.
Yeah, this is why I come back to the Wading/Split from time to time. Trey's Wading solo is absolutely heartbreaking - the whole band is scrambling, fighting desperately for air even at the ocean floor. Amazing. 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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