For the band to think that it’s going to be easy, or even possible, to recover that momentum from a bunch of 40-year-old hippies on their third Phish show in as many days borders on naive, if not downright ludicrous.I resemble this remark. Definitely reflects a wide set of the folks commenting here.
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