@metawhy said:I hadn't listened to that jam in forever so I took it for a whirl! Most excellent. That was a fun month. I was just getting into Phish around then and was going to school 20 minutes from Hampton. Had a friend who went to that Hampton run and another that caught the D.C. show. If only they played Phish on the radio and maybe I could have hit the ground running a lot sooner.9-18-00 Halley's CometNot sure this is correct, but today is the legal drinking age anniversary of my favorite Halley's ever; a jam I consider to be top 10 all time
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