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Jerry Vs. Trey: An Analysis

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Hey, I'm in high school and I really dig Phish. But I've got a problem. Can any of you guys help me with this: My dad was a serious Deadhead. He saw the Dead from like 79 to 95, and he says I was conceived on the banks of the Hudson River after some great show... he says he and my mom were inspired by the Scarlet that night to get their groove on, or something. So anyways, when I was a baby and a little kid and stuff, I guess I went to a lot of Dead shows... a lot of the time we would snag a good spot, and then when the acid would kick in Mom and Dad would sort of space out and I met the coolest people when I got to go off on my own. So I have nothing against the Dead at all, I loved Dead shows! "There is nothing in the world like a Grateful Dead concert", those bumper stickers said it right, lol.But I also love Phish. When I was 10 dad wanted to check out this new band, so we went and saw the boys at Red Rocks. Man I dug it so hardcore. So now I'm all into Phish and I even went to Big Cypress with some older kids from school who had this car that we slept in. My parents didn't know about that one till after I left, lol, but they were cool with it. They know they did the same thing. So here's my problem, I'm totally nuts about Trey. I think his playing blows my fucking mind, the way he does all that shit in YEM and Tweezer and First Tube, holy shit Jerry Garcia could never do THAT. But when I'm listening to Phish and my dad's like "cool tunes who is this" and I tell him its Vermonts Phinest, he's always like "That Trey is no match for Captain Trips, the fat man could play like anything" and I'm like, well dad, dead shows were cool and all but I don't think Garcia is in the same league as my boy Trey.That's when the problems start. If my dad's had a lot of acid that night, like if its a weekend or he doesnt have to go to work too early the next morning, he gets all crazy and he'll do anything to prove...

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