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It's Only Fair

Just following up on the U2 story briefly to say that, over the course of the two shows, there were deep valleys of disappointment that I may write further about, and there were a precious few moments of the really good stuff, and the time with Josh was perfect all around.

Here's the musical moment that will stay with me when the others have faded. I screamed so loud and shook it so hard, and it seems like it got to them as well. This song is maybe what caused me to fall in love with them more than any other, initially. The whole Live At Red Rocks record was my real introduction to them, in many ways.

Listen for the sneaky birthday shout-out to Pete Townsend.

I'm such a rock nerd and I love it.


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