Remember when Bobby walked up to the mic and couldn't think of what verse to sing, and rather than flub it, just took 'em around the progression until he got his bearings?--during which time he made up for the completely understandable lyrical lapse with some killer guitar work.
Also want opinions on a question about Rider's lyrics (perhaps addressed already): How have people reacted to Furthur's understated "wish I was a headlight" line? I'm so trained to hear Jerry and the band explode after the second time he said that, but Furthur has done something quite unique with it by toning it down and having everyone sing it. An homage to Jerry? A moment of reverence and remembrance? Any thoughts on the philosophy behind that change?