12/28/12 was the real deal. Probably the best show of that run.I remember being on the floor, Page side close to the rail, as the lights dropped for this show and looking around thinking this floor is empty. Obviously it filled up though I think it took two or three songs to do so as the garden was in the midst of its renovations and what used to be familiar territory was now uncharted territory. It through many, including myself, for a loop.
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