A Wondrous Glow

8.19.2012 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (Ken Scelfo)

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797 Responses to “A Wondrous Glow”

  1. IrieWalton Says:


    250 strong getting down hard in a small room. JBLs blasting.

  2. Albert walker Says:

    Chillin man, OG wax and phish. Countin days til dicks.

  3. oldskool Says:

    Tweezer, Slave and Mike’s used to be my 3 favorite Phish tunes. Mike’s was a different song then…really crazy to me what has happened to that song

  4. kayatosh Says:

    a plus waste and a super slave. mike is a hero tonight.

  5. Albert walker Says:

    Poor mikes

  6. oldskool Says:

    it is a damn shame! mid 90’s Mike’s wants to take current MIke’s outback and kick its ass

  7. old man in a chair Says:

    You fuckers are making me laugh tonight (chairlock) and cry yesterday (talking about kids). Thank you all.

  8. plord Says:

    Hah. Duder jinxed himself asking them to shelve this one.

  9. oldskool Says:

    the rush of excitement the opening licks of that tune used to evoke in me where like nothing else

  10. gavinsdad Says:


  11. sumodie Says:

    I’ve requested a refund from lp, stream has been unwatchable since birds fired up. never had this severe a problem with webcasting before


  12. Albert walker Says:

    Yup. Kids alwayeah oping for the mikes drop. The groove was the shit back in the day.

    95 especially.

  13. Albert walker Says:

    Always hoping

    Bums me out mikes bums me out now

  14. kayatosh Says:

    they ripped that gxbx. page was feelin it.

  15. MiA Says:

    Page loves that song. Love to hear them drop Misty Mountain Hop again just to break it up too. Page rips that one also.

  16. Cable Hogue Says:

    Outstanding IMO.

    Big action in R&R and Sand. Thoughtful patient transitions all night. Smooth and groovin.

  17. gavinsdad Says:

    cable hogue – are you getting a bunch of shows in?

  18. sumodie Says:

    Dunno, maybe I did too many lines of Doritos tonight

    Hope those in Pelham felt IT

  19. kayatosh Says:

    outside of the RnR, which was exceptional (need to hear it again ASAP), this show earns an overall $$. fun, heartfelt, but somewhat bland. santana twist was ear catching; mike went higher life force during boogie on; and plus versions of waste, slave, and gxbx were worth the 15 bones. slave was especially poignant. but I dunno. where’s the beef? after RnR the imporv was over and this band seems to be primed to bring IT or at least work in a few lesser played tunes. sticking w/ tighter rotation ala the GD. perplexing.

    caveat: tuned in at DWD.

  20. kayatosh Says:

    growler tone sand was alright. cool outro.

  21. butter Says:

    Wow, my Internet kicked down set 2.

    Good Wow RnR > Boogie (missed Lizards, the only time my stream let down)

    Trey really just laid on the 2001 intro atop a super sick Boogie jam

    That was awkward.

    Slaves peak was sick.

  22. kayatosh Says:

    all that said, i very much like what this band is capable of and dig their professionalism. bringing great shows every night.

  23. Phishm0610 Says:

    I’m a little spun and loving it. I do have something I would like some advice on if at all possible. My 11 year old daughter got IT big time tonight and is going to bed with a glow like I’ve never seen.
    My question is, well, not sure. How do I explain it to her other then letting her know it’s pure love being played.

  24. voopa Says:

    Some good stuff in there, fun night.

  25. kayatosh Says:

    halley’s sounded locked in. lizards was a welcome nostalgia trip — the drum beat, the happy bass.

    vocals sounded great all night.

    mad respect for the quality shows they’re kicking out these days.

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