A Wondrous Glow

8.19.2012 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (Ken Scelfo)

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797 Responses to “A Wondrous Glow”

  1. tela'smuff Says:

    i would say i’ve seen deep south Phish, but no way New Orleans counts as deep south.

    gonna spin this Tweez. been getting texts about it for two days.

  2. Lycanthropist Says:

    New Orleans doesn’t count for deep south, this is true.

  3. Leo Weaver Says:

    xanax’d tweeze. Noticing lots of things a little more slowed down. Seems like the LBC Ghost was pretty slow too.

  4. Lycanthropist Says:

    Would say that Atlanta barely qualifies.

  5. angryjoggerz Says:

    I’d really like to see the band take Free out for a major ride, second set opener style. It deserves it.

  6. RedRedWorm Says:

    @MiA, that is RICH. That venue did have have a “Lanceot”feel though, so who knows. . Can’t get enough of this Tweezer.

    Don’t sleep on the KC Stash.

  7. dognamedwilson Says:

    ^would argue that

  8. RedRedWorm Says:

    Lancelot*

  9. dognamedwilson Says:

    (re: Atl)

  10. Kaveh Says:

    Anyone have a code from Wed to share? For files to share? Thanks.

  11. SillyWilly Says:

    I understood, MiA!

    And, it’s too broad to say “I love this country X” because a country is obviously made up of so many things.

    Specifically, I love modern/post-modern French art and cultural theory/philosophy.

    Sartre, de Beauvoir, Camus (who by the way was a French resistance spy, and I always thought that made his ideas more credible for some reason)

    Derrida, Foucault, Baudrillard, Lyotard, Lacan, Deleuze, Guattari

    Irigaray, Kristeva

    Samuel Beckett

    love their ideas.

  12. Kaveh Says:

    Just saw this; enjoy:

    http://www.glidemagazine.com/hiddentrack/full-show-friday-bob-marley-and-the-wailers-1979/

  13. Lycanthropist Says:

    @dog

    i mean Atlanta does qualify,but after the Olympics in 96 it kinda swelled into a big enough city to lose its true country southern stle.

    In no way is ATL in the “deep south” like Hot Coffee, MS or Pelham, AL or even Vicksburg, MS.

  14. Kaveh Says:

    Any chance of a Tweezer Reprise opener tonight?

  15. Leo Weaver Says:

    NoLa is its own. North Florida is the deep south, but the rest isn’t IMO. Atlanta is deep south, but is trending away from some of those conventions due to the melting pot nature…same with Charlotte which is a blue raft in a sea of red. Generally speaking…

  16. tela'smuff Says:

    excited to hear this Stash. been waiting for it to do something interesting, other than the AC’10 version.

  17. Leo Weaver Says:

    That’s right re: Atlanta @lycan. But its roots ARE deep south in every way. And it’s not a long drive outta town to see those roots.

  18. Lycanthropist Says:

    true @leo

    as i said it def qualifies.

    you are right though it has become a melting pot city

  19. gavinsdad Says:

    @lycan – nope…i’m done for the summer but hopefully not for the year. AC, JB1 and SF…really grateful for the experiences.

    @AJ – i also think Free needs to get it…thought it might in SF…well played but not fully deconstructed in that ’97 way.

  20. Beaten Worker Says:

    I am managing some construction at the ATL airport and just saw a big crew of fans at baggage claim, blasting tunes from a portable boombox. Love it! Can’t wait for these next 2 weekends

  21. butter Says:

    Isn’t this 3.0 experiment fun!!

    Can’t believe how good the music has gotten

  22. butter Says:

    Leo – get u some this weekend!!

  23. IrieWalton Says:

    Attention ATL passengers is there a Guy Forget in baggage claim? If so, please meet your party at carousel Liquid Time!

  24. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    only deep south show I could concievably count is Boone, NC fall 94, assuming you southern folk would consider that deep enough 😎

  25. MiA Says:

    Charleston is my favorite “southern” city. So beautiful.

    SW, French philosophy is really interesting. Bright minds for sure.

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