A Wondrous Glow

8.19.2012 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (Ken Scelfo)

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797 Responses to “A Wondrous Glow”

  1. Leo Weaver Says:

    Done and done butter! See ya in Denver in a week!

  2. IrieWalton Says:

    Actually had something like that happen last year in DIA following Dick’s on Monday morning where folks were asking to have them page Guy Forget, Trey, Page, and Mike.

    To most folks in the airport this went right over their heads, but for those in the know glances and smiles were spontaneously shared.

  3. tela'smuff Says:

    damn. this KC Tweezer for sure ties the Dicks Tweez as my favorite of 3.0

  4. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Tomorrow will be the southern most Phish I’ve seen since Desert Sky ’97.

  5. SillyWilly Says:

    we’re always talking about a hot Gumbo

    but tonight’s as close as we’re getting to Cajun country

    might as well do it.

  6. ThePigSong Says:

    Whaddup Beaten Worker.

    ::waves down the concourse::

  7. MiA Says:

    This KC Tweezer is everything I loved about late 90’s Phish.

    There is no shrediness to it, no whale, no psychedelia, just great soaring melody.

    I’m thinking this just knocked Dick’s Tweezer off of my “best Tweezer of 3.0” list.

  8. Kaveh Says:

    YES…Denver in a week!

  9. MiA Says:

    Exactly Telas. Wrote mine without reading yours

  10. kayatosh Says:

    lovin this starlight show. like miner said, press play. great top to bottom. the weekapaug is so laid back and juicy. rainbow flow trey. $$$. this show has just the feel i like.

  11. Leo Weaver Says:

    yeah, I’d say Boone qualifies…pretty deep in the valley up there, locals have a thick southern mountainy drawl.

    Love Chucktown as a city MiA. We lived there for a year+. Great to visit, not as great to reside in. It’s the high end version of everything southern…so prahpah and genteel on the surface. I consider it one of the “great american cities.” (purely from a city-building and planning perspective).

  12. dognamedwilson Says:

    Awesome @bw, love that shit. You should put up a big ads welcome sign for the guys. Who was it here that tried that? Fun days on the board.


    Mostly agree on Atl as melting pot. I continue to be surprised, though, by just how pervasive old south conservatism still is here in spite of all the transplants the last 2 decades. State still has to submit redistricting plans to DoJ and with good reason.

    Can’t really speak for the inner city tho (where’s @piggy?). Phish and the Braves are about the only thing I’ll turn out for anymore.

  13. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Charleston is great. Beaufort , SC is a hidden gem as well.

  14. kayatosh Says:

    mike’s meatball tone in hood — $$$.

    dang phish is good. makes me want to sneak in another show or two.

  15. dognamedwilson Says:

    ::waves down the concourse::

    ^there he is!

  16. gavinsdad Says:

    i also think it’s time for a big boy Gumbo. i mean seriously…take that one OUT

  17. Leo Weaver Says:

    Beaufort is a helluva gem. Beautiful town on the water.

  18. MiA Says:

    Yeah Leo, I love good city planning and architecture. Living there could be completely different.

  19. Leo Weaver Says:

    Yeah @gdad, like the ’99 version of Gumbo from Lakewood…I think that was the big one.

  20. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    got the Uncle Leo Deep South Seal of Approval ™
    I feel loved.

  21. tela'smuff Says:

    i was going to use “soaring” as my description. i could listen to jams like this for a whole set.

  22. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    Sheryl left Lance because she liked it balls deep, and well Lance couldn’t go plural on her, er in her.

    So he took his ball and went home.
    Kids playing at the park these days call it the Armstrong for that reason.

  23. Leo Weaver Says:

    If you ever get back there @MiA, take one of the architecture carriage tours. The hosts are usually students working on their Historic Preservation grad degrees at CoC. Great info and history. I worked for a guy doing garden design for the really nice houses, was a great great experience. Pretty crazy what the construction crews would dig up…

  24. kayatosh Says:

    how about an On Your Way Down (south) bustout?

    do it.

  25. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    Geographically speaking, palmer, they are litereally within minutes of each other in latitude.

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