Now a year into its reunion phase, Phish sounded smoother and more confident than it did last August at the same venue. The band's communication appeared effortless. Transitions arrived naturally. And while the stage lights moved more during one song than all the members did over the course of the 160-minute show, vocalist/guitarist Trey Anastasio and bassist/vocalist Mike Gordon occasionally got caught in the grooves and broke free of their fixed positions. Anastasio, a diehard Philadelphia Flyers fan, even congratulated the Blackhawks on their championship. However limited, Phish's level of interaction with the crowd exceeded that of previous trips.
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Photo courtesy of Justin Wendt
Set One: Down with Disease, Wolfman’s Brother, Possum, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Reba, Jesus Just Left Chicago, The Divided Sky, Golgi Apparatus, David Bowie
Set Two: Light -> Maze, Ghost -> Limb By Limb, Prince Caspian, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Run Like an Antelope, Show of Life
Encore: Cavern > Julius
Story of the Ghost
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