Tuesday, June 22, 2010
official show poster by Nate Duval
Set One: Lit O Bit^, Camel Walk, Possum, Divided Sky, Dirt, Sample in a Jar, Kill Devil Falls, Dr. Gable^^, Run Like An Antelope
Set Two: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Sneaking Sally Thru The Alley* -> Light > 46 Days > Limb by Limb, Golgi Apparatus, Slave to the Traffic Light, Loving Cup
Encore: First Tube
^“Lit O Bit” by Rita Clarke and The Naturals, first time played
^^original, first time played
* with vocal jam
[setlist source: phish.net]
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Lit O Bit
Sneakin' Sally Thru The Alley
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The hottest discussion in the community these days has centered around Trey’s refined use of the whammy bar of 2010, better known on internet message boards as “the whale.” As Trey hones his use of this tone, he has forged one of the building blocks of the band’s summer sound. Offering understated, bending notes rather than linear lead lines at the onset of jams, Trey has allowed Mike to lay down the foundation for improv. Dictating the course of jams more than ever, Mike’s dynamic playing has been front and center since Chicago’s opening night. Often leaving “the whale” by the second half of jams, Trey has had no shortage of dizzying peaks and six-string slaughterings. With more precision than we’ve seen from Trey in years, he and Mike have been leading the band as a two-headed monster. Though some may think Trey is overusing his new tone, just go back in history and look at each time he obsessively adopts a new tactic into his arsenal; as they say, practice makes perfect.
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