, attached to 2011-06-12

Review by mbk4380

mbk4380 In response to the criticisms about my post re: the sign selections being rigged, I'm not suggesting the band plants someone in the crowd with a sign. It could just as likely be that they pick a song, and then go out and find that sign (like first night in Alpharetta).

I sat right next to the sound/light boards the second night of MPP. Despite how awesome CK is, and I'm not criticizing you, he for the most part can run a program for many of the songs and watch the lights go. That was the case with the first songs each of the two nights in Maryland.

All I'm saying is that when the band takes the stage, and the place goes nuts, I don't think they're being as improvisational as you might otherwise believe. And, this approach would be consistent with Phish 3.0 - lots more songs per set, less jamming, more predictability. But still a lot of fun.


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