, attached to 2012-08-22

Review by BobbyH

BobbyH Long time, first time. What an imtimate amphitheatre Starlight is holding 7500 peep capacity. It can be summed up as cozy. It felt as if the boys were rubbing shoulders with you as they twisted and turned thier way through humid KC night. The setlist completely disregarded the 3 night SF runs history. Anything went and boy did it went! This was a smoker from start to finish and I am strictly basing that on how they played, not what they played. Flawless? Pretty much. It reminded me of Alpine 7/8/00 in that regard. No runs, no drips, no errors and lots of jammin. After the Weekapaug it seemed they had one more (Suzy G) song to end the set. However Trey got the attention of Mike and with his index finger straight up gave notice that he wanted one more and there was, HH. After reappearing for the encore it was so very obvious Trey was having an extremely goo time. While the Loving Cup ran over with individuals in the crowd Trey nodded, pointed and shook his bones enticing more encouragement. This fed his fingers while tearing through the Tweezer Reprise. I feel Phish and the crowd were one on this night which makes for a great show. Give it a listen and you'll have a blast. I, 7499 others and Phish did. FYI this is my first post to this site. I have been a long time Phish Phan dating back to 1994. God how time phlies.


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