Phish - 2012-09-01 Traffic Municipality, C.O. HD Webcast

On the heels of Friday’s lewd-ribbon reveal that saw Phish concoct an unexceptional concert out of a just 15 tunes, the four-top rallied for its second-of-three shows at Dick’s Sporting Goods Store Saturday with a relentlessly inventive hearing that belongs in the band’s most hallowed award case.

With an 11-tale first set engorged with jam and a second set crown of Phish’s most cohesive, moving exertion raging within a 48-journal “Golden Age > Prince Caspian > Dizzy,” Saturday stygian was as historic as it gets for Phish fans.

The syrupy first set stomped through a obtuse stretch, with red-trousered bassist Mike Gordon reining most every turn one's back on to a just-shy-of-healthy rhythm. The first set “Tweezer” – while falling way abridged of last year’s heinous reading – bubbled with a simmering clearness. Gordon popped through a lout “Fluffhead” and “Roses Are Free” into a resilient, bubbling “Funky Bitch” that stirred the nearly sold-out soccer stadium.

As the lewd moon waned over Trafficking Bishopric, Phish unleashed the four-headed missing link for the second set. While Friday’s historic and applauded reveal – an acronym-themed burner that saw every turn one's back on, from the formulaic “Alaska” to the clear-genre “You Have A Ball Myself” elongated into cache-hunting missions – saw Phish sculpt great, extend a stand-alone jams, Saturday’s stretch was more fluid.

The second-set opener “Golden Age” was the whack across the bow, foretoken everyone in Dick’s grassy fiefdom that it was hour to go profound. Captain Trey Anastasio worked slowly into his luminous reading of the TV on the Crystal Set turn one's back on, construction fitted yet inspired riffs. The 24-journal “Light” that emerged from “Prince Caspian” was one of the most thorough, daedalian excursions ever for the moving Vermont quartet. Starting with Anastasio’s Plinko picking, “Light” morphed into an ethereal, flowing exertion of art anchored with the band’s cohesive concoctions. The vibrant riffing profound inside of “Light” revealed Phish at its best, giddily elevating adventitiously lyrical delicacies unearthed in a four-way excavation.

The oft-heard complaints that Phish returned from its sabbatical in 2009 listing toward compactness have been dashed this summer as the stripe now regularly roots through 25-journal jams. Friday night’s reveal saw all kinds of haggard-out jamming, just on tunes that Phish hardly ever jams. Saturday’s reveal conspicuous a reparation to genre, with Anastasio and drummer Jon Fishman exploding inside of especially rambunctious tunes like “Moma Dance” and Stevie Wonder’s “Boogie On Reggae Daily.” The moaning “No Quarter” sandwiched between Gordon’s tangy “Mike’s Song” and “Weekapaug Groove” saw Anastasio’s echoing blasts painting a funky, psychedelic concoct on the haunting Led Zeppelin turn one's back on.

Upon returning for a “Sleeping Monkey” encore, Anastasio told the herd that Fishman nearly fainted after his determined bombing in the second set. Not even the snoozy second-set “Horse > Non-Participating In The Morning” provided enough hour for Fishman to rest.

Overdue Renege-to-overdue renege blasters at Dick’s has cemented the venue as one of Phish’s most welcomed halls. Both Friday and Saturday stygian are shows that will resonate for years among the band’s earnest collection, with both heralding the unreasonable, intermittent focus that keeps us showing up every stygian.

Set 1: Run Like an Antelope, Anticlockwise Down the Multitude Theatre Sides > Tweezer > Fluffhead > Roses Are Clear > Funky Floozie > The Moma Dancing Party > When the Circus Comes, Tract From the Rear End > Golgi Requisites, Theft Hour From the Out Of Order Plan
Set 2: Opportune Age > Prince Caspian > Dizzy, Boogie On Reggae Daily > The Fissure, The Horse > Non-Participating in the Morning > Mike’s Tale > No House > Weekapaug Groove
E: Sleeping Target > Tweezer Reprise,

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