The recent chatter about the Here Comes Sunshine and Dark Star sent me to the archive for a listen. Cleveland Public Hall is about 20 minutes away from where I live. Having completely missed its existence as a place for incredible shows, I’ve only been there for workish conferences in modern times. There’s something I love about this version of They Love Each Other. Couldn’t tell you what, but it connects with me more than other versions that I’ve heard. You know why you’re here, though: The Here Comes Sunshine is, as described previously, all kinds of jammy goodness. I’ll freely acknowledge that I haven’t listened extensively, but this Dark Star materializes from nothingness more than others that I’ve heard. They’re tuning, they’re noodling, and then, at some point, it becomes apparent that Dark Star has arrived. It’s mellow for a while. Phil is prominent, which is something I really love, in no small part because of his tone. Then, I’d say about a quarter of the way in, different sorts of things start to happen. Words won’t do. Or, maybe they will, and @SJR nailed it.