There is only one full pro-shot video show available in the Archives from Phish's Summer 1998 tour. On August 11 tehy Vemont quartet performed at the Star Lake Amphitheatre in Burgettstown, PA. Now available as the Star Lake 98 2DVD -set (an audio only version can purchased through LivePhish.com) viewers can get up close to the band who are obviously enjoying themselves.
The show at Star Lake was an exceptionally good one, but it was the first time (and last) that they kicked things off with Bob Marley's Trenchtown Rock. They dug out Little Feat's Time Loves a Hero for the first time since 1988. Set II opener Runaway Jim is a monster with a big explorative jam, lasting at 35:08, with guitar player Trey Anastasio throwing in a snippet of the West Side Story classic Maria.
Reba take sometime to settle into a groove, the band struggling a the start of the composed section. The Sloth sound a bit rushed, but they make up for it with an in-your-face Ginseng Sullivan and a deep Maze. Bittersweet Motel gets the biggest cheer from the crowd thanks to the "halfway between Erie and Pittsburgh" in the lyrics.
The trouble with archival releases using screen feed coverage his that the camera is quite often still lingering on a band member while another is taking a solo, until the director wakes up to find that the action has moved on.
 Maria (West Side Story) tease.