02/21/2001 The Orpheum - Boston, Massachusetts
Neumann Km140s > Luantec V2 > Sonic AD2K+>DAP1
taped and converted by Jeff Kushmerek ([email protected]
notes: non smooth transition from First Tube into Circles, but show is complete.
2. The Way I Feel#
3. Makes No Difference*
4. Burlap Sack and Pumps#
5. I Done Done It**
6. Push on Till the Day# >
7. Tube Top Wobble#$
8. Back on the Train+
9. Happiness in My Pants***
1. First Tube
3. Ooh Child
4. Sidewalks of San Francisco#$$
6. Noodle Rave Daddio$$
2. At the Barbecue#^^
3. At the Gazeebo#^^^
5. Acting the Devil#
6. Sunday Morning#
7. Windora Bug^$$$
8. Last Tube
# - First time played by Trey's band (original).
* - First time played (The Band cover).
** - First time played (Amos Milburn and His Aladdin Chickenshackers
$ - reggae instrumental
+ - Trey solo acoustic (then Tony and Russ came back out, and Trey
played 2 lines of Zappa's "Cosmic Debris" on the guitar, and said,
"that's a real poncho")
*** - First time played (Oysterhead song); Trey and Tony acoustic;
Tony spoke about Phish being nominated for the Grammys (which were
being presented that night).
$$ - instrumental
^ - with Trey on keys
^^ - horns only
^^^ - instrumental (horns, Trey acoustic, Tony string bass, no
drums); Trey explained that this is the follow-up to "At the Barbecue,"
and then introduced the horn section and Tony. Then he told of a
performance by Tony in 1983 (at Hunt's with Kilminjaro and Big Joe's
Unknown Blues Band, when Trey first visited UVM), and said Tony's
grooving was a major reason he chose to attend UVM. (Trey also said
that the next song was inspired by Captain Kevin with the 60-foot boat.)
^^^^ - Trey and Tony acoustic
$$$ - Followed by Tony introducing the band, and then Trey as the
guy who was crushed that they lost out to Metallica at the Grammy's
tonight; Tony also said that Boston is the richest musical city in the
world, and that the audience should support local clubs.
Trey had three acoustic guitars, and one electric (tannish, possibly
the new one).