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Trey Anastasio 05/15/99
Palace Theatre, Albany, NY
Set I
(46 min): Minestrone, Get Back on the Train, Farmhouse, Kissed by Mist*, Beauty of My Dreams, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Snowflakes in the Sand, Possum**, Billy Breathes***, You'll Know My Name****
Set II
(1:35): Heavy Things, First Tube, Windora Bug, Free Thought^, Gotta Jiboo, Bell Bottom Blues, Sand^^ -> Drum Duel^^^, Come On (Part I)
E: The Wind Cries Mary, Ooh Child
* - Dedicated to Julia Butterfly Hill, with her story told
** - During the part at the end where "posuuuuum" is sung three times, the audience filled in the last two parts. Trey held the last chord much longer than usual. At one point, he let go of the chord, leaned down and picked up his beer for a drink while strumming with the other hand while the audience tried to hold the note.
*** - Trey on piano
**** - Trey introduces this as his and Tom's "drunken country tune" and hopes that someone in the audience will understand it
^ - instrumental jam stopped and re-started a few times. During the middle of the song, Trey introduces Tony and Russ and then introduces himself as the "Bad Lieutenant" on guitar. He then asked how many people are going to Oswego this summer. After the HUGE response, he says, "It's gonna be cool!" and gave his seal of approval
^^ - Included a digital delay loop as well as Trey on keyboards. Before "Sand," Trey played a "techno rave jam" on the keyboard during which Tony commented that Trey was practicing for his other job as a DJ.
^^^ - With Trey on 2nd drum kit (full size kit, same size as the kit Russ plays, possibly perceived as smaller because its not on a drum riser)
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