, attached to 2008-08-10

Review by muchado

muchado This was Trey's second electric show back since taking pretty much the whole year off of 2007. The previous show in Williamsburg,NY debuted a handful of new originals including: "Light", "Gone", "Greyhound Rising", and "Valentine" amongst "Backward Down the Number Line", "Alaska" and "Peggy". This was a festival set short and sweet. This festival lasted for one more year and then folded. If you were a performer here you would have a perfect view of The Statue of Liberty, hence Liberty State Park.

After Trey's set he sat in on electric guitar with Jack Johnson for Jack Johnson's "Mud Football" and another song I can't remember.

Show was good. This version TAB was billed as Classic TAB and was just a four piece: no horns just drums, bass, keys, and guitar, presumably in preparation of the impending Phish reunion early next year.

No recording ever surfaced from this set, just a sbd on Trey's site for "Gotta Jiboo".


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