This show was a one-set opener for Santana at the Nice Jazz Festival.
Debut Years (Average: 1991)

This show was part of the "1996 Summer European Tour"

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, attached to 1996-07-18

Review by Mikesgroover

Mikesgroover The fact that this show took place at a jazz festival may have inspired the band to up their performance. The Stash is a nice example of exploration compressed into a 9-minute version, with a fast-paced, jam segment highlighted by Trey's staccato leads.

Trey introduces Hello My Baby as a song from the "gay 90s" and says "Yes, we're happy to be back in the gay 90s"

The YEM is standard.
, attached to 1996-07-18

Review by DaReba

DaReba This Julius is worth a listen for the energy and sharp , fun playing demonstrated by the whole band
CTAB is a nice tune. into another nice tune , Bouncing. I'm sure the guys were just enjoying the atmosphere for these two songs.
by the time Trey nicely segues into Stash!!! you know they are ready to stretch out a little.
This they do. Page and Fish are tremendous. Trey doesn't noodle. A straight attack with definite themes throughout . They are in full flight from the beginnng. The payoffs are many. Must listen!!!
Nice intro by trey to Hello My Baby. A curious reference to the "gay 90's" ? lol
Tight YEM
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Trey Anastasio and the Scorchio Quintet: November 18, 2010
7 years ago
Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University

Set 1: Love is Freedom[1], Water in the Sky[1], Summer of '89[1], Divided Sky[1], Greyhound Rising[1], Bar 17[2], Gone[2], Brian and Robert[1], Stash[1], Flock of Words[3], Strange Design[4], Wolfman's Brother[2]

Encore: Julie[5], Let Me Lie[2]

[1] Trey on acoustic.
[2] Trey on grand piano.
[3] Trey on acoustic; Leah Coloff on additional vocals.
[4] Trey on acoustic; Tom Marshall on additional vocals.
[5] Debut. Trey on grand piano.

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