Covers of Professor Longhair’s “In the Wee Wee Hours,” Bob Dylan’s “Rainy Day Women #12 and 35” and Bob Marley’s “Mellow Mood” were TAB debuts, as were the Trey originals “Happy Coffee Song” and “Nothing But an ‘E’ Thing.” "Gotta Jibboo" contained "Burlap Sack and Pumps" teases. Trey performed “Guyute” solo acoustic. The “Happy Coffee Song” was dedicated to sound engineer Paul Languedoc. "At the Gazebo" also featured Trey acoustic.
Good show with some unlikely jam vehicles. First version of Gotta Jibboo with the sextet sounds good. Very jazzy feel to it compared to versions with the trio and this one features a full band Burlap Sacks and Pumps tease. Sand follows the format of the previous night's version. Drifting and Will It Go Round in Circles? are surprisingly the highlights here. They both get a bit of extra mustard and I'd say Will It Go Round In Circles? in particular deserves a listen.
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