First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. The Anastasio/Marshall original we now know as “Mountains in the Mist” was introduced as “Bake and Boil” and was a debut, as was “Snowflakes in the Sand.” The covers of The Spinners’ “Then Came You,” Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)” and Billy Preston’s “Will it Go Round in Circles?” were all TAB debuts. Trey allowed the fans to name the instrumental now known as “The Inlaw Josie Wales” – also a debut – that was named “Minestrone” at the time. Phish staples “Bouncing Around the Room” and “Farmhouse” rounded out Trey’s debuts for the evening. Trey’s keyboard solo included an “Axel F” tease. Before “Brian and Robert” Trey then offered a rambling monologue where he mistook a single confused person on the Internet with “the confused people on the Internet” and further mistakenly asserted that fans online would be “confused by the unknown songs.” He then introduced “Brian and Robert” as “Voodoo Child.”

This show was part of the "TAB - The Trio"

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, attached to 1999-05-03

Review by NightSpeaks

NightSpeaks First show of the tour starts off strong! This O-o-h Child is the best jam we've seen from TAB up to this point IMO with its rocking minor key Trey solo, bad-ass funk jam, and smooth return back to the song proper to finish. Sand is a Big Red shred-fest. Russ is strong in this jam too. Gotta Jibboo's jam follows the same format as the 02/15/1999 version. The Keyboard Solo is unique... not sure what else to say about it. Overall great show!
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