First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. “Wolfman’s Brother” included Trey recalling a story about when he met Fish; he compared Fish’s role as “Wolfman’s Brother” in Phish to Paul McCartney’s role as “The Walrus” in The Beatles. After “Prince Caspian” Trey talked about his friend, Roger Holloway. Roger then joined Trey for “Aftermath” (that he co-wrote) and “AC/DC Bag” (that contains his name in the lyrics). This show features the only known public performance of “Aftermath.” “Last Tube” included a “Happy Birthday” tease after Tony Markellis mentioned that it was a crew member’s birthday. “Wolfman’s Brother,” “Prince Caspian,” “AC/DC Bag,” and “Further On Up the Road” were TAB debuts.
Happy Birthday to You tease in Last Tube

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

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, attached to 1999-05-07

Review by NightSpeaks

NightSpeaks Not a bad show but not an outstanding one either. Everything is played well but like 05/04/1999 there just isn't a whole lot that stands out. The highlights for me are Sand which has an uncharacteristically melodic and upbeat jam, and the very smooth segue between Drums and Mozambique. For some reason the setlist lists "Drums, Mozambique." I'd argue for a "->" but at the very least it should be a ">."
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March 17, 1992
26 years ago
Lisner Auditorium, George Washington University

Set 1: Buried Alive > Possum[1], Cavern, Sparkle, It's Ice, I Didn't Know, Divided Sky, Guelah Papyrus, Rift, Bouncing Around the Room > Run Like an Antelope[2]

Set 2: Runaway Jim > Glide, The Sloth, Poor Heart > Tweezer, Esther > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Cold as Ice > Love You[3] > Cold as Ice, Llama

Encore: Memories[4], Sweet Adeline[4]

[1] Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals.
[2] Random Note and Will the Circle Be Unbroken? signals.
[3] Fish on Bag-Vac.
[4] Without microphones.

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