First set Trey solo acoustic, second set electric TAB. Alluding to the raunchy nature of a general admission show, after “Wolfman’s Brother” Trey launched into a chorus of “Feel Like Makin’ Love” (a Trey debut). Regarding the Trey/Tom song “Name,” Trey noted that it was the partner song to “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and was written about a typical “last call” at a bar. Trey performed “Billy Breathes” on piano. “Kissed By Mist” was dedicated to Julia Butterfly Hill. Tony introduced “Tops Off” as a blues standard, but admitted that no one knows what the song is really about. Tony also introduced the band at the end of the encore and thanked the crew while indirectly referencing the Chris Kuroda fan club, ‘CK5.’

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

Show Reviews

, attached to 1999-05-14

Review by NightSpeaks

NightSpeaks Another great show with Gotta Jibboo, Sand, and O-o-h Child all standing out. I made a mistake in my review of the previous night's show. The Sand from this night is actually the longest of '99, about 10 seconds longer than the night before. As with pretty much every '99 Sand, this one is worth a listen. This the longest Jibboo of '99 as well. The rhythmic oriented section of the jam is what makes it stand out compared to other '99 versions. O-o-h Child has a nice jam but it's my least favorite out of all the jammed out versions of the song we've seen so far.
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March 18, 1997
21 years ago
The Flynn Theatre

Set 1: Cinnamon Girl, NICU > Sample in a Jar > Punch You In the Eye > My Soul, Beauty of My Dreams > Harry Hood > Cars Trucks Buses[1], Suzy Greenberg[2] > Character Zero[1]

Set 2: Taste > Drowned -> Prince Caspian > David Bowie, Love Me, I Told You So[3], Love Me Like a Man[3], Waste > Chalk Dust Torture, Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Hello My Baby[4], Funky Bitch[1]

[1] Dave Grippo on alto sax and James Harvey on trombone
[2] Dave Grippo on alto sax and James Harvey on trombone.
[3] Phish debut; Tammy Fletcher on vocals.
[4] Without microphones.

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