This show was part of the "Trey - Fall 2014 Symphony Tour"

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, attached to 2014-09-26

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Great show. A little shorter than the other two (missing Guyute). Frost and Divided Sky felt especially strong. Trey's vocals at the end of YEM were great. Trey said he finally completely finished Petrichor for this show and it was interesting. It felt a lot like Time Turns Elastic but more enjoyable. Had a great time!
, attached to 2014-09-26

Review by Brickmaestro

Brickmaestro Agree that the Divided Sky was beautiful with the full LA Phil behind it. Petrichor did feel a little derivative, but was still nice. The experimental "heartbeat" music group that opened up before Trey was weird.

Overall, an unusual, but welcome Phishy experience. Trey was certainly having a good time, and that's always fun to see.
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May 23, 1994
23 years ago
Civic Auditorium

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Sample in a Jar, Foam, Fee[1] -> Maze, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Julius, Reba, Cavern

Set 2: Wilson, Run Like an Antelope[2], If I Could, Sparkle, Punch You In the Eye, You Enjoy Myself, Possum

Encore: Ginseng Sullivan[3], Amazing Grace, Highway to Hell

[1] Trey sang verses through megaphone.
[2] "Been you to have any cantaloupe" repeated multiplel times.
[3] Acoustic. Fish on washboard.

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