SET 1: Love is Freedom , Water in the Sky, Summer of '89, Divided Sky, Greyhound Rising, Bar 17 , Gone, Brian and Robert, Stash, Flock of Words , Strange Design , Wolfman's Brother
ENCORE: Julie , Let Me Lie
This performance featured Trey on acoustic guitar and grand piano, with the Scorchio Quintet: Gregor Kitzis (violin), Maxim Moston (violin), Martha Mooke (viola), Leah Coloff (cello) and Kris Saebo (bass). After Summer of '89, Trey related how he had so many memories from this room, and that the first time he was here was in April 1970, when his parents took him to an anti-Vietnam War rally, his first concert ever, at six-years-old, and the band was, ironically, Country Joe and the Fish. Before Divided Sky, Trey noted that "one part of this song, the lyrics, were written in a field, right over there." Trey played grand piano on Bar 17, Gone, and Wolfman's Brother." Leah Coloff added additional vocals on Flock of Words. After Flock of Words, Trey acknowledged local resident and co-author Tom Marshall; he then noted that many of their songs had been written very close to the venue, including Glide. Tom provided additional vocals on Strange Design. Trey introduced the person responsible for many of his orchestral arrangements, Don Hart. Julie was a debut. Free MP3s of this performance are available at LivePhish.com (excepting Love Is Freedom, Water in the Sky, Brian and Robert, and Julie).
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For Phish fans this acoustic "Stash" and "Wolfman's Brother" is not to be missed. The "Wolfman's" starts off with Trey on piano and evolves into an improvised vocal jam with audience as well as the Scorchio Quintet improvising in the moment on their instruments.
Great little show with some cool stories about the creation of Phish classics thrown in. Very cool that Tom Marshall duets with Trey on "Strange Design" as well.