Trey Anastasio Band - 02-15-1999

Trey Anastasio Band

Higher Ground
Winooski, VT
Very Special Arts of Vermont Benefit

discs: 3
recording type: DAUD
shn: not yet
quality rating: A

[disc 1] (40:32)
set 1 (acoustic set):
1. Dirt (5:27)
2. Dogs Stole Things (4:21)
3. ...Trey talking... (0:44)
4. Runaway Jim (6:22)
5. Brian and Robert (3:15)
6. Guyute (9:30)
7. Driver (3:57)
8. Chalk Dust Torture (6:56)

[disc 2] (55:46)
set 2 (electric set):
1. Come on Baby Let’s Go Downtown * (5:28)
2. Gotta Jibboo ** (12:22)
3. Ooh Child *** (5:54)
4. Tops Off **** (7:03)
5. I Can See Clearly Now ^ (4:04)
6. Come On (Let the Good Times Roll) ^^ (4:23)
7. Free Thought ^^^ (12:09)
8. Bell Bottom Blues ^^^^ (4:23)

[disc 3] (61:36)
set 2 (electric set) con't:
1. Sand + > (16:30)
2. Drums ++ (10:03)
3. Possum (7:11)
4. First Tube +++ (8:33)
5. Aqui Como Alla ++++ (5:43)
6. Row Jimmy # (8:05)
7. Last Tube ## (5:31)

First set was Trey solo on acoustic. Second set and encore, Trey played electric and was joined by Russ Lawton of the Gordon Stone Band on drums and Tony Markellis of the Unknown Blues Band on bass. Paul Languedoc ran sound and Chris Kuroda ran lights for the show. Page, Mike, Jon, and Tom Marshall were all in attendance, but did not perform

* Crazy Horse (w/out Neil Young) cover; written by Danny Whitten; also appeared on Young's album Tonight's the Night and played by Young live ** A new, original song *** Five Stairsteps cover, Motown standard **** blues instrumental, title provided by Gordon Stone by way of Matt King ... formerly listed on setlists preceeded by "Chasin' the Waste", a F-Hole cover (F-Hole being members of Tom Marshall's band, Amfibian, in addition to performing on their own) ^ Johnny Nash cover ^^ Earl King cover, covered by Jimi Hendrix on the album Electric Ladyland; also known as "Come On (Let the Good Times Roll)" ^^^ original, previously played with the 8 Foot Flourescent Tubes; previously listed as "Mozambique"; title provided by Matt King from setlist taken from the stage of the 8 Foot Flourescent Tubes show on 04/17/98 ^^^^ - Derek and the Dominoes cover + original written by Trey; lyrics include "you can see the symptoms, but not affect the cause" ++ with Trey on small drum kit +++ original written by Trey for the 8 Foot Flourescent Tubes; first instrumental played that night (04/17/98), and as a result is is known as "First Tube" it has also been referred to as "Bing Bong" according to Trey's setlist from the 8 Foot Flourescent Tubes show and Heloise Williams (of viperHouse, who performed with Trey as a part of the 8 Foot Flourescent Tubes), by way of Matt King ++++ Arsenio Rodriguez cover, performed by Marc Ribot (who played with Trey as part of Surrender to the Air) on the album Marc Ribot Y Los Cubanos Postizos # Garcia/Hunter cover ## referred to as "Last Tube" because it was the last instrumentalplayed during the 8 Foot Flourescent Tubes show, includes band introductions.

source: Schoeps M222 (Tubes) + MK4 > Elvo NT222 > HB Portdat

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