Daily Archive

February 10, 2010

Reviews: Trey and Classic TAB @ the Jefferson [The Butter Room]

Overall, it was clear the band had put in a lot of practice for the opener. It was also evident that they were having a good time. I’m not sure I would have enjoyed the show as much if it wasn’t for the small venue. The last time I saw TAB was in a basketball arena with the horns and it just didn’t have the same vibe. I hope he can continue to play small clubs and theaters so all fans can experience the band up close. If you have a chance to see TAB on this tour, I encourage you to check it out. You won’t be disappointed.

Trey Anastasio: 02/09/2010 Words to Wanda [VQ: B+, AQ: B+]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeomYnhXGUc[/youtube]

Movies: Phish Festival in 3D: Coming Soon [Jamtopia]

Earlier today a page appeared on Ticketmaster that seems to finally confirm some great news: a theatrical release of a new Phish concert film.

Assuming the word on the street is correct, this will be none other than Phish Festival 8 in 3D, which has been rumored since the run-up to Festival 8 and now has a rumored release date of some time in May of this year.

Trey Anastasio: 02/08/2010 First Tube [VQ: A-, AQ: B+]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rj0h8LapFVA[/youtube]

Trey Anastasio: 02/09/2010 DAUD Washington, D.C.

Trey Anastasio: 02/08/2010 Liquid Time [VQ: A, AQ: A]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwcQDurJR9Q[/youtube]

Introductions: Oom Pa Pa, Oom Pa Pa [We Beat Okimo!]

Trey Anastasio: 02/09/2010 The Way I Feel [VQ: A-, AQ: B+]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzFj5av4fxU[/youtube]

Songs: Trey’s Newest Songs [Phish Thoughts]

“Show of Life“

The second song that Trey and The Dude wrote over sushi blossomed in the encore as a gorgeous piece that virtually oozes the soul of Phish. With stunning melodies, vocal harmonies, and an overall transcendent feel, “Show of Life” will be an amazing addition to the Phish catalog, and I’d be shocked if it wound up anywhere else. In this version, Trey’s dripping solo blends with a warm canvas of horns, providing a cathartic preview of what could be a summertime anthem. With the embellishment of Phish, this song could become modern classic.

Interviews: Trey and Fish on Modern Rock Live FM Chicago, IL

Trey and Fish discuss the upcoming release of Hoist and a host of other issues for the long-running radio show Modern Rock Live – ScottyB

Songs: Listen to the Four New Classic TAB Tunes [Hidden Track]