Trey Anastasio and
TAB continued to unveil material last night at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, where they
followed three debuts on Tuesday with the performance of five new originals
[Photo by Jeremy Williams]
The Phish front man and his solo band completely alternated the setlist from night-to-
night as there were no repeats in Denver. Last night's first set saw a mix of TAB classics
like "Night Speaks," "Sweet Dreams Melinda" and "Land of Nod" with covers of "Ooh Child"
and "Small Axe" and three new originals. Among the three new originals in the opening
stanza was "Lever Boy," a song that was demoed by Trey and Tom Marshall in December of
Also debuted in Set One was "Bounce," which Leslie Simon of Westword describes
as "another new song that had a poppy, almost '60s variety hour feel to it." The second
set contained the debuts of "In Rounds" and "Very Far Away," along with more familiar
material. TAB capped off the evening with Jennifer Hartswick handling vocals on a cover of
"Black Dog" by Led Zeppelin.
Here's the setlist from last night's show with a hat tip to Phil Rollins:
Set One: Mozambique, Spin, Alaska, Ooh Child, A Case Of Ice And Snow, Paper Wheels#, Land
Of Nod, Bounce#, Lever Boy#, Small Axe, Sweet Dreams Melinda, Wherever You Find It, Night
Speaks To A Woman
Set Two: Alive Again, In Rounds#, Simple Twist Up Dave, Very Far Away#, Scabbard, Goodbye
Head, Show Of Life, Last Tube, Clint Eastwood, Push On 'Til The Day
Encore: Black Dog
# - New TAB originals
Phil Rollins's audience recording of Night Two has surfaced.
Stream "Bounce," "Lever Boy," "In Rounds," "Very Far Away" and "Paper Wheels":