Mike Gordon and
his five-piece brought their tour in support of Overstep to Tarrytown Music Hall
Tarrytown, NY last night. Gordon's Phish band mate, Trey Anastasio, sat
in on a
pair of songs at the end of the evening's first set, while the second set contained a wild
sequence focused on Beatles covers.
Anastasio emerged to add a second guitar to a cover of Talking Heads's "Cities" and the
Mike Gordon/Scott Murawski original "Tiny Little World" at the end of the first set. Trey
Ibanez guitar instead of his usual Languedoc axe for the sit-in. Murawski provided
the vocals for "Cities," a song Trey sings during Phish performances of the cover.
Mike's guest-less second set was highlighted by a sequence that found a cover of Flaming
Lips's "Are You A Hypnotist??" found within a cover of The Beatles's "Tomorrow Never
Knows," which was found within a cover of The Beatles's "She Said, She Said," which was
found within Gordon's "Traveled Too Far." On paper that reads as "Traveled Too Far ->
Said She Said -> Tomorrow Never Knows > Are You a Hypnotist?? > Tomorrow Never
She Said She Said -> Traveled Too Far." The five-piece bid the crowd farewell with an
encore of Mike's "Soulfood Man" that segued into a cover of Prince's "Alphabet Street."
Watch fan-shot video of Trey sitting in on "Tiny Little World" by Rich A.:
Check out Mike Gordon's performance of "Cities" featuring Anastasio from last night via Rich A.:
Here's the setlist via Phish.net:
Set 1: Ether > Cruel World, Yarmouth Road, Different World, Pretty Boy Floyd, Spock's
Brain, Face > Peel, Cities, Tiny Little World
Set 2: Long Black Line, Crumblin' Bones, Barton Hollow, Angatta, Spiral, Jumping, Traveled
Too Far -> She Said She Said -> Tomorrow Never Knows > Are You a Hypnotist?? >
Never Knows -> She Said She Said -> Traveled Too Far, Say Something
Encore: Soulfood Man -> Alphabet Street
 Trey on guitar.