TAB @ Pittsburgh

2.25.2011 Stage AE, Pittburgh, PA

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2.20.10 - Minneapolis (S.LaBrasca)

I: Backwards Down the Number Line, Gumbo, Farmhouse, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Talk, Driver, Theme From the Bottom, Down with Disease, Heavy Things*, Liquid Time*, Let Me Lie*, Show of Life**, Push On ‘Til the Day**

II: Night Speaks to a Woman, Valentine, Cayman Review, Alaska, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Gotta Jibboo, Goodbye Head, Mozambique, Clint Eastwood, Money, Love and Change, Magilla, Sand

E: First Tube

* w/ full band, ** w/ full band , electric

Source: Schoeps MK22 > VMS5U

Goodbye Head

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Push On Til the Day

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356 Responses to “TAB @ Pittsburgh”

  1. KWL Says:

    wow silly. racism and homophobia aren’t going away any time soon, but it is always unsettling when they are made so overt. i would call the club and tell them you’re shocked and disappointed and want your money back. when they try to give you free tickets to an upcoming show instead, tell them you’re never stepping foot in a place that enables such active prejudice.

  2. butter Says:

    is Silly going, he’s got more of a tolerance now right?

    no face planting?

  3. KWL Says:

    care to make it interesting butter? i say he goes down

  4. rivertrance Says:

    he’s not going. I think him and his girl are going on suburban Zanies stand up tour instead

    come on kids. Stand up. really? almost sounds like you got what you deserve

    Richard Pryor maybe but the suburban strip mall comedy club sounds like a receipe for disaster

  5. rivertrance Says:

    and I’m not offended by anything but unfunny

  6. rivertrance Says:

    Is all my Trey dissing somehow a reaction to this Outkast cover alone

    quite possible

  7. thedayman Says:

    hey all, stoked for tab tonight, hopefully we get some face-melting, shit your pants worthy jamZ tonight, cuz if i don’t shit myself at a show, i know it suuucked.

    anywho, anyone know where i can grab the lemonwheel ambient jam perchance? really want to give it a listen

  8. butter Says:

    no river, i have spun a lot of the tour

    lots of pop cheese, just part of the direction and style Red is going

    you have always made fun of that shit

    the Jay Z cover was tragic

    lots of good music too, tho

  9. Hojo Says:

    The upshot of the acoustic set is Trey is able to have a more intimate back and forth with the audience, which he seems to like a lot. Last night (Columbus) had the crowd carrying half the melody for Limb by Limb which was really cool. There were a couple other moments during the solo acoustic tunes where there was great communication and harmonizing between Trey and the crowd.

  10. butter Says:

    if the pop/hip hop covers keep the acoustic set a little more fun and energetic i’m all for it

    but i’m also all for being honest about the quality of them

  11. rivertrance Says:

    love the Gorillaz cover in the electric set. I think that works well.

  12. brother Says:

    had no problem with the gorillaz and outkast covers at all last night. fun as hell and i thought they did a great job on both. enjoyed those better than black dog for sure (not that black dog was bad, just heard them do that one in the past a few times)

  13. butter Says:

    i’ve liked what i’ve heard, Trey band has never really made me jump out of my seat in general, always have had some good jams

    the music is a little busy and driving in general for me if that makes any sense

    would like a little more space, and once i’ve committed to listening to brass music, i prefer New Orleans funk and jazz

    but Trey smokes in pretty much any band he desires to play in, and that is not new news

  14. butter Says:

    that’s the thing if i was drunk at a show and they played a catchy cover i would love it, so i bet others do….

  15. albert walker Says:

    see that’s what I miss about this band Butter. If I wanted a slick sounding spacial jazz thing I wouldn’t go see Trey

    I liked the manic energy wall of sound that TAB always was

    know I know that isn’t how the band sounded last tour either but it did seem to come off the tracks a little more. didn’t follow the exact blueprint. formulaic is what comes to mind of this tour

    but spinning Philly now and the energy seems to be picked up from the earlier dates

    will def be a jam or 2 that make it worth while

  16. DavidSilver Says:

    Crossing my fingers that Trey plays Sample in a Jar acoustic tonight! Thats me and Donna’s song and acoustic would be perfect for a great makeout session.

  17. garretc Says:


    To put my early early morning posts into context, every saturday so far this semester I’ve been up at quarter to six to go snowboarding on mt. hood for my snowboarding PE class…

    I’m sure that takes away some of the fun of imagining me posting after all night raging and such, but I’m just kinda boring and all that…

  18. butter Says:

    Philly Ocelot spinning now – the exact opposite of my critique

    more of that = dope TAB

    drifty little improv horns and trey

  19. albert walker Says:

    what’s up DS. I’ll see you up there.

    talk to you laterz Butter

    have a little review in the morning
    see all ya Chicago kids in the show

  20. Mr. Palmer Says:

    AW. I bet your gonna love the jazzy feel to tab’s Ocelot. Tour seems to get hotter with each show. You’ll get a smoker tonight and west coast will get some fire.

  21. butter Says:

    great jam in that Ocelot

  22. Dr. Pronoia Says:

    haven’t even read this yet but had to post immediately

  23. butter Says:

    have fun at the show, tell K hi

  24. halcyon Says:

    “Not only does Phish have two Jewish band members, Altizio explains, but the Jews, Mike Gordon on bass and Jon Fishman on drums, create the foundation of Phish’s music. They hold it down. They are the vehicle, the “chariot,” that allows the rest of the band and everyone in attendance to fly.”

    Good find Dr. Pronoia. Hope all is well in NYC.

  25. Dr. Pronoia Says:

    ^^ that huffpo article was written a few days ago it looks like, so sorry if it’s been posted and discussed already

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