Trey dedicated “Come on Baby Let’s Go Downtown” to his friends Chris and Kevin. Trey performed “Back on the Train” and “Bathtub Gin” solo, acoustic. This second Fox Theatre show was not originally scheduled as part of the tour; it was added the day before, with tickets going on sale at midnight the day before the gig. “Sand” included extended thanks from Trey to Paul, the crew, and the fans.
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This show was part of the "TAB - The Sextet"

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, attached to 2001-03-05

Review by NightSpeaks

NightSpeaks Nice show to finish off the tour. These are good versions of Sand and Jibboo. Push On 'Til the Day is jammed out a bit, definitely the best version we've seen yet. This is the last Push On 'Til the Day > Tube Top Flop combo. Final versions here of The Chicken, and Signed, Sealed, Delivered as well. Sad to see The Chicken go especially. Can't wait for Summer tour!
, attached to 2001-03-05

Review by 13point

13point This is the only time I have seen Trey without Phish. First of all, seeing any show in this venue is a magical experience. I did not know what to expect, and I was satisfied on a few occasions. I remember thoroughly enjoying the brass section that backed up Trey, particularly during The Band's "It Makes No Difference." The Gotta Jibboo was a nice opener to set the pace of the show, with a surprising and warm version of "O-o-h Child" to end the first set. It has been so long since I have even thought about this show, and the only other songs I can recall are "Sand" because I danced my ass to that, the acoustic versions of "Back on the Train" and "Bathtub" because I knew those songs and it was nice to see Trey do them acoustically, and "Signed, Sealed, and Delivered" becuase I am a huge Stevie Wonder fan. At that time, I was not too familiar with Trey's solo stuff. All and all, it was a decent show.
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