This tour opening performance included the debuts of “Acting the Devil,” “At the Barbeque,” “At the Gazebo,” “Burlap Sack and Pumps,” “Drifting,” “Ether Sunday,” “Noodle Rave Daddio,” “Push On ‘Til the Day,” “Sidewalks of San Francisco,” “The Way I Feel,” “Tube Top Flop” and “Ray Dawn Balloon,” as well as the TAB debuts of “I Done Done It” (Billy Barton) and “It Makes No Difference” (The Band). Trey performed "Back on the Train" and "Ray Dawn Balloon" solo acoustic. Trey and Tony played acoustic on “Happiness in My Pants” (with Russ) and “At the Gazebo” (with horns). This show marked the first TAB performance with horns.
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "TAB - The Sextet"

Show Reviews

, attached to 2001-02-21

Review by NightSpeaks

NightSpeaks First TAB show with the sextet is a good one, although it is clear that the band isn't 100% confident yet. The debuts sound good (as do the old songs with newly added horn parts), but compared to the band's strength in '02 and '03, the band has a long way to go. Push On 'Til the Day in particular is missing the energy that pretty much all later versions provide. The big jam here is Sand. Sand sounds great with the horns and I prefer this version over any of the versions from '99. To summarize: Good show, bodes well for the future of TAB. Band isn't all the way locked in yet.
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