Download: Trey Anastasio Band from Hangout Music Festival

Yesterday was the final day of the inaugural Hangout Festival and Trey Anastasio Band finished off the festival and a rain-soaked-and-delayed afternoon with a set full of most of the good stuff that we ever see TAB perform. Here’s the setlist via PT:

05/16/10 On The Beach, Gulf Shores, AL | The Hangout Beach, Music & Arts Festival
Set I: Gotta Jibboo, Push On Til the Day, The Devil Went Down To Georgia*, Burn That Bridge^, Money Love and Change, It Makes No Difference%, Alaska, Sailboat Man^, Sand, Valentine, Cayman Review, Plasma > Drifting, Black Dog
Encore: First Tube

* Last Played 06/13/2004
^ First Time Played (Original)
% Last Played 05/14/2005

Download a zip of the show here.

I got to watch most of the set from my couch as I recovered from the Bay to Breakers ragefest that rolled through SF yesterday. The “Jibboo” was tight, “Alaska” sounded pretty good, and the “Sailboat Man” song was novel at best. The rest of the set as a whole seemed like standard Trey fare and nothing for the legend books. The encore was an absolutely trainwrecked version of “First Tube,” too — so that didn’t help its case for any “set of the year” type accolades. With the sound of fireworks over head I’m not sure the band could actually hear where each other was at in the song. Still, the song almost always rages and it’s a perfect end to a music fest.

Kudos as always to iClips.net for hooking up the free and legal streams from the event. What did you guys think of the set?

  • Tidbo

    I was there and it sounded pretty good for an outside show. I couldn’t tell anything was off with First Tube but I haven’t listened to it again. As for Sailboat Man, it was cool that he wrote a song for the fest and Gulf Shores, it was alot like Makisupa-ish, and had a beach vibe. For the people who were there, there was no one complaining anywere that I could see. It was a great ending to a great music fest.

  • Tidbo

    I was there and it sounded pretty good for an outside show. I couldn’t tell anything was off with First Tube but I haven’t listened to it again. As for Sailboat Man, it was cool that he wrote a song for the fest and Gulf Shores, it was alot like Makisupa-ish, and had a beach vibe. For the people who were there, there was no one complaining anywere that I could see. It was a great ending to a great music fest.

  • Justin

    Coolest part was at the end of the show. Sometimes fireworks can be used to end a festival and it’s a distraction from the main act. You can hear in First Tube, towards the very end, where Trey is making his guitar squeal to match the pitch of the fireworks going off at the same time. Amazing!

  • Justin

    Coolest part was at the end of the show. Sometimes fireworks can be used to end a festival and it’s a distraction from the main act. You can hear in First Tube, towards the very end, where Trey is making his guitar squeal to match the pitch of the fireworks going off at the same time. Amazing!

  • Cyn

    Trey lost the timing and key, in First Tube, just as the fireworks began. It did sound pretty awful for a bit but the band regrouped after several stanzas and continued on quite fine. It seemed as if Trey thought the fireworks were just about to end for the entire last two minutes of the display and kept an ending vamp going a little too long. He was waiting to end off First Tube as soon as the finale was complete but more than once he had to start a new vamp which he hoped would take them to the end. The fireworks went on for a good long time and the finale began with gold colored fireworks in the shape of a palm tree! It was an amazing display and a beautiful ending to one of the best music festivals I have ever been too. Gulf Shores AL is a gorgeous place to visit. The Hangout employees and the local residents were kind, gracious and very welcoming. I would go back there in a heartbeat! I am sending good vibes their way and hoping the mess and destruction from the oil spill is as minimized as possible.
    My favorite act had to be Rodrigo y Gabriela. They were captivating! I was familiar with them and their music before the festival and they were the act I was most excited to see and hear. Their latest CD 11:11 is fantastic but the R y G experience is all about their live shows. The energy they both have is mind boggling! They are mesmerizing to watch and the audience received them very well. It almost seemed as if they too were surprised at how appreciated their set was. They are definitely going to become much better known in the USA very soon. Gabriela’s talent is unique and well honed. It was amazing to watch her hands on the monitor. She has redefined acoustic guitar playing as we know it. Rodrigo can play lead guitar like a virtuoso and he’s also pretty damned cute! They both have excellent showmanship and seem very comfortable on stage and with their abilities. They both are so adorable looking and acting, you just want to gobble them up. I look forward to their future performances and recordings!!

    • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin
  • Cyn

    Trey lost the timing and key, in First Tube, just as the fireworks began. It did sound pretty awful for a bit but the band regrouped after several stanzas and continued on quite fine. It seemed as if Trey thought the fireworks were just about to end for the entire last two minutes of the display and kept an ending vamp going a little too long. He was waiting to end off First Tube as soon as the finale was complete but more than once he had to start a new vamp which he hoped would take them to the end. The fireworks went on for a good long time and the finale began with gold colored fireworks in the shape of a palm tree! It was an amazing display and a beautiful ending to one of the best music festivals I have ever been too. Gulf Shores AL is a gorgeous place to visit. The Hangout employees and the local residents were kind, gracious and very welcoming. I would go back there in a heartbeat! I am sending good vibes their way and hoping the mess and destruction from the oil spill is as minimized as possible.
    My favorite act had to be Rodrigo y Gabriela. They were captivating! I was familiar with them and their music before the festival and they were the act I was most excited to see and hear. Their latest CD 11:11 is fantastic but the R y G experience is all about their live shows. The energy they both have is mind boggling! They are mesmerizing to watch and the audience received them very well. It almost seemed as if they too were surprised at how appreciated their set was. They are definitely going to become much better known in the USA very soon. Gabriela’s talent is unique and well honed. It was amazing to watch her hands on the monitor. She has redefined acoustic guitar playing as we know it. Rodrigo can play lead guitar like a virtuoso and he’s also pretty damned cute! They both have excellent showmanship and seem very comfortable on stage and with their abilities. They both are so adorable looking and acting, you just want to gobble them up. I look forward to their future performances and recordings!!

    • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin