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℗ 2018 Rubber Jungle
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St. Louis '93 (Live)
St. Louis '93 is a six-disc live album by the rock band Phish. It includes two complete concerts, recorded on April 14, 1993 and August 16, 1993.
Phish's 1993 tour in support of their fourth studio album, Rift, saw the band play colleges and theaters. St. Louis '93 includes the band's first stop at the American Theater that year, April 14, dubbed the "Roger Proposal" show when Trey Anastasio's friend Roger Holloway opened Set II by proposing to his girlfriend onstage.
Phish returned to the American on August 16. Jams connected many of the songs. The show finished with a quartet of covers, including Duke Ellington's "Take the "A" Train", Led Zeppelin's "Good Times Bad Times", "Amazing Grace", and Felice and Boudleaux Bryant's country standard "Rocky Top".
Sometime After Sunset
Unsung Cities And Movies Never Made
Distillation of a Dream: The Music of Phish Reimagined for Solo Piano
Skip the Goodbyes
Trey Anastasio Albums
Paper Wheels is the eleventh studio album by American musician Trey Anastasio. The album was released on October 30, 2015, by Rubber Jungle Records.
Corner Of The Morning
Seis de Mayo
Seis De Mayo is an entirely orchestral album by the guitarist and composer Trey Anastasio. It was released on April 6, 2004 by Elektra Records and seems to return to the "musical obscurism" that was evident in his first solo album, One Man's Trash. Seis De Mayo was recorded in between 2000 and 2003, and features many reincarnations of some of Anastasio's older musical compositions, now with classical arrangements, from a string quartet to a full 66-piece orchestra.
Plasma is Trey Anastasio's first live album. The two-disc set features live tracks recorded during Trey's summer and fall tour in 2002 with his dectet, which included a guitar, bass, saxophones, trumpet, trombone, tuba, flute, percussion, keyboards, and drums. Plasma was released on April 29, 2003.
Trey Anastasio (U.S. Version)
Trey Anastasio is a self-titled album by the guitarist and composer Trey Anastasio. It was released on April 30, 2002 by Elektra Records and recorded at "The Barn", his studio near Westford, Vermont. Some of the songs included are evolved, but much less experimental versions of tracks on Anastasio first solo album, One Man's Trash, released in 1998. The tracks included were written by Anastasio, along with Tom Marshall, Tony Markellis, Russ Lawton and Scott Herman.
Surrender To The Air
Surrender to the Air is the only album from free jazz ensemble Surrender to the Air - an instrumental collective organized by Trey Anastasio of Phish in early 1996.
Though never explicitly stated on the record or its notes, the album was a sort of tribute to jazz composer and bandleader Sun Ra, an Anastasio favorite.
The album has been out of print since 2000.
Hands On A Hardbody (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
Tab at the Tab
Trey Anastasio Band
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