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Setlist - Phil Lesh & Friends, 03/17/12

#134289 2 years, 7 months ago
Phil Lesh & Friends
Terrapin Crossroads
San Rafael, CA
Public Grand Opening of the Grate Room
March 17, 2012

Set 1
Lady with a Fan (recording with Jerry Garcia on vocals, Phil accompanying recording on bass) >
Terrapin Station (band comes in at Inspiration) >
Uncle Johns Band
Ship of Fools
Sail on Sailor >
Whiskey in the Jar >
Seven Drunken Nights
Wharf Rat >
Viola Lee Blues

Set 2
Jam >
St. Stephen >
The Wheel
Thorn in My Pride
Scarlet Begonias >
Kicking Boogie Jam >
Playing with Fire>
Cryptical >
Other One >
Fire on the Mountain
Playin' in the Band (with Terrapin and Caution teases) >
I Know You Rider
E: One More Saturday Night

i didn't see a thread for last night's show/set list, so here it is. a wonderful opening night at Terrapin Crossroads!!!
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wlewis
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Re: Setlist - Phil Lesh & Friends, 03/17/12

#134335 2 years, 7 months ago
killer, must've been incredible. would love to hear more about it sometime soon. great pix with the flag too!!
who else is gonna bring you, a broken arrow?
taper.tsquare
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Re: Setlist - Phil Lesh & Friends, 03/17/12

#134342 2 years, 7 months ago
here is a review of last night's show (on Jambase i think)...

Last night, Phil Lesh officially opened his new San Rafael, CA venue and restaurant Terrapin Crossroads. The Grateful Dead bassist performed with a mix of past collaborators, including his sons Grahame and Brian Lesh, Black Crowes frontman and onetime Phil & Friends member Chris Robinson, Phil & Friends guitarist/singer Jackie Greene, RatDog/Furthur keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, Widespread Panic/Phil & Friends guitarist Jimmy Herring and Furthur/Duo drummer Joe Russo (both Russo and Chimenti also played in the most recent version of Phil & Friends). During the ensemble’s second set, Bob Weir joined in the celebration as well.

As an appropriate nod to the venue’s name, the musicians took the stage to a pre-recorded version of “Lady With a Fan,” the first section of “Terrapin Station.” After the song’s epic “inspiration” line, the band plugged in finished the song live. The band nodded to St. Patrick’s Day as well, with a run from the Irish jigs “Whiskey in the Jar” into “Seven Drunken Fools.” Weir took the stage during “St. Steven” and remained onstage for the entire second set, as well as the lone encore of “One More Saturday Night.”

On Friday night, the same group of musicians—including Weir—worked out the evening’s songs during a rehearsal at Terrapin Crossroads. The band’s two rehearsal segments started at 4 and 8 PM, with a short dinner break thrown in as well. Though the evening was an informal rehearsal—with the group starting and stopping songs throughout the afternoon and night—a few fans who had experienced ticket problems for other Terrapin Crossroads shows were invited to watch.
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rockinbob
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Re: Setlist - Phil Lesh & Friends, 03/17/12

#134345 2 years, 7 months ago
A Great Time was had by all, very happy for everyone in attendance and cant wait for the live webcasts to begin!
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taper.tsquare
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Re: Setlist - Phil Lesh & Friends, 03/17/12

#134348 2 years, 7 months ago
the "official" setlist does not list a Caution tease during "Playin' in the Band", but i swear it was there. i wasn't the only one who heard it, so i added it to the setlist that i posted.
Denver Man
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Re: Setlist - Phil Lesh & Friends, 03/17/12

#134360 2 years, 7 months ago
Thanks for the review Trent!
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Tryin' to find a breath of air
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amusingdeva
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Re: Setlist - Phil Lesh & Friends, 03/17/12

#134367 2 years, 7 months ago
taper.tsquare wrote:
the "official" setlist does not list a Caution tease during "Playin' in the Band", but i swear it was there. i wasn't the only one who heard it, so i added it to the setlist that i posted.


Oh yea- it was there!
Can't believe Jambase review misspelled St Stephen!
I really liked Chris Robinson on Scarlet & Fire - not sure what I would think of him in the band so that was a pleasant surprise. He and Jimmy Herring played off of each other really well.
The only time Jackie, Chris & Jimmy were all on guitar together was during Fire on The Mountain.

For me, Viola Lee was the highlight of the 1st set and Fire on the Mountain rocked the 2nd.
Last Edit: 2 years, 7 months ago by amusingdeva.
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