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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246190 1 year, 7 months ago
Thanks to Patrick Haugh for
Phil's 73rd B-Day 3-15-13


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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246191 1 year, 7 months ago
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246192 1 year, 7 months ago
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246193 1 year, 7 months ago
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246194 1 year, 7 months ago
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246196 1 year, 7 months ago
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246197 1 year, 7 months ago
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246198 1 year, 7 months ago
Thanks for the pictures, Bill!! I'm not getting much sleep, but these shows have been worth it so far. I'm looking forward to another one tonight, hopefully after an MSU win this afternoon!
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246200 1 year, 7 months ago
Thanks to Tonya Stultz for the "official set list." It doesn't indicate lots of the intricacies involved in the performance.
The second set was more like:
Lost Sailor >
Saint of Circumstance
He's Gone >
Slipknot! >
Dark Star (V1) >
The Other One jam >
The Eleven >
Another Brick in the Wall (instrumental) >
Dark Star (V2) >
Eyes of the World (w/Happy Birthday)
Sugar Magnolia >
Hey Mona >
Not Fade Away

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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246204 1 year, 7 months ago
In the first set the band chose to play Minglewood instead of Hell In A Bucket. So much for following the setlists. Anyone have a sharpie?
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246207 1 year, 7 months ago
MushroomMan wrote:
I would book that as a Slipknot! tease myself, along with several other teases .... but I know this Slipknot! ordeal can be pretty controversial around here


Equinox is Committee Chairman regarding this matter. As previously stated, I agree with Horton of Horton Hears a Who. A Slipknot!'s a Slipknot! no matter how small. Burt seems to feel that it was begun, but not developed. I've already lost that argument during the 3 Slipknot! night in Broomfield, and I referred Burt to that show and Slipknot! 2 for comparison. If necessary, I will provide the transcript of our discussion on Facebook. Burt and I await the committee's decision.
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Re: Phil Lesh Birthday Celebration @TXR March 15, 2013

#246209 1 year, 7 months ago
nycdave wrote:
In the first set the band chose to play Minglewood instead of Hell In A Bucket. So much for following the setlists. Anyone have a sharpie?


Thanks, I didn't even look at the first set. This must have been an early draft. If I had more skills with my computer, I could edit that set list so it corresponded to what was actually played. I believe that Hell in a Bucket makes this document a less-than reliable source, and it should not be allowable as "evidence" in the latest Slipknot! controversy.
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