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Phil and Friends played an interesting show that ended around the campfire. Setlist
Phil and Friends played an interesting show that ended around the campfire.
Phil Lesh welcomed some new friends into his band to kick off his "From Darkness To Light" series of concerts at Terrapin Crossroads last night. The theme of this particular show was "Darkness" which became evident when it ended in the backyard for an encore played around the fire.
This band consisted of a few familiar faces like guitarist Jackie Greene and Neil Casel along with keyboardist Adam MacDougall. The "Circles around the Sun" drummer Mark Levy and a Terrapin Crossroads family friend, Cass McCombs, joined the band and lent his voice to the band.
Cass handled a majority of the vocal duties including the "Dark Star" opener. This melted into "Pink Floyd's"Eclipse". Well I was not there but let's just say it looks good on paper. Check it out.
Written by: Kevin Long
Edited by: Greg Heffelfinger
Setlist via Deadheadland.com
Set: Jam > Dark Star v1 cm > Eclipse all > Mountains of the Moon pl > Bad Moon Rising cm jg > Paint It Black nc, Comfortably Numb am nc jg, Never Asked To Be Your Mountain nc > (Jeff Buckley), Hurricane jg (Dylan), Black Peter cm, Darkness Darkness jg, China Doll cm, Terrapin Station pl. Black Muddy River jg, Who Knows Where The Time Goes nc
Encore Set (sing-a-long at the fire pit in the Terrapin Backyard): Box of Rain pl all, I Shall Be Released jgre nc all, Bird Song pl all, Uncle John’s Band all
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