Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on 2001-08-04
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Dear Mr. Fantasy>
Brown Eyed Women,
She Said/She Said,
The Golden Road,
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|Dear Mr. Fantasy > Jam >|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Unbroken Chain > Jam >|
|She Said, She Said >|
|Stella Blue >|
|Jam (fades in) >|
|St. Stephen > The Eleven > St. Stephen >|
|Inspiration Jam >|
|Liver Thanks and Band Intros|
|Patchwork Quilt >|
Source: Microtech Gefell SMS200/M210 > SX-M2 >
SBM 1 > D8 > CD > EAC > SHN
mics at 100 degrees, slightly right of dfc, row T, Seat 12
- 2005-03-07 12:28:12
- Charlotte, North Carolina
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Subject: Maybe my fav
Subject: Good Stuff Maynard
But C'mon Bear, the "energy and passion that was long missing from the Dead shows 1985 and beyond".
Everyone agrees 89-90 were two of the most smoking years the boys produced. Netflix the Buffalo 7/4/89 DVD Watchtower > Dew > Not Fade and come back and tell me it's "missing passion".
Listen to Jerry sing Stella Blue on 12/30/86 and come back and tell me it's "missing energy". Wasn't a dry eye in the house and better than any Stella Blue ever played in the 70's. Period. Sheesh. Some people.
Subject: I'm the First?
Phil And Friends and The Allman Brothers were in their transition... 3 shows were P&F wound down and ABB wound up. This show was the second of three shows and they alternated who opened and who closed.
At Charlotte, after Susan Tsedechi opened (with a very young Derek Trucks sitting in), the ABB rolled in and kicked ass! Warren Haynes and Derek on guitars.
Then P&F with Warren (again) and Jimmy Herring on guitars.
Warren was pulling a double shift with both bands and didn't miss a beat.
The P&F show was outstanding. As a Deadhead from years past, they hit this stuff with an energy and passion that was long missing from the Dead shows 1985 and beyond. I likened it to "Dead on steroids" it was that good. Phil's singing was really great too...go figure!
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