2014-11-08 ~ P&F - Capitol Theatre, Portchester, NY

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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By m i k e (Mikeedwardsetc) on Sunday, November 09, 2014 - 03:30 am: Edit Post

Phil Lesh & Friends
The Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY
November 8, 2014

Phil Lesh, Chris Robinson,
Neal Casal, Adam MacDougall,
Eric Krasno, Joe Russo

Set 1:

West LA Fadeaway (cr)
Brown-Eyed Women (cr)
Big Railroad Blues (cr)
Dolphins (cr)
Ramble On Rose (cr)
Bird Song (pl) >
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad (all)

Set 2:

Shakedown Street (cr) >
Gimme Shelter (cr) >
Caution (cr) >
Feedback >
Like A Rolling Stone (cr) >
Hard To Handle (cr)
Unbroken Chain (pl)
Comes A Time (cr) >
Midnight Hour (cr)

Donor Rap

They Love Each Other (cr)

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By chuck kasperitis (Ckwagon) on Thursday, November 13, 2014 - 09:02 am: Edit Post

Amazing start with the opening notes to west la. This band def was trying to go grateful dead style more than some other formations. Cris flubbed a few lyrics but def put his heart into every tune. Phil was smiling ear to ear most of the night ( which always makes me smile ). I was impressed with their intensity and focus during the first set, especially the keyboards. The dolphins is a Fred Neil cover that I bet cris knows from earhustlin on gram parsons, that's how I know it. Hands down his best vocal of the night, not that it was my favorite song, but it's a good one. Beautiful bird song, and gdtrfb was as uprise to me and I love it, I never got to hear jerry do that one.
Second set started hot with a really nice, if not required on Saturday night (love the song but hate predictability) it was a great shakedown tho--gimme shelter- I love the stones and this band def having 3 dudes that regularly play together made it a tighter cover than a lot of phils other attempts at some tunes wit one time or less familiarized players. Either I got tired or the energy dropped down, or both but I didn't jam as hard after that-- unbroken, always beautiful, makes me thankful to hav phil with us still after all these years when I hear him do this one especially, and glad to be in the room with him. Comes a time, I called this one before the show- up tempo 71 style, no falsetto tho-- real treat -- I'll never forget the comes a time from Utica 2010. I listened to roses from the train platform awaiting my ride back to town- all in all sweet fuckin show-- al schnier just added to last weekend at the cap. I know I'm a head and we are blindly in love with these guys but I am not continuously, but surely continually impressed, pleased, delighted, and stimulated by Phil's music. God bless the grateful dead-- love u guys too, stay grateful!