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Phil and Friends

Posted on | September 24, 2007 | No Comments


It’s been a few years since I’ve seen a concert live outside and many more since I saw the Dead at the Greek in the early ’80s. Took the kids to see Phil and Friends Sunday. Damn but what a fine experience. A sea of old bastards like me and a smattering of youth; the whirling dervishing in the aisles. The sweet smell of illicit substances. I was transported indeed. Lesh slashing up and down the fretboard, was flanked by two outstanding guitarists, Jackie Greene and Larry Campbell. And there were moments that if you closed your eyes, you could swear it was Bobby and Jerry up there at their best. The good news about Life after the Dead is that both Bobby’s RatDog and Phil’s Phil and Friends are well-rehearsed and well executed. That wasn’t always the case with the good ole GD.
Here’s to kaizen (continual improvement) and bringing a new generation into the fold.

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  1. Kerri
    September 25th, 2007 @ 7:28 am

    Jealous. So jealous.

  2. Greeley's Ghost
    September 25th, 2007 @ 11:30 am

    He’s got an extended gig at Madison Square Garden, his favorite venue… that’s not far from Little Rhody!

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