Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Chicago Theater on 2005-11-26
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
1) Here Comes Sunshine>
4) Cumberland Blues>
5) Like A Tumbleweed In Eden
6) Eight Miles High*
7) Brown Eyed Women
8) Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion
1) Just Another Whistle Stop>
3) New Speedway Boogie>
4) Scarlet Begonias>
2) I Know You Rider>
4) ^Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)>
5) Fire On The Mountain
6) Donor Rap/Band Intros
7) E: Truckin'
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|Here Comes Sunshine>|
|Like A Tumbleweed In Eden|
|Eight Miles High*|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion|
|Just Another Whistle Stop>|
|New Speedway Boogie>|
|I Know You Rider>|
|Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)>|
|Fire On The Mountain|
|Donor Rap/Band Intros|
Phil Lesh, Chris Robinson (vocals, guitar)
Larry Campbell (guitar, mando,violin, ps, etc)
John Molo (drums),
Mookie Siegel (keys)
Barry Sless (guitar+pedalsteel)
Mixed and mastered by Wiz
CD covers can be found at www.phillesh.net
Big thanks to all the mirror sites!
- 2005-12-14 07:26:19
- Chicago, IL
- Chicago Theater
Subject: This Show Is Featured on BackPorch Radio's Jukebox Playlist v2n22 - 6/1/22 - Summer's Here
This show is featured in the "Sunday Boots" section of BackPorch Radio’s Jukebox Playlist (V2 N22) video playlist/review.
The link here is provided in it's video description.
Here is the link to the YouTube video review:
BTW, it's gotta be a good show to make Sunday Boots :)
Subject: Nice Loser
On another note....don't judge the music on this site by the on-board player. I have downloaded some shows because I liked the venue or setlist and was pleasantly surprised by the difference in sound when I played it back on my home system. I DO appreciate the site and the fact that they let you sample the sound. Just keep in mind that there IS a difference.
That being said....download shows even if you don't think the sound is the greatest and then judge on your own system and keep or not. You'll be glad you did.
Subject: Not bad, but not the previousd night
This night is okay. It's not sucky, it's not outstanding. A decent night for a good band. There are definitely some miscues, and I do confess that while Chris Robinson can sing the old Pigpen tunes stronger than ANYBODY ELSE I've ever heard, his leaning heavily on the teleprompter still bugs me. Here Comes Sunshine, Cumberland, Hurricane and Caution with Big Brown were real standouts. The rest was okay, but felt uninspired. Perhaps they were tired after the previous night's fireworks.
Overall, I give it three stars. It was a nice enough evening, but about half of the set lacked passion. If you want the real deal from Chicago 2005, grab the previous evening's show; they delivered it so much on the 25th, listening to the crowd shower him with love before he begin his Donor Rap gives me goosebumps.
I wish Phil would release the DSBD of the 25th, even 6 years after the fact. It's a hell of a show.
Subject: HOT HOT HOT!!!!!
Subject: Ditto Hurricane !
Subject: Groovy man
Subject: Why this night?
Please Phil Release 11/25. It would be an amazing Xmas gift for me
Subject: oh yes, it's a soundboard
Once again, Phil shows who is the man by giving away the music. Rock on, bro!
This has the "inside the tin can" quality that is more prone to an audience mic recording. It is not as clear as the NJPAC DSBD's
Subject: ...floating through the clouds one day...
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