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Published: 2012/05/14

Phil Lesh Covers Gillian Welch at Sunday’s West Coast Ramble

A clip of Friday’s Ramble

Phil Lesh returned to San Rafael, CA’s Terrapin Crossroads last night for another Ramble. Like his other weekend Rambles, Lesh’s band last night featured Chris Robinson (vocals/guitar), Tim Bluhm (vocals/guitar), Nicki Bluhm (vocals), RatDog’s Mark Karan (vocals/guitar), Ryan Adams & the Cardinals’ Jon Graboff (pedal steel), Grahame Lesh (vocals/guitar), Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s Adam MacDougall (keyboards) and Railroad Earth’s John Sherkhan (mandolin). While both Friday and Saturday’s Rambles mixed a unique selection of covers with originals and classic songs associated with the Grateful Dead repertoire, last night’s show felt closer to a traditional Dead-related performance. But the Ramble band did bust into a take on Gillian Welch’s “Look at Miss Ohio” during their second set. The 2003 Soul Journey classic was sung by Nicki Bluhm.

The ensemble also nodded to Levon Helm with another take on The Band’s “The Weight,” with Robinson, Karan, Nicki Bluhm and Grahame Lesh splitting vocals.

Lesh’s West Coast Rambles will resume this Thursday. Please click here for a look at this weekend’s other performances.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist via Philzone.org

Sunday May 13, Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafael, CA

Set I:
Alabama Getaway
Friend of the Devil
Deal
The Weight
Peggy-0
Look at Miss Ohio
Mississippi Half-Step

Set II:
Bertha
Hard To Handle
Cold Rain & Snow
West LA Fade Away
Death Dont Have No Mercy
Althea
The Wheel>
Goin Down The Road Feelin Bad

E:
Not Fade Away

Comments

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bryontreece May 14, 2012, 11:48:48

Why won’t they let me pay them to download these shows?? I’d gladly do it. I need to hear these shows!!!

Walthers May 14, 2012, 13:04:42

Some audience recordings on etree this morning, not sure of the quality but at least you can check them out. If Phil did decide to release these recordings I would buy them for sure!

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