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Published: 2013/01/26

God Street Wine Ramble With Lesh, Kadlecik and Chimenti Again

Photo via the “Bring Back God Street Wine” Facebook group

John Kadlecik and Jeff Chimenti joined God Street Wine during their opening set at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, CA last night. The Furthur guitarist and keyboardist made their appearance on a cover of Billy Roberts’ “Hey Joe” and “Get On The Train,” which closed out the set.

Kadlecik, Chimenti and Phil Lesh once again joined God Street Wine for the main “Ramble” of the evening. The middle of the first set consisted of a long jam that began with “He’s Gone”, which moved into a John Coltrane-based “A Love Supreme Jam” that was followed by “Loser.” That song then played into Bob Dylan’s “Simple Twist of Fate” before coming to a close with “It Must’ve Been the Roses.” The second set also saw renditions of The Meters’ “Hey Pocky Way” and Paul Simon’s “Late In The Evening.” The show wrapped up with an encore of Dylan’s “Tangled Up In Blue.”

Last night’s full setlists can be viewed below. As previously reported, God Street Wine will be joined by Lesh, Kadlecik and Chimenti again tonight for the last performance of their three-night Terrapin Crossroads run. Fans will be able to livestream the show here.

Here’s a look at last night’s God Street Wine and Ramble setlists via Philzone

God Street Wine, Thursday, January 25, Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafeal, CA

God Street, Light My Candles, Wall, The Ballroom > Epiphany > Bring Back The News, Hey Joe* > Get On The Train*

(*)with Jeff Chimenti and John Kadlecik

God Street Wine with Phil Lesh, John Kadlecik and Jeff Chimenti, Thursday, January 24, Terrapin Crossroads, San Rafeal, CA

Set I:
Viola Lee Blues, He’s Gone > A Love Supreme Jam > Loser > Simple Twist of Fate > It Must’ve Been the Roses, Pride of Cucamonga, Casey Jones

Set II:
Franklin’s Tower, Hey Pocky Way, Scarlet Begonias > Jam > Late in the Evening, Uncle John’s Band > Jam > The Wheel > Other One Jam> Other One > Fire on the Mountain

E:
Tangled Up in Blue

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