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Published: 2013/02/21

Bob Weir, Jonathan Wilson & Jason Crosby Team Up for Weir Here

Jonathan Wilson and Jason Crosby joined Bob Weir for Weir Here at TRI Studios last night. Weir and Crosby got started with a rendition of Bob Dylan’s “When I Paint My Masterpiece,” followed by Wilson and Weir performing Dylan’s “Maggie’s Farm” and “West L.A. Fadeaway.” The three then got back together for another Dylan tune, “All Along the Watchtower,” and then “Deep Elem Blues” before stopping for a little while so Weir could discuss the night’s topic, Egypt, with longtime Grateful Dead associate Steve Parish. Wilson then came out for a solo performance of his song “Moses Pain.” Next, Weir and Parish talked about Egypt a bit more before wrapping up the music with “Playin in the Band” > The Beatles’ “Dear Prudence” > “Going Down The Road Feeling Bad.”


There are 4 comments associated with this post

dk70 February 21, 2013, 16:39:49

“Masterpiece” is Dylan also. C’mon maaaan..

not quite February 21, 2013, 18:07:30

dylan wrote it but the band were the first to record it. i guess they should have gone with dylan on that one but still a tough call.

beachgal February 21, 2013, 23:18:05

Dear Prudence was the best thing I have heard all month! The 3 guys created magic. Hope it gets it’s own Tri video on YouTube.

Befuddled February 22, 2013, 23:14:13

“not quite” indeed. It’s not even close. Masterpiece is Dylan. Period. End of discussion. No one worth their weight in music confuses it as such (and I’m a Band fan!). They should “gone” with Dylan? What are you kidding? This is yet another factual error by the site’s writers.

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