Phil Lesh & Friends Live at the Warfield (2006)

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Shot over two nights in May 2006 at San Francisco's venerable Warfield Theater, this concert film presents founding Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh leading his own band reinterpreting ... See full summary »


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24 June 2007 | cameronferguson
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| Quite Crunchy
Sorry to spoil it for you, but this DVD rocks. 12 years after the Grateful Dead, Phil is still one of jam bands most prominent figures. With an amazing band backing him, Dr. Phil drops bombs all throughout some classic Dead tunes. Seriously, if you have a good sound system with a good sub woofer, you should probably put up the fine china because his bass causes earthquakes. Additionally, this DVD is awesome from start to finish and filmed with excellent sound and picture quality. Couldn't really ask for much more in this department. Highlight includes: EVERYTHING This is definitely a concert that every Deadhead should own. Actually, any Jam Band fan in general should get it.

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Franklin's Tower
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Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzmann, Robert Hunter
Performed by Phil Lesh and Friends

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