Phil Lesh and The “Q” @ Terrapin Crossroads: Night Two

Phil Lesh, Rob Barraco, Warren Haynes, Jimmy Herring and John Molo – otherwise known as The “Q” – returned to Terrapin Crossroads last night for the second of four consecutive shows at the San Rafael, California venue. After a late start to which Lesh noted the band was on “MST or Musicians Standard Time,” The “Q” dug right in for two jam-filled sets filled with Dead tunes and classic rock covers.

Phil and his mates dusted off a few treats from their ’00 – ’02 hey day by including a bit of Good Times Bad Times into St. Stephen, covering The Band’s Acadian Driftwood and tackling Warren chestnuts Patchwork Quilt and Soulshine. A surprise came in the second set when The “Q” tackled Jessica by the Allman Brothers Band before the spotlight turned to Lesh for Unbroken Chain.

Set One:  Jam > The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion), Soulshine > Good Lovin’ > Sugaree, Acadian Driftwood, Mississippi Half-Step > Cumberland Blues

Set Two:  Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain, Patchwork Quilt > St. Stephen > Good Times Bad Times (One Verse) > St. Stephen > Millennium Jam > The Eleven > Jessica > Unbroken Chain > Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad > And We Bid You Goodnight, Donor Speech

Encore:  Casey Jones

[Setlist compiled by Duanebase]

Here’s audio of the Phil Lesh Quintet from last night via Quinn on Philzone.org

Check out The “Q”‘s cover of Acadian Driftwood…

And here’s the sensational Patchwork Quilt > St. Stephen > Good Times Bad Times (One Verse) > St. Stephen > Millennium Jam > The Eleven > Jessica sequence…

The “Q” plays Terrapin Crossroads tonight and tomorrow. You can watch the webcast from home.


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2 thoughts on “Phil Lesh and The “Q” @ Terrapin Crossroads: Night Two

  1. CashCrowe Reply

    Can Phil please put Furthur on the shelf and get the Q back on the road?

  2. andrew Reply

    That audio is beyond incredible…

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