Thoughts On The Dead

Musings on the Most Ridiculous Band I Can't Stop Listening To

Worlds Collide (In HQ)

Here’s something else that has nothing, nothing at all, to do with the flaming wreckage of a failed experiment our republic and culture has become: Phil and some very special Phriends from the Warfield in SanFrancisco on 4/15/99. Trapqueen Applefucker and Page from The Phishes joined Phil, along with Steve Kimock and John Molo, and the whole thing kicks ass, starting with the half-hour Viola Lee. Grateful Deads are playing Phosh music, Phishes are playing choogly tunes: mass hysteria.

And, for your convenience, below is the set list and you can just click on whichever time code you want. I do things for you people.

Set 1 0:00 Viola Lee Blues 33:58 Big Railroad Blues 44:02 Jack-A-Roe 50:00 Cosmic Charlie 1:02:42 Wolfman’s Brother 1:16:50 Uncle John’s Band

Set 2 1:41:43 Alabama Getaway 1:50:33 Sugaree 2:12:59 Like a Rolling Stone 2:23:50 I Know You Rider 2:37:50 Row Jimmy 2:47:23 Shakedown Street 3:06:38 The Wheel 3:15:54 Not Fade Away
Encore 3:30:35 Donor Rap & Band Intros 3:33:45 Mr Tambourine Man

4 Comments

  1. Making me all sentimental – Going was not in the realm of possibilities and the time between reading the setlist on gadiel.com and getting the tapes was an eternity. I could go on and on but I just caught Parish enjoying the show in the background so I’ll save you my nostalgia and revel in this Viola Lee Blues instead.

  2. Kudos to Kevin for his hard work on this, and thanks to TotD for the YouTube links. For those who care, a DVD9 file is also available for download at Lossless Legs.

  3. but wasn’t the show actually at the warphield? ho ho!

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