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- Entire first set with Phil Lesh
- Estimated Prophet with Reid Genauer
- There is some distortion during Mississippi Half-Step. This was coming from the stage and is therefore on the master.
- Photos by Jay Blakesberg
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bushpilot11 — 7/24/2018 1:38:29 PM
"Set 1: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo1> Franklin's Tower, Althea1, Box of Rain, Esitmated Prophet1> Eyes Of The World2> The Other One, Hard to Handle1 /////// Set 2: St. Augustine> 32 Things, Prestige Worldwide, The Road, Hi and Lo> Tubing The River Styx> The Pit> Lazarus /////// Encore: Time Again /////// FTP w/ Phil Lesh on bass / vox; no rob. LTP 10/31/2009 w/ Phil Lesh on bass / vox; no rob. /////// Chuck takes an admirable risk on Half-Step, and the jam into Frank is a fine one. More bravery from him on Althea, and a nice jam during Box. No offense to RG, but Estimated sounds like it’s time to go hit the head, or outside maybe. Is he also a butcher? But I kid - not even Jerry fired on all cylinders all the time. Courage here from him, for sure. The jam into Eyes def brings you back, then Jim takes a nice turn through the melody before Rob comes out to thunderclap alongside Phil into TOO. /////// Lotsa fun wandering out of Auggie, sit back and relax, but we hit a hiccup about 10 minutes into 32, quick recovery notwithstanding. Chuck takes some ribbing before starting Prestige, which Al gets after with a quickness. Hi & Lo gets all the way down to the bottom pretty deceptively, and we come across Lazarus with equally short notice. We’ll rise from The Dead again tomorrow, time flies when you’re having fun."