Phil and Friends' set from the Echo Project festival will be streaming live for FREE this weekend! Here are the details:
Sunday, October 14, 2007
Pending their approval, we will also add their set to our archives after the festival.
Enjoy the show!
see ya at the show tonight!!!!!
thank you phil....
Drop me a note and maybe we can say hi before the show. I have tye-dye butterflies today thinking about the show.
Tonight Phil's at the Tweeter in Camden NJ !!
Thank you Phil and the boys for dragging my ass out of the funk I was stuck in last night!!! You guys rocked like you did in the good ol days! Thx for restoring the faith! The other one left me born again....
'so I think I'll drift for old where it's at where the weed grows green and fine,And wrap myself around a bush of that bright whoah,oh,Oaxaca vine'-R.P.and P.L.
what a great ratdog summer
ready for some phalll philllll
PITTT to VA ANYONE?
SOME FOLKS LOOK FOR ANSWERS
OTHERS LOOK FOR FIGHTS
I can tell your future
Look what's in your hand
But I can't stop for nothing
I'm just playing in the band
Read all about the current lineup here.
There was no opening act at the Greek, but that's all I can speak for!
Does Phil have anyone opening for him?
I got miracled in during the break and saw Candyman, The Wheel, Lazy River Road, Sugar Mag, Playin' in the Band, St. Stephen, Hard Rain, Tom Thumb's Blues, and It's All Over Now, Baby Blue by Bob Dylan...and outside in front I heard Cumberland Blues and before I got there I heard they played Deal and The Weight by the Band from Big Pink. Lots of loud country-western rock! He was good. Where's the set list?
Phil made a speech at the end and asked everyone to sign up for organ donations: "Tell a family member that you want your organs donated in case something should happen to you!"
Eric Abrahamson, Yale University, Pierson '71
945 Ohlone Ave., Apt. 965
UC Village Albany, East Village
Albany, CA 94706
The Dude twists the knob of an old AM radio back and forward as static gives way to occasional blips of mono toned voices, Gospel sermons and Latino commercials. Suddenly the sound of bowling balls rolling down polished wooden lanes and pins crashing comes into full and clear stereo volume, filling the room as if itself a bowling alley. The Dude smiles and closes his eyes while muttering, "Now let's see what Jerry's up to...."
The Dude Abides!