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Phil Lesh & Friends - Wolfman's Brother (Phish cover)



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Phil Lesh & Friends - "Wolfman's Brother" (Phish cover)
(7,7 Mo 128 kbps MP3 / SHN)

C'est Phil ou Warren qui chante? C'est une catastrophe! Mais l'histoire est quand même belle: le Grateful Dead ont plus qu'inspiré Phish, et ce sont maintenant les membres restants du Dead qui reprennnent du Phish: la boucle est bouclée. Ça joue super bien, mais ça chante super mal...
Enregistré live à Burlington, VT, au Memorial Auditorium, 2000-09-30
Rob Barraco (keyboards, vocals); Warren Haynes (guitar, vocals); Jimmy Herring (guitar); Phil Lesh (bass guitar, vocals); John Molo (drums)

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