Dead & Company Concludes Playing In The Sand 2019 – Audio, Video & Setlist

On Sunday, Dead & Company played their final two Collections of the year’s Playing In The Sand destination Occasion at The Barceló at Riviera Maya, Mexico. Showtime supposed the band took the stage while the sun was still shining. The sky was black for the second set which featured a few song selections that surfaced with the super blood wolf moon.

Guitarist Bob Weir directed the show-opening “Sugar Magnolia” along with the band would go back to its “Sunshine Daydream” coda to shut out the set. Fellow guitarist John Mayer fired up “Bertha,” directing the rocker into Weir’s treatment of “Good Lovin. ’& & rdquo; The set moved along with “Brown-Eyed Women,” & & ldquo;Loser” & ldquo &;Sugaree. ” As the sun was setting, a south-of-the-border rendition of “U.S. Blues” was the catalyst to Weir wrapping up the group “Sunshine Daydream. ”

“Scarlet Begonias” obtained the Playing In Sand set began. Bassist Oteil Burbridge was tasked with handling lead vocals following the transition into “Fire On The Mountain. ” The “Dark Star” was subsequently paired with the rising full moon, developing into a psychedelic improvisation that observed keyboardist Jeff Chimenti employing a number of sounds and textures. Mayer worked a solo that was emphatic into a take on “Althea” which arrived in “Dark Star. ” The Present jam segued into the weekend’s inescapable functionality of & & ldquo;Playing In The Band” which mixed in parts of John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme. ”

The stage was then enveloped in the sounds of The Rhythm Devils as drummers Mickey Hart along with Bill Kreutzmann were again joined by Burbridge for “Drums. ” Hart went to The Beam at the onset and came back to his trademark tool throughout the excursion which became a bloodstream wolf moon edition of “Space. ” Weir’s “The Other One” generated more improvisation and arrived into creation. Then arrived a rendition of this latter-Grateful Dead ballad “Standing On The Moon,” using Bobby handling the vocals sung by Jerry Garcia. The ring street the “Casey Jones” train to the place ’s ending.

The encore started with “Eyes Of The World,” which came with Oteil’s typically impressive soloing. Not completed, Dead & Company had one additional nod to the more super blood wolf moon left since they tacked on their fifth operation of Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves Of London. ”

Sugar Magnolia Via

Scarlet Begonias Via

Eyes Of The World Captured by Connor Holleb Good Lovin’, Brown-Eyed Women, Loser, Sugaree, U.S. Blues > Sunshine Daydream

Set Two: Scarlet Begonias > Fire On the Mountain > Dark Star > Althea > Dark Star > Playing In The Band > Drums > Space > The Other One, Standing On The Moon, Casey Jones

Encore: Eyes Of The World > Werewolves Of London

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