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Bob Weir Focuses on Old West & Musical Simplicity on ‘Blue Mountain’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

After a rocky period in the final days of his tenure co-leading Furthur with Phil Lesh, Bob Weir kept a fairly low profile in the weeks leading up to 2015?s Fare Thee Well shows with the bassist and his two other Grateful Dead brethren. But the guitarist/songwriter acquitted himself so stylishly in the three Chicago […] The post Bob Weir Focuses on Old West & Musical Simplicity on ‘Blue Mountain’ (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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