There and Back Again (Phil Lesh album)

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There and Back Again
Studio album by Phil Lesh and Friends
Released May 21, 2002
Genre Rock
Jam band
Length 63:20
Label Columbia
Producer Don Gehman
Phil Lesh and Friends chronology
Love Will See You Through
(1999)
There and Back Again
(2002)
Live at the Warfield
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
The Music Box 2.5/5 stars[2]

There and Back Again is the first studio album, and second album overall, by Phil Lesh and Friends. It was released by Columbia Records in 2002.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Celebration" (Lesh, Hunter)
  2. "Night of a Thousand Stars" (Lesh, Haynes, Hunter)
  3. "The Real Thing" (Haynes)
  4. "Again and Again" (Herring, Hunter)
  5. "No More Do I" (Lesh, Hunter)
  6. "Patchwork Quilt" (Haynes)
  7. "Liberty" (Garcia, Hunter)
  8. "Midnight Train" (Lesh)
  9. "Leave Me Out of This" (Barraco, Mattson)
  10. "Welcome to the Underground" (Haynes)
  11. "Rock-n-Roll Blues" (Lesh, Hunter)

Personnel[edit]

Limited edition[edit]

There and Back Again was released in two different versions, the regular album, and a Limited Edition album. The Limited Edition includes a second CD that is 52:14 long and that contains studio and live performances of four more songs.

  1. "Passenger" (Lesh, Monk) — recorded at The Plant, Sausalito, California
  2. "St. Stephen" (Garcia, Hunter, Lesh) — 4/4/02, Denver, Colorado, with Derek Trucks
  3. "Dark Star" (Garcia, Hunter, Lesh, Weir, Kreutzmann, McKernan) — 12/31/01, Oakland, California, with Derek Trucks
  4. "The Eleven" (Lesh, Hunter) — 3/30/02, San Francisco, California

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William (2011). "There and Back Again - Phil Lesh | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 7 August 2011. 
  2. ^ Metzger, John (2011). "Phil Lesh & Friends - There and Back Again (Album Review)". musicbox-online.com. Retrieved 7 August 2011. 
  3. ^ Dansby, Andrew. "Lesh to Drop Album on New Label", Rolling Stone, March 22, 2002 at the Wayback Machine (archived October 2, 2007)