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Phil Lesh (born March 15, 1940 in Berkeley, California) is a musician and a founding member of The Grateful Dead, with whom he played bass for the entire 30-year career.After the group disbanded in 1995, Lesch continued the tradition of Grateful Dead music with a side project of the family of Phil Lesch and friends who paid tribute to the music of the dead, playing their originals, covers common, and songs from members of his group. Phil Lesh tickets and friends helped to support a legitimate entity for music groups to continue, and according to many fans as the prime-band.Although Dead Lesch began as a violinist in high school, he switched to trumpet. The study by Bob Hansen, he had a keen interest in avant-garde classical music and free jazz, he also studied under the Italian modernist Luciano Berio at Mills College (classmates included minimalist composer Steve Reich, and future Dead keyboardist Tom Constanten). While still a college student he met then-bluegrass banjo player Jerry Garcia. Despite antipodes musical interests, they formed a friendship and eventually was persuaded Lesch is a bass guitarist in a rock band new Garcia, then known as the Warlocks. He joined them for their third or fourth concert (memories vary) and stayed until the very end. Lesch said that another group made a record called sorcerers, when he found his own album in the store.Phil Lesh event invited other members of the group that they change their names.Lesch had never played bass before joining the group, which meant that he had learned to “work”, but it also meant that he had no bias toward the traditional “instrument rhythm section” role. Indeed, he said that his style of play influenced more by Bach counterpoint than rock or soul bass players (although you can also hear the power of mobility and a jazz bassist such as Charles Mingus or Jimmy Garrison in Lesh, along with stylistic allusions colleagues in San Francisco psychedelic era bassist Jack Casady).
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