Sep 1, 2016 • 10:25 am PDT
Pro-shot footage of Deaner’s guest spot on “The Mollusk” has surfaced thanks to Boognish Monster:
Les Claypool and Sean Lennon continued their The Claypool Lennon Delirium Tour at The Fillmore in Philadelphia on Wednesday night. The band was joined by special guest Dean Ween for a Ween song as part of their main set and once again Les honored the late actor Gene Wilder.
Deaner came out towards the middle of The CLD’s set and sang lead on the title track from Ween’s 1997 album The Mollusk. Claypool referred to his longtime friend and fishing partner as “Steve Ween” and took a solo as part of the performance of “The Mollusk.” While Les has sat-in on “The Mollusk” with Deaner’s band, this was the first time Ween returned the favor with The Claypool Lennon Delirium. The evening came to a close with a solo Les version of the Primus classic “Too Many Puppies” followed by a lengthy “Southbound Pachyderm” complete with “Pure Imagination” lyrics.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium now heads to Washington, D.C. for a Thursday night show.
Watch fan-shot footage of the guest spot captured by 215music:
Here’s a second view via We’ve Got It Simple:
The Claypool Lennon Delirium at The Fillmore Philadelphia
- There's No Underwear in Space
- Thela Hun Ginjeet
- Cricket and the Genie (Movement I, The Delirium)
- Cricket and the Genie (Movement II, Oratorio Di Cricket)
- Breath of a Salesman
- The Monolith of Phobos
- Heart of the Sunrise
- Cosmic Highway
- Boomerang Baby
- The Mollusk
- Mr. Wright
- The Court of the Crimson King
- Astronomy Domine
- Captain Lariat
- Tomorrow Never Knows
- Too Many Puppies
- Southbound Pachyderm
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