Terrapin Crossroads has announced the upcoming release of a compilation studio album entitled Buckle Up Kids, Vol. 1: The Music Of Terrapin Crossroads. Set for a release on December 17, the LP feature many of the regular performers at the San Rafael, California venue/restaurant, including its owner Phil Lesh.
The 11-song effort features a total of 23 musicians and mixes originals, covers and never-before-heard new songs. The album was recorded over two days in April inside the Great Room at Terrapin Crossroads. Along with the Grateful Dead bassist, the album also includes contributions from the Terrapin Family Band and Terrapin All-Stars, Midnight North, Stu Kelly, Scott Guberman, Eric DiBerardino, Ezra Lipp, Alex Jordan, Brian Rashap, Craig MacArthur, Scott Padden, Colonel & The Mermaids and others.
Terrapin Crossroads will host an album release party on December 17 at the venue’s bar. The event will have performances by Alexander Nelson & Friends and Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band.
Buckle Up Kids, Vol. 1: The Music Of Terrapin Crossroads Tracklist
- Midnight North w/s/g Scott Guberman & Craig MacArthur – Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
- Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band w/s/g Stu Allen & Scott Guberman – Spots Of Time
- Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band w/s/g Stu Allen & Scott Guberman – Just A Little Light
- Alex Jordan & The Terrapin All-Stars – I Know I’ll Be OK
- Alexander Nelson & The Terrapin All-Stars – Goodbye Old Missoula
- Scott Padden & The Terrapin All-Stars – Happy
- Craig Macarthur & The Terrapin All-Stars – Time Waits For No One
- Brian Rashap & The Terrapin All-Stars – Later Days
- Eric DiBerardino & The Terrapin All-Stars – Ho-Di-Ko-Di-Ya-La-Ma-La
- Ezra Lipp & The Terrapin All-Stars – Man Without A Band
- Colonel & The Mermaids – Magic Jellybean
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