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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Jazz Is Dead, 8-18-2001

Someone requested some Jazz is Dead with Jeff Pevar. So here is the best example I could find. Early and late shows, more than three hours of music. And really remarkable recording quality.

Bottom Line
New York City
New York
August 18, 2001 (2001-08-18)
Early and Late Shows

Alphonso Johnson, T Lavitz, Jeff Pevar, Rod Morgenstein

Early Show
D1 (3 Tracks) (45:44)
1) Tennessee Jed / Band Introduction
2) China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider ->
3) Easy Wind

D2 (4 Tracks) (42:46)
1) Black Peter
2) Cumberland Blues
3) Help On The Way -> Slipknot! / Band Introduction
4) Morning Dew

Late Show
D1 (4 Tracks) (48:31)
1) Crazy Fingers / Band Introduction
2) St. Stephen -> The Eleven
3) Sugar Magnolia ->
4) Scarlet Begonias

D2 (4 Tracks) (45:00)
1) Uncle John's Band
2) Dire Wolf
3) Truckin' / Band & Crew Introduction
4) Attics Of My Life

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  1. Arizona
    Do you have Jerry and Merl June 4 1974 from San Anselmo? I do, but there are cuts in Dixie Down and I am trying to figure out whether it is that way on the original.

  2. I don't think I have that. Sorry.

  3. Found it here

  4. It was me who requested it. Thanks Mr. Jones. You are the cat!

  5. Another request: it would be great a live recording of the Jazz Is Dead trio with Pevar, T Lavitz and Jerry Goodman. I know it's difficult, but you are my only hope, Mr. Jones.
    Best, M.

  6. I haven't seen that yet. I did find JID 2001 with Paul Barrere & Fred Tackett of Little Feat. Will post when I have the time.

  7. Thanks in advance, Mr. Jones. I am really enjoying a lot these JID recordings. They were really great. I got a recording of T Lavitz playing in a trio with Billy Cobham and bassist Jeff Berlin, but the sound is terrible, specially on the B side of the cassette tape.

  8. Wonder if you could re-up this one