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Monday, June 30, 2014

Steely Dan, Toronto, July 22, 2011 (soundboard)

Steely Dan July 22, 2011
"Shuffle Diplomacy - Twenty Eleven"
Molson Amphitheater
Toronto, Canada
Quality A++
Disc 1
01 Dizzy's Bidness - Jazz Intro
02 Aja
03 Black Friday
04 Hey Nineteen
05 Your Gold Teeth
06 Time Out of Mind
07 Show Biz Kids
08 Bodhisattva
09 Dirty Work
10 Godwhacker
Disc 2
01 Neighbor's Daughter(James Brown cover)/Band intros by Walt
02 Monkey in Your Soul
03 Josie
04 Peg
05 My Old School
06 Reelin' in the Years
07 Pretzel Logic
08 Kid Charlemagne
09 Last Tango In Paris - Exit Music
Donald Fagen: Vocals, Fender Rhodes, Melodica
Walter Becker: Guitar, Vocals
along with, The Miles High Big Band featuring The Embassy Brats (2011)
Keith Carlock: Drums
“Ready” Freddie Washington: Fender P-Bass
Jon Herington: Guitars
Jim Beard: Acoustic Piano, Nord Electro, Hammond
Michael Leonhart: Trumpet, percussion
Roger Rosenberg: Baritone Saxophone
Walt Weiskof: Tenor and Alto Saxophone
Jim Pugh: Tenor Trombone
Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery: Vocals, percussion
Cindy Mizelle: Vocals, percussion
Catherine Russell: Vocals, percussion

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Big Sur 1969

Someone requested I upload this one again, so here it is.  This recording is just part of a music festival that included Joni Mitchell, and Joan Baez. It took place in beautiful Big Sur on a bluff overlooking the ocean. The stage was set up in front of a swimming pool and the crowd looked acoss the pool to the stage with the Pacific Ocean as the background. The recording has some unusual moments with crowd participation, where there is a heckler and then some children who are heard. It gives it a unique feel and is an interesting document of the late 60s. There is also an apearance of Dave Mason that makes this unique. Just thinking of Big Sur brings back fond memories of the years I spent living on the Cental Coast of California just south of Big Sur. Beautiful does not even describe this area where you have a combination of cliffs meeting the ocean, the groves of costal redwoods, the Big Sur River, and secluded beaches and coves.

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Big Sur Folk Festival,
Esalen Institute
Big Sur, CA
September 13 and 14, 1969

Disc one:
01. Helplessly hoping (Stills)
02. Guinnevere (Crosby)
03. Lady of the island (Nash)
04. Birds (Young)
05. 4+20 (Stills)
06. You don't have to cry (Stills)
07. World in changes (Dave Mason)
08. Only you know and I know (Dave Mason)
09. Suite: Judy blue eyes (Stills)

Disc two:
01. Pre-road downs (Nash)
02. Long time gone (Crosby)
03. Bluebird revisited (Stills)
04. Sea of madness (Young)
05. Wooden ships (Stills/Crosby/Kantner)
06. Down by the river (Young)

September 13, 1969: disc 1, tracks 1-8 and disc 2, tracks 5-6
September 14, 1969: disc 1, track 9 and disc 2, tracks 1-4
The best quality version from Italian bootleg CDs "Long time gone" (Oil Well RSC CD 094, 1995) and "Bluebird revisited" (Oil Well RSC CD 095, 1995)


Here are a couple of photos of the Big Sur region, just to get you in the mood.

In the first one you can see a small waterfall that drops onto the beach. And the second one is of the same cove just from the south side on the bluff above the waterfall.
The third is just a typical view of the coast from a highway viewpoint. The last is along the Big Sur River at a place called the Big Sur Inn. Note the bench where you can sit with your feet soaking in the river. What a nice place to hang out.

Strength In Numbers, 9-02-90

Strength In Numbers is a bluegrass band that was formed by the very best of bluegrass, Bela Fleck on Banjo, Sam Bush on Mandolin, Mark O'Conor on guitar and violin, Jerry Douglas on dobro, Edgar Meyer on bass. This is beyond conventional bluegrass, taking the art form to new places. These guys are an amazing group of musicians and this is a pretty good recording of them. This is recorded off an old tape I have had for years. Its a soundboard recording taped off a local FM live broadcast from the music festival.

Strength In Numbers
Strawberry Music Festival
Another Morning, Unfolding, Future Man, Pink Flamingos, Duke & Cookie,
One Winter's Night, Limerock, Around About Midnight, Sailin' Shoes, Macedonia
Lochs of Dread, No Apologies, Slopes, Blue Men of the Sahara, Emphysema Two Step, Plasma, Salty Dog, Instrumental

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