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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Grateful Dead, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, 3-09-1981 (SBD)

Here is an amazing Grateful Dead show from the early 80s.  Garcia sounds great on this.  Honestly you need to hear this.  One of those nights where Garcia just lights it up.  This is why I say, anything without Garcia is not the Grateful Dead. 
Grateful Dead
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
 March 9, 1981
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
-- Slight "Wheel" tease before Good Lovin'
Set 1:
d1t01 - Feel Like A Stranger
d1t02 - Althea ->
d1t03 - C.C. Rider
d1t04 - Ramble On Rose ->
d1t05 - El Paso
d1t06 - Deep Elem Blues
d1t07 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t08 - Bird Song
d1t09 - Minglewood Blues
Set 2:
d2t01 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d2t02 - I Know You Rider ->
d2t03 - Samson And Delilah
d2t04 - Ship Of Fools
d3t01 - Estimated Prophet ->
d3t02 - Uncle John's Band ->
d3t03 - Drums ->
d3t04 - Space ->
d3t05 - The Other One ->
d3t06 - Stella Blue ->
d3t07 - Good Lovin'
d3t08 - U.S. Blues

Grateful Dead, War Memorial Coliseum, Buffalo NY, 5-09-1977 (SBD)

Here is another hot Grateful Dead show from May of 1977.  This one often does not get the attention of the 5-08-1977 show, but to me it is just as hot.  See for yourself , and you decide. 
Grateful Dead
War Memorial Coliseum
Buffalo NY
1st set:
01 - Helps On The Way
02 - Franklins Tower
03 - Cassidy
04 - Brown Eyed Women
05 - Mexicali Blues
06 - Tennessee Jed
07 - Big River
08 - Peggy-O
09 - Sunrise
10 - Music Never Stopped
2nd set:
11 - Bertha
12 - Good Lovin
13 - Ship Of Fools
14 - Estimated Prophet
15 - Other One
16 - Drums
17 - Not Fade Away
18 - Comes A Time
19 - Sugar Magnolia
20 - Uncle Johns Band

Grateful Dead, Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 5-08-1977

This one is often considered one of the greatest shows of all time.  I'll let you decide for yourself.  But the popularity my be because it was widely circulated and the recording quality is amazing.  There is no doubt that it is great, but greatest of all?  Hard to say. 
Grateful Dead
Barton Hall, Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
May 8, 1977
1st set:
Minglewood Blues
El Paso
They Love Each Other
Jack Straw
Lazy Lightnin' / Supplication
Brown Eyed Women
Mama Tried
Row Jimmy
Dancin' in the Streets
2nd set:
Stage banter
Scarlet Begonias
Fire on the Mountain
Estimated Prophet
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
St. Stephen
Morning Dew

One More Saturday Night

Grateful Dead, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT, 5-05-1977 (SBD)

With the Grateful Dead "last shows" being this week, I thought I would post some Grateful Dead as it should be, with Jerry Garcia.   For me it just isn't the Grateful Dead without him. 
Grateful Dead
Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT
May 5, 1977
Set I
01 Tuning ->
02 Promised Land
03 Sugaree
04 Mama Tried ->
05 El Paso
06 Tennessee Jed
07 Looks Like Rain
08 Deal
09 Lazy Lightning ->
10 Supplication
11 Peggy-O
12 Music Never Stopped
-- Set II
13 Tuning ->
14 Bertha
15 Estimated Prophet
16 Scarlet Begonias ->
17 Fire On The Mountain
18 Good Lovin'
19 St. Stephen ->
20 Sugar Magnolia
-- Encore
21 Johnny B. Goode

7" 2-track BBD reel

Shawn Lane and Jonas Hellborg, Charlottesville VA, 4-23-1997 (SBD)

Here is another great Shawn Lane and Jonas Hellborg show.  This one has tons of improvisational jamming.  Amazing musicianship on this.  Again this one comes from Dave Sez, from his extensive archives.  Thanks again Dave.  
Shawn Lane, Jonas Hellborg and Jeff Sipe
The HLS band  (Hellborg, Lane, Sipe)
Charlottesville VA

01 - Improvisation
02 - Improvisation
03 - Improvisation
04 - Stellar Rays
05 - Rice With the Angels

Yes, New Haven CT, 7-24-1971 (SBD)

Bassist Chris Squire, a founding member of progressive British rock band Yes, died Saturday in Phoenix after battling leukemia.  He was with the band from the start back in 1968.  So in his honor some classic Yes from way back in 1971. 
Yale Bowl
New Haven, CT
July 24, 1971
Yours Is No Disgrace
Your Move - All Good People
The Clap - Classical Gas
Perpetual Change

Sunday, June 28, 2015

The Seldom Scene and the Tony Rice Unit, Winterhawk, 7-20-91

Here are two great bluegrass bands fron the Winterhawk Bluegrass festival in New York. The second one, the Tony Rice Unit has special guest Alison Krauss. Both of these are very nice soundboard recordings.
Seldom Scene

Winterhawk Bluegrass Festival
Rothvoss Farm
Amcramdale, NY
July 20, 1991 - Saturday
Source: Soundboard
Lou Reid Guitar
John Duffey Mandolin
Mike Auldridge Dobro
Ben Eldridge Banjo
T. Michael Coleman Bass

Disc 1 45:05
Early Set:
1. Intro
2. Hello Mary Lou
3. Lost In A Memory
4. Blue Ridge Cabin Home
5. Song For Life
6. Pan American
7. It Turns Me Inside Out
8. Sunrise
9. Working On A Building
10. Ron T. makes an announcement
11. How Mountain Girls Can Love
12. Crowd
13. Wrath Of God

Disc 2 45:10
Late Set:
1. Old Train
2. Wait A Minute
3. When It Rains
4. Treasures Untold
5. Breaking New Ground
6. Long Black Veil
7. Big Train From Memphis
8. Hobo On A Freight Train To Heaven
9. Through The Bottom Of The Glass
10. I’ll Be No Stranger There
11. Crowd
12. Walk Through This World With Me

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Tony Rice Unit
Winterhawk Bluegrass Festival
Rothvoss Farm
Amcramdale, NY
July 20, 1991 - Saturday
Source: Soundboard

Tony Rice – Guitar
Wyatt Rice – Guitar
Ricky Simpkins - Fiddle
Ronnie Simpkins – Bass
Jimmy Gaudreau – Mandolin

Alison Krauss – Fiddle

2.Nine Pound Hammer
4.Band Intros
5.Dusty Miller
7.Cattle In The Cane
8.Darcy Farrow
9.Why You Been Gone So Long
10.- Introducing Alison Krauss –
11.Salt Creek
12.Cry, Cry Darling (A. Krauss vocal)
13.Blue Railroad Train
14.Tony gives thanks…
15.John Hardy

Time: 49:08

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U2, the Christian Band that does not want the label

Listen TO THIS!
One, U2, 10-25-2001

I saw Pastor Bill Hybels from Willow Creek Church interview Bono at a leadership conference and Bill asked Bono about if Bono and U2 were Christian. Bono said he didn't like labels and did not want to be placed in with what he saw of Christianity today (I can't blame him). But labels are not how we know if someone follows Jesus. It is if they believe that He died for our sin. It is if we walk out our lives by following His example of sacrifice for others. Here are some quotes that tell me what Bono is. Bono understands Jesus died for our sin. "The point of the death of Christ is that Christ took on the sins of the world, so that what we put out did not come back to us, and that our sinful nature does not reap the obvious death. That’s the point. It should keep us humbled… It’s not our own good works that get us through the gates of Heaven."   Bono understands salvation comes by grace and not by our own works. "And yet, along comes this idea called Grace to upend all that “as you reap, so will you sow” stuff. Grace defies reason and logic. Love interrupts, if you like, the consequences of your actions, which in my case is very good news indeed, because I’ve done a lot of stupid stuff.  I’m holding out for Grace. I’m holding out that Jesus took my sins onto the Cross, because I know who I am, and I hope I don’t have to depend on my own religiosity."  Bono understands that Jesus is not a "good teacher" but is actually God. "Christ says, No. I’m not saying I’m a teacher, don’t call me teacher. I’m not saying I’m a prophet. I’m saying: “I’m the Messiah.” I’m saying: “I am God incarnate.” "And people say: No, no, please, just be a prophet. A prophet we can take."
So Bono is a follower of Christ by words and his time sacrificed on causes to help others shows he is a follower of Christ by deeds as well. But is U2 a Christian band? Well three of the members of U2 met and started out in a church youth group. They may have left organized religion but they have never left their faith. They start each show by praying together. The music is full of biblical quotes, references, and ideas. In fact 40 is essentially Psalm 40. Here are some lyrics from I Still Haven't Found What I Am looking For
"You broke the bonds, Loosed the chains
Carried the cross, Of my shame, Of my shame
You know I believe it,
But I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
It appears that Bono believes that Jesus freed him from sin and died for his sin but is unsatisfied due to what he sees in other Christians and in the world. There are just to many biblical references in their songs to list so here is a link that can help but is by no means the total of it. http://www.atu2.com/lyrics/biblerefs.html Anyway U2 is Christian just not the Christianity that alot of people are used to. So here is my favorite U2 show. It is not rare. In fact you can get this at many other blogs, but I just want it to be at my blog because they (U2) are what my blog is about, leading the blind and lost to the truth in an unconventional way. As Robert Hunter wrote and Jerry Garcia sang "Once in a while you can get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right."

Madison Square Garden
New York City, NY

Disc 1:

101. Intro
102. Elevation
103. Beautiful Day
104. Until The End Of The World
105. New Year's Day
106. I Will Follow
107. Sunday Bloody Sunday
108. Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of
109. Kite
110. Angel Of Harlem
111. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
112. Bad/40

Disc 2:

201. Where The Streets Have No Name
202. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
203. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
204. Bullet The Blue Sky
205. What's Going On
206. New York
207. Bono's Speech
208. One
209. Unchained Melody
210. Walk On

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Throwing Stones

I have found one of the biggest road blocks to people getting to know Jesus and follow His teachings is Christians. They are supposed to lead others to Jesus but instead they chase people away by misrepresenting the grace and love of God.
In the time of Jesus if you were condemned to death by the Jewish community and Levitical Law the form of carrying out the death sentence was public stoning. What I have come to find is that many of the physical things and events of the bible represent spiritual truths and lessons for us today. And public stoning for us represents us publicly condemning or judging another. And that's what many Christians do. They judge or condemn others thinking that pointing out others faults will somehow make them see they need Jesus. Problem is it doesn't work.
What does it say in 1 John 4:7, 8 about those who follow Jesus? They should walk in Love
1John 2:6, He who says he abides in Him ought himself also walk just as He walked. The He is Jesus so we should look at Jesus as our model. So if we want to be Contagious Christians we should look at what Jesus said and did as a model for how we love.
When Jesus encounters people who are living a sinful lifestyle how does He go about dealing with their immorality?

If we look at the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4 He does not dwell on the fact she lives an immoral life. He does not judge or condemn. Jesus said in John 12:47, “I came not to judge the world but to save the world.” And in Luke 6:37 Jesus said, “Judge not and ye shall not be judged, condemn not and ye shall not be condemned.”
Jesus takes it a step further when He encounters the woman caught in the act of adultery in John 8. Not only does He not speak condemnation but He defends her against those who do.
The story of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15:20 can show us what the Fathers heart is like. When the son who went astray came back we see the father running out to meet him. Why would he run and not wait? I believe Deuteronomy 21:18-21 gives us a clue. It says if a man has a stubborn and rebellious son the men of the city shall stone him to death. So I feel he ran to protect the son from the stones.

So are we going to be stone throwers or stone shields to those who we encounter?

Jesus gave nothing but grace to the sinners who lived immoral lives. The only ones he gave out judgment and condemned were the religious ones who lacked humility and pointed out other faults. Jesus said “I will make you fishers of men”. We are just here to catch the fish not clean the fish.
In the end we all sin and the penalty for all sin is the same. No one is better or less of a sinner in Gods eyes. Jesus took off His clothes to wash the feet of the apostles. We are not to cover up our faults when helping others. Jesus showed us how to do it in John 13. When He was cleaning the feet of the Apostles Jesus first took off his clothes. He showed them that He was a human too. That He was like them and then humbly served them. When we minister to others we are most effective when we share in a humble way and serve others. Good results happen when we show others the truth about ourselves that we are imperfect too. We have the best chance of them listening and receiving what we have found to cover them when they know we are just like them (sinners).
One more thing: Our walk will make more impact than our talk. Matthew 25:35-36 shows us we are to feed the hungry, put clothes on the naked, give a drink to the thirsty, take in the homeless, visit the sick and imprisoned.
People won’t want what you share until they know you care.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Bela Fleck and The Flecktones, Camp Mather, CA, 9-02-1990 (FM)

Great musicians stretching the boundaries of musical art forms and creating something new and different.  I haven't seen this one in circulation so I digitized my old tape.  There might be better versions out there but I have not seen them.  Anyway.  There are only three shows of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones from 1990 on the archive and two are audience, so this is a rare treat. 
Bela Fleck and The Flecktones
Strawberry Music Festival
Camp Mather, CA
FM Broadcast
01. Intro
02. Frontiers
03. Flipper
04. Michelle
05. Band Intros
06. Sea Brazil
07. Bass Solo
08. Sunset Road
09. Hurricane Camille
10. Flight Of The Cosmic Hippo
11. Harmonica Jam
12. Turtle Rock
13. Latin Jam
14. Irish Medely
15. Irish Jig
16. Stage Banter
17. Hole In The Wall
18. Mars Intro
19. Space Is A Lonely Place, They're Here

Total Time:  89:58

Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan, Camp Mather, Yosemite, CA 8-31-1990 (FM)

This is from a tape I have had for years.  This is feel good music with a sense of humor.
Two guys playing tin pan alley blues music.  It's acoustic guitar and harmonica.  They are joined by percussionist Jody Huelets, playing a cardboard box, Jack Daniel Gift carton. 
Love songs like "How can I Miss You When You Won't Go Away" and social protest songs like "Who Drank My Beer?" make this a fun listen. I believe the last song is from a show at Amy's Orchid Lounge the next night.  If you want to smile listen to this.
Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan
Strawberry Music festival
Camp Mather
Yosemite, CA
Soundboard -> FM feed -> cassete tape -> Wav
01. It's Your Red Wagon
02. How Can I Miss You When You Won't Go Away?
03. Your Mind Is In The Gutter
04. Should Have Been Me
05. Sweet Georgia Brown (Instrumental)
06. Don't Burn The Candle At Both Ends
07. Filthy Rich
08. Days Like This
09. Thats The Story Of Thats The Glory Of Love (Instrumental)
10. My Last Meal
11. Stage chatter
12. Stage Chatter
13. Don't Roll Those Blood Shot Eyes At Me
14. More Stage Banter
15. Too Much Fun
16. Crowd Noise
17. Dollar Down And A Dollar When I'm Caught
18. Who Drank My Beer
19. Anouncer Talk
Encore Two:
20. Who's In The Jail House Now
21. Chicken A La Blue
If you like what you hear support these guys.  Go here and buy there great music, and go to their shows.  http://www.tomballkennysultan.com/main.html   and http://sitekreator.com/havaball/main_page_bio.html

If you want to see these guys live in a great environment, they often play on Sundays at the Cold Springs Tavern out in the San Marcos Pass north of Santa Barbra.  http://coldspringtavern.com/  Great out of the way outdoors environment for music, food, and something cold to drink.  

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Van Morrison, Carre Theatre, Amsterdam 9-29-1986 (SBD)

This is a pretty good Van Morrison recording.  It is full of some great moments and has pretty good sound quality. 
Van Morrison
Carre Theatre
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
September 29, 1986

1. Celtic Swing
2. Nothern Muse (Solid Ground)
3. Cry For Home
4. She Gives Me Religion
5. Tore Down a la Rimbaud
6. Vanlose Stairway
7. Beautiful Vision
8. Its All in the Game
9. Domino
10. Cleaning Windows
11. Oh the Warm Feeling
12. Here Comes the Knight
13. Dweller on the Threshold
14. Help Me
15. And the Healing Has Begun
16. Gloria
17. In The Garden
18. Full Force Gal
19. Rave On John Donne
Van Morrison: Vocals, guitar, sax, harmonica
Jerome Rinson: Bass
Arty McGlynn: Guitar
Ray Jones: Drums
Richard Buckley: Sax
Martin Drover: Trumpet
Clifford Drinkwater: Keyboards
Helen Bradley: Backing vocals
Joan Joyce: Backing vocals

The Eagles, Voorburg, Netherlands, 3-10-1973 (SBD)

The Eagles
Sporthal De Vliegermolen
Voorburg, Netherlands
March 10, 1973
TV Broadcast/Soundboard Recording
DVD Audio Rip
01 Acapella Intro (from the folk song "Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies")
02 Take It Easy
03 Tequila Sunrise
04 Whatever Happened To Saturday Night
05 Peaceful Easy Feeling
06 How Long
07 A Certain Kind Of Fool
08 Outlaw Man
09 Out Of Control
10 Witchy Woman
11 Keep On Tryin'
12 Early Bird
Glenn Frey - lead, rhythm, slide, & acoustic guitar; lead, harmony & backing vocals
Bernie Leadon -  lead, rhythm, & acoustic guitar; mandolin; banjo; lead, harmony & backing vocals
Randy Meisner - bass; lead, harmony & backing vocals
Don Henley - drums; acoustic guitar; lead, harmony, & backing vocals
MP3 320kps

Eagles with Linda Ronstadt & Jackson Browne, New York, NY, 3-14-1974 (SBD)

The Eagles
with Linda Ronstadt & Jackson Browne
Don Kirshner's Rock Concert
Beacon Theatre
New York, NY
Soundboard Recording

01. Show Intro
02. Peaceful Easy Feeling
03. Already Gone
04. Good Day In Hell
05. Silver Threads and Golden Needles (with Linda Ronstadt)
06. Desperado (with Linda Ronstadt)
07. It Doesn't Matter Anymore (with Linda Ronstadt)
08. Midnight Flyer
09. Twenty One
10. Ol' 55
11. Your Bright Baby Blues (with Jackson Browne)
12. Looking Into You (with Jackson Browne)
13. James Dean
14. Doolin-Dalton > Desperado Reprise
15. Take It Easy (with Linda Ronstadt & Jackson Browne)

Eagles with guests Linda Ronstadt and Jackson Browne
1974 U.S. TV [possibly recorded in New York City at The Beacon Theater]
"Don Kirshner's Rock Concert"

Glenn Frey
Don Henley
Bernie Leadon
Randy Meisner
Don Felder
Linda Ronstadt
Jackson Browne
David Lindley
320 kbps

Eagles, London England, 3-20-1973 (SBD)

BBC Theater
London, England
TV Broadcast, audio

Earlybird Bootleg

1. Train Leaves Here This Morning
2. Saturday Night
3. Peaceful Easy Feeling
4. Certain Kind Of Fool
5. Earlybird
6. Witchy Woman
7. Take It Easy
8. Out Of Control
9. Earlybird (Alternate Take)
10. Already Gone
Tracks 1-9 - BBC Sessions, May 4th, 1973
Track 10 - Live in Kansas 1976 with Alex Karras

Santa Monica Civic
Santa Monica, CA
FM Broadcast August 3rd, 1973
ABC-TV In Concert
11. Tequila Sunrise
12. Earlybird
13. Witchy Woman
Don Henley - Drums, Vocals
Glenn Frey - Guitar, Vocals
Randy Meisner - Bass, Vocals
Bernie Leadon - Guitar, Banjo, Vocals
Runtime - 1 Hour 4 Minutes

Fossil Creek, Arizona

When things start to heat up in Central Arizona there is a special place I like to visit to cool off. It is an amazing place just east of Camp Verde called Fossil Creek. Fossil Creek is a spring fed stream that runs southwest from its source for about fifteen miles and empties into the Verde River.
Fossil Creek is fed by a spring that produces close to a million gallons of crystal clear water an hour. This water comes out of the ground at a perfect 72 degrees and is full of minerals that give the creek an amazing aqua blue color. The surrounding area is a high desert environment in an entrenched canyon with mesquite, pinion pine and Juniper, along with some cactus and yucca. The canyon bottom is about 4300 feet in elevation while the canyon rim is above 6000 feet. While the canyon environment is typical of the high desert the environment along the creek is unique and special due to all the water. Along the creek is one of the most diverse riparian areas in Arizona, with over thirty species of trees and shrubs and over a hundred species of birds that have been observed in this unique habitat.
Visiting Fossil Creek is easy because a road runs parallel to it for a few miles and crosses it on a bridge in one location. The great swimming holes and easy access can make some of the spots very crowded. The places right below the bridge while nice are often very crowded.
Farther up the road from the bridge is a trail access that leads to a beautiful waterfall. The trail is only about a mile or so long and winds along the creek and on the way you pass several small falls and pools that are quite spectacular.
The falls at the end of this trail while often crowded are amazing and well worth the short mile hike. The falls are about 20 feet high with a deep pool of crystal clear water.
Many people come here to dive off the rocks and the falls into the deep water below. And it can be very crowded and busy on the week ends.
 If you want more solitude there are several other spots you can stop between the bridge and the falls trails that all have great swimming opportunities that offer more peace and quiet. 
If you want even more solitude there is a three mile long trail that leads to the spring at the source of the creek. This trail starts farther up the road toward strawberry and drops 1300 feet down to the spring. This will tend to have a little less traffic than the easy to reach spots that are close to the car. Hiking up stream past the falls or downstream from the springs will offer you more solitude as well, where you might find that perfect place to have all to yourself.
The Creek was not always this nice. For a long time much of the water flow was diverted by a dam and traveled by flume to a power plant. The work on the dam and power plant started in 1916 and in the 1920 and 30s this helped supply power to Phoenix. The power plant was decommissioned in 1999 and now the full flow of the creek has been restored, and the results are amazing. 
To get to this desert oasis called Fossil Creek you take Interstate 17 north from Phoenix or south from Flagstaff. You exit on State Route 260 heading east and pass through Camp Verde. You then turn right on Forest Road 708 (sign says Fossil Creek) less than 10 miles from I-17. The forest road is very winding and also very bumpy but it's passable by standard vehicles if you take it slow. It is about 15 miles of dirt road to the Fossil Creek Bridge. You used to be able to come down this same road from Strawberry but there was a landslide and the forest service will not fix it. But that road can get you to a trailhead to hike down into the canyon to get to Fossil Springs (the source of all this water). At Strawberry from Highway 87 you take Fossil Creek Road (Forest Road 708) for about 5 miles to get the Fossil Springs trail head. The first 2 miles or so is paved; the next 3 miles will be on a rough but maintained dirt road that any car can drive on. After about 5 miles on Fossil Creek Road you'll see a turnoff that leads to a parking lot on the right side.  Haven't had enough? Or need more informations? Here is another post for this fantastic Paradise in the desert!

Always check with the Forest Service before trying this.  They frequently close this area and sometimes restrict access to a certain number of people per day. 

Monday, June 22, 2015

Grateful Dead, Boston Music Hall 12-01-1973 (SBD)

This is a beautiful recording from the Grateful Dead during a time when they played some of their most inspired shows.  This fills in the show that was missing from the Dicks Pick #14 that has the show before and after this one.  Garcia has a beautiful guitar tone during this time period, and the playing is inspired. 
Grateful Dead
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA  
December 1, 1973
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
d1t01 - Jam
d1t02 - Blue Suede Shoes
d1t03 - Workingman's Blues
Set 1:
d1t04 - Tuning
d1t05 - Promised Land
d1t06 - Sugaree
d1t07 - Mexicali Blues
d1t08 - Tennessee Jed
d1t09 - Looks Like Rain
d1t10 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d1t11 - I Know You Rider
d1t12 - Big River
d2t01 - Brokedown Palace
d2t02 - Weather Report Suite
d2t03 - Casey Jones
Set 2:
d2t04 - Tuning
d2t05 - Around And Around
d2t06 - They Love Each Other
d2t07 - Me And My Uncle
d2t08 - Don't Ease Me In
d2t09 - Me And Bobby McGee
d3t01 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
d3t02 - Playing In The Band ->
d3t03 - Uncle John's Band ->
d3t04 - Playing In The Band
d3t05 - Row Jimmy
d3t06 - Greatest Story Ever Told
d4t01 - Not Fade Away ->
d4t02 - Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d4t03 - One More Saturday Night
Additional material from:  Tempe AZ,  11-25-1973
Eyes Of The World
Weather Report Suite
Casey Jones
Sugar Magnolia
We Bid You Goodnight


Sunday, June 21, 2015

Emmylou Harris and The O'Kanes , Camp Mather, CA, 9-01-90 (FM)

Here is a cool Emmylou Harris show along with an opening act The O'Kanes, that Emmylou sits in with for a few songs. It's from the Strawberry Music Festival and sounds great. For me Emmylou is an American treasure. I have seen the Emmylou set in a few collections but not the O'Kanes set with Emmylou to go with it.
Emmylou Harris & The Nash Ramblers
Strawberry Music Festival
Camp Mather, California
September 1, 1990

Emmylou Harris – Guitar
Sam Bush – Mandolin, Fiddle
Roy Husky Jr. – Bass
Jon Randall Stewart - Guitar
Al Perkins – Banjo, Dobro
Larry Atamanuik – Drums

1. Intro
2. Roses In The Snow
3. Even Cowgirls Get The Blues
4. Beneath Still Waters
5. Heartbreak Hill
6. Amarillo
7. Instrumental
8. The Other Side Of This Life
9. Green Pastures
10. Two More Bottles Of Wine
11. Hello Stranger
12. If I Needed You
13. One Of These Days
14. Born To Run
15. Price I Pay
16. Band intros
17. Sweet Dreams
18. Leaving Louisiana
19. crowd
20. Poncho And Lefty
- Enter Jamie O'Hara, Kieren Kane & Jerry Douglas -
21. Jambalaya
22. goodnight...
Time: 76:08
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Here is the O'Kanes set that opened the show.  This is mastered off of a first gen. tape I have had since 1990.  I'm pretty sure you can only find it here. 
The O'Kanes
Strawberry Music festival
Camp Mather, CA

Line Of Least Resistance
That's Allright Mama
Blue Love
Daddys Need To grow Up Too
Blue Grass Blues
Can't Stop My Heart
When We Are Gone*
If I Could Be There*
One True Love
I'm Tired Of Running
This Aint' Love
Tell me I Was Dreaming
Why Don't You Care For Me No More?
Lovin' Me Lovin' You
w/Emmylou Harris*
Download Link

Friday, June 19, 2015

Shawn Lane and Jonas Hellborg, Athens, GA 10-16-1996 (SBD)

Here is another great recording of amazing guitarist Shawn Lane and Bass player Jonas Hellborg.  This is another one given to me by Dave Sez from his archives.   THANKS DAVE!!!    It came with this comment
"This is a very nice recording with some extraordinary guitar playing by monster guitarist Shawn Lane together with Swedish bass monster Jonas Hellborg and Jeff Sipe at the drums.
Excellent Sound Quality !!!!"
Jonas Hellborg, Shawn Lane & Jeff Sipe
 Live at the Hi-Hat Club,
Athens, GA,
Jonas Hellborg - Bass
Shawn Lane - Guitar
Jeff Sipe (Apt.Q-258) - Drums
01 - Tune-up
02 - Stellar Rays
03 - Improvisation
04 - Juvalamu
05 - Abstract Logic
06 - La Grange
07 - Teen Town

01 - Improvisation
02 - Improvisation
03 - Baraji

The Flatheads, The Station Inn, Nashville TN, 2-11-1998 (SBD)

The Flatheads bluegrass band was a band that contained bluegrass greats Tim O'Brien, Jerry Douglas, Jeff White, and Charlie Cushman.  They had a great sound and this is a good listen for any bluegrass enthusiast. 
The Flatheads
The Station Inn
Nashville, Tn
The Flatheads are:
Tim O'Brien - Vocals, Mandolin, Fiddle
Jeff White - Guitar, Vocals
Jerry "Calvin" Douglas - Dobro
Charlie Cushman - Banjo
Dennis Crouch - Bass
Set I
Climbing Up A Mountain
Those Little Lies
The Wicked Messenger
Walk The Way The Wind Blows
Take Me In Your Lifeboat
Working On A Building
The Old Plank Road
Soldier's Joy
Cabin Among The Trees
Tombstone Blues
Blue & Lonesome
Let Me Love You One More Time
Set II
Subterranean Homesick Blues
Blue Night
Stay Away From Me
Untold Stories
California Blues
Deep Elem Blues
Money To Burn
"Free CD's"
How Come I Ain't Dead
Right Before My Eyes

Thursday, June 18, 2015

David Nelson Band, Flagstaff, AZ 12-08-2000 (SBD)


This one is worth bringing back.  Another fine soundboard David Nelson Band recording from back in 2000.  Again I first posted this in 2010, and I don't think it was in circulation before that.  So this was or is another Arizona Jones exclusive.   
David Nelson Band
The Alley
Flagstaff, AZ
Freight Train Boogie*
Pretty Little Miss*
Cumberland Blues*
Days That Used To Be
Naked Eye
John Harding's Wedding
Cut And Run ->
Space ->
All You Need Is Love ->
Put A Little Love In Your Heart ->
All You Need Is Love
Long Gone Sam
Iko Iko
Last Eagle
Kick In The Head
Lets Go Get Stoned

David Nelson Band, Tucson AZ, 12-07-2000 (SBD)

Here is a good recording of David Nelson Band from back in 2000.  I don't think I have seen this one anywhere else.  So it appears to be an Arizona Jones exclusive. 
David Nelson Band
Nimbus Brewery
Tucson AZ

01 Intro
02 Rocky Road Blues
03 Tuning
04 Fable Of A Chosen One
05 Stage Banter
06 Keroauc
07 Stage Banter
08 Contract
09 Tuning
10 Different World
11 Wizards Son
12 Space Jam
13 Edge Of The Wire
14 Lets Go Get Stoned
15 Stage Banter
16 Panama Red
17 Set Break
18 Absolutely Sweet Marie
19 Tuning
20 Ragged But Right
21 Lonesome Highway
22 Cut And Run
23 Snake Bit
24 Rag Mama Rag
25 Space
26 Wheel
27 Dead Flowers
28 Crowd Noise
29 This Little Light

Total Time 144:33

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Eric Clapton, Tokyo Japan, October 1993 (SBD)

This one is a really nice Eric Clapton recording, recorded over several nights at Tokyo's Budokan Theater.  It has a great mix of Clapton doing traditional blues like his "Cradle Music" stuff, and some of his classic rock, and a little of  the pop hits he received Grammys for.  It appears to be a Soundboard / PreFM  that was mixed for broadcast with a mix of soundboard with some crowd mics used to get that live ambience.  It was taken from some Mid Valley silvers.  This is a must for any Clapton fan
Eric Clapton
"Into the Fire"
Budokam Theatre
Tokyo, Japan
October 25th,26,27th, 1993

Mid Valley - MVR -SI-001/002 - SB 6 (Scale 1-6)
Disc 1:
1. Malted Milk
2. Terraplane Blues
3. How Long
4.  32-20
5. Kidman Blues
6. County Jail
7.  .44
8. Blues Leave Me Alone
9. Tell Me Mama
10. White Room
11. Badge
12. Wonderful Tonight
13. Stone Free
Disc 2:
1. Circus Left Town
2. Tears in Heaven
3. Crossroads
4. Tearing Us Apart
5. Groaning the Blues
6. Cocaine
7. Ain't Nobody's Business
8. Layla

Ray Charles, Austin Texas 10-23-1979 (SBD)

Here is a classic recording of the legendary Ray Charles.  This is the audio from a TV broadcast.  This is a great example of Ray doing his thing as only Ray could. 
Ray Charles
Austin City Limits Soundstage
Austin Texas

Oh What a Beautiful Morning
Born to Lose
Some Enchanted Evening
Hit the Road Jack
Can't Stop Loving You
I Can See Clearly Now
Classical/Steel Guitar Rag/Yodel
What I Say Vamp
Deep In The Heart of Texas

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Black Crowes, Greek Theater, Los Angeles 6-15-1991 (Pre-FM)

This is a really good early Black Crowes recording.  It is from the Pre-FM discs that the radio stations were given to air the show.  The commercials are all edited out and this is just the live music. 
The Black Crowes
Greek Theater
Los Angeles. CA
Master Pre FM Radio Station Disc
"Album Network"
01 Twice as Hard
02 Thick n Thin
03 Stare it Cold
04 Seeing Things...
05 Sister Luck
06 Hard to Handle
07 Could I've Been so Blind
08 Shake 'em on Down
09 She Talks to Angels
10 Dreams
11 Jealous Again

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Shawn Lane and Jonas Hellborg, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Three shows from October 2000 (SBD)

Here is yet another bunch of recordings of guitar legend Shawn Lane.  This one still has great bass player Jonas Hellborg but has a different drummer and an added keyboard player.  This is three shows on consecutive days in Buenos Aries Argentina.  There are some amazing covers of Hendrix on this that are really worth listening to.  I got this from the Dr. Fusion blog back in the day.  That blog was an amazing source of great recordings.   
Shawn Lane and Jonas Hellborg
La Colorada
Buenos Aires, Argentina
October 13,14,15- 2000

Source: Soundboard
Quality: Very Good+/Excellent

Shawn Lane - Guitar
Jonas Hellborg - Bass
Tommy Priaccus - Keys
Les Birchfield - Drums

CD1 : 10/13/2000
Set List (71:17)
01 - Peace In Mississippi (Hendrix Cover) > Temporal Analogues 1st Movement (excerpt)
02 - Rules Of The Game
03 - Rice With The Angels
04 - Trademark (Eric Johnson Cover)
05 - Movie Theme Song Medley
06 - Rice With The Angels

CD2: 10/14/2000
Set List (70:32)
01 - Peace In Mississippi (Hendrix Cover)
02 - Improvisation > Abstract Logic
03 - Rice With The Angels
04 - Trademark (Eric Johnson Cover)


CD3: 10/15/2000
Set List (71:34)
01 - Rules Of The Game > Peace In Mississippi > Temporal Analogues
02 - Song For Diane
03 - La Grange > Improvisation

Shawn Lane, Jonas Hellborg, Jeff Sipe, Malmo, Sweden, 11-15-1996 (FM)

Here is yet another great recording of Shawn Lane and Jonas Hellborg from back in 1996.  This one was more widely circulated.  It came with some artwork that had a sort of Zen, Middle Eastern feel.  I saw it in two different versions. 
 It is really hot so don't pass this one by.      
Here is what the old artwork looked like, if you prefer that.

Jonas Hellborg, Shawn Lane & Jeff Sipe
Live at Fredman's Jazz Club
Malmo, Sweden
FM Broadcast
Jonas Hellborg - bass
Shawn Lane - guitar
Jeff Sipe (aka Apt Q258) - drums

2. Rag Baraji (19:04)
3. Deep Umbra (6:38)
4. Stellar Rays (8:57)
5. Rice With The Angels (23:34)

Total time: 58:13
At the Dr Fusion blog there was another version of this that is mastered
with different track breaks and labeled a bit different
and it includes the radio intro. 
01 - Intro (0:47)
02 - Baraji (18:40)
03 - Improvisation > Juvalamu (15:52)
04 - Stellar Rays (6:09)
05 - Imrpovisation > Rice with The Angels (17:50)

Total time: 59:17

Shawn Lane, Jonas Hellborg, Jeff Sipe, Winston-Salem, NC, 8-16-1996 (SBD)

He is yet another amazing recording of the great guitarist Shawn Lane and the extremely talented bass player Jonas Hellborg. 
Again this came from Dave Sez and his extensive Dave sez archives.  Another big thanks to Dave!  Dave Sez said "A profound thanks to willjay and the late great Dr. Fusion".  I guess he got it from the Dr. Fusion blog back in the day.  Remember this cat? 
Sad that the blog is no longer active and the links are all dead.  That place was amazing.  Anyway enough of me rambling on.  Here is the show, enjoy! 

Hellborg, Lane and Sipe
Winston-Salem, NC
 A+ quality

Shawn Lane- guitar
Jonas Hellborg - bass
Jeff Sipe - drums

01 - Improvisation
02 - Baraji
03 - Stellar Rays
04 - T. A. O. P. 2nd movement
05 - Improvisation
06 - Rice With the Angels

Shawn Lane, Jonas Hellborg, Jeff Sipe, Berlin, Germany, 9-05-1996 (SBD)

This is another great recording of the fantastic Shawn Lane on guitar and the uber talented Jonas Hellborg on bass.   This is another one that came from Dave Sez and his extensive Dave sez archives.  He was nice enough to contact me and offer this sweet sounding recording.  Another big thanks to Dave!  I have received a good response from the other Shawn Lane posts so I will be posting several more. 
Jonas Hellborg, Shawn Lane, Jeff Sipe
Live at Quasimodo's
Berlin, Germany
September 5, 1996
Soundboard Recording
Sound Quality: A+

Shawn Lane- guitar
Jonas Hellborg - bass
Jeff Sipe - drums

1 - Barua A Soldani
2 - Where You Walk
3 - Juvalamu
4 - Abstract Logic
5 - Improvisation
6 - Stellar Rays
7 - Baraji
8 - Deep Umbra
9 - Improvisation
10 - Pippi Longstocking theme
11 - Improvisation
12 - Rice With the Angels
Total time: 2:12:22


Saturday, June 6, 2015

Yes, Boston, MA, 12-11-1974 (Pre-FM )

This is a really great sounding recording of Yes from the Relayer Tour back in 1974.  I remember how excited I was back then when I bought Relayer and came home and put it on the turntable. 
King Biscuit Flower Hour
Boston Garden
Boston, MA
December 11, 1974
Broadcast in 1975
Pre-FM Recording (Remastered)
01 King Biscuit Flour Hour Intro
02 Firebird Suite
03 Sound Chaser
04 Close to the Edge
05 To Be Over
06 King Biscuit Flour Hour Station Break
01 The Gates of Delirium
02 And You And I
03 Roundabout
04 King Biscuit Flower Hour Outro
Yes 1974:
Jon Anderson vocals, guitar, percussion
Chris Squire bass guitar, bass pedals, vocals
Steve Howe guitars
Alan White drums, percussion
Patrick Moraz keyboards
MP3 320kps

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Grateful Dead, Madison, WI, 2-15-1973 (SBD)

Grateful Dead
Dane County Coliseum
Madison, WI
Soundboard Recording
320 kbps
Artwork Included
01  Jack Straw
02. Box of Rain
1st Set:
01. Loose Lucy
02. Beat It On Down The Line
03. Brown Eyed Women
04. Mexicali Blues
05. Tennessee Jed
06. Looks Like Rain
07. Box of Rain
08. Row Jimmy
09. Jack Straw
10. China Cat Sunflower >
11. I Know You Rider
12. Me & My Uncle
13. Bertha
14. Playin' In The Band
15. Casey Jones
2nd Set:
01. Here Comes Sunshine
02. El Paso
03. You Ain't Woman Enough
04. They Love Each Other
05. Big River
06. Dark Star >
07. Eyes of the World >
08. China Doll
09. Promised Land
10. Sugaree
11. Sugar Magnolia
01. Uncle John's Band
02. One More Saturday Night

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