Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by onepixel, May 13, 2010.
28 June 1975
*I was @ this concert*
San Francisco, CA
16 May 1970
22 March 1972
Lucinda Williams - "Live @ the Fillmore"
CTI All-Stars – CTI Summer Jazz At The Hollywood Bowl, Live One. LP 1977
Airto Moreira, Billy Cobham, Bob James, Esther Phillips, Eumir Deodato, Freddie Hubbard, George Benson, Grover Washington, Jr., Hank Crawford, Hubert Laws, Jack DeJohnette, Joe Farrell, Johnny Hammond, Milt Jackson, Ron Carter, Stanley Turpentine
Spirit - Detroit 19 Oct 1984
Johnny & Edgar Winter – Together. LP 1976
Recorded Live at Swing Auditorium, San Diego Sports Arena
I saw the Winter bros and friends (Derringer, Hobbs, Hartman, and Ruff) @ that tour. It really marked the return of Johnny to "active" musical duty. He seemed to have been reborn @ the Blue Sky and, later, Alligator, recording labels.
Christie Moore - "Box Set 1964-2004" (disc 5 - Lilac)
Some cuts are live, others are outtakes, b sides, etc.
Lucky you! I had forgotten this album and I was super stoked to find it. It's really good.
Cheap Trick – Cheap Trick At Budokan. LP 1979
Recorded live at the Budokan, in Japan
Richard Thompson - "RT: The Life and Music of Richard Thompson - disc 2"
Hot Tuna - S/T
Asbury Park, NJ
March 29, 2017
Holly Bowling - Keyboards
Soundboard + Schoeps MK41v's(at Soundboard)>Schoeps KCY250/05i>Schoeps VST62iu>Sound Devices 788t (recorded at 24 Bit/48 khz)
SD788t>Nuendo 4 (Mix) Sony Sound Forge Pro 11 (Fades,iZotope MBIT+ Bit depth conversion to 16 Bit/44.1khz)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader's Little He$
Recorded/Processed By Keith Litzenberger
01 My Friend, My Friend
02 Estimated Prophet >
03 Train Song
04 Crazy Fingers >
06 Cryptical Envelopment >
07 The Other One >
08 Cryptical Envelopment >
01 Tweezer >
02 Lost Sailor >
03 Theme from the Bottom >
04 Wharf Rat > *
05 Theme from the Bottom >
06 Lost Sailor > **
07 Saint of Circumstance ***
08 Cars, Trucks, Buses ***
* w/ The Other One tease
** w/ Theme from the Bottom mashup
*** w/ Tweezer Reprise teases
Nice rig, gotta love those hippie jam bands! (didnt realize the 41 supercardioid capsule came in a vertical mount version, been out of the loop for a while, used to have the 4v vertical cardioid caps)
Dead on the Mountain (reggae artists play grateful dead songs), Fillmore West 6-7-97 SBD>Tascam DAP1 DAT, clone from master.
Dave Brubeck recorded a live album at Concertgebouw 10 years earlier. Weird how I remembered that. Maybe because the album is really good.
Leonard Cohen - "Can't Forget"
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