Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Medeski, Martin & Wood – Albany, NY (12/01/00)

medeski martin wood - albany 2000

Medeski Martin & Wood
12/01/00
Palace Theater
Albany, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

Set I
Improv >
The Dropper >
Nostalgia In Times Square/Angel Race (I’ll Wait For You) >
Bass’n’Drums outro >
Shacklyn Knights >
Seven Deadlies
Set II
Big Time >
Third Stone From The Sun >
Percussion Improv >
Third Stone From The Sun >
Partido Alto* >
We Are Rolling*^ >
Start/Stop* >
Dracula* >
Bass Solo >
Chubb Sub*

E: Swamp Road*

Comment
With Oren Bloedow & Cyro Baptista for the entire show
* with Trey Anastasio on guitar
^ unfinished

 

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0 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Medeski, Martin & Wood – Albany, NY (12/01/00)

  1. HI,

    I came across your bootleg site and was wondering if you could help me?

    I am new to the bootlegging game and trying to find some bootlegs for a very good friend as both a present and as part of a “quest” (or a bet depending on which one of us you talk too!).

    The deal is I have roughly a month or so to try to find and or download the following bootlegs that my friend ( a DIE HARD MMW fan) has been trying to find for like, well forever. As I am never one to back down from a challenge (especially for a good friend)…I am able to do whatever I can and use and all means at my disposal to try to find these recordings.

    Here is what I am looking for:

    1. May 3, 2001 – Houston – Fitzgerald’s

    2. 2. November 27, 1996 – Austin – Liberty Lunch

    3. 3. 7/23/99 – Austin – Stubbs BBQ

    4. 12/08/01 – New Orleans – Tipitina’s

    If you have any insight, assistance, help with locating these recordings or just want to see if I can find them, please do not hesitate to email me.

    Signed,

    Determined Jersey Girl

  2. Hello,

    I don’t know exactly where you can find those shows, but I can give you some idea on where to look.

    On my right sidebar is a list of a bunch of bootleg sites. Go to each of them and search for the shows. Most of them have a list of the bands they share on their sidebar or listed somewhere so that should make it slightly easier. Also look at their sidebars for other bootlegs sites.

    Next use google. Try searching for the band plus parts of the show information. Try various search terms like the date, or the venue, etc. Start very specific and then move out to more broader terms. Also add music terms like MP3 or FLAC and download.

    Do the searches again except this time use the google image search. I’ve found a lot of shows using the image search. Don’t ask me why it works.

    I’d also look for some MMW sites, especially ones with message boards. Search them and then ask around.

    Lastly I’d go to etree and search the setlists. That’s usually a pretty good indication as to whether or not the shows actually exist (ok that might be a good idea to do first.) Its not an absolute because I’ve found shows that don’t exist in etree for some reason but its a good place to start. If it does exist you can look to see who actually owns the show and then drop them an e-mail asking for a trade or something.

    Good luck.

  3. Hi Matt!

    I have been able to locate almost every show using these methods and my other posts on other forums and websites, but the Fitzgeralds show is proving very hard to find…any thoughts or possibilites on how or any other avenues? my email is lilbeth30@yahoo.com so please feel free to email me:) I have some guys “seeding the 96 and 99 shows for me with the 2001 NO show promised soon (though i am still trying to figure out this seeding and utorrent hing lol) …but i am convcerned about the Houston show as i understand only like 100 people went !

    Thank you so much!

  4. Ps – Apologies for my grammatical and spelling errors above! As I have only about 20 days left for this bet as an early birthday present for my dear friend, I am in overdrive 🙂

    Thank again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ~beth

  5. Sorry I don’t really know what else to suggest. You could search bootsdaily.com and see if they have it. That’s basically a search engine that will look through multiple torrent sties (like bt.etree which I know you’ve already looked through.)

    I did a quick search and found nothing, but with a little digging you might get lucky.

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