Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bonnie Raitt – Hempstead, NY (10/17/72)

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BONNIE RAITT
LOWELL GEORGE,JOHN HAMMOND,FREEBO
ULTRASONIC STUDIOS
HEMPSTEAD
NY OCT.17,1972

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD1
1-INTRO
2-LOVE ME LIKE A MAN
3-UNDER THE FALLING SKY
4-TALK
5-LOVE HAS NO PRIDE
6-TALK
7-GOING DOWN TO LOUISIANA
8-TALK
9-CAN’T FIND MY WAY HOME
10-TUNING
11-BIG ROAD
12-YOU GOT TO KNOW HOW
13-TALK
14-APOLITICAL BLUES

CD2
1-TALK
2-COME RIDE IN MY AUTOMOBILE/
3-TALK
4-AS THE YEARS GO PASSING BY
5-WATCH MY PONY RIDE ?
6-I CAN’T BE SATISFIED
7-SKY IS CRYING
8-TUNING
9-HONEST I DO
10-TALK
11-IT’S TOO LATE

CD1- FM REBROADCAST MASTER > 1ST GEN REEL > M-AUDIO TRANSIT >
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12 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bonnie Raitt – Hempstead, NY (10/17/72)

  1. Been a long time since Ive been here – but what a great show to find – Love all the early Bonnie I can listen to.
    I first saw her about a 6 months after this – with Little Feat and Paul Butterfield’s Better days – still one of the best shows I ve ever seen

  2. Hey Dwight. Good to see you again.

    Not sure how much you’ve kept up with my travails but I’m in the process of moving to a new home. Will take about a month. Until then my internet is crap. So no reups. After that I’ll try to catch up with the requests.

  3. Hay Matt

    I hope all goes well with the move – hang in there man – hope all is well otherwise – things are good on this end..

    Dwight

  4. Hey Mat, any chance you could re-post this one? The link has expired. I’m a big Bonnie fan, just got her new CD. I was looking through your archives, tracing the entire 1969 GD posting and found this one which I had never seen before. She came to my college about this time and I got to see her with Freebo and have always liked her since then. Thanks!

  5. Wow! What a great recording. Bonnie is a clear and strong as a big bell, and the Lowell George contributions are as cool and crisp as icicles.

    It is hard to believe that these sorts of performances were never commercially released. It really makes you wonder about the competence or the industry powers that be.

    Thank you so much for your efforts to make this sort of artwork available.

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