Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Frank Wakefield & The Good Old Boys – Essex Junction, VT (07/04/76)

Frank Wakefield & The Good Old Boys
07/04/76
Green Mountains Banjo Festival
Essex Junction, VT

Download: FLAC/MP3

SET I
Bluegrass Breakdown
Deep Elem Blues
Jesse Had A Wife
Knockin’ On Your Door
Bluegrass Stomp
Arkansas Traveler *
Camptown Races *
The Hobo Song *
Panama Red *
Jesus Loves His Bluegrass Band *
Countin’ On David
Blue Moon Of Kentucky *#

Set II
Pistol Packin’ Mama
Jesus Loves His Mandolin Player No. 17 *#
Jesus Loves His Mandolin Player No. 36 #
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Goin Down The Road Feelin’ Bad #
Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
Wild Horses
Uncle Penn

Comment
Frank Wakefield-mandolin
Peter Rowan-guitar
Vassar Clemens-fiddle
Tom Stern-banjo
Rick Lindner-bass fiddle

* w/ David Grisman
# w/ Jim Rooney on vocals

Thanks to @Mr_Completely for the show.

3 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Frank Wakefield & The Good Old Boys – Essex Junction, VT (07/04/76)

  1. Thanks for this, one thing about being a die hard deadhead is the exposure to so many other types of music. Bluegrass was the roots of a lot of bands. For me it was a result of listening to Old & In The Way, poof! Off and running, if you have the 1974 Marin County Bluegrass Festival 4/74′ that is a gem!
    Back to this one, great pick and just a wholesome gig…. excellent sound and recording.Deep Elem is so cool! Its all good!!
    PS!

    1. Yes, there is so much music I’ve gotten into because of the Dead. I definitely hear songs like “Deep Elum Blues” and “Going Down the Road Feeling Bad” and think of them as Grateful Dead tunes, even though some of them are much, much older than the Dead.

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