Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Various Artists – New York, NY (05/09/74) “Friends of Chile Benefit Concert”

Various Artists
“Friends of Chile” benefit concert
Felt Forum at Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
9 May 1974

Download: FLAC/MP3

1 Introduction: Phil Ochs
2 Guantanamera: Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie
3 Estadio Chile: Pete Seeger
4 Oh Mary Don’t You Weep: Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie
5 He Was A Friend Of Mine: Dave van Ronk
6 Kipling recitation: Dennis Hopper
7 Try Me One More Time: Arlo Guthrie
8 Deportees (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos): Arlo Guthrie
9 Presidential Rag: Arlo Guthrie
10 California Girls: Mike Love, Dennis Wilson – Not Included
11 Ring The Living Bell: Melanie
12 My Rainbow Race: Melanie
13 Victor Jara -poem by Adrian Mitchell: Arlo Guthrie
14 I Remember Yolanda: Victor Jara on tape: Joan Jara
15 Allende’s Last Speech: Dennis Hopper
1 Deportee: Arlo Guthrie, Bob Dylan
2 Pablo Neruda poem: Dennis Hopper
3 North Country Blues: Bob Dylan
4 Spanish Is The Loving Tongue: Bob Dylan
5 Blowin’ In The Wind: ensemble

This sometimes circulates with a last track artifact, probably Larry Estridge
singing “Change in the Weather”, from a concert on 26 February 1974.

Thanks to Steve S., the taper.
Thanks to Godfrey S. for the setlist help.

4 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Various Artists – New York, NY (05/09/74) “Friends of Chile Benefit Concert”

    1. Flac, MP3 or both? Sorry I’m not home so I can’t check on it right now. If its MP3 its probably because iTunes sorted the files wrong which means I can get it. If its FLAC then likely its missing from my set.

  1. Real curio this one.

    I believe this is an upgrade to lossless for me. Time to revisit this one methinks

    Also nice to get some more Arlo in lossless too!

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