Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Old & In The Way – Warrenton, VA (06/08/73)

old and in the way concert

Old & In the Way
Lake Whippoorwill
Warrenton, VA
6/8/73

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 20681
8th Annual Warrenton Bluegrass Folk Festival

MAC (Taped by Jerry Moore, Sony 126 w/ built-in mic, right
in front of stage) > ? > transfer (Dave Tamarkin) >
digital cleanup (Peter G.) > CD.
**info file updated 8/2004, had been listed as “Unknown Aud”**

1. Instrumental
2. On and On
3. The Willow Garden
4. Mule Skinner Blues
5. Land Of The Navajo
6. ‘Til The End Of The World Rolls ‘Round
7. No It Ain’t (1)
8. Lost (1?)

Notes:
(1) with Tex Logan on fiddle

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Old & In the Way – Boston, MA (06/05/73)

old and in the way concert

Old & In The Way
5 June 1973
The Orpheum Theatre
Boston, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Jon Scher intro
Old & in the Way Breakdown
Tragic Romance
The Willow Garden
Going to the Races
Muleskinner Blues
‘Til the End of the World Rolls ‘Round
Instrumental
Land of the Navajo
band intros
Pig in a Pen
Lonesome L.A. Cowboy
Hard Hearted
Panama Red
Wild Horses
Fanny Hill
The Hobo Song
High Lonesome Sound
Down Where the River Bends
Love Please Come Home
Lost
Knockin’ on Your Door
crowd
White Dove
Blue Mule
pre-encore tuning
How Mountain Girls Can Love
Mississippi Moon
Orange Blossom Special

Peter Rowan – vocals, guitar
Jerry Garcia – vocals, banjo
David Grisman – vocals, mandolin
Vassar Clements – fiddle
John Kahn – bass

notes:
Late Show
This was Vassar Clements’ first show with this band, replacing Richard Greene.
despite any previous claims, allsoundz states flatly that there was only one show, not two.
Doug Sahm opened the show and played a full set. Part of that tape survives and will be seeded here soon.

Source 1:

This is a tagged version of shnid: 83303
Mono cassette audience recording by allsoundz using a mic of now
forgotten manufacture and a Sony cassette recorder, model number, also long forgotten.
Transferred by allsoundz from the master non-dolbyized cassettes.
Tascam 122MKIII>Numark 20 Band Equalizer>HHB CDR 830
Tracked and slight editing in CD Wave

cdr>eac(secure mode)>flac(level 6) by carville 14 March 2007

Source 2:

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 11889
Recordings: AUD – MA?>?>D>CD

Source 3:

Source: This is a composite edit of AUD ID’s 11889 & 83303. Thanks to the tapers!
http://db.etree.org/shn/11889
http://db.etree.org/shn/83303

Transfer: SHN & FLAC > TLH > WavMerge > Wavelab > CD-Wave > TLH > FLAC 1644 tagged.

Show notes: This is Vassar’s first gig with OAITW, and Jerry’s first performance at
the Boston Orpheum (of 20). Allsoundz – the taper of the 83303 source – states that
there was only one show (not early and late as previously listed) and that Doug Sahm
was the opening act. Allsoundz also recalled there was possibly a set-break somewhere
but this is not evident from the tapes; it appears the show might have been one long
set with a three-song encore.

Composite notes: For this show, both sources had pros & cons, and it appeared that the
show could benefit from a composite that joined the two together. Allsoundz tape 83303
has the benefit of being complete and with known lineage, but was recorded farther back
resulting in a more distant recording, with a lot of thumping near the mic. And, while
11889 is incomplete and with unknown number of tape generations, it was recorded closer,
delivering a nice aural picture of the concert. The 11889 taper appears to have been
a lot closer to the stage, perhaps with the mic right on the stage, as the between-song
banter from Spud and the boys can be heard clearly. 11889 was chosen for the bulk of the
show, with 83303 providing patches and the final part that was missing from 11889.

Allsoundz states that his tape is mono. It also appears that the 11889 original recording
was mono, as the Wav’s are identical, albeit having been shifted out of phase, probably
from the few generations of re-recording. For both sources, DC-offsets were removed, left
and right channels were manually aligned, then each source was merged to mono for editing.
Both sources were apparently running slow; 83303 between 40 & 50 cents, and 11889 between
75 & 85 cents. Each source was speed-adjusted as best as possible given the difficulties
of dealing with these old tapes. It’s probably not exact, but it’s pretty close…

Lots of small edits were done to soften mic-bumps, attenuate clapping, repair drop-outs,
etc. Small FLAC size due to mono WAV data. Patches from 83303 added as follows: Willow
Garden 3:18 > 3:19, Lonesome L.A. Cowboy 4:29 > Hard Hearted 0:49, crowd end of Love
Please Come Home 2:39 > Lost 0:06, crowd end of Lost 3:38 > Knockin’ on Your Door 0:18,
and crowd end of Knockin’ on Your Door 3:04 > thru to end of the show. Enjoy! (Aug 2014)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Peter Rowan and The Big Twang Theory 39th Annual Telluride Bluegrass festival (06/24/2012)

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Peter Rowan Big Twang Theory
39th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival
Main Stage, Town Park
Telluride, Colorado
June 24, 2012

Schoeps Mk4v (DIN-A81ws) > KC5 > CMC6 > Grace Lunatec V3 > Sound Devices 744t @24bit/48hz
8ft in the air left corner of SBD cage
CF > Sound Forge 10 > CD wave > TLH
Tagged in Foobar 2000

Taper: soling

Run Time 79:09

Need help with set list

01 Intro
02 Mississippi Moon
03 Doc Watson Morning
04 ? Dust Bowl Children (thanks to polyserv!)
05 Ruby Ridge
06 ? ^
07 In The Pines ^
08 Midnight Moonlight
09 Hey Bo Diddley > Not Fade Away > Midnight Moonlight > I Know You Rider
10 Oh Baby
11 Land of The Navajo

Celia Woodsmith, Kimber Ludiker – vocals

posted by R Duke 2012-07-13

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Peter Rowan Telluride Bluegrass Festival (06/18/88)

Telluride 1988
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Peter Rowan
Telluride Bluegrass Festival
June 18, 1988
Source: SBD (mono)>VHS-HiFi>Dolby B Cassette (Nakamichi 480)>.aiff>flac

DISC 1

1. Midnight Moonlight
2. Ridin’ High in Texas
3 River of Stone
4 Ballad of Joaquin Murietta
5 Break My Heart Again
6 Bill Monroe Story/intro
7 Walls of Time
8 Thirsty in the Rain
9 ‘Round Here Again
10 Free Mexican Intro
11 Free Mexican Air Force
12 Howlin’ at the Moon

DISC 2
13 Reggaebilly Medley
15 Mamma Lion
14 Dawn of Creation
16 How You Gonna Get the Job Done
17 Wounded Knee
18 Land of the Navajo

The original recording was made for KGNU-FM in Boulder, CO from a mono SBD feed to a VHS HiFi with limiter on.

The cassette was made from a direct dub of the VHS recording to a Nakamichi 480.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Peter Rowan w/ The Traveling McCourys – Bill Monroe Tribute (11/11/11)

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Peter Rowan with The Traveling McCourys – Bill Monroe Tribute
Chandler Music Hall
Randolph, Vermont
November 11. 2011 ñ Friday

Soundboard: XLR Stereo Patch > Korg MR-1 DFF 1 Bit/2.8 mhz

Mastered at [24/96] in WaveLab 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 dithered to 16/44.1

Peter Rowan – Guitar
Rob McCoury – Banjo
Ronnie McCoury – Mandolin
Jason Carter ñ Fiddle
Alan Bartram ñ Bass

** 16 Bit **

1st Set:

1.Introduction Becky McMeekin
2.Watermelon Hangin’ On The Vine
3.True Life Blues
4.On And On
5.Little Girl And The Dreadful Snake
6.Jason tells his story about Bill…
7.Jerusalem Ridge
8.Uncle Pen
9.Robbie tells his story about Bill…
10.Why Did You Wander
11.When The Golden Leaves Begin To Fall
12.Cryin’ Holy Unto My Lord
13.Pete talks about Bill learning the Blues…
14.Bluegrass Stomp
15.Alan talks about missing seeing Bill…
16.Kentucky Waltz
17.Katie Hill

Time: 56:05

2nd Set:

1.Long Journey Home
2.Footprints In The Snow
3.Will You Be Lovin’ Another Man
4.Stiing Alone In The Moonlight
5.Rob’s story about Bill’s Strength…
6.Cheyenne
7.The Walls Of Time
8.Blue Moon Of Kentucky
9.A Beautiful Life
10.Molly & Tembrooks
11.Body And Soul
12.I Hear A Sweet Voice A Calling
13.Thanks to all…
14.Muleskinner Blues
15.crowd
Encore:
16.On My Way To The Old Home
17.Rawhide

Time: 61:13

wow! fantastic recording of an all star line up paying tribute to the Father of Bluegrass with many of his most beloved songs.

posted by Rauol Duke

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Donna The Buffalo Featuring Peter Rowan – St Petersburg, FL (05/04/01)

Donna the Buffalo with Peter Rowan, Bijou Theatre, Knoxville, November 2015

 

Donna the Buffalo
05/04/01
Jannus Landing
St. Petersburg, FL

 

Download: FLAC, MP3

Set I
Zydeco *
Cuckoo Bird *
Dust Bowl Children *
Fetch Wood Carry Water *
Pulling the Devil By the Tail *
Land of the Navajo *
Set II
In This Life
Tides of Time
Positive Friction
Ancient Arms
Funky Side
Lonesome for You
No Place Like the Right Time
Conscious Evolution ->
3rd Stone From the Sun ->
Conscious Evolution
Soileau Zydeco
Sailing
40 Days and 40 Nights
Staring Back at Me (Come Alive)
Family Picture

—-encores—-
No Woman, No Cry *
Midnight Moonlight *
Cold Rain and Snow *
Standing Room Only
How Long Must I Endure

Comment
* with Peter Rowan

 

Hey, I’m back. We had a great time in Europe, but I am oh so glad to be home. I’ve started uploading shows again, but I’ll likely be a bit slow about it for a bit as we recover from jetlag, and make all the adjustments of being here.

I’ve posted Donna the Buffalo before, so I won’t say much about them, except that if you have never heard them before, give them a try. They really are quite brilliant, and this is a fun show featuring bluegrass stalwart Peter Rowan.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Peter Rowan & The Green Grass Gringos – Fox Lane High School (09/13/80)

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Download MP3@320kps: Mega

Peter Rowan and the Green Grass Gringos
9/13/80
Fox Lane High School, Bedford, NY

Peter Rowan – guitar, vocals
Tex Logan – fiddle, vocals
Barry Mitterhoff – mandolin
Lamar Greer – banjo
John Carlini – bass

Source: sbd reel master
Teac A2300d @ 7.5 ips
Lineage: reel>cdr’s>eac>flac>wav>mp3
Seeded to LL by Rob Berger

Disc one: 67:26
Early show

01: tuning
02: fiddle tune
03: Out On The Western Plain
04: Midnight Moonlight
05: Diamond Joe
06: Free Mexican Air Force
07: Border Ride
08: The River Of Stone
09: Clinch Mountain Backstep
10: Cold Rain And Snow
11: Hobo Song
12: Land Of The Navajo
13: Tall Timber

Disc two: 44:15
Late show

01: tuning
02: fiddle tune
03: Panama Red
04: Dust Bowl Children
05: Border Ride
06: Prarie Lullaby
07: Riding High In Texas
08: The Northeast Seaboard Blues
09: Pig In A Pen
10: Free Mexican Airforce
11: Out On The Western Plain

Disc three: 40:21
01: Midnight Moonlight
02: The Walls Of Time
03: Foggy Mountain Breakdown
04: Come Along Jody
05: Land Of The Navajo
06: You Ramblin’ Boys Of Pleasure
07: Tall Timber

Bootleg Bonanza: Steve Earle – Atlanta, GA (11/30/95)

Steve Earle 1995 Atlanta GA 30-11-1995

Steve Earle
11/30/95
Variety Playhouse
Atlanta, GA

I no longer own this show, sorry.

Mystery Train Part II
Hometown Blues
The Devil’s Right Hand
Tom Ames’ Prayer
Angel Is The Devil
Sometimes She Forgets
You Know The Rest
Goodbye
The Other Kind
My Old Friend The Blues
Someday
South Nashville Blues
Ellis Unit One
I Ain’t Ever Satisfied
Rivers Of Babylon
Nothin’ Without You
When Will We Be Married?
Ruby Ridge
Free Mexican Air Force
I’m Looking Through You
White Freight Liner Blues
Jordan Am A Hard Road To Travel
Northern Winds
Ben McCulloch
Copperhead Road
E: Guitar Town
Down The Road

Comment
w/ Peter Rowan, Norman Blake & Roy Huskey Jr.

A very cool show from 14 years ago. Steve with a great, great back up band playing his songs, and some nice covers. Sound is real good, though audiophiles need not apply with the low quality mp3.