Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Black Mountain Boys – Palo Alto, CA (xx/xx/64)

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Black Mountain Boys
Palo Alto, CA
Boar’s Head
xx-xx-64 (partial)

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 35145
SBD->Cassette->CDR->TAE->SHN>flac sector aligned

more likely line patch from pa system>MR>R>C>CD>DAE>

01 Two Little Boys
02 Banter
03 Salty Dog Blues
04 Banter
05 Rosalie McFall

got this from the late grate tol (rip) removed non canonical headers and fixed sbes>flac
derived from http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=24073
I’d seed the original shn’s but I’ve already seeded these flacs more than once, and don’t
have the shn’s anymore
rj Hythloday
bob loy

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Wildwood Boys – Palo Alto, CA (xx/xx/64)

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Wildwood Boys
wb1964,XX-xx_
Palo Alto, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

As far as I can tell none of this was officially released, but as usual I could be wrong. Please let me know if I am.

Legacy: Stage Mic?> C> CDR> PCM> SHN

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 17838
intros, tuning
Jerry’s Breakdown
banter
Standing in the Need of Prayer
tuning
Muleskinner Blues
‘unenjoyment’ banter
Satisfied with My Gal
intro ‘Pig Pen’
The Rub[1]

Jerry Garcia – Banjo
David Nelson – Guitar
Norman ? – Bass
[1] with Pig Pen

Wave headers fixed/re-shn’ed with shntool by terrapinstation 06/09/2003

01-06 is Wildwood Boys 2/23/63
07-10 is Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions 7/64

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions – Palo Alto, CA (07/xx/64)

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Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions
Top of The Tangent,Palo Alto,CA.
7-00-64

Links removed, officially released.

Anyone know if this is the same stuff that was officially released awhile back? I don’t have that album.

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 12696
Master Tape>Rosoft Audio Tools>CD>EAC>WAV>SHN

Comments & Replies To Terrapin64@comcast.net

Beat It On Down The Line
Im Satisfied
Borneo
Hes In The Jailhouse
Monkey & The Engineer
Big Bad Woman
Memphis Blues

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader’s Little Helper
Shn – st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac – st5 generated and matched to Shn st5

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia – Unknown Location (04/14/64)

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Jerry Garcia
04/14/1964
Unknown location (possibly Dana Morgan’s music store?).
Banjo lesson with an unknown student.
Unknown person (possibly student) records the lesson.

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 100020

source; audience mic to reel to reel recording by unknown student > ? >
7 1/2 ips reel > Matt Smith (Akai GX-625 > Apogee Mini Me (24/96) >
Apogee Mini Dac (monitoring/mastering > Wavelab 5.0 (dithered to
20/44)) > CD
CD > EAC (tracking and mastering) > CD ( 45:38 ) by Ihor Slabicky >

Goody:
dBpoweramp (WAV) > Eool Edit Pro (Pitch Bender +62) > Trader’s Little Helper (FLAC, ffp)

01. Jerry Garcia: “…Reno, I think, does it down here…” > tune 1 (1:56)
02. unk.: “…there’s something that you did … on Joni’s song…” > tune 2 (3:20)
03. unk.: “…would you do that thing for…” > tune 3 (0:38)
04. tune 4 > tuning (1:03)
05. tune 5 > Jerry Garcia: “I’m still working on that…” (:57)
06. tune 6 > Jerry Garcia: “I really like the tune. it’s a pretty tune, but I can’t, I could never
play it right…” (:58)
07. tune 7 (0:45)
08. unk.: “any pedal steel stuff, you know, like the…” > tune 8 (1:47)
09. tune 9 (1:36)
10. tune 10 (3:10)
11. tune 11 > Jerry Garcia: “…no, a guy’s just taping some stuff. You wanna open the door, go
ahead…” (1:51)
12. tune 12 (0:54)
13. unk.: “Would you show me that break with that phrase in there? > tune 13 (1:45)
14. tune 14 (2:51)
15. Jerry Garcia: “Well, whatta you want me to put on there?” unk.: “…’Red Wing’, for one…”
Jerry Garcia: “…I can’t really play that…” > “Red Wing” (tune 15) (2:40)
16. Jerry Garcia: “…you know, I haven’t listened to ahh, much Reno…” > tune 16 (1:00)
17. unk.: “…about a month ago…you showed me something that…” > tune 17 (x) (1:21)
18. (x) tune 18 (1:38)
19. tune 19 > Jerry Garcia: “That’s a pretty tune.” (1:22)
20. tuning > unk.: “‘Rawhide’?” Jerry Garcia: “…I haven’t really got anything much more to talk
about. I’m not too happy with the way I play it. If you really want it that badly.” unk.: “Yes,
yes I do.” > tuning (1:00)
21. “Rawhide” (1:32)
22. unk.: “…would you mind breaking down the first chord run on the D?” Jerry Garcia: “…uh-uh, I
ain’t gonna break that…you’re gonna havta figger it out yourself…” ? tune 22 >
Jerry Garcia: “there’s a zillion things you can do with that. I mean, it’s got so many good
possibilities… odd chords, you know.” (1:18)
23. tune 23 (1:58)
24. tune 24 (3:00)
25. unk.: “How about ‘Stoney Creek’?” Jerry Garcia: “(sigh) okay-ah… that’s in A, usually.” >
tuning > “Stony Creek” (1:57)
26. Jerry Garcia: “…it’s sort of a hard song to organize. I, ahh…” > “Stoney Creek” (1:09)
27. “Stoney Creek” workup (0:53)
28. tune 28 > Jerry Garcia: “By the way, why doncha play alotta that stuff back. I wanna hear what
it sounds like.” unk.: “(laughs)” Jerry Garcia: “Really. No kidding (x)” (1:19)

Goody’s comments:
The pitch of this set was approx. 62 cents flat. Although all the frantic pickin’ continually puts the strings out of tune, we do hear lots of tuning up going on. I’ve tuned to those moments, and checked the rest of it to make sure it all pretty much stays in tune. I believe it’s now back to the correct and original speed and pitch at which it was recorded.

Note that this text has been updated to reflect the changes in the Track Times, as well as the Total Time. The PDF that circulates with the previous version of this torrent contains all the old times, previous to this Pitch-Corrected Edition.

6/13/09

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Black Mountain Boys – Palo Alto, CA (03/06/64)

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Black Mountain Boys
03/06/1964
Palo Alto, CA
Top of the Tangent

Links removed, this was officially released.

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 17914

SBD->Cassette->CDR->TAE->SHN

01 Instrumental
02 Katie Mine (??)
03 Intros
04 Homestead on the Farm
05 Banter
06 Bare Foot Nellie
07 Banter
08 She’s More to Be Pitied than Scolded
09 Tuning
10 They Can Lock Up Me Up For Loving You
11 The Hand of the Lord
12 Banter
13 Who’ll Sing for Me
14 Darling Aller Lee

Jerry Garcia – Banjo
Eric Thompson – Guitar
David Nelson – Mandolin
Jim Beemis – Bass

sector boundaries corrected and seek tables appended – wagner 12/0/02
Extra header data stripped with shntool and re-shn’ed by
terrapinstation 06/09/2003

Instrumental is Salt Creek
Katie Mine is Katie Kline
They Can Lock Me Up for Loving You is an unknown instrumental
The Hand of the Lord is Somebody Touched Me

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Black Mountain Boys – Palo Alto, CA (03/07/64)

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Black Mountain Boys
64-03-07
Unknown Location
(probably The Top of the Tangent, Palo alto, CA)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Set 1?
01 Happy Birthday
02 Nine Pound Hammer
03 Darling Aller Lee
04 Tuning
05 Ocean of Diamonds

–Set 2–
201 – Intro
202 – Sourwood Mountain**
203 – If I Lose
204 – Homestead on the Farm
205 – Pig in a Pen
206 – Once More
207 – Stoney Creek
208 – Two Little Boys
209 – Salty Dog
210 – Rosalie McFall
211 – Teardrops in My Eyes
212 – New River Train
213 – Love Please Come Home***
214 – Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor
215 – John Hardy outro//

Source 1 (Set 1 Only): shnid: 35142

SBD->Cassette->CDR->TAE->SHN>flac sector aligned
more likely line patch from pa system>MR>R>C>CD>DAE>

got this from the late grate tol (rip) removed non canonical headers and fixed sbes>flac
this is derived from http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=20752

I’d seed the original shn’s but I’ve already seeded these flacs more than once, and don’t
have the shn’s anymore
rj Hythloday bob loy

Source 2 (Set 2 Only): shnid: 127499

Aud MR > ? > cass

Transferred at 24-bit, 96kHz and edited by Dan McDonald (droncit@yahoo.com). I got this on cassette in the
mid-1990s from someone whom I’ve forgotten the name of. He wrote in very tiny letters on purple post-it
notes. If you are that person, please get in touch.

Transferred using the flat transfer method, using my converted Nakamichi BX1. Correct curve applied through DC9 (alpha).
No noise reduction. This recording is in dual-channel mono. Gain-normalized to -1.0 dB. Converted to 16/44.1
using triple precision and triangular dithering. It’s a little hissy, but not bad. There was a gap between
Sourwood Mountain and If I Lose, so songs could be missing.

Dan’s tape and The Black Mountain Boys:

This tape has been in circulation for years, but this is the first time it has been digitized and circulated.

The Black Mountain Boys formed in the fall of 1963. The original line up included Eric Thompson on guitar.
According to a recent aricle by Eric, he states that he left for a stint on the east coast early in 1964.
Eric was replaced by Sandy Rothman. In a few periods of banter on Dan’s tape you can hear Jerry/David
referring to Sandy. With this information we know this tape was recorded after Eric left in 1964.

In another recent article, Sandy tells of he and Jerry going on a road trip in the spring and early summer of ’64
visiting various notable bluegrass artists. He may have been at the Union Grove Fiddler’s Convention over Easter
weekend to at least listen to Doc Watson. A short time later he met David Grisman at a Bill Monore show in
Pennsylvania. Jerry’s ultimate goal was to be hired to play in Bill Monroe’s band. I guess we should say,
fortunately that didn’t work out and after the letdown the pair wound their way back west. Sandy states that upon their
return to the Bay Area in the summer, the bluegrass scene had shifted and Jerry may have been unable to hook up with
accomplished players and form a new band.Then again not being able to land job with Monroe, maybe he was ready to
move on. It is also at this point that Jerry reconnected with Bob and met Pigpen. And it wasn’t long after they
formed Mother McCrees Uptown Jug Champions. This little bit of history forces us to conclude Dan’s tape had to have
been recorded during the late winter of 1964.

To this point there have been three fragments of shows performed by The Black Mountain Boys in general circulation.
The first (17914) is dated 3/06/64. This source seems to include the entire first set of a show. However, Eric
Thompson is on guitar. Sandy clearly has stated that he and Eric did not play together in the band. Therefore,
it is almost certain this source should be dated in late 63 to very early in 64.

A second undated source from 1964 (35145) includes 4 tracks, 3 songs and some banter. This is a portion of the
same recording as is on Dan’s tape. The recording on this source is of poorer quality than Dan’s and at this point
we can religate it to the dustbin.

The third source (35142) is dated 3/07/64. There is nothing in the banter to suggest who is on guitar, but if
you compare Sandy’s voice on Homestead on the Farm from Dan’s tape with the lead vocalist on Nine Pound Hammer
from this source, there is little doubt that it is Sandy singing. While this source probably was recorded at
the 3/7 show, there is nothing in the listening that can serve to confrim that. Howeve, we do know that this
recording was pulled from the middle of a set and does not include any material found on Dan’s tape. The recording
is sonically similar to Dan’s and may well be from the same master. Wihout evidence to the contrary, I think
the listed 3/7 date is correct.

The songlist is as follows:

01 ..//..//Happy Birthday (Noah?)//
02 Nine Pound Hammer
03 Darling Aller Lee
04 Tuning
05 Ocean of Diamonds//

Dan’s tape dated 3/07/64 starts with a minute and a half of stage banter/tuning followed by a short selection of
Sourwood Mountain. Dan states that there was a gap between Sourwood Mountain and the third track, If I Lose. From
the banter at the beginning of the tape, it is clear the intial banter/tuning > Sourwood Mountain is the
beginning of a second set.The band then introduces themselves in a joking manner in the banter following If I Lose.
Makes sense they may reintoduce themsleves in this manner for the second set. What follows on Dan’s tape goes
through to the end of the set where Jerry states they will be back in 20 minutes. That would have to be a third set.

Track listings for the show put the songs from the circulating 3/7 show (35142) after the songs on Dan’s 3/7 tape.
I can find no evidence to support or dispute these listings. If the published track listings are accurate, that
would mean these songs are from the third set.

Maybe 50 years old, but the sound is remarkable!
enjoy!

Bill Proctor

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (10/31/64) “All Hallows Eve and More”

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Bob Dylan
October 31 1964
Philharmonic Hall
New York City, New York
“All Hallows Eve & More”

Links removed, officially released.

Label:Midnight Beat 079/080

silver cd>EAC (secure mode)>TLH> flac (Level-8)>md-5>torrent

artwork incluided

cd-1
1. Intro
2. The Times They Are A-Chngin¥
3. Spanish Harlem Incident
4. Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
5. To Ramona
6. Who Killed Davey Moore?
7. Gates Of Eden
8. If You Gotta Go, Go Now
9. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
10. I Don’t Believe You
11. Mr. Tambourine Man
12. Hard Rain

cd-2
1. Talking World War III Blues
2. Don’t Think Twice
3. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
4. Mama You’ve Been On My Mind*
5. With God On Our Side*
6. It Ain’t Me Babe
7. All I Really Want To Do*
WBAI FM Broadside Show:
8. Interview
9. Ballad Of Donald White
10. Interview
11. The Death Of Emmett Till
12. Interview
13. Blowin In The Wind

Philharmonic Hall, NYC October 31, 1964 Except:
Broadside Show WBAI FM radio, NY May 1962
* Duet with Joan Baez

Review:
The Halloween show is one of the absolute ‘must haves’ for every collection. The show is near perfection. Dylan is funny, charming, and powerful. The performance drips with the self confidence of a young man with the world at his feet. Every bit as captivating as ’66 Manchester, and for my money; more enjoyable. This particular CD presents the show in the best quality ever. Tape hiss has been removed from the already incredible soundboard recording.
As a bonus, the famous WBAI FM radio show has been added as filler material. The package is very nice as well. Unlike some of the goofy covers this release has seen in the past, The front is the Daniel Kramer classic Dylan & Baez ‘protest poster’ photo in black and sepia tones. This is as good as it gets. This is most definitely a package that Sony should consider for official release.

Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Philadelphia, PA (10/10/64)

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Bob Dylan
10/10/64
Town Hall
Philadelphia, PA

Download MP3@256

The Times They Are A-changin’
Girl From The North Country
Who Killed Davey Moore?
Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
To Ramona
Ballad Of Hollis Brown
Chimes Of Freedom
I Don’t Believe You (she Acts Like We Never Have Met)
It’s Alright, Ma (i’m Only Bleeding)
Mr. Tambourine Man
Talking World War Iii Blues
A Hard Rain’s A-gonna Fall
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
Only A Pawn In Their Game
With God On Our Side
It Ain’t Me, Babe
The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
All I Really Want To Do

Comment from original uploader:
NOTE: This concert was earlier dated June or July 1964.

Comment from Mat Brewster: I have absolutely no info on this at all. Quality is not great.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – London, England (05/17/64)

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Bob Dylan
Royal Festival Hall
London, England
May 17, 1964

Links removed, this has been officially released.

The Times They Are A-Changin’
Girl From The North Country
Who Killed Davey Moore?
Talkin’ John Birch Paranoid Blues
Ballad Of Hollis Brown
It Ain’t Me, Babe
Walls Of Red Wing
Chimes Of Freedom
Mr. Tambourine Man
Eternal Circle
A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
Talkin’ World War III Blues
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
Only A Pawn In Their Game
With God On Our Side
The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
Restless Farewell
When The Ship Comes In

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Mississippi John Hurt – Philadelphia, PA (07/XX/1964)

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Mississippi John Hurt
Philadelphia Folk Festival
1964-07-xx

Download: FLAC/MP3

SOUNDBOARD MASTER

Setlist:

01. C.C. Rider
02. Avalon Blues
03. Nobody’s Dirty Business
04. Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor (removed, officially released)
05. Stack-O’Lee Blues (Stagger Lee)

From the original uploader.

This has to be the best sounding MJH concert ever!

Many, many thanks to Dime member Candleman for allowing me to post this unbelievable torrent with corrections. His original notes are included with this torrent.

This show was previously circulating as being from 1970. As Mr. Hurt died in 1966, I conducted a search to determine the correct date. Although I don’t have the exact day of the month, photographs of him taken at the show do exist and are documented as being from July 1964. As the original torrent had the 1970 date on the file names, the file names were changed to generic FLAC numbers (01, 02, etc). No changes to the music itself were made. One addition was made to the setlist, with the identification of track two as “Avalon Blues”. A new md5 canister was also generated. Therefore, if you have this show, your original FLAC files will probably not work.

I need to tell you a story:

The subject of “Stagger Lee” has always been of interest to me. In case you don’t know, Mr. Hurt recorded what is probably the definitive version of this track in 1928. The incident itself is another matter entirely…

All of the conflicting stories of Lee Sheldon’s murder of William Lyons in 1895 over a Stetson hat supposedly stem from a single newspaper article in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Even the Wikipedia version has no references to it, only hearsay. How awful that no one actually knows and that everyoone is making their own version of the story.

To me, that smacks of pure laziness. You would think actual research would have been done by all the different sources quoting it before they opened their big mouths!

Yours truly found the specific newspaper archive organization which has storage rights for this paper during that time period. I also joined Wikipedia in the process, so I could contribute the results. Although they generally don’t do research, the archive organization agreed to make an exception in this case. Here is where we stand right now:

As of today, they are still looking for the article. They did find the obituary for a man named William Lyons in another St. Louis paper, and that is being sent to me (I have to pay a small amount for everything, but it’s worth it). His death is listed in December of 1895. They say there may or may not be a surviving article on surrounding days in the Globe-Democrat (which would be a fantastic thing if they find it), but at least now, someone is actually making an active search.

To me, this is at least a solid shred of evidence that this event actually occured.

Interesting, eh?

Lineage: Sbdmr>Cdr>Eac>Flac->track renaming

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