Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bill Monroe & Doc Watson – Los Angeles, CA (05/17/63)

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Bill Monroe and Doc Watson
05/17/1963
Ash Grove
Los Angeles, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: SBD

1. Bill Interview
2. Get Up John
3. Doc Interview
4. The Dream of the Miner’s Child
5. Rabbit in the Log
6. What Does the Deep Sea Say?
7. Banks of the Ohio
8. Midnight on the Stormy Deep
9. You Won’t Be Satisfied That Way

Known flaws: There are fade-outs between many tracks, so unfortunately lots of chatter and helpful identification tools are missing. So, these tracks may be out of order, and it is unknown whether all these songs are indeed from the same performance.

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Repost Bonanza: David Grisman – Floyd, VA (07/31/11) Early Set

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David Grisman Sextet
07/31/11 – Sunday – ~1:30 PM
Workshop Porch Stage
Floydfest
Floyd, VA

Download: FLAC/MP3

1-//Shady Grove
2-Instrumental Improv
3-Interview/Band Introduction
4-16/16(Bluegrass Version)
5-Interview
6-16/16
7-Interview
8-Swing Tune
9-Dawgmatism
10-Interview
11-Pigeon Roost
12-Outro

Source: Sony ECM-MS957(90) > DR-05 > WAV(24bit/96khz) > Audacity1.3.11b(peaks reduced, amplified to -.01db, dithered/resampled) > WAV(16bit/44.1khz) > CD Wave Editor(tracked) > FLAC8(TLH)
Location: ~1′ LOC, 10′ high, 5′ behind board
Notes: This is a short set played before the band’s full set at the main stage. Please note the mic stand is lowered during t10 when the rain starts; The result is a lot of crowd chatter at that point in the recording.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Tony Rice & Norman Blake – Live Oak, FL

Tony Rice & Norman Blake
03/25/00
Suwanee Music Festival
Live Oak, FL

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lay Down My Old Guitar
Shipyard Apprentice
Red Haired Boy
Ginseng Sulliven
Salt Creek
Church St. Blues
Sittin’ on Top of the World
Shenandoah
Green Light on the Southern
I’m Coming Back But I Don’t Know When
Mole in the Ground

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band – Charleston, WV (03/07/99)

Steve Earle and Del McCoury Band
Mountain Stage, Charleston, WV
March 7, 1999

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 Radio Intro – Texas Eagle
02 Yours Forever Blue
03 Carrie Brown
04 Far Cry From Virginia
05 Nashville Cats
06 Red eyes On a Mad Dog
07 Now She’s Gone
08 Ellis Unit One
09 The Mountain
10 Copperhead Road

FM Master cassette to CD > FLAC

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Tony Rice Unit – Columbus, OH (06/29/91)

Tony Rice Unit
06/29/91
Frontier Ranch
Columbus, OH

Download: FLAC/MP3

Nine Pound Hammer
On A Winters Night
Dusty Miller
I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
Salt Creek
Darcy Farrell
Little Sadie
Blue Railroad Train

– Enter J. D. Crowe –
Blue Ridge Cabin Home
Flint Hill Special
Ain’t Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone
You Don’t Know My Mind
Footprints In The Snow
Sally Goodin

Encore:
Shadows
Your Love Is Like A Flower
Shuckin’ The Corn

Comment
Tony Rice – Guitar
Wyatt Rice – Guitar
Jimmy Gaudreau – Mandolin
Ricky Simpkins – Fiddle
Ronny Simpkins – Bass
Jerry Douglas – Dobro
J. D. Crowe – Banjo

Upgrade Bonanza: Bill Monroe – Worcester, MA (11/16/63)

 

Bill Monroe & the Bluegrass Boys
11/16/63
Mechanics Hall
Worcester, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Watermelon Hanging On The Vine
Panhandle Country
Dark Hollow
On And On
Devil’s Dream
Love’s Gonna Live Here*
I’m Dreaming Of A Little Cabin*
Muleskinner Blues
Footprints In The Snow
Blue Moon Of Kentucky
Rawhide
John Henry
I Saw The Light
What Would You Give In Exchange For Your Soul **
Uncle Pen
Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
Y’all Come

* With Melissa Monroe On Vocals
** With Bea Lilly (of The Lilly Brother) On Guitar And Vocal

Bill Monroe – Mandolin and Vocals
Bessie Lee Mauldin – Bass
Joe Stuart – Fiddle
Bill “Brad” Keith – Banjo
Del Mccoury – Guitar and Vocals

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Frank Wakefield & The Good Old Boys – Essex Junctio, 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.

Upgrade Bonanza: Tony Rice – Denton, NC (07/11/92)

Tony Rice Unit
07/11/92
Denton Bluegrass Festival
Denton, NC

Download: FLAC/MP3

Early Show:

Instrumental
Likes Of Me
White Dove
Instrumental
All The Way To Texas
Crazy Creek
There Ain’t Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone
Summer Wages
Little Sadie
Instrumental
I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
I’ll Sail My Ship Alone

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bill Monroe – Luray, VA (07/04/61)

Bill Monroe & the Bluegrass Boys
07/04/61
Oak Leaf Park
Luray, VA

Download: FLAC/MP3
The FLAC zip file is mislabeled as 1967 (the FLACS themselves may be labeled that way too)

Watermelon On The Vine
Panhandle Country
I Gotta Travel On
Blue Moon Of Kentucky
Put My Rubber Doll Away
Rawhide
Linda Lou
Sugar Coated Love (1)
What Would You Give (1)
Can’t You Hear Me Callin (2)
Travel That Lonesome Road (2)
Whitehouse Blues
Y’all Come

Comment
Bill Monroe
Beth Lee
Billy Baker
Bobby Smith
Tony Ellis

1 w/ Carter Stanley
2 w/ Mac Wiseman

The first event that used the words, “Bluegrass Festival,” was promoted by the legendary singer and recording artist, Bill Clifton. The location was Oak Leaf Park in Luray, Virginia, and the date was July 4, 1961. This was also the first time that more than two well-known Bluegrass acts were booked on the same show. Prior to that occasion, one or two Bluegrass bands would be booked on a country show of that period. The festival was a one day event that featured Bill Monroe, The Stanley Brothers, The Country Gentlemen, Jim and Jesse, Mac Wiseman and Bill Clifton. This was also the first time that Bill Monroe called former members of The Blue Grass Boys to the stage to play and sing. When 2,200 people attended the show, it opened up a new venue for Bluegrass music.