John Prine – Quincy, CA (07/07/92)

John Prine
1992/07/07
High Sierra Music Festival
Quincy, California

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Source: DSBD Matrix>DAT>CDR
Lineage: CDR>EAC>WAV>mkw>SHN
Taped by: ??
Transfered by: LJ

Bootleg Title: None
File Size: 446mb (SHN)

DISC ONE
1/Intro
2/Spanish Pipedream
3/Fish & Whistle
4/Speed of the Sound of Loneliness
5/Picture Show
6/You Got Gold
7/All the Best
8/There She Goes
9/Don’t Let Your Baby Down
10/Donald & Lydia/Souvenirs/That’s the Way the World Goes Round
11/Illegal Smile

DISC TWO
12/Big Ole Goofy World
13/Flag Decal
14/Sam Stone
15/Daddy’s Little Pumpkin
16/Sins of Memphisto
17/If You don’t want my Love
18/Everybody Wants to Feel Like You
19/Hello in There
20/Angel from Montgomery
21/Paradise

John Prine – Strawberry, CA (07/xx/92)

JOHN PRINE
Strawberry, CA — Leland Meadows
1992-07-00 — 96:35

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  1. -MC intro. tuning-
  2. Spanish Pipedream
  3. -talk-
  4. Fish and Whistle
  5. The Speed of the Sound of Loneliness
  6. -talk-
  7. Picture Show
  8. -talk-
  9. You Got Gold
  10. -talk-
  11. All the Best
  12. -tuning
  13. There She Goes
  14. Storm Windows
  15. Dear Abby
  16. Donald and Lydia
  17. Souvenirs
  18. That’s the Way the World Goes ‘Round
  19. Illegal Smile
  20. It’s a Big Old Goofy World
  21. Your Flag Decal
  22. Sam Stone
  23. Daddy’s Little Pumpkin
  24. -band intro-
  25. The Sins of Memphisto
  26. If You Don’t Want My Love
  27. Everybody Wants to Feel Like You
  28. Hello in There
  29. -encore applause, announcer talk-
  30. Everything Is Cool
  31. Angel from Montgomery
  32. -talk-
  33. Paradise

note: ‘High Sierra Music Festival’

musicians: ‘The Sins of Memphisto’
John Prine – vocals, acoustic guitar
Duane Jarvis – electric guitar, bass
Roly Salley – bass
Bill Bonk – mandolin, flute, bass, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Phil Parlapiano – accordion, keyboards, mandolin, mandocello

Source: trade DAT clone (16bit/48khz); no further info
Transferred by stevemtl: DAT > Sony PCM-R500 > Roland R44 > SD chip > HD
Mastered by stevemtl: HD > Sound Forge (L2 dither > 24/48: L2 overall level adjust, edit, L2 music and talk level adjust, fades) > r8brain (vhq downsample > 24/44.1) > Sound Forge (L2 dither > 16/44.1) > CDwave (track cut) > TLH (flac level 6, ffp, md5) > TLH (torrent marker)
Circulated by stevemtl: Torrent marker uploaded to DIME on 2020-12-02.

RIP John Prine. Honour his memory by purchasing official releases and other merchandise.
Please pass on in a lossless format only; reserve mp3 and other degrades for your own use exclusively.
Do not profit in any material way from this recording.

Wonderful performance by Prine and band. Torrent has some talk and music levels raised, intrusive sounds removed, and dead air between songs reduced. This is a fresh transfer from my clone and therefore will differ from previous uploads of this performance, if any.
There is confusion about the date. For 1992 the official site declares them to be July 3rd, 4th and 5th, setlist FM indicates the 3rd, while JP Shrine indicates the 3rd, 5th, or 7th as possibilities. I’ve used 00 as a neutral choice.

Bruce Hornsby – Quincy, CA (07/05/02)

Bruce Hornsby
07/05/02
High Sierra Music Festival – Grandstand Stage
Quincy, CA

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Piano intro >
White Wheeled Limousine
Across the River >
Valley Road >
Across The River
(Spider Fingers) >
Rainbow’s Cadillac
Stander on the Mountain
Funhouse >
Sing in the Sunshine >
Funhouse
End of the Innocence
Take Out the Trash
Encore: Tango King

Jorma Kaukonen & Sam Bush – Quincy, CA (06/30/00)

Jorma Kaukonen & Sam Bush
06/30/00
High Sierra Music Festival
Quincy, CA

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01. intro by Wesley Robertson
02. Hesistation Blues
03. “the roots of Rock and Roll and Bluegrass”
04. Crossroads Blues
05. “if you have any questions”
06. Sally Where’d You Get Your Liquor From?
07. “deeply disturbed”
08. How Long Blues
09. “my middle name”
10. Mann’s Fate
11. “favorite Jerry tune”
12. Sittin’ on Top of the World
13. (applause)
14. 99 Year Blues

This is a very laid back show. Jorma and Sam spend a lot of time talking with the audience, answering questions and of course playing tunes. Its quite fun listening to them in such a casual setting, having a ball themselves.