Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Iowa City, IA (03/20/71)

grateful dead - iowa city - 1971-03-20-Iowa-Fieldhouse

Grateful Dead
03/20/71
Iowa Fieldhouse, University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA
gd71-03-20.sbd.barbella.5582.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

SBD > MR > cass > dat > CD > SHN (seekable)

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 5582

DAT>CD transfer by Mandrake
EAC and shn transfer by Steve Barbella
seeded 9/30/01

EAC v.9 secure w/ offsets configured
shn with mkw v.97 seekable shns

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Truckin’
102-d1t02 – Loser
103-d1t03 – Hard to Handle
104-d1t04 – Playing in the Band
105-d1t05 – Bertha
106-d1t06 – Deal
107-d1t07 – /Me & My Uncle
108-d1t08 – Next Time You See Me
109-d1t09 – Me & Bobby McGee
110-d1t10 – Cumberland Blues
111-d2t01 – Big Boss Man
112-d2t02 – Good Lovin’

–Set 2–
201-d2t03 – Casey Jones
202-d2t04 – Sugar Magnolia
203-d2t05 – Around & Around
204-d2t06 – Uncle John’s Band
205-d2t07 – Turn on Your Lovelight

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Decemberists – Des Moines, IA – (07/09/16)

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The Decemberists
2016-07-09
80/35 Festival
Western Gateway Park
Des Moines IA

Download: FLAC/MP3

source – AKG CK1X > Naiant Tinybox > Tascam Dr60d
transfer – SD > Wavelab 6 > CD wave Editor > FLAC

SETLIST

I Dreamt I Was An Architect
I Dreamt I Was An Architect
We Both Go Down Together
January
Make You Better
Calamity
Soldiering
Riverswim
Crane Wife
Rake
Valencia
The Chimbley Sweep
12/12/17
Mariner’s Revenge Song

notes – Mics on stand ~ 8 feet high PAS inside FOH cage

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Merl Saunders – Council Bluffs, IA (02/21/02)

Merl Sanders

Merl Saunders
02/21/02
Mile-A-Way Hall
Council Bluffs, IA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disk 1
Track 1
Child’s Play(?)
That’s What Love Will Make You Do
Track 4
Track 5
Track 6
Track 7
Track 8

Disk II
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
Track 6
Track 7
Track 8
Track 9

Sorry about not having the full set list. Etree doesn’t have it and my quick google searching didn’t turn anything up. These are all full songs with names and lyrics, but I’m too lazy to really figure them out. If somebody can figure them out, please do post.

Otherwise this is another fine show from Merl Saunders. Lots of good groovy rock and roll.  The sound is decent, it is definitely an audience recording but it isn’t too muddled.

Bootleg Bonanza: Evan Dando – Iowa City, IA (01/18/04)

evan dando

Evan Dando
Gabe’s Oasis
Iowa City, IA
18/01/2004

Download MP3@192kps

recording: sbd>analog cable>sony tcd-d100
transfer: tcd-d100>analog cable>creative sb live!>cool edit 2000>cd wav>shn
tlh > cd wav > flac frontend level 8 asb verified

The taper ran out of tape on the last song, a Big Star cover,
so it fades out and then back in once he inserted a new tape.

Disc 1
01. Confetti
02. Into Your Arms
03. All My Life
04. My Drug Buddy
05. Hannah & Gabi
06. My Idea
07. The Outdoor Type
08. Tenderfoot
09. If I Could Talk I’d Tell You
10. Great Big No
11. Hard Drive
12. The Turnpike Down
13. Down About It
14. How Will I Know [Whitney Houston]
15. I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman [Britney Spears]
16. Different Drum [Michael Nesmith]
17. Why Do You Do This To Yourself?
18. Shots Is Fired
19. The Same Thing You Thought Hard About Is The Same Part I Can Live Without
20. Ride With Me
21. Stove
22. Fall Down Dead
23. Being Around
24. Frying Pan [Victoria Williams]
25. Rudderless
26. Lake Charles [Lucinda Williams]
27. Abandoned [Lucinda Williams]
28. Side of The Road [Lucinda Williams]
29. Like A Rose [Lucinda Williams]
30. It’s A Shame About Ray

Disc 2
01. We had it coming! I’m not political by the way!!
02. How Much I’ve Lied [Gram Parsons]
03. $1000 Wedding [Gram Parsons]
04. Mallo Cup
05. I Don’t Want To Hurt You
06. Window Shopping [Hank Williams]
07. Left For Dead
08. Style
09. Bit Part
10. Ballad of El Goodo [Big Star]

For a brief period in the early 90s I became  a fan of Evan Dando and the Lemonheads.  To this day I really love It’s a Shame About Ray.  I say I became a brief fan because not long after that album, and the folow up, Come on Feel… I stopped listening to them.  I had never bothered with their previous albums, and I have yet to get anything other than those two.   I suppose you could call me a casual fan, or only a hit listener, but the truth is that for those couple of years I really loved that band.  But as with so many things I simply lost touch with them.

This is an acoustic solo show with just Evan Dando.  The sound quality is really wonderful, and his performance is nice.  There is a cool mix of old Lemonhead numbers and all kinds of quirky covers.  Exactly what I want with this kind of show.  Be warned though, that when Dando starts talking he often sounds like a complete moron.  Dude, just shut up and sing!