Janis Joplin – San Francisco, CA (06/23/68)

Big Brother & The Holding Co.
Carousel Ballroom
S.F., Ca.
1968-06-23

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SBD Recording

Tracks:

1 Combination Of The Two
2 I Need A Man To Love
3 Flower In The Sun
4 Light Is Faster Than Sound
5 Summertime
6 Mr Natural (cut)

SBD>Trade CDR>Winamp>FLAC

Various Artists – Monterey, CA (06/16-18/67)

Various Artists
Monterey Pop Festival
County Fairgrounds
Monterey, CA
June 16-18, 1967

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The Monterey Pop Festival was held June 16 – 18, 1967 at the County Fairgrounds in Monterey, California, also the site of established folk, jazz and blues festivals. It was the first large rock festival, with around 200,000 people attending, and served as a template for the Woodstock Festival in New York State two years later. Many of the performers got their first big-time exposure at Monterey.

Great production for the Italian Bootleg label “On Stage”, made in the 1994.
Six cd for three Volums to witness THE FIRST BIG ROCK FESTIVAL

Maybe this is not the most complete show (anyway, see the tracklist)… for sure, it’s a great show in a very amazing quality audio.

Extractor: EAC 0.99 prebeta 4
Read Mode: Secure with NO C2, accurate stream, disable cache.
Codec: Flac 1.2.1; Level 8
Source: Original CD
Artwork: Full complete Scans (original and found)

Lineage: My Silvers Cd-EAC-FLAC Levell 8

Cd-1

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE

  1. Somebody To Love
  2. The Other Side Of This Life
  3. White Rabbit
  4. High Flying Bird
  5. Today
  6. She Has Funny Cars
  7. Young Girl Sunday Blues
  8. Ballad Of You, Me and Pooneil

THE WHO

  1. Summertime Blues
  2. Pictures Of Lily
  3. Happy Jack
  4. My Generation

STEVE MILLER BLUES BAND

  1. Mercury Blues

SCOTT McKENZIE

  1. San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)

Cd-2

SIMON & GARFUNKEL

  1. Homeward Bound
  2. At The Zoo
  3. Feeliní Groovy
  4. For Emily
  5. Sounds Of Silence
  6. Benedictus
  7. Punkyís Dilemma

BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD

  1. Rock & Roll Woman
  2. Bluebird
  3. For What Itís Worth
  4. Nowdayís Clancy Canít Even Sing

THE ELECTRIC FLAG

  1. Drinkiní Wine
  2. Grooviní Is Easy
  3. Night Time Is The Right Time

MG’S AND THE MAR-KEYS

  1. Do The Dog

Cd-3

COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH

  1. Not-So-Sweet Martha Lorraine
  2. Fixiní To Die Rag
  3. Please Donít Drop That H-Bomb

CANNED HEAT

  1. Rolliní and Tumbliní
  2. Bullfrog Blues

HUGH MASEKELA

  1. Bajabula Bonke

BOOKER T AND THE MGíS

  1. Booker-Loo
  2. Hip Hug-Her

THE MAMAíS & THE PAPAíS

  1. Straight Shooter
  2. Got A Feeliní
  3. California Dreaminí
  4. I Call Your Name
  5. Spanish Harlem
  6. Somebody Groovy
  7. Monday, Monday
  8. Dancing In The Street
  9. Instrumental

Cd-4

BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY with JANIS JOPLIN

  1. Down On Me
  2. Combination Of The Two
  3. Harry
  4. Road Block
  5. Ball And Chain

GRATEFUL DEAD

  1. Viola Lee Blues
  2. Cold Rain and Snow

THE BYRDS

  1. He Was A Friend Of Mine
  2. Hey Joe
  3. So You Wanna Be A Rock ëNí Roll Star

INTERWIEWS

  1. RAVI SHANKAR/BOOKER T AND THE MGíS/MICHELLE & JOHN PHILLIP/LOU ADLER/COUNTRY JOE…

Cd-5

ERIC BURDON & THE ANIMALS

  1. Paint It Black
  2. San Francisco Nights
  3. Ginhouse Blues
  4. Hey Gyp

BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND

  1. Mary Ann
  2. Look Over Yonders Wall
  3. Droppiní Out
  4. Born In Chicago
  5. Driftin’ Blues
  6. One More Headache

LOU RAWLS

  1. Dead End Street
  2. Tobacco Road

JOHNNY RIVERS

  1. Memphis

Cd-6

JIMI HENDRIX

  1. Killing Floor
  2. Like A Rolling Stone
  3. Foxey Lady
  4. Rock Me Baby
  5. Can You See Me
  6. Hey Joe
  7. Purple Haze
  8. The Wind Cries Mary
  9. Wild Thing

OTIS REDDING

  1. Shake (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
  2. Respect (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
  3. Iíve Been Loving You Too Long (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
  4. Satisfaction (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
  5. Try A Little Tenderness (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)

INTERVIEWS

  1. PETER ALBION/DAVID CROSBY/GRACE SLICK…

Grateful Dead – San Rafael, CA (07/16/70)

Grateful Dead
July 16, 1970
Euphoria Ballroom
San Rafael, CA

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–Set 1–
Turn on Your Lovelight*
Me & My Uncle*
cold Rain & Snow*
//China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider ->
Candyman
Turn on Your Lovelight

–Set 2–
Casey Jones +
Attics of My Life +
Cumberland Blues +
Not Fade Away -> +
Saint Stephen -> +
Uncle John’s Band +

*Missing from both sources
+ Missing from Source 2

Source 1

This is combined & tagged version of shnids: 32551 + 32575

Set 1-

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Cassette -> Cassette

Transfer Info:
Cassette (Sony TC-WE475) -> Sony R500 (Pass Through) ->
SEK’D Prodif Plus -> Samplitude Professional v8.01 -> FLAC

Transferred and Edited By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
February 28, 2006

Notes:
— Thanks to Paul Scotton Cassette
— Turn On Your Lovelight with Janis Joplin
———————————————

Set 2-

SBD>MR>?>C>CD>SHN

Tracks split using CDWav
SHN conversion using MKWAct
No other editing or processing was done.

Comments:
I converted this cassette to disc around 1999 or 2000, then promptly
forgot about it until recently. I’m pretty sure of the lineage,
considering my original source of the cassette and the sound quality.
Tape hiss is minor and I don’t recall hearing any dropouts.

The Attics is absolutely stunning.

Ed
thezoo@cyber-dyne.com

Source 2

This is a tagged version of shnid: 140310

Source: SBD > Master Reel > Cass > CDR
Lineage: CDR > Eac > wav > iZotope RX6 Advanced > iZotope Ozone 5 Advanced > CD Wave > TLH > Flac16

Comments:

– “Love Light” is with Janis Joplin

Thanks to Charlie Miller for this source.

Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (06/07/69)

Grateful Dead
June 7, 1969
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA

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I have two sources for this show, you can read the text files here.

–Songlist–
101-d1t01 – Dire Wolf ->
102-d1t02 – Dupree’s Diamond Blues ->
103-d1t03 – Mountains of the Moon ->
104-d1t04 – Dark Star ->
105-d1t05 – St. Stephen ->
106-d1t06 – The Eleven ->
107-d1t07 – Sitting on Top of the World ->
108-d1t08 – Cold Rain & Snow ->
109-d1t09 – Doin’ That Rag
110-d2t01 – Me & My Uncle
111-d2t02 – Turn on Your Lovelight

–disc 1 total time–72:43–
–disc 2 total time–25:45–

COMMENTS:
-Miss Janis Joplin’s vocals during Turn On Your Lovelight are first -heard at 4:20.

Janis Joplin – Toronto, Canada (06/28/70)

Janis Joplin & The Full Tilt Boogie Band
CNE Stadium
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
June 28, 1970

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Source:
Soundboard > ? > Traded fileset > DL > FLAC (level 8, align on sector
boundaries, fileset titles named using standard archiving nomenclature
and are fully tagged)

Setlist:

01 Tell Mama
02 Half Moon
03 Move Over
04 Maybe
05 Summertime
06 Little Girl Blue
07 That’s Rock ‘N’ Roll
08 Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)
09 Kozmic Blues
10 Piece Of My Heart
11 Cry Baby
12 Get It While You Can
13 Ball And Chain

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festival_Express

This is the Janis Joplin show on June 28, 1970 at the CNE Stadium in Toronto, the first city to receive the Festival Express train.

Festival Express was unique among rock festivals – rather than being held in one location, it was staged in three – Canadian cities Toronto, Winnipeg and Calgary during the summer of 1970. Montreal was initially to have been the fourth city, but this concert was canceled as the date
would have coincided with St. Jean Baptiste Day, and the city felt it couldn’t provide adequate security. The idea was that rather than flying in to each city, the musicians would travel by chartered Canadian National Railways train, with the hope of fostering an atmosphere of
musical creativity and closeness between the performers. The train rides between cities ultimately became a combination of non-stop jam sessions and partying, fueled by excess alcohol. Among the most memorable scenes depicting these informal jam sessions is a drunken jam featuring The
Band’s Rick Danko, the Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir, and Janis Joplin. As the festival was taking place, there was a movement amongst North American youth centering on the notion that rock concerts should be free. As at Woodstock, many kids showed up with no intention of paying the $14 admission. Despite the financial hardship this caused promoters Ken Walker and Thor Eaton, the train continued on, providing a rich environment in which the traveling bands could jam and interact.

In 2003, a documentary film about this was released with footage both from the concerts and aboard the train. In the film, musician Kenny Gradney, who performed with Delaney & Bonnie, commented on the atmosphere during the tour: “It was better than Woodstock, as great as
Woodstock was.”The traveling show highlighted several points in the transitioning effects of music in the post-idealism of the late 60s, as large groups of protesters allegedly incited riots in order to get into the shows for free, and the promoters attempted to bring a traveling festival to a host of cities. Even the intervention of various Canadian police forces couldn’t reconcile the resulting chaos.
While the promoters took a major financial hit, the tour was still a success, featuring now legendary performances by the Grateful Dead, The Band, Janis Joplin, and Buddy Guy, among others. The Dead were just transforming their sound from dense, jammed psychedelia to the country/folk harmonies of Workingman’s Dead and American Beauty; The Band’s performance showed them at the very pinnacle of the their powers; and for Joplin, this would turn out to be one of her last
performances, as she died approximately two months later.

Janis Joplin & the Koxmic Blues Band – Amsterdam, The Netherlands (04/01/69)

Janis Joplin and the Kozmic Blues Band
04-01-69
Venue: (unknown)
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Download FLAC/MP3: Mediafire

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Set One:

1.) Instrumental
2.) Maybe
3.) Summertime
4.) Try (just a little bit harder)
5.) Can’t Turn You Loose
6.) Combination of the Two
7.) Ball and Chain –>
8.) Piece of My Heart

Source: SBD

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Janis Joplin – A Flower in the Sun

Janis Joplin
A Flower in the Sun
My copy was labeled as 03/27/66 but Etree notes it is really a compilation of dates

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23rd June 1968:
Flower In The Sun
Roadblock
Summertime

2nd March 1968:
Piece Of My Heart

4th April 1968:
All Is Loneliness

2nd March 1968:
Down On Me

12th April 1968:
Bye, Bye Baby

13th April 1968:
Farewell Song

31st January 1967:
Amazing Grace / Hi-Heel Sneakers

12th April 1969:
Raise Your Hand

1st March 1968:
Magic Of Love

Summertime (Studio Outtake)

Janis Joplin & Mike Bloomfield – San Francisco, CA (12/03/69)

JANIS JOPLIN, MIKE BLOOMFIELD & FRIENDS
San Franciscan Nights
Unknown studio, San Francisco
December 3, 1969

Download FLAC: File Factory  or Amazon Drive

1. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
2. Try Just A Little Bit Harder
3. Don’t Quit Daddy
4. Get It While You Can
5. Had To Get Out Of Texas