d1t01. Intro d1t02. T.V. Mama d1t03. Doorbell Blues/ d1t04. Intro > Down The Road I Go d1t05. They Call me Muddy Waters d1t06. Baby Please Don’t Go d1t07. Reefer Blues d1t08. Going Out Walkin d1t09. Deep Down In Florida d1t10. Hoochie Coochy Man/
d2t01. Intro > Love her with a feeling d2t02. Mannish Boy > outro d2t03. Got My Mojo Working D2t04. Instrumental Segway D2t04. Sweet home Chicago D2T06. Outro
d1t03: This track is cut rather abruptly. Music is lost
d1t10: This track fades out, music playing. Music lost.
d2t02: Starting at 5:24 there were some yells that were just off that charts, mixed with some digital anomalies. Both were attentuated as best as possible. Remants are still audible, but definetly better.
I’ve compared this to a previously circulating source and the quality on this is IMO an upgrade. The other source of this date has some issues with clarity, and distortion is common. These issues are not present here. There is a big speed difference between the two. I’ve had a few people put an ear to this one, a guitar was tuned up and it was decided that this source is extremely close to where it should be so the other source must run fast. The other source I found of this was trackeded differently. This is tracked exactly as it came off the tape. Other than a few abrupt cuts as noted above, the balance of the songs flow from one to another so I’m assuming that this is it should be. Some of the into’s and outro’s leave a little wondering to be done.
Big thanks to John “the wild man” Bleich for the excellent source tapes .
Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter, Buddy Miles and other musicians all find themselves at New York
City’s Scene Club in 1968. What do you they do? They jam! Morrison is clearly wasted and sings some interesting
lyrics (“Morrison’s Lament”). This is the kind of bootleg they’ll never release. Its historical, funny, and cool to put
on at parties – no one else has heard it.
Here’s the setlist according to the artwork:
1. Red House
2. Wake Up This Morning And You Find Yourself Dead
3. Bleeding Heart
4. Morrison’s Lament
5. Tomorrow Never Knows
6. Uranus Rock
7. Outside Woman Blues
8. Sunshine of Your Love
Source: AT9400 Stereo Mic> Sony WA66 Cassette recorder with Maxell UDXLII FOB 12 rows stage right
Transfer: Nakamichi 700ZXE Cassette Deck> Apogee Mini Me @ 16/44> MTII> Wav
Assembly: AA3 for fades and edits, CDWav for tracks, TLH for flac7, foobar for flac tagging
Dont Take Advantage of Me
I Smell Trouble
Johnny B Goode
All Over Now
Bonus clip of opener Robert Cray Band (opener)
– Tape flip was xfaded at 44:43 during I Smell Trouble
– A few pauses were edited
– Thanks to Brian aka Veesch for helping me record this one
– No other EQ or NR used
– Taped, transfered, Assembled and Tagged by Popskull 11/10