Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: David and the Dorks – San Francisco, CA (12/20/70)

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“David and the Dorks”
(David Crosby, Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh)
12/20/70
The Matrix
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 4499

Disc 1 (7 tracks, 53:54)

1. Bertha
2. Deep Elem Blues
3. Drop Down Mama
4. Cowboy Movie
5. Triad
6. The Wall
7. Motherless Children

Lineage: SBD>Rn>DAT>CD>EAC>SHN

[note: Rn = unknown number of reel generations]

DAT to CD/SNH conversion done by Glenn Tremblay
(glenntremblay@charter.net)
Please forward any show/setlist corrections.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Phil Lesh & Friends – Oklahoma City, OK (07/06/00)

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Phil Lesh & Friends
07-06-00
Zoo Amphitheater
Oklahoma City, OK

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: AKG481>Dmic-20>D8>HHB-850>MKW>SHN.

Disc1

Jam >
St.Stephen >
11 Jam >
Other One Jam >
MS Half Step >
Other One Jam >
St. Stephen >
Bird Song

Disc2
Oh Atlanta >
The Wheel >
Scarlet Begonias
E:Casey Jones

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Broken Angels – San Francisco, CA (01/31/98)

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Broken Angels w/Phil Lesh
Fillmore Auditorium
San Francisco, CA
01/31/98

Download: FLAC/MP3

Set 1:
1. Franklin’s Tower
2. It’s all too Much
3. Broken Arrow
4. Honeydew
5. Sultans of Swing
6. St. Stephen
7. Scarlet Begonias
8. Fire on The Mountain
9. Sugaree

Set 2:
1. Friend Of The Devil
2. Golden Days
3. Stella Blue
4. The Other One
5. Dark Star jam > Imagine
6. Dark Star
7. Things We Said Today

CD 3
1. Cosmic Charlie
2. Box Of Rain
3. Like A Rolling Stone
4. Encores
5. Wild Horses
6. The Wheel > And We Bid You Goodnight

Comment: Broken Angels: Robin Bonnell, Clayton Call, David Gans, Joe
Goldmark, Tammie Horowitz, Steve Horowitz, Jennifer Jolly, Gary Lambert,
Phil Lesh, Kitty Margolis, Vince Welnick

Recorded with 3 CM 300 Naks X-Y, 2 CP4’s (Guns) 1 CP3 (Omni)
DAT>CD

By Jill & Rob Rightmyer

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Broken Angels & Friends – San Francisco, CA (11/06/97)

david gans - phil lesh 1997

Broken Angels And Friends
November 6, 1997
Maritime Hall
San Francisco CA
Benefit For The Unbroken Chain Foundation

Download: FLAC/MP3

Recording Info:
SBD + (Lower Balcony) Microtech Gefell M300 -> Mackie 1202VLZ > Dat (Tascam DA-P1) > CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> dBpoweramp Music Converter -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

Recorded By Michael Zelner
Discs Supplied By David Gans
Converted By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
April 23, 2011

Set One:
d1t01 – Tuning/Intro’s
d1t02 – Live One
d1t03 – Salisbury Plain
d1t04 – Crazy Crazy Crazy
d1t05 – Yellow Moon
d1t06 – Jay’s Song
d1t07 – Hooker River
d1t08 – Bertha
d1t09 – Cassidy*+ ->
d1t10 – Sultans of Swing*+ ->
d1t11 – Playing in the Band*+
d2t01 – Broken Arrow*= ->
d2t02 – China Cat Jam*+= ->
d2t03 – I Saw Her Standing There*+=

Set Two:
d2t04 – Jam*@+=~ ->
d2t05 – Dark Star*@+=~ ->
d2t06 – New Speedway Boogie*+=~ ->
d2t07 – The Other One*+=~ ->
d2t08 – Black Throated Wind
d2t09 – Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues*=%^~
d3t01 – Box of Rain*=%~
d3t02 – Not Fade Away=%#^& ->
d3t03 – St Stephen=%#^& ->
d3t04 – Terrapin Station=#&^$ ->
d3t05 – Midnight Moonlight=#^$ ->
d3t06 – Big River@=#^$

Encore:
d3t07 – The Minstrel
d3t08 – Cosmic Charlie=%

d1t01>d1t07 lineup
David Gans – electric guitar, vocals
Eric Rawlins – acous. guitar, vocals
Rik Elswit – elec. guitar, guitar synth.
Jennifer Jolly – keybd., vocals
Steve Ramirez – bass
Clayton Call – drums

d1t08>d2t03 lineup
David Gans – elec. guitar, vocals
Bob Nakamine – elec. guitar
Alan Feldstein – elec. guitar, vocals
=Gary Lambert – elec. guitar, vocals (replacing Alan)
Jennifer Jolly – keybd.
+Bob Bralove – keybd., vocals
Liz Warren – vocals
Steve Ramirez – bass
*Phil Lesh – bass, vocals (replacing Steve)
Clayton Call – drums
Anthony Aversano – percussion

d2t04>d3t06 lineup
David Gans – elec. guitar, vocals
@Robin Bonnell – elec. cello
*Phil Lesh – bass, vocals
Mika Scott – drums
~Alan Feldstein – elec. guitar, vocals
=Gary Lambert – elec. guitar, vocals
^Bob Nakamine – elec. guitar
Scott Fernandez – keybd., vocals
+Bob Bralove – keybd., vocals
%Jennifer Jolly – keybd., vocals
#Duane Day – bass, vocals (replacing Phil)
Liz Warren – vocals
Anthony Aversano – percussion
$Clayton Call – percussion

encore lineup
David Gans – elec. guitar, vocals
Bob Nakamine – elec. guitar
Alan Feldstein – elec. guitar, vocals
=Gary Lambert – elec. guitar, vocals (replacing Alan)
%Scott Fernandez – keybd., vocals
Steve Ramirez – bass
Mika Scott – drums
Anthony Aversano – percussion

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Weir & Friends – Chicago, IL (11/17/78)

Jerry Garcia - Bob Weir - MIckey Hart - Phil Lesh - Hunger Week 1978

Bob Weir and Friends
11/17/78
Rambler Room, Loyola University
Chicago, IL

Download: FLAC/MP3

Hunger Week Benefit, billed as “Bob Weir and Friends”: Weir, Garcia, Hart, Lesh
Mickey introduced after Tom Dooley
SOURCE: GD Vault master cassette > DAT > Sonic Solutions > CD > CD(this being the disc David sent me)>extraction using adobe audition 1.5>flac level 8 > to you!

This is a tagged version of shnid: 80703

A really great listen and some unusual tunes for 1978, not to mention a couple of rarities! enjoy! thanks joe

01. WHININ’ BOY BLUES
02. TOM DOOLEY
03. THIS TIME FOREVER
04. DEEP ELEM BLUES
05. KC MOAN
06. KNOCKIN’ ON HEAVEN’S DOOR
07. BIG BOY PETE
08. JACKAROE
09. DARK HOLLOW
10. OH BOY

A big thank you to David Gans! http://www.trufun.com/

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia, Ned Lagin, David Crosby, Phil Lesh, Billy Kreutzmann, & John Cipollina – Marin County, CA (03/17/75)

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KPFA Tree Round 2
Ned Lagin’s birthday 3/17/75
Recorded at Bob Weir’s studio (aka Ace’s).

Download: FLAC/MP3

You can read a transcript of David and Ned’s talk here.

KPFA Grateful Dead Marathon 2/3/01
Host: David Gans
KPFA 94.1 fm Berkeley CA
SBD>Cm>Sonic Solutions>CD

Ned Lagin, acoustic and electric piano
Jerry Garcia, electric guitar
David Crosby, electric 12-string guitar
Phil Lesh, bass
Billy Kreutzmann, drums
John Cipollina, electric guitar (#2 only)

Disc 1
1. Talk 7:27
2. Ned’s #1 5:25
3. Talk 9:22
4. Ned’s #2 :42
5. Ned’s #3 23:45
6. Talk 17:55
7. Ned’s #4 8:25
8. Talk :46
Total time 73:51

Disc 2
1. Talk 18:31
2. Eyes of the World->
Wharf Rat 43:00
Grateful Dead 9/11/74 Alexandra Palace, London
3. Talk 6:57
4. Ned’s #1 5:25
Total time 73:58

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: David & The Dorks – San Francisco, CA (12/15/70)

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David Crosby, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh & Mickey Hart (aka David & The Dorks)
The Matrix
San Francisco, CA
12/15/70

Download: FLAC/MP3

source: sbd >mr > ? >dat > xa2 >cdr > shn > wav > flac

Disc 1
set 1 – rehearsal

01 Alabama Bound
02 Eight Miles High
03 Cowboy Movie
04 Wall Song
05 Bertha
06 Bird Song

Disc 2
set 2 – show

01 Drop Down Mama
02 Cowboy Movie
03 Triad
04 Wall Song
05 Bertha
06 Deep Elem Blues
07 Motherless Children
08 Laughing

notes from the original uploader:

– d1, I removed most of the dead air as quite frankly, it was an annoyance. boosted level by 4.48 decibels in right channel. a small section was cut from the start of d1t03, where there was distortion. hiss reduction was applied throughout.
– d2, t02 a number of volume adjustments in both channels, t03 some volume adjustments in first 2:13 minutes, t07 boosted both channel by 3 decibels. t08 boosted right chaneel by 2 decibels. closed several small gaps between t05 & t06. hiss reduction applied throughout
– a few miscellaneous clicks removed
– final mastering with iZotope Ozone

comments from Deadlists Project:

This is Crosby, Garcia, Lesh & Hart, sometimes known as David And The Dorks. SET 1 is an afternoon rehearsal and soundcheck. SET 2 is the live set.

Jerry Garcia & Friends were advertised at the Matrix on December 15, 16 & 17. In the pause after the snatch of Eight Miles High vocals rehearsal Crosby is heard asking someone to “put limiters on it. I overblew their mics last night.” The comment implies he’s talking on the second night of the run, which would make this the 16th rather than the 15th; however, these tapes have always circulated dated “12/15/70.”

The first four tunes are all Crosby’s. The Jam out of Triad is choice. Bertha is a very early version with a few bungled lyrics. Deep Elem Blues is a unique arrangement heavily influenced by Crosby’s rhythm guitar.

SIRMick
February 2005

Upgrade Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – San Francisco, CA (04/12/96)

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Bruce Hornsby
04/12/96
The Fillmore Auditorium
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

(Shortnin’ Bread) >
Spider Fingers >
(Tighten Up) >
(First There Is A Mountain)
White Wheeled Limousine
Tango King
Night on the Town
Talk of the Town >
(So What)
Hot House Ball
Stranded on Easy Street
Every Little Kiss
Rainbow’s Cadillac >
(Walk on the Wild Side) >
(Shaft)
Cruise Control
China Doll >
Pastures of Plenty
Down the Road Tonight
The Valley Road >
(Breezin’)
Sugaree *
Western Skyline*
Masterpiece*
Jack Straw*
Truckin’ > *#
Lovelight > *#
Not Fade Away*#
Encore: The Weight*#

* With Bob Weir
#With Phil Lesh

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Planet Earth Rock & Roll Orchestra – San Francisco, CA (11/70 – 01/71) “The PERRO Sessions”

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Planet Earth Rock & Roll Orchestra
The PERRO Sessions
Wally Heider Recording Studio
San Francisco, Ca.
November 1970 – January 1971

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Master Soundboard Reels Recorded by Stephen Barncard 1970 – 1971
Transferred at A & M Tape Copy 01/23/1991 to DAT

Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 M-Audio Audiophile 2496 at 48 khz 16 bit into Wavelab 5.0
Mastering with iZotope Ozone 3 dithered to 44.1 khz 16 bit > CDWAV1.9 > FLAC (level 8).
Transferred and mastered by Bill Koucky September 30, 2007
Seeded by Green Mountain Brothers

PERRO is:
David Crosby
Graham Nash
Jerry Garcia
Phil Lesh
Mickey Hart
Billy Kreutzmann
Paul Kantner
Grace Slick
Jorma Kaukonen
Jack Casady
David Freiberg
and others…

Disc 1

01-02-1971
1. Is It Really Monday
2. Under Anesthesia (false start)
3. Under Anesthesia
4. Crosby – ‘I thought I’d try something original…
5. Loser # 1
6. Loser # 2
7. Over Jordan

01-03-1971
8. The Mountain Song # 1
9. The Mountain Song # 2
10. The Mountain Song # 3
11. The Mountain Song # 4

Time: 46:23

Disc 2

01-13-1971
1. Wild Turkey (or Leather Winged Bat)
2. Jerry & Jorma Jam # 1 (or Electric Bat) >
3. Jam # 10

12-13-1970
4. false start on tape
5. Wall Song
6. Wall Song – Acoustic

01-11-1971
7. Eep Hour (Rounds)
8. Dope Wrap w/ Piano

11-04-1970
9. Shuffle (Jam Slide II)

01-14-1971
10. Jorma & Jerry’s Jam – 2 (Jam After Electric Bat)

Time: 63:46

Upgrade Bonanza: Railroad Earth – Railroad Jerry

Railroad Earth
Railroad Jerry (Railroad Earth Covering Songs Jerry Garcia Sang)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disk I
1. Big River^ 10-16-02 4:55
2. Catfish John 4-24-04 8:54
3. Sitting here in Limbo 11-28-03 9:49
4. Just so you know > Lovelight 10-31-03 15:58
5. the Wheel 8-28-04 7:50
6. Terrapin 8-7-04 12:06
7. Mississippi ? Step 3-4-05 10:43
8. Hobo song 12-30-04 7:05

Disk 2
1. Desolation Row 7-11-04 13:17
2. Lazy River Road* 2-12-05 7:13
3. Wayfaring Stranger 5-20-05 7:20
4. White Dove 8-19-05 6:06
5. Lonesome Fiddle Blues 8-19-05 3:23
6. Bluegrass Breakdown 8-19-05 5:02
7. GDTRFB*# 4-16-05 7:06
8. Terrapin Station 7-3-05 14:02

Comment
^ w/ David Gans on guitar and vocals
* w/ Phil Lesh
# w/ Vince Hermann on guitar and vocals

Notes from the creator:

This is a collection of songs performed by Railroad Earth that were also
done by Jerry in one form or another; Old and in the Way, JGB, and Grateful
Dead. I put together this compilation in an effort to help expand a friend’s musical horizons.

The songs were culled from a variety of source tapes primarily downloaded
from the Live Music Archive. Where more than one version of a particular song was
available I listened to a few to pick the one with the best combination of
recording and performance. This was entirely subjective and not an
exhaustive exercise. Your mileage may vary. I tried to avoid the more
obvious selections like 4/16/05 when Phil sat in with the RRE boys, although
I did use one song from that show, GDTRFB, as it was the only version I knew
of (besides Phil didn?t sing).

I tried to balance recording levels, make cuts and fades so that the
compilation works reasonably well in the order the tracks are listed.
Obviously other combinations would work equally as well, or not.