Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: New Riders of the Purple Sage & The Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (11/06/70)

grateful dead - port chester - 1970

Grateful Dead, with New Riders of the Purple Sage
November 6, 1970
Capitol Theater,
Port Chester, NY
gd70-11-06.aud.warner.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 17183

*Acoustic set through 1:50 of El Paso, entire electric set is MAC>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN,
from Ken Leigh’s master, recorded from the center loge with a Sony TC-110 cassette
deck with built-in microphone.

*Uncle John’s Band and NRPS set is MAC>C>R>D>CD>EAC>SHN, from Ken Leigh’s master

*From 1:50 of El Paso through 0:03 of Uncle John’s Band is MAC>R>D>CD>EAC>SHN,
from Dave Tamarkin’s master, recorded from the floor with a Sony Dictaphone

**Normalization, patches, EAC, SHN encoding by Jack Warner.
Uploaded to tol.etree.org 5.6.03

–Sound Check–
001-d1t01 – Candyman take one
002-d1t02 – Candyman take two
003-d1t03 – Uncle John’s Band take one
004-d1t04 – Uncle John’s Band take two
005-d1t05 – Attics of My Life
006-d1t06 – Drums and bass tuning

–Dead Acoustic set–
101-d1t07 – Don’t Ease Me In
102-d1t08 – Deep Elem Blues
103-d1t00 – Dark Hollow
104-d1t10 – Friend of the Devil
105-d1t05 – The Rub
106-d1t06 – Black Peter
107-d1t07 – El Paso
108-d1t08 – Brokedown Palace
109-d1t09 – Uncle John’s Band

–NRPS Set–
201-d2t01 – Workin’ Man Blues
202-d2t02 – I Don’t Know You
203-d2t03 – Whatcha Gonna Do
204-d2t04 – Glendale Train
205-d2t05 – Portland Woman
206-d2t06 – Fair Chance to Know
207-d2t07 – All I Ever//Wanted
208-d2t08 – Truck Drivin’ Man
209-d2t09 – Lodi
210-d2t10 – Me & Bobby McGee
211-d2t11 – Louisiana Lady
212-d2t12 – The Weight
213-d2t13 – Honky Tonk Woman

–Dead Electric Set–
301-d3t01 – Casey Jones
302-d3t02 – Me & My Uncle
303-d3t03 – I’m a King Bee
304-d3t04 – China Cat Sunflower ->
305-d3t05 – I Know You Rider
306-d3t06 – Truckin’
307-d3t07 – Candyman
308-d3t08 – Sugar Magnolia
309-d3t09 – Drums ->
310-d3t10 – Good Lovin’ ->
311-d3t11 – Drums ->
312-d3t12 – The Main Ten ->
313-d3t13 – Drums ->
314-d3t14 – Good Lovin’
315-d4t01 – Alligator ->
316-d4t02 – Waggin’ His Tail Jam ->
317-d4t03 – Not Fade Away ->
318-d4t04 – Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad ->
319-d4t05 – Mountain Jam ->
320-d4t06 – Not Fade Away ->
321-d4t07 – Caution ->
322-d4t08 – Turn On/Your Lovelight

–disc 1 total time–74:03–
–disc 2 total time–71:43–
–disc 3 total time–77:54–
–disc 4 total time–56:33–

notes:
*There are some small master glitches ~1:30 of Black Peter.

*The Tamarkin master is fairly brutal, but it’s the only tape which supplies the end
of El Paso and Brokedown Palace. There is some serious tape warble on these tunes,
and there is some very bad tape crackle between songs, which I have removed where
possible without touching the music. Listener beware! For completists only.

*There is a master tape flip at 6:14 of All I Ever Wanted. Very little music seems
to be missing. I have smoothed the cut.

*There is a master glitch at 2:37 of Candyman.

*There are a few level fluctuations in Candyman.

*There is a master tape flip after Candyman. No music is missing.

*The Easy Wind which has circulated with this date has been determined to be from
July 10, 1970, and, as such, has not been included here. Based on the tapes,
it does not seem that Easy Wind was played this evening.

*There is a small master glitch at 4:03 of Drums following Good Lovin’.

*From Dave Tamarkin’s recollection, there is a broken string which accounts for the
break after Good Lovin’. The electric set was one long set, not two sets as it has
sometimes circulated in the past.

*There is a master tape flip at 7:30 of Lovelight. Very little music seems to be
missing. I have smoothed the cut.
_______________________________________

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (11/05/70)

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Grateful Dead
November 5, 1970
Capitol Theater
Port Chester, NY
gd70-11-05.aud-lee-sirmick.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This a tagged version of shnid: 30115
D1T1 through D2T2: MAC>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN>WAV>FLAC
D2T3 through D2T5: MAC>?>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN>WAV>FLAC

Recorded by Ken Lee with a Sony TC-110 with built-in microphone,
from center lodge.

–Dead Setlist–
101-d1t01 – Hard to Handle
102-d1t02 – tuning
103-d1t03 – Sittin’ on Top of the World
104-d1t04 – tuning
105-d1t05 – Mama Tried
106-d1t06 – tuning
107-d1t07 – Truckin’ ->
108-d1t08 – Drums ->
109-d1t09 – The Other One ->
110-d1t10 – Dark Star ->
111-d1t11 – Saint Stephen ->
112-d2t01 – Drums ->
113-d2t02 – Not Fade Away//
114-d2t03 – //Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
115-d2t04 – Not Fade Away ->
116-d2t05 – Turn on Your Lovelight

notes:
This is remaster of shnid 17182
I decided to track it a little differently to the original seed

SIRMick
July 2005

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (03/20/70)

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The Grateful Dead
March 20, 1970B
Capitol Theater,
Port Chester, NY
gd70-03-032.14287.sbd.hamilton.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

–Setlist–

-Electric–
Intro *
Casey Jones. *
Me & My Uncle. *
China Cat Sunflower -> *
I Know You Rider
Hard to Handle

–Acoustic–
Deep Elem Blues
Friend of the Devil
Don’t Ease Me In >
Black Peter//
//Uncle John’s Band
Katie Mae

–Electric–
Good Lovin’ ->
Drums ->
Not Fade Away ->
Drums ->
Good Lovin’
Viola Lee Blues
High Time
Turn On Your Lovelight
Applause
We Bid You Goodnight

–disc 1 total time–73:32–
–disc 2 total time–49:49–

*Missing from source 2

Source 1
This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shind: 14287
Sources and lineages:
Intro and first 50 seconds of Casey Jones from
Unknown Generation Audience Source
The Rest of Casey Jones through IKYR is 2nd generation
audience cassette > ZA2 > CD
Hard to Handle to the end is SBD > MR > PCM > ZA2 > CD
Mastered by David Hollister

Extracted (EAC) and shn-encoded by G.S. Hamilton
Thanks to Brian Voelz for providing this copy!

Source 2
This is a tagged version of shnid: 99182

SBD MR > ? > R @ 7.5 ips > CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC

— mastered to CD by Matt Smith —

Transfer info.:
AKAI GX 625 > Apogee Mini Me(24/96) >Apogee MiniDac
(monitoring/mastering) > Wavelab 5.0(dithered to 16/44 via Apogee)
> CD > EAC > WAV (TLH confirms no sbes) > FLAC (TLH)

notes:
here’s another sweet source from the Will Boswell collection.
give thanks and praise to Matt Smith for this great transfer.
huge thanks guys!!!

comments:
-This is an upgrade to the circulating sbd portion of this show.
-While no audience source circulates, shnid=14287 has the missing
songs patched with a couple of good audience sources.
-There is a period of inactivity after Katie Mae concludes, but
it doesn’t appear the band actually left the stage for an
formal setbreak.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead & The New Riders of the Purple Sage – Port Chester, NY (06/24/70)

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The Grateful Dead and The New Riders of the Purple Sage
June 24th 1970 Early & Late
Capitol Theatre,
Port Chester N.Y

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a combined & tagged version of shnidS: 23062 + 32710 + 100223
Primary Source shnid: 23062
Supplies the entire show except what is noted below.

Ken & Judy Lee Proudly Present
The Port Chester Resurrection Project
GD-NRPS1970-6-24PCRP#005.flacf

Source 2 shnid: 32710
Supplies all of the Dead’s Early Electric set

recorded by J.Cooper: Hitachi trq-222 stereo casstte recoder
using 2 hitachi mics and a 120 minute tape.
Transferred by Coopernicus March 2006:
Sony tcd5pro2>dbx223> Sonyrcdw500c MC>EQ>CDR>EAC>FLAC

Source 3 shnid: 100223
Supplies the Dead’s Late acoustic set

Source:
Audience master > ?? > Reel(Mono, Scotch 7″ reel @ 3&3/4ips) >
Alesis Masterlink ML-9600 > CDR > EAC(secure, offset corrected) >
Cool Edit Pro > TLH > FLAC16

Analog to Digital by Bill Gadsden, April 2009

Notes:
– Aud taper and equipment unknown.
– Some level adjustments were made.
– New Riders tracks were speed corrected +0.8%.
– Cool Edit Pro was used to perform all edits.
– Encoded to FLAC level 8 via Trader’s Little Helper.
– Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with pitch correction.

–EarlyShow–
-Dead Acoustic-
101-D1T01 – Direwolf
102-D1T02 – Dont Ease Me In
103-D1T03 – Attics of My Life
104-D1T04 – Friend of the Devil
105-D1T05 – 83968
106-D1T06 – Candyman
107-D1T07 – Uncle John’s Band

-NRPS-
201-D1T08 – Introduction
202-D1T09 – Working Man’s Blues
203-D1T10 – Watcha Gonna Do
204-D1T11 – Live & Let Live
205-D1T12 – If You Hear Me
206-D1T13 – Henry
207-D1T14 – Portland Woman
208-D1T15 – Dirty Business
209-D2T01 – Truck Drivin Man
210-D2T02 – Last Lonely Eagle
211-D2T03 – Honkey Tonk Women

-Dead Electric- from shind:32710
301-D2T04 – Introduction -> Casey Jones ->
302-D2T05 – Black Peter
303-D2T06 – Good Lovin
304-D2T07 – Mama Tried ->
305-D2t08 – Pigsnort
306-D2T09 – High Time
307-D2T10 – Cryptical Envelopment -> Drums ->
308-D2T11 – The Other One -> Cryptical Reprise
309-D2T12 – Cosmic Charlie//-> Begin New Minglewood Blues ->
310-D2T13 – New Minglewood Blues

–Late Show–
-Dead Acoustic- from shnid:100223
*D3T01- Introduction
402-D3T02 – Big Railrosd Blues//
403-D3T03 – Deep Elem Blues//
*D3T04- The Rub
*D3T05- Silver Threads & Golden Needles
406-D3T06 – Friend of the Devil//
407-D3T07 – Candyman
408-D3T08 – Cumberland Blues//
409-D3T09 – //Cold Jordan

(missing*)

-NRPS-
501-D3T11 – Introduction
502-D3T12 – Six Days On The Road
503-D3T13 – Superman
504-D4T01 – I Don’t Know You
505-D4T02 – Together Again
506-D4T03 – Fair Chance To Know
507-D4T04 – Portland Woman
508-D4T05 – Garden Of Eden
509-D4T06 – Henry
510-D4T07 – All I Ever Wanted
511-D4T08 – Delia
512-D4T09 – Louisiana Lady
513-D4T10 – Honkey Tonk Women

-Dead Electric-
601-D4T11 – Introduction
602-D4T12 – Not Fade Away
603-D4T13 – Easy Wind
604-D5T01 – Me & My Uncle
605-D5T02 – Mickey’s Gong
606-D5T03 – Dark Star
607-D5T04 – Attics of My Life
608-D5T05 – Dark Star
609-D5T06 – Sugar Magnolia
610-D5T07 – Dark Star
611-D5T08 – St. Stephen
612-D5T09 – China Cat Sunflower ->
613-D5T10 – I Know You Rider
614-D5T11 – Uncle John’s Band
615-D5T12 – Exit Music
616-D5T13 – Swing Low Sweet Chariot

Combination notes:
This is a classic show that deserves to be heard in its entirity.
By combining the 3 sources we come close. The late acoustic set is still
incomplete and chopped rather badly, but at this point nothing better
circulates. This is one of those shows that needs to find a home in
every Dead Head’s collection.

The Lee tape (shnid:23062) is the most complete and has the highest
sound quality of all circulating sources. I used all of this source
and combined it with the noted portions of the other two sources.

It was necessary to renumber the tracks of the two secondary sources.
Fortunately The Port Chester Resotration Project folks left space
in their tracking for the missing songs so that added tracks fit right in.
The renumbering may present a mild annoyance to those who wish to match up
ffp checksums to those stored in the data base.

Tagging notes:
Show information is embedded within the header of each flac file.
It will display on any player capable of directly playing flac
files. If converted to wav during processing, all tags will be
stripped, however audio data will remain unaffected. If you must
transcode to a lossy format, do so directly Flac > Lossy.
Use ffp to validate audio integrity.
Md5 values will change if tagging is altered.
B. Proctor 11-23-09

notes for shnid: 23062
This is the best sounding yet from the Ken & Judy Lee collection.
The late show has long been regarded as one the Dead’s finest, and to
hear it, in what is up till now the cleanest source available, is truly
awesome. There are four TDK 120 cassettes from this night, however we
have only three. Tape 1, 3 and 4. Tape 2 is missing. We will have to
fill in the puzzle as the pieces emerge. And this poses a problem. We
naturally want to bring you the complete show, but we have no idea when
the missing piece will be found, so it was decided to release what we
have. I included a text file for the missing sets in the torrent for the
sake of continuity. This will have to do until the last tape is found.
Noise Reduction was applied to the acoustic Dead set only. Some
deterioration on the master tape during 83968 (D1T05), and some other
small glitches, none of which should detract from enjoying this show.

The original audience master cassette was recorded on a Sony TC124 with
unknown Sony dynamic mics, spread approx. 25-30 ft. across the balcony,
by Ken & Judy Lee,. The cassette was baked, processed and transfered via
Tascam 122 MK-III > Lucid ADA1000 > Tascam CDRW 700 (CDR) by John Jay
Hance. Noise Reduction by Peter G. Audio extraction via Peak 3.2.1 on a
G4 Titanium Powerbook, Flac’d with xACT V 1.2 and seeded by BoldCaptain
via BitTorrent 3.2.2a.

It was a night that was filled with magic. The kind of night that legends
are made of. All of the elements were in place. The band was on, the
crowd was on, the energy was on, the tape was on. The X factor at a high.
Disc 1 opens with the Grateful Dead acoustic. This set has circulated
only as a fragment, a few songs that Mark Cohen, Judy’s brother and Ken’s
brother-in-law, had tacked on as filler to 4-4-71, sometime in 1976.
Though short, only 30 minutes, it set the mood for the night. The New
Riders of the Purple Sage take the stage as the sun is setting… No
ordinary evening, indeed. There is an electric set of the grateful dead
still to come, and thats only the early show. Unfortunately this electric
set has yet to be uncovered, along with the acoustic set from the late
show. The rest of the show is here, and what a show it is. There is
endless banter from the band, as they seem to REALLY be enjoying
themselves.The New Riders open the third disc with their second set for
the night. Garcia on pedal steel here, as well as the early show, and he
really shines. But the electric set from the Dead is the real payoff.
Open Not Fade Away, slow segue into Easy Wind, broken string banter into
Me & My Uncle. “Mickey needs to get his gong together, where gonna do
Dark Star..” What an understatement ! Dark Star into the second Attics
of the evening, back into Dark Star, into Sugar Magnolia, back into
Dark Star, St. Steven into China Cat – I Know You Rider. The crowd reels
in applause as the band exits the stage. They return for the encore, and
you can tell there is no hurry as they ease into Uncle Johns Band.
He’s come to take his children home…
But his children don’t want to leave. And they roar as the house lights
come up, and Joan Baez plays thru the PA. Judy Lee recalls, “There was
this energy in the air. We were all stunned at what we had just witnessed.
The lights were on. Everyone was standing, clapping, stomping and
yelling. Nobody was leaving. I looked at Ken, we knew it wasn’t over.
So I flipped the tape.” Several minutes of crowd chanting to the exit
music, turns into an eruption as the band, with members of the New Riders
re-emerge on the stage with acoustic guitars. The crowd quiets as they
tune and respectfully offer a prayer of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. And
with that, they sent the disciples into the early morning…

To this Rob Berger adds:
Make no mistake about it, these NRPS sets are not those of an opening
act. The Riders in June of 1970 were not an offshoot of the Grateful
Dead, but rather a thread in the fabric of the trip. I think their music
speaks for itself on these recordings. I was fortunate to have grown up
in a neighboring town of Port Chester and the Howard Stein era concerts
at the Capitol Theatre were actually not legendary, but rather more of
a rock n roll rumor by the late 70’s. Unlike Bill Graham’s fabled
Fillmore East a mere 35 minutes away, a gig at Port Chester’s Capitol
Theatre was considered a fill-in date. Not high profile by any means.
But, as anyone who has seen a show at the Capitol at any point in time
can attest to, that room generates an energy that is truly charged and
special. Very East Coast. Rowdy, but attentive and knowledgeable. Shows
at the Capitol were all marked by a freedom of the artist to let loose
and take chances without being scrutinized by the New York City press
and jaded big city audience. Most groups really seemed to thrive off
the boisterous enthusiasm of the crowd. Between 1988 -1997 I was lucky
enough to have made a living promoting shows at, and managing the
Capitol Theatre. It blew my mind that the shows we were putting on were
so reminiscent of those tapes I remember. So full of energy and abandon.
In May of 1990 we hosted John Dawson and his Riders at the still standing
Capitol. Backstage over a corn cob pipe, Marmaduke shared with stage
manager Dave – O and me a wonderful story of how Howard Stein painted the
stage purple for their first gig there in that warm June of 1970 and how
the cops were ready for the Dead to come to town after they freely gave
out acid at their recent March gigs there. Enjoy the music, the memories,
and thank you Ken, Judy, John Jay, and all those who make the music go
round.

Ken & Judy Lee present the Port Chester Resurrection Project as a loving
tribute to Mark Cohen. A brother and friend to many in the community,
his spirit lives on through the music.

notes for shnid: 100223
Background Notes:
In 1973 Bill Gadsden acquired several reels belonging to Buddy Miller,
among them were the three reels comprising the complete 9/20/70
Fillmore East show. which Bill digitized and circulated in 2000.
The ‘A’ side of this particular reel contains the portion of 9/20/70
from Big Boy Pete to the “undamaged” portion of Caution. The ‘B’ side
has an audience recording of a portion of Cold Rain and Snow through the
end of the 2/11/70 Late Show in the left channel and portions of 6/24/70
Late Show in the right channel. Bill remembers listening to 2/11/70 and
possibly 6/24/70 back in 1973 when compiling the complete 9/20/70 show,
but the reels remained shelved for over 30 years, until recently. It is
altogether possible that Buddy Miller taped the shows using his reel to
reel deck that took 5″ reels, but he does not remember. Until such time
as more details arise, the taper remains unknown. During the analog to
digital conversion, the single channel recording was dubbed, making it a
two channel mono recording.

– Chuck Reynolds, May 2009

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (03/21/70)

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Grateful Dead
3/21/70
Capitol Theater
Port Chester, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 5315
gd70-03-21.5315.aud-early.sbeok.flac16

Source: AUD
Lineage: Aud > cassette x 2 > CD, mics balcony center 15′ spread
This is from the Usher Tree; for further source info,
the notes from that tree are appended following the track list.

–Early Show–
101-d1t01 – Walkin’ the Dog
102-d1t02 – Me & My Uncle
103-d1t03 – Death Don’t Have No Mercy
104-d1t04 – Interlude
105-d1t05 – Good Lovin’ ->
106-d1t06 – Drums ->
107-d1t07 – Good Lovin’
108-d1t08 – Interlude
109-d1t09 – Dire Wolf
110-d1t10 – Big Boss Man
111-d1t11 – Interlude
112-d1t12 – He Was a Friend of Mine ->
113-d1t13 – Viola Lee Blues -> The Eleven ->
114-d1t14 – Cumberland Blues

D1t13 (Viola Lee Blues): analog tape distortion

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: New Riders of the Purple Sage & The Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (11/08/70)

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New Riders of The Purple Sage
Grateful Dead
Capitol, Theatre , Port Chester NY
November 8, 1970

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disc One – Acoustic Set –
01) Tuning
02) Dire Wolf
03) I Know You Rider
04) Dark Hollow
05) Rosalie McFall
06) El Paso
07) Operator (Final time played)
08) Ripple
09) Friend Of The Devil
10) Wake Up, Little Suzie (Final time played)
11) Uncle John’s Band

Disc Two – NRPS –
01) Tuning
02) Six Days On The Road
03) Superman
04) Whatcha Gonna Do
05) Glendale Train
06) All I Ever Wanted
07) Fair Chance To Know
08) Portland Woman
09) Cecilia
10) Truck Drivin’ Man
11) Last Lonely Eagle
12) Louisiana Lady
13) Honky Tonk Women

Disc Three – Electric Dead –
01) Tuning
02) Morning Dew
03) Me And My Uncle
04) Mystery Train (Only time played)
05)>My Babe (Only time played)
06) Around And Around (First time played)
07) New Orleans
08)>Searchin’
09) It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
10) Casey Jones

Disc Four – Electric Dead –
01) Truckin’
02)>Dark Star (First verse only)
03)>The Main Ten (Final time played)
04)>Dancin’ In The Streets
05)>Not Fade Away
06)>Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad
07)>Not Fade Away
08)>Drums
09)>Good Lovin’
10)>Drums
11)>Good Lovin’

From the original uploader:

Ken & Judy Lee Proudly Present:
The Port Chester Resurrection Project

PCRP#007NRPS-GD1970-11-8.shnf.torrent

This is a very special release from Ken and Judy Lee. It serves as a commemoration of Mark Cohen’s 2nd anniversary in heaven. Mark was a great friend, and a big part of the Dead community. And it is to him that this project is dedicated, and to whom we owe a huge debt of gratitude. If not for Mark’s love of music, and love of this band in particular, we would never have known about the Lees’ Port Chester archive. Aside from a few other
brave souls known to have taped shows at this fantastic venue, Ken and Judy’s work from the Capitol Theatre stands as the ultimate body of documentation. And if not for Mark’s insistence that these shows be “liberated”, much of what has previously circulated would never have been heard, and this show was one of his favorites.

This show is a keystone of the Grateful Dead, one of those shows that really gives you pause and makes you wonder. A show of firsts and lasts, when it was all said and done, it had laid to rest some old lexicons, and created a new set of criteria by which the band would be judged. This was truly one of the legendary Grateful Dead shows. The Dead had a way of continually redefining themselves in performance, and this show buries the sixties and propels them into the seventies (much like the benchmark show at Lewiston, Maine 9-6-80 redefined them for the Eighties).

This is the last official acoustic set of the 70’s. ( Other than, or But for one Besides an) improptu set in 1978, most of the songs performed acoustically would not see the light of day again untill the fall of 1980, when they were showcased at the 10 night run at the Warfield in San Francisco, and 8 nights at NY’s Radio City Music Hall. The final “Operator”, and “Wake Up Little Suzie”, Mystery Train > My Babe (only time played), New Orleans > Searchin’, Main Ten (last time played), all standout in this performance, and then like a dream, are gone. Around and Around (first time played), and a long stretch before you hear “Baby Blue” again. This release also includes the complete New Riders set, known to circulate only as a fragment.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Port Chester, NY (09/04/12)

P2012_0904

Bob Dylan
Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY
September 4, 2012

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-10392
Recorded by ‘JF’ Equipment: Sennheiser MKE 2002 Binaural mics>Creative JB3>Hard Drive>Flac Location: 4th row of Balcony-dead center

Disc 1:
01. Watching the River Flow
02. Love Minus Zero
03. Things Have Changed
04. Tangled Up In Blue
05. Rollin’ and Tumblin’
06. This Dream of You
07. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
08. Shooting Star
09. High Water
10. Visions of Johanna (1/2 second glitch @4:37-apologies)
11. Highway 61

Disc 2:
01. Can’t Wait
02. Thunder on the Mountain
03. Ballad of A Thin Man
04. Like A Rolling Stone
05. band intros
06. All Along the Watchtower
encore 07. Blowin’ In the Wind