Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Zero – San Francisco, CA (07/16/88)

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Zero
07/16/88
The Bandshell in Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Image courtesy of Dead Images.

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 10125

1 set, 1 disc total

Set 1: Total Time: 42:19
1. Wavy Gravy’s Zero introduction
2. Golden Road
3. Little Wing
4. Wavy Gravy’s Guests introduction
5. Think*
6. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door*
7. Goodnight Irene*

Comment: *with Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders, Mickey Hart, Norton Buffalo and Marc Beno. John Cipollina’s Last Zero Show

Source/Transfer: Audience Cassette Master > DAT > CD… Sennheiser 441
Mic’s > Sony D5M Cassette Master (Maxell MX 90). Playback on Nakamichi DR-2
Cassette Deck > Sony D100 DAT. Playback on Panasonic SV-3800 DAT Recorder >
Digital Coaxial Cable > Tascam CD-RW 700 CD Recorder > EAC > SHN. Originally Recorded
by Chris Olson.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Ghosts – Berkeley, CA (07/08/80)

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The Ghost Featuring John Cipollina
Keystone
Berkeley, CA
1980-07-08

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording

Set 1
01 Showboat
02 It Takes Alot To Laugh
03 Easy Living
04 Gomorrah
05 I’ll Do It All Again

Set 2
06 tuneup
07 Lonesome and Long Way From Home
08 I Wish I Could Say
09 Sweet Inspration
10 Scarlet Begonias
11 Short Time Fever
12 Stir It Up
13 Like A Thief In The Night
14 All I Know Is I’ve Got To Go

John Cipollina – guitar
Keith Godchaux – piano, vocals
Donna Godchaux – vocals
Greg Anton – drums
Steve Kimock – guitar
Dexter LaBlanc – bass
Greta Rose – backup vocals

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – Oakland, CA (11/08/98)

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Bruce Hornsby
11/08/98
Yoshi’s
Oakland, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Soundboard recording.
Early Show:

Over the Rainbow >
Funhouse
See The Same Way> (House At Pooh Corners)
Spider Fingers >
(Tempus Fugit) >
(Itsy Bitsy Spider) >
(Over the Rainbow) >
Spider Fingers
Tighten Up >
Respect >
Spider Fingers
Boo Radley
Stranded On Easy Street
Fortunate Son
Mandolin Rain
Encore: Cruise Control

Late Show:

Preacher In The Ring II
The Longest Night
Women Are Smarter
Western Skyline Intro >
Western Skyline >
Don’t Do It
King Of The Hill >
(Rambler’s Hornpipe) >
(Mello Yello) >
(First There Is A Mountain)
King of the Hill
Low Spark of High Heeled Boys >
(And I Love Her)
Great Divide >
(Tell Me Something Good) >
(Signed, Sealed, Delivered)
Encore: Big Rumble

All of the late show (and possibly the early one) is with Steve Kimock on guitar.

Bruce Hornsby – Keyboards, Vocals
Steve Kimock – Electric Guitar
Doug Derryberry – Electric Guitar
J.T. Thomas – Keyboards
John D’Earth – Trumpet
Bobby Reid – Saxophone
Debbie Henry – Vocals
J.V. Colier – Electric Bass
Michael Baker – Drums

Bruce Hornsby has a habit of playing snippets of random songs inside of another song. Often, in fact, he’ll play two or three pieces of songs inside another full song. For example in this show he plays “Ramblers Hornpipe,” “Mellow Yellow,” and “First There is a Mountain” within the frame work of “King of the Hill.”

Normally creators of bootlegs will simply track those snippets in the same track as the full-on song. In this case, for unknown reasons the creator decided to create separate tracks for each snippet. Kind of obnoxious, if you ask me, but that’s the way it is. Great, great show though. Tons of fun.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – Oakland, CA (Early Show)(11/06/98)

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Bruce Hornsby
11/06/98
Early Show
Yoshi’s
Oakland, CA

Soundboard recording.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Sneaking Up On Boo Radley
Look Out Any Window
Fortunate Son
King Of The Hill>
First There Is A Mountain>
Hold On To Me>
Rambler’s Hornpipe> Tempest Fugue>
King Of The Hill
(Bruce introduces Phil Lesh and Steve Kimock)>
Scarlet Begonias*
Rainbow’s Cadillac*

Missing:
Loser*
Tennesse Jed*

Comment
Early Show. *w/ Phil Lesh & Steve Kimock
Hornsby Band:
Michael Baker – Drums
J.V. Colier – Bass
John D’Earth – Trumpet
John Derryberry – Guitar
Debbie Henry – Vocals
Bobby Reid – Sax
J.T. Thomas – Keyboards

Are you tired of Bruce Hornsby yet? I have organized the majority of my bootlegs into those CD books but they are in no discernible order. Knowing that I’d continually be getting new boots by the same artists it seemed ridiculous to also have to continually move disks about to make room. Organizing within the books to have artists in alphabetical order or some such thing would be a terrible nightmare. Instead I label each disk with a number and then add that number to the master boot list. Thus I can look at my list and determine where a particular boot is.

That’s the theory at least.

Anyways, for reasons I am no longer sure of a whole bunch of my Bruce Hornsby shows did wind up in the same are of a book. We are in the middle of that now. I bring my apologies if you are not a fan and are getting tired of seeing his name (although this is but a small sampling of what will happen when I get to my Grateful Dead section.)