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DELANEY & BONNIE with THE ALLMAN BROTHERS

Bramlett & Whippy Brothers

A&R Studios, New York, July 22, 1971

Liberated Vague Records bootleg

Excellent FM stereo broadcast dehummed and remastered

1. Come On In My Kitchen

2. Goin' Down The Road

3. Poor Elija

4. The Ghetto

5. Livin' On The Open Road

6. Better Relations / My Man

7. Don't Want Me Around

8. Only You Know And I Know

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THE GOLDEN WILBURYS

Palomino Club, Hollywood, CA,

February 19, 1987

Liberated Front Row bootleg

The best quality source

1. Matchbox / Gone Gone Gone - Taj Mahal & George Harrison

2. Lucille - Taj Mahal

3. Knock On Wood - John Fogerty

4. In The Midnight Hour - John Fogerty

5. Honey Don't - George Harrison

6. Blue Suede Shoes - George Harrison & John Fogerty

7. Watching The River Flow - George Harrison

8. Proud Mary - John Fogerty

9. Johnny B. Goode - Taj Mahal

10. Willie And The Hand Jive / Bo Diddley - Taj Mahal

11. Peggy Sue - George Harrison & Bob Dylan

12. Dizzy Miss Lizzy - George Harrison & Bob Dylan

13. Twist And Shout - George Harrison & John Fogerty

Taj Mahal - harmonica

George Harrison - guitar

Jesse Ed Davis - guitar

John Fogerty - guitar

Bob Dylan - guitar

Ray Fitzpatrick - bass

Kester Smith - drums

Wayne Henderson - keyboards

Taj Mahal performances often attributed to Little Richard (Lucille) and Dr. John (Willie And The Hand Jive), although none of them was present that night.

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Blues Traveler 1999-06-28 from The Warfield. It popped up as a "recently reviewed" show on the LMA, and got 5/5 stars, so I thought I'd give it a try. Surprise, surprise, Phil Lesh and Merle Saunders show up as guests! :)

I'm also currently downloading Ween 2005-10-31 from the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas; the show was part of the Vegoose At Night series last year, and I was there, so I'll be reliving that one later. :)

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Townes Van Zandt

Live At Madigan's,

Brunswick,Melbourne

Australia

September 22, 1990.

Audience filmed, sound mono and a bit hissy,

some edits between songs but all the jokes are included! Performance amazing.

PAL DVD (Total 1:43:48)

01. Intro

02. If I Needed You

03. Mr Gold and Mr Mud

04. Buckskin Stallion Blues

05. Talkin' Thunderbird

06. Short Haired Woman Blues

07. Marie

08. Snowin' on Raton

09. The Shrimp Song

10. Talkin' Karate Blues

11. Pancho and Lefty

12. Dollar Bill Blues Break

13. Loretta

14. Waitin' Around to Die

15. Nothin'

16. Texas River Song

17. Dead Flowers

18. (cut) Tecumseh Valley

19. Don't You Take it Too Bad

20. To Live is to Fly

21. Lungs

22. Blaze's Blues

23. Rex's Blues

24. (fragment) Our Mother the Mountain

25. Lover's Lullaby

26. (cut) Still Looking for You

27. For the Sake of the Song

28. Kathleen

29. The Catfish Song

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THE GOLDEN WILBURYS

Palomino Club, Hollywood, CA,

February 19, 1987

Liberated Front Row bootleg

The best quality source

1. Matchbox / Gone Gone Gone - Taj Mahal & George Harrison

2. Lucille - Taj Mahal

3. Knock On Wood - John Fogerty

4. In The Midnight Hour - John Fogerty

5. Honey Don't - George Harrison

6. Blue Suede Shoes - George Harrison & John Fogerty

7. Watching The River Flow - George Harrison

8. Proud Mary - John Fogerty

9. Johnny B. Goode - Taj Mahal

10. Willie And The Hand Jive / Bo Diddley - Taj Mahal

11. Peggy Sue - George Harrison & Bob Dylan

12. Dizzy Miss Lizzy - George Harrison & Bob Dylan

13. Twist And Shout - George Harrison & John Fogerty

Taj Mahal - harmonica

George Harrison - guitar

Jesse Ed Davis - guitar

John Fogerty - guitar

Bob Dylan - guitar

Ray Fitzpatrick - bass

Kester Smith - drums

Wayne Henderson - keyboards

Taj Mahal performances often attributed to Little Richard (Lucille) and Dr. John (Willie And The Hand Jive), although none of them was present that night.

That looks awesome

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Sprinsteen & E Street Band

11-18-1975 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

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is that the official DVD release? I have that as part of the BTR boxed set but only got about half way through. It was most excellent but for whatever reason I turned it off and meant to pick it up again later.... which still hasn't happened yet.

I do recall that a lot of seemed awfully dark though.

maybe this weekend I'll finish it off!

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is that the official DVD release? I have that as part of the BTR boxed set but only got about half way through. It was most excellent but for whatever reason I turned it off and meant to pick it up again later.... which still hasn't happened yet.

That's just a pic i pulled off the net. I'm listening to the audio CDs of the show. I haven't watched the DVD yet. I may plan on doing that this weekend too. Love the BOSS!!!! Oh, Backsteets in on now ... back to not working at work :)

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