Jerry Joseph and Friends
40 Watt
Athens, GA
Jerry, Junior with Todd Nance

Chrome Koran
War At The End Of The World
Lil’ Boo’s Fireworks#
The Kind of Place #
Way Too Loud +
Dixie Mattress +%
Crime and Punishment+*
Fastest Horse*
Light Is Like Water*%
Road to Damascus tease*>
Whole Lotta Love*>
Climb to Safety*

E: Ten Killer Fairies*%

# with Dave Barbe
+ with Danny and Eric from Bloodkin

% with John Neff from Barbara Cue

* with Mike Houser from Widespread Panic

David Dyche source

Mad Dogs & Englishmen Celebrate Joe Cocker
Tedeschi Trucks Band with special guests (Matrix)
Lockn Festival
Arrington, VA

01. The Letter
02. Darling Be Home Soon
03. Cry Me a River (1)
04. Girl From The North Country (2)
05. Dixie Lullaby (3)
06. Bird On The Wire (4)
07. The Weight (5)
08. Superstar (6)
09. Delta Lady (7)
01. Let’s Go Get Stoned
02. Something (8)
03. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (9)
04. Feeliní Alright (10)
05. Sticks & Stones (11)
06. Space Captain (12)


07. The Ballad of the Mad Dogs & Englishmen (13)
08. With A Little Help From My Friends (14)


01. Claudia Lennear on vocals
02. Leon Russell and Claudia Lennear on vocals
03. Leon Russell on vocals
04. Rita Coolidge on vocals
05. Leon Russell, Claudia Lennear, Rita Coolidge, Pamela Polland and Susan Tedeschi on lyrics
06. Rita Coolidge on vocals
07. John Bell on vocals
08. Doyle Bramhall II on vocals and guitar
09. Warren Haynes on vocals and gutar; Anders Osborne on guitar
10. Dave Mason on vocals; Anders Osborne on guitar
11. Chris Robinson on vocals
12. Susan Tedeschi and Chris Robinson on vocals
13. Leon Russell solo
14. Susan Tedeschi and Chris Robinson on vocals

Neumann 140’s & 183’3>
V-3 >
Sound Devices 744t – 24/96 >
Sound Forge Audio Studio 10 >
CD Wave > Flac 16
Recorded by David Dyche
seeded by David Dyche


Click here for JB’s set

House of Blues
Orlando, FL

1. // Who do You Belong To
2. Success Yourself *
3. Can’t Get High
4. Privelege
5. Pay What I Owe
6. New Pony
7. Breakfast in Bed
8. Wet Trombone Blues
9. All Dolled Up
10. Henry Parsons Died
11. Lifer ^
12. Rotgut ^ >
13. Mercy Train to Bogart *^
14. End of the Show *^
15. Happy

* w/John Bell (Guitar & Vocals)
^-w/Members of Barbara Cue

– The beginning of Who Do You Belong To? is clipped.

Huge thanks to Steve Washick for the use of his archives.

Source: AKG 483 > m-248 > Hhb
Transfer: Tascam DA-30 MKII > Tascam DR-680 > Audacity > WAV > Traders Little Helper > FLAC
Taper Unknown
Transferred & Seeded by Bill Graves

Soundboard source

Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormons
The Mint
Hailey, ID
“This One’s For Mikey!!”

Set 1-
1. tuning, intro>
2. Light Is Like Water>
3. Just Over In the Glory Land>
4. Brother Michael>
5. Climb To Safety @
6. Both Of You>
7. The Kind Of Place

Set 2-
1. tuning, intro>
2. Most Beautiful Day>
3. Conscious Contact **
4. Sometimes You Just Lose It>
5. Mountain Song>
6. Mountain Home
7. Cool Hand Love
8. The Monkey>
9. Sparkle>
10. Pearl Of Great Price
11. Hearts Gone Blind #

@=w/ “calling out your name>i saw the light>bottom of the well” raps
**=w/ “death ruminations>on the road/death story” raps & “rest in peace for Mikey” shoutout ending
#=w/ “Fire On the Mountain (incl.’scarlet begonias’ jams interwoven at times)” &
“the heart of the matter>flying cowboys” raps & “most beautiful day” rap ending

Total: 2:45:45

Jerry Joseph – guitar, vox
Junior Ruppel – bass, b.vox
Brad Rosen – drums, percussion

Jim Bull – foh sound

**16 bit source**
Source: sbd
Transfer: dat>cd>eac>soundforge>(fades)>cd wave>flac
Transferred by Craig Davis
–plus–dc offset, Mix, lc, VC, EQ, PD&Norm, FR, CR, RT, fades & info research by Bill Mulvey–3/2021.

vanillag NOTES:
–This one’s for Mikey!!: Michael Houser sadly passed on this afternoon at his home in Athens, GA from complications related to pancreatic cancer – the whole night is inspired by & dedicated to him w/ shoutouts & references throughout.
–the sound on this show, while nice & clear, was a little strange with the stereo imaging in that Jerry’s vox & guitar were mostly panned to the right & the drums mostly panned to the left (bass up the middle)…it’s a little off-putting/distracting to listen to the show this way (IMO) so I mixed the channels together to make things more balanced–this makes the proceedings in glorious mono, of course, but since the stereo imaging here was so bizarre, I felt the sacrifice was worth it to bring the sound more in balance & make it an improved listening experience (again, IMO)
–there wasn’t much bass nearly at all in this thing when I started…there is now–hahaha!!
–combed thru & removed many little clicks in this show that I discovered (both loud & soft ones)
–smoothed out a huge volume change ‘jump’ in the recording at the beginning of the show where the recording volume was suddenly jacked down (about a 7db difference!!)
–was able to cleanly remove 3 bad bits of feedback in Set 1; removed an additional 21 bad bits of feedback in Set 2
–put a bunch of careful, detailed love into this & feel like it came out much, much better.
–wish we could all go to that party at Farmer Brown’s in Boise the next afternoon that JJ mentions (set2t10 after tune)

Photo by Jason Merritt/FilmMagic

Colonel Bruce Hampton And The Codetalkers
Hotel ?
Orlando, Florida

01 Outer Space
02 *Fixin’ To Die
03 *#Spoonful
04 ? >
05 Saved By The Same Thing
06 I’m So Glad
07 Welcome To Hawaii
08 Band Introductions
09 Time Is Free >
10 Beggin’ You To Stay

* With John Bell
# With Jojo Herman On Keyboards

Colonel Bruce Hampton – Guitar And Vocals
Bobby Lee Rodgers – Guitar, Vocals, And Lip Trombone
Ted Pecchio – Bass
Tyler “The Falcon” Greenwell – Drums

Source: Schoeps MK4V’S>KC5>M222>NT222>KCY>VMS5U>Sound Devices 722 (24/96)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC, 35′ From Stage, 6 1/2′ High
DSP: Sound Devices 722>Sound Forge 10.0>CD Wave>flac(16)
ID3 Tagged In Foobar 2000
Recorded By: Charles Fox And Z-Man
Seeded By: Z-Man
A Team Dirty South Recording

Photo by selenamfragassi (IG)

Rage Against the Machine
Alpine Music Theater
East Troy, Wisconsin


1. Public Service Announcement Intro
2. Bombtrack
3. People of the Sun
4. Bulls on Parade
5. Bullet in the Head
6. Revolver (Intro Only)
7. Testify
8. Tire Me
9. Wake Up
10. Guerrilla Radio
11. Without a Face
12. Know Your Enemy
13. Calm Like A Bomb
14. Sleep Now in the Fire
15. War Within a Breath
16. The Ghost of Tom Joad
17. Freedom
18. Township Rebellion (outro)
19. Killing in the Name (recorded in the pit and while waving a flag on top of someone’s shoulders)

Opener: Run the Jewels (also taped)

Taper: TJ (http://ratm.live)
Taping Location: Pit, Center-ish 15 meters back (against back rail)
Lineage: Schoeps MK4s > Babynbox > PCM-A10
Transfer: WAV > Audacity > FLAC (no edits)
Length: 1:23:25

I cannot believe I’ve been waiting for this nearly eleven years!! What an absolute blast of a weekend. I’ve been hanging out with an absolute amazing crew and this show was a blast. A huge shout out to Anthony, Joe, Skeeter, Pati, and Sunny (Hate5Six) for making this such an unforgettable weekend!

We got to Alpine Valley right before 3PM and set up shop in the very back of the parking lot in the shade. After sitting for awhile we heard what we thought was the band sound checking so we went over to see what was going on. We got to hear a few songs sound checked, including Bombtrack, No Shelter (only the intro), The Ghost of Tom Joad, and Testify. Bombtrack was first had Zack on vocals and hearing that made it real for me. The others were only instrumentals but I lost my shit hearing No Shelter and Tom Joad, two songs I never expected to hear live.

After what seemed like forever we eventually went inside. I set up shop against the back rail center-ish for both RTJ and Rage. At 9:20 the lights dimmed and we began to hear Zack over the PA. I couldn’t make out what he was saying but it gave me chills. It was finally happening!!! His speech ended with saying “This is a Public Service announcement” and then the band came out and I nearly cried. The band opened with Bombtrack and then proceeded to play one of the best sets I’ve ever seen them do. The band was TIGHT – Zack was jumping and running around like a maniac, Tim was pounding the bass, Tom was destroying the guitar, and Brad was holding everything together. This IMO blew their other shows out of the water between 2007-2011. Mad props to the practice they’ve been putting in as it definitely shows.

In terms of the recording it reflects what I heard. However, for Killing what I did was abandon my spot, went into the pit, and had Joe, Skeeter, and Anthony lift me up where I waved the legendary Che flag. It was an honor to be able to wave that at a show. I was lifted up twice for that and it was the highlight of the show for me. Zack looked straight at me, we made eye contact. Security was NOT happy and I had to go down. The mics flew off my hat which is why things get chaotic but I don’t think you’re going to find anyone else with Schoeps doing that.

I also filmed the show in 4K. Will be sharing that as well!

This is just the first of 50 more shows. If the soundcheck is any indication there is some WILD stuff on the way :)

If you have unreleased Nine Inch Nails recordings, please visit Ryan at NINLive.com.
If you have unreleased Linkin Park recordings, please visit Mark at LPLive.net.
And finally, if you have unreleased (or really anything) from Rage Against the Machine please get in touch and check out the Rage live archive at http://ratm.live!

Full video available on YouTube

Willie Nelson & Kris Kristofferson
La Zona Rosa
Austin, TX

01. intro
02. Whiskey River > Stay All Night
03. Funny How Time Slips Away > Crazy > Night Life
04. Me & Bobby McGee *
05. Loviní Her is Easy **
06. Here Comes That Rainbow Again *
07. Bloody Mary Morning
08. Working Manís Blues *
09. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
10. instrumental jam
11. Blue Skies **
12. Georgia on My Mind
13. All of Me
14. Stardust
15. Mama Donít Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys **
16. Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground
17. On the Road Again **

01. Always on My Mind
02. Will the circle be Unbroken? **
03. Seven Spanish Angels **
04. The City of New Orleans **
05. To All the Girls Iíve Loved Before
06. Still is Still Moviní to Me
07. Please Help Me Jesus **
08. I Saw the Light
09. introís
10. E: Healing Hands of Time
11. I Never Cared for You
12. Milk Cow Blues

* w/ Kris Kristofferson (Voc)
** Both Willie & Kris (Voc)

Warren Haynes & Matt Abts and Friends
One For Woody Benefit
Roseland Ballroom
New York, New York
September 21, 2000

1. Lay Your Burden Down
2. Fallen Down
3. Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
4. Shine On You Crazy Diamond >
5. Wish You Were Here >
6. Cortez The Killer
7. Straight To Hell
8. When The Blues Come Knockin’
9. Turn On Your Lovelight
10. Going Down The Road Feeling Bad
11. Simple Man
12. Never In My Life
13. Mississippi Queen
14. I Shall Be Released
Time: 119:25
Warren Haynes – guitar, vocals
Matt Abts – drums (except Lovelight, GDTRFB, Simple Man)
Dave Schools – bass (Lay Your Burden Down, Fallen Down, Low Spark,
Straight To Hell, When The Blues Come Knockin’)
Johnny Neel – keyboards, vocals (LYBD – Cortez, WTBCK, Lovelight, ISBR)
Danny Louis – piano (Lay Your Burden Down – Cortez)
Berry Oakley Jr. – bass (SOYCD, WYWH, Cortez, Simple Man), vocals (WYWH)
Gordie Johnson – guitar, vocals (SOYCH, WYWH)
Phil Lesh – bass, background vocals (Wish You Were Here, GDTRFB)
John Molo – drums (Wish You Were Here, Lovelight, GDTRFB)
Kevn Kinney – vocals (Straight To Hell, I Shall Be Released)
Jimmy Herring – guitar (Straight To Hell, GDTRFB)
Edwin McCain – vocals (I Shall Be Released), harmony vocals (Straight To Hell)
Darious Rucker – harmony vocals (Straight To Hell)
(Little) Milton Campbell – vocals (WTBCK, Lovelight)
Merl Saunders – keyboards (Lovelight, GDTRFB)
Oteil Burbridge – bass (Lovelight)
John Molo – drums (Lovelight, GDTRFB)
Chris Robinson – vocals (GDTRFB)
Rob Barraco – keyboards (GDTRFB)
Eddie Harsch – keyboards (Simple Man)
Audley Freed – guitar (Simple Man)
Artemis Pyle – drums (Simple Man, I Shall Be Released),
cowbell (Never In My Life, Mississippi Queen)
Robert Kearns – bass (Never In My Life, Mississippi Queen)
Leslie West – guitar, vocals (Never In My Life, Mississippi Queen)
Michael Falzarano – guitar (I Shall Be Released)
Hook Herrera – harmonica (I Shall Be Released)
Lincoln Schleifer – bass (I Shall Be Released)
Source: Audio Technica at853rx(card caps) > Beyer MV-100 > Sony D-8 Master DAT 48 kHz
Location: FOB 1st Row in front of Right Stack – Warrenís Side
Recorded by Casey Coniff
Transfer: SV-3700 > UA-5 > WaveLab 6.0
Mastering with iZotope Ozone 4.0 dithered to 44.1khz
Transfer and Mastering by Bill Koucky March 14, 2010 Green Mountain Bros.

311 – 02/29/2004 – Anaheim, CA

The Grove
Anaheim, CA

Disc 1

1. Intro
2. Freak Out
3. Reconcider Everything
4. Taiyed
5. Come Original
6. Random
7. Beyond The Grey Sky
8. Galaxy
9. All Re-Mixed Up
10. Amber
11. Applied Science

Disc 2

1. Nick Talking
2. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais *
3. Gap
4. Love Song ^
5. Large in The Margin
6. Don’t Dwell
7. Hydroponic
8. Beautiful Disaster
9. T&P Combo
10. Unity
11. Feels So Good
12. Creatures (For A While)
13. Down

* Cover by The Clash

^ Cover by The Cure

Photo by Josh Timmermans

There aren’t enough words in the human language to describe Col. Bruce Hampton. This night was certainly not a tragedy. While heartbreaking, it was strangely beautiful. Only the Colonel could gather the most legendary musicians of our time to celebrate his life, then leave it behind to join the stars in the sky. He had the distinct honor of playing his own memorial service—an experience no other species is capable of. It was during the encore, the very last notes, that the universe got its mojo back.

Thank you Col. Bruce Hampton, for the endless laughs, life lessons, and career-shaping wisdom you’ve shared with your musical community. The jam scene would not be anywhere that it is today without your guidance.

Photo gallery by Josh Timmermans

Heartfelt recap by Kendall Deflin published on L4LM

Photo gallery by Ian Rawn

Hampton 70
A Celebration Of Col. Bruce Hampton
The Fabulous Fox Theatre
Atlanta, Georgia

01 Announcement On Fox Theatre Institute By Hattie
Tyler Neal/Darren Stanley/Dante Harmon/Duane Trucks/Kevin Scott/Carter Herring
02 Jam/Introduction By Jon Waterhouse >
03 There Was A Time
Oliver Wood/Darick Campbell/Kevin Scott/Duane Trucks/Matt Slocum
04 Postcards From Hell
Oliver Wood/Darick Campbell/Kevin Scott/Duane Trucks/Matt Slocum/Susan Tedeschi/Tyler Neal
05 Sing About It
Oliver Wood/Darick Campbell/Kevin Scott/Duane Trucks/Matt Slocum/Susan Tedeschi/Tyler Neal/
Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville
06 Feelin’ Good
07 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Tinsley Ellis/Yonrico Scott/Denny Walley/Jake Peavy/Brandon “Taz” Niederauer/Duane Trucks
08 Oh Pretty Woman
09 Shake Your Hips
10 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Vince Herman/Drew Emmitt/Jeff Mosier/Jeff Sipe/John Popper/Duane Trucks/Kevin Scott
11 She Caught The Katy
12 Workin’ On A Building
13 Black Bottom
14 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Dave Schools/Todd Snider/Peter Buck/Duane Trucks
15 Play A Train Song
Dave Schools/Peter Buck/Duane Trucks/T Hardy Morris
16 Stupid Preoccupations
Dave Schools/Todd Snider/Peter Buck/Duane Trucks/T Hardy Morris/Tinsley Ellis
17 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Dave Schools/Chuck Leavell/Jon Fishman/Jeff Sipe/Peter Buck/Karl Denson
18 When You Come Back Next Time You Gotta Stay
19 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Kevn Kinney/Karl Denson/Jon Fishman/Chuck Levell
20 Rip This Joint
21 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Kevn Kinney/Karl Denson/Jon Fishman/Chuck Levell/Warren Haynes
22 Compared To What
23 Good Mornin’ Little Schoolgirl
24 Trouble Everyday
25 Jessica
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Jeff Sipe/Matt Slocum
26 Time Is Free
27 Trondossa
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Jeff Sipe/Matt Slocum/
Susan Tedeschi
28 Smokestack Lightnin’>
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/
Susan Tedeschi/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville
29 Don’t Cry No More
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/
Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/Susan Tedeschi/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville
30 *Basically Freightened >
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/
Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/Susan Tedeschi/Emil Werstler/Jeff Mosier
31 Fixin’ To Die >
Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/
Susan Tedeschi/Emil Werstler/Jeff Mosier/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville/Karl Denson
32 Space Is The Place >
Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/Susan Tedeschi/Emil Werstler/Jeff Mosier/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville/Yonrico Scott/John Fishman
33 I’m So Glad

All The Musicians
34 Zambi >
35 Turn On Your Lovelight
36 Outro

* With Happy Birthday Bruce Hampton

Show Notes: Here is my stab at both the setlist and the musicians who participated. I may have some mispelled names. I may not have included every musician who may have played on certain songs,but hopefully someone took some complete notes. I did try and keep track the best I could, but my mind may have been in other places, especially at the end of the show.

It is with great sorrow and a heavy heart, that I dedicate this recordng and upload in memorium to a great friend of mine, Col. Bruce Hampton. After seeing him perform for almost 30 years, I will miss him immensely. He has meant SO MUCH to both myself and the Atlanta Music Community, and the entire National Music Community for that matter! He was one of a kynd! You certainly went out in the right place among your family, fellow musicians, friends, and adoring fans.

RIP my dear friend Bruce. I Love You and will always cherish our friendship!

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’s>Lunatec V2>Benchmark AD2K>Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP Orchestra Center Section, Row K, Between Seats 107 And 108, 6′ High
Recorded By: Z-Man

Thanksgiving weekend, 1972: the Grateful Dead found themselves in Austin, allowing Garcia and Lesh to rendezvous with an old Bay Area running buddy, Mr. Tex-Mex himself, Doug Sahm, and piano-journeyman Leon Russell, at the famed Armadillo World Headquarters for a musical cornucopia of roots music. No genre was left untouched – blues, bluegrass, R&B, rock & roll, honky tonk and, naturally, Bob Dylan. All played with an ad hoc band, including members of Texas psychedelic pranksters The 13th Floor Elevators and Shiva’s Headband, with a setlist that effortlessly bounces from hellcat versions of Kristofferson’s “Me & Bobby McGee” and the Stones’ “Wild Horses”, to a don’t-spill-your-beer “T For Texas”, saddled with stompin-the-nails-out-of-the-floorboard cuts like “Hey Bo Diddley” and “Money Honey”. This is a shitkicker of show, best served turned up, with fistfuls of turkey and pint glass of your favorite sumthin’.

Doug Sahm, Leon Russell, Jerry Garcia and Friends
Thanksgiving Jam
Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX
November 23, 1972

Disc One
01 High Heel Sneakers [Tommy Tucker]
02 Wild Side Of Life [Hank Thompson]
03 Swingin’ Doors [Merle Haggard]
04 Me & Bobby McGee [Kris Kristofferson/Janis Joplin]
05 Stormy Monday [T-Bone Walker]
06 That’s All Right (Mama) [Arthur Crudup/Elvis Presley]
07 Come On In My Kitchen [Robert Johnson]
08 T For Texas [Jimmie Rodgers]
09 Mr. Tambourine Man [Bob Dylan/Byrds]
10 (Is Anybody Goin’ To) San Antone [Charley Pride]
11 Sugarfoot Rag [Hank Garland]
12 I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry [Hank Williams]
13 Jambalaya [Hank Williams]
14 Today I Started Loving You Again [Merle Haggard]
15 Columbus Stockade Blues [Traditional]
16 Honky Tonkin’ > Dear John [Hank Williams]

Disc Two
01 Orange Blossom Special [Bill Monroe]
02 Kentucky Waltz [Bill Monroe]
03 Big Boss Man [Jimmy Reed]
04 Searchin’ [Coasters]
05 Those Lonely Lonely Nights [Earl King] > Shake A Hand [Faye Adams]
06 Hey Bo Diddley [Bo Diddley]
07 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry [Bob Dylan]
08 A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall [Bob Dylan]
09 Wild Horses [Rolling Stones]
10 Slippin’ Into Christmas [Leon Russell]
11 Money Honey [Drifters/Elvis Presley]
12 Chug-A-Lug [Roger Miller]
13 Roll Over Beethoven [Chuck Berry] > Good Golly Miss Molly [Little Richard] > Roll Over Beethoven [Chuck Berry]

Doug Sahm – vocals, guitar
Leon Russell – vocals, piano
Jerry Garcia – vocals, guitar, pedal steel
Phil Lesh – bass
* Jerry Barnett – drums (Shivaís Headband)
Mary Egan – fiddle (Greazy Wheels)
Benny Thurman – fiddle (13th Floor Elevator bassist)

* The drummer is often listed as Bill Kreutzman from the Dead, but apparently he didn’t play. Here’s what I found on the interweb: “Though he was in attendance that evening, there is no verifiable evidence that Bill Kreutzmann sat in with the band. When asked a few years ago, the owner of the Armadillo seemed to recall Bill feeling sick that night.”

Roger Waters
‘ A Pinkish Night Over Atlanta ‘
Philips Arena
Atlanta , Georgia

01. Radio
02. In The Flesh
03. Mother
04. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
05. Shine On You Crazy Diamond parts 1 – 5
06. Have A Cigar
07. Wish You Were Here
08. Southampton Dock
09. The Fletcher Memorial Home
10. Perfect Sence part 1 & 2
11. Leaving Beirut
12. Sheep
13. The Dark Side of The Moon
14. Band Intros
15. The Happiest Days of Our Lives / Another Brick In The Wall part2
16. Vera / Bring The Boys Back Home
17. Comfortably Numb

Recorded by : TYD
Edited and Mastered by : TYD
Arte by : Moonwall

Aquarium Rescue Unit
Variety Playhouse

Set 1:
13:10 Elevator to the Moon
7:57 Zambi
8:30 Space is the Place
17:01 Basically Frightened
8:12 Fixin’ to Die
7:03 In the Year of Otad
22:52 Time is Free

Set 2:
7:56 Workin’ on a Building
9:43 Compared to What?
10:01 Payday
9:38 Little Poor Boy
5:01 Yield Not to Temptation
10:26 Jazz Bank
10:31 I’m So Glad
8:00 E) Time Flack

Col. Bruce Hampton (Ret.)
Jimmy Herring
Oteil Burbridge
Jeff Sipe
Count M’Butu

Original Recording on 3 CDs by pat5

Talking Heads
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY

Set 1:
01 Psycho Killer
02 Heaven
03 Thank You For Sending Me An Angel
04 Building On Fire
05 Book I Read
06 Slippery People
07 Cities
08 Big Blue Plymouth (Eyes Wide Open)
09 Burning Down The House
10 Life During Wartime

Set 2:
01 Making Flippy Floppy
02 Swamp
03 What A Day That Was
04 This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
05 Once In A Lifetime
06 Big Business >
07 I Zimbra
08 Houses In Motion
09 Genius Of Love (Tom Tom Club)
10 Girlfriend Is Better
11 Take Me To The River

12 Crosseyed And Painless

16-bit 44kHZ version
Cassette marked “SBD Master”

Le Zenith
Paris, France


Track Listing:


01 – bass drones 01:46
02 – stinkfist 06:58
03 – 46 and 2 08:03
04 – jambi 08:04
05 – schism 08:54
06 – lost keys 03:49
07 – rosetta stoned 12:03
08 – swamp song 09:00


01 – intermission 04:51
02 – wings for marie (pt 1) 06:44
03 – 10.000 days – wings for marie (pt 2) 11:32
04 – lateralus 11:10
05 – vicarious 12:15
06 – aenema 09:19

cd1: 58:37 cd2: 55:51

Allman Brothers Band
Charter One Pavilion
Chicago, Illinois
Sep 2, 2009 (Wed)

1. Statesboro Blues
2. One Way Out
3. Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More
4. Rocking Horse
5. Midnight Rider
6. Leave My Blues at Home
7. And It Stoned Me*
8. It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry**
9. Black Hearted Woman
10. Southbound***
11. Stormy Monday
12. Mountain Jam
13. Whipping Post
* with John Bell, guitar & vocal
** with John Bell, guitar & vocal; JoJo Hermann, piano
*** with Jimmy Herring, guitar; JoJo Hermann, piano; Dave Schools, bass & James van de Bogert, drums

Allman Brothers Band
Charter One Pavilion
Chicago, Illinois
Sep 1, 2009 (Tue)

1. Done Somebody Wrong
2. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
3. Woman Across The River
4. Hot ‘Lanta
5. Stand Back
6. Revival
7. Only You Know And I Know* (missing)
8. Feelin’ Alright*
9. Dreams
10. The Sky Is Crying**
11. You Don’t Love Me**
12. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
13. Melissa
14. Trouble No More
* with Dave Mason, guitar & vocals; Alvino Bennett, drums
** with Buddy Guy, guitar

The Allman Brothers Band
Comcast Center for the Performing Arts
Mansfield, Massachusetts
Aug 29, 2009 (Sat)

1. Don’t Want You No More >
2. It’s Not My Cross To Bear
3. One Way Out
4. Midnight Rider
5. Good Morning Little School Girl
6. Stand Back
7. Dreams*
8. Can’t Find My Way Home**
9. Statesboro Blues***
10. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad?***
11. Black Hearted Woman
12. Mountain Jam >
13. Dazed And Confused >****
14. Mountain Jam*****
15. Whipping Post
* with Dave Schools, bass
** with John Bell, guitar & vocals
*** with James van de Bogert, drums
**** Bass duo (Oteil Burbridge & Dave Schools)
***** with Jimmy Herring, guitar; Eddy Cascrillo, percussion

Allman Brothers Band
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Bethel, New York
Aug 26, 2009 (Wed)

1. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
2. No One To Run With
3. End Of The Line
4. Forty-Four Blues*
5. Highway 61 Revisited**
6. Dreams
7. Soulshine
8. The Same Thing***
9. Franklin’s Tower****
10. Leave My Blues at Home
11. Jessica

12. Melissa
13. You Don’t Love Me

* with Bruce Katz, piano
** with John Bell, guitar & vocals; JoJo Hermann, piano; Tony Coleman, drums
*** with Danny Louis, keyboards; Jay Collins, sax; Tony Coleman, drums
**** Jimmy Herring, guitar; Danny Louis, piano; Sean Pretto & Sunny Ortiz, percussion

The Allman Brothers Band
Aug 24, 2009 (Mon)
Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
Gilford, New Hampshire

1. Don’t Want You No More >
2. It’s Not My Cross To Bear
3. Trouble No More
4. Midnight Rider
5. Hoochie Coochie Man
6. No One To Run With
7. Gambler’s Roll
8. Every Hungry Woman
9. Who’s Been Talking*
10. Come and Go Blues
11. Statesboro Blues
12. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
13. Mountain Jam >
14. Smokestack Lightnin’ >
15. Mountain Jam
16. One Way Out
* with JoJo Hermann, piano; Jimmy Herring, guitar; James van de Bogert, drums