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Warren Haynes Christmas Jam
Asheville Music Hall
Asheville, North Carolina
12/15/2012


String Cheese Incident

01 Introduction By Warren Haynes
02 Colorado Bluebird Sky
03 *Joyful Sound >
04 *Junco Partner
05 #Can’t Wait Another Day
06 River Trance >
07 Song In My Head >
08 Desert Dawn
09 @Rosie
10 Enter Warren Haynes/Tuning
11 ^Outside Inside
12 #@^$+Quinn The Eskimo

* With Anders Osborne On Guitar
# With Count M’Butu On Percussion
@ With Karl Denson On Saxophone
^ With Warren Haynes On Guitar
$ With Nigel Hall On Keyboards
+ With Mike Barnes On Guitar

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The Raspberries live on Nightside, Armed Forces Radio, Frankfurt Germany (January 1973)



Along with Badfinger and Big Star, The Raspberries were one of the Power Pop "Big Three" in the early 1970s. This is a very rare soundboard from that period, only recently unearthed.

Let the harmonies engulf you...

Set list:

1. "Go All The Way"
2. Interview with Eric Carmen
3. "Come Around and See Me"
4. Interview with David Smalley
5. "Goin' Nowhere Tonight"
6. Interview with Jim Bonfanti
7. "Roll Over Beethoven"
8. "Raspberry Jam"
9. "Nobody Knows"
10. Interview with Wally Bryson
11. "Rock & Roll Mama"
12. "If You Change Your Mind"
13. Presentation ceremony; band is made honorary AFN announcers
14. "I Wanna Be With You"









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The Vulgar Boatmen, live at the Barn of Barrington Illinois, Halloween 1992



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The Vulgar Boatmen are an American rock band formed in Gainesville, Florida in the early 1980s by a group of students at the University of Florida, including John Eder and Walter Salas-Humara. In its original configuration the group issued several cassette-only releases, including Women and Boatmen First (1982) and All Bands on Deck (1984). As first Eder and then Salas-Humara [the latter would later found The Silos - K], the group coalesced around Robert Ray, a film studies professor at the university, who became one of the group's two principal songwriters and vocalists, the other being Indiana musician Dale Lawrence, a former student of Ray's who was a veteran of the early punk band the Gizmos.

Though they lived and worked in different states, Ray and Lawrence composed songs by exchanging cassette tapes through the mail. Eventually Lawrence merged his own band, Right to Left, into the Boatmen, who since that time have existed as two distinct performing units.


Apparently this show was a wedding reception

"You and Your Sister"

"Drive Somewhere"

"Margaret Says"

"Shake"

"Sugar Sugar"

"The Street Where You Live"







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The Modern Lovers live at the Stonehenge Club (Ipswich, Mass 1970-1)



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This recording surfaced just a few years back, and documents Jonathan Richman (19 years old!), Jerry Harrison, David Robinson and Ernie Brooks playing two full sets at the Stonehenge Club in Ipswich, MA, sometime in 1970 or '71, providing an essential glimpse into the early days of this classic band. Early it may be, but the Lovers sound more or less fully formed — the main difference between the arrangements here and the ones that would be recorded is the sometimes extended (and extremely awesome) guitar/organ duels that Harrison and Richman engage in on a few tunes. They sound like their ears may still have been ringing from seeing the Velvets blast the house down at the Boston Tea Party. Also of interest are the otherwise unknown songs (at least to me), "Cambridge Clown" and "I Grew Up In The Suburbs." Both are pretty classic early Richman numbers, and it's fab to hear them here. This is an an 40-year-old audience recording, so the sound ain't perfect, but it is for the most part pretty excellent.


SET 1:

1. Introduction (0:00)
2. Modern World (0:23)
3. Ride On Down The Highway (8:40)
4. Girlfriend (12:06)
5. She Cracked (16:42)
6. Womanhood (23:34)
7. Old World (27:02)


SET 2:

1. Fly Into The Mystery (37:36)
2. Dignified and Old (43:26)
3. Pablo Picasso (48:36)
4. Cambridge Clown (56:20)
5. Astral Plane (61:29)
6. Song of Remembrance For Old Girlfriends (66:09)
7. Such Loneliness (74:25)
8. I Grew Up In The Suburbs (76:40)
9. A Plea For Tenderness (79:36)
10. Roadrunner (81:00)










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The Ramones live at The Rainbow (London, New Year's Eve 1977)




1- Blitzkrieg bop
2 - I want to be well
3 - Glad To See You Go
4- You're Gonna Kill That Girl
5- Commando
6 - Havana affair
7- Cretin Hop
8- Listen To My Heart
9 - I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
10 - Pinhead
11- Do You Wanna Dance
12 - Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy
13 - Now I want to sniff some glue
14 - We're A Happy Family










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In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles on Ed Sullivan:

The Beatles at Shea Stadium (August 15, 1965)






Set list:

"Twist and Shout"
"She's a Woman"
"I Feel Fine"
"Dizzy Miss Lizzy"
"Ticket to Ride"
"Can't Buy Me Love"
"Baby's in Black"
"Act Naturally"
"A Hard Day's Night"
"Help!"
"I'm Down"











Longer documentary on the show, including behind-the-scenes footage








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The Beat Farmers live at the Screen Test Theater, Universal Studios (December 1985)



San Diego's Beat Farmers were one of the great Cowpunk bands of the '80s. Led by their colorful drummer (and occasional lead vocalist), the late Country Dick Montana, they successfully handled all sorts of roots-rock genres, and even threw in some demented novelty songs to boot.

Set list:

1. There She Goes Again (Velvet Underground cover)
2. Road of Ruin
3. Reason To Believe (Bruce Springsteen cover)
4. Bigger Fool Than Me
5. Riverside
6. Powderfinger (Neil Young cover)
7. Happy Boy
8. Big Ugly Wheels
9. Bigger Stones
10. Gun Sale At The Church
11. Selfish Heart
12. Dallas Blues
13. One Dying and a Burying (Roger Miller cover)
14. Lakeside Trailer Park
15. Seven Year Blues
16. Buy Me A Car
17. Lost Weekend
18. Death Train
19. Goldmine








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The Rolling Stones on The Mike Douglas Show (Philadelphia, June 25, 1964)



The Mike Douglas Show was a daily afternoon talk-variety program, sort of a Tonight Show for housewives, and kids who'd gotten home from school.

The Stones -- little known in the US -- were on their first American tour and grabbed the opportunity for some national exposure. 4 songs (some of them lip-synched) and one awkward interview.

Set list:

"Carol"
"Tell Me"
"Not Fade Away"
"I Just Want To Make Love To You"










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The Dave Brubeck Quartet on Jazz Casual (October 17, 1961)



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The Dave Brubeck Quartet and Ralph J. Gleason (a syndicated jazz columnist) perform live at the Jazz Casual TV show in 1961.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet is made up of Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Joe Morello and Gene Wright.

Ralph J. Gleason interviews Dave on the Jazz Casual show about the future of jazz and the different time signatures that the Dave Brubeck Quartet use. You'll see the Quartet using a 9/8 & 5/4 time


Set list:

1. Take Five
2. Interview with Dave Brubeck
3. It's a Raggy Waltz
4. Castillian Blues
5. Waltz Limp
6. Blue Rondo a la Turk
7. Emily
8. Martians Go Home
9. Time Was
10. Greensleaves











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American Folk Blues Festivals 1963-1966: The British Tours



Blues legends captured at near the height of their powers. The audience has trouble getting into the spirit of things, but in fairness it was all rather new to them. And the crowds did contain a number of soon-to-be-famous British invaders, receiving inspiration...











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The Johnny Otis Show (local Los Angeles television, 1958)

This is a unique time capsule -- an episode of The Johnny Otis Show on local L.A. TV, complete with announcer commercials for "Metropolitan Ford, at the corner of Figueroa and Pico just off the Harbor Freeway, the big city dealer with the neighborhood touch".

Johnny Otis (born Ioannis Alexandres Veliotes) was a Greek-American who became a star R&B bandleader (he discovered Little Esther, Big Mama Thornton, Jackie Wilson, Little Willie John, Hank Ballard, and Etta James) and the program is notable for being racially integrated. The guest star is a jazz legend, vibes player Lionel Hampton. But for me the highlight is Johnny and the band playing their big hit, the classic Bo-Diddley-beat rocker "Willie And The Hand Jive" (which some may know from Eric Clapton's rather mellow cover in the '70s -- the original rocks a lot harder).











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Good to see you back in your Groove.
Didn't Johnny O have a Son - Shuggie - who was slated to set the Rock World afire, in the late 60's?






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Didn't Johnny O have a Son - Shuggie - who was slated to set the Rock World afire, in the late 60's?
Yes. I don't know too much about him, he was apparently a guitarist in the funk rock vein. I've heard one track by Shuggie (on Bernie Taupin's American Roots Radio Show on Sirius that I'm always raving about on here). I recall liking it OK.






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The Silos at Tim Kimrey's house (Chapel Hill, North Carolina, c. 2004)




The greatest American band you never heard of, The Silos were Uncle Tupelo before Uncle Tupelo was Uncle Tupelo. Their classic 1987 album Cuba is the link between Cowpunk and the later alt.country movement.

But they never broke through commercially, and went through various labels and line-ups. Still, led by songwriter Walter Salas-Humara, they soldier on, releasing an album in 2011.

This is a homemade video of a house show (Walter: "I've never been in a house show before... I've never been to a house show before.") held at the private residence of a Chapel Hill artist.







NPR essay by a longtime Silos fan






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I remember riding by on the school bus and seeing the Kingfish sign advertising the concert.

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Muddy Waters at the Newport Jazz Festival (1960)

Set list:

Rolling Stone
I'll Put A Tiger In Your Tank
Hoochie Coochie Man
Got My Mojo Working

Muddy Waters at the Copenhagen Jazz festival (October 27,1968)

Set list:

Back At The Chicken Shack
Train Fare Blues
(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
Long Distance Call
Nobody Knows My Trouble
Cold Cold Feeling
Got My Mojo Working
Tiger In Your Tank







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Wow Kafka, is that all you got?





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The Motortown Revue -- Live At The Apollo Theatre (1963)



The Motortown Revue was a package concert tour of Motown's top artists. The best moments from a three week stand at Harlem's legendary Apollo were assembled to make a concert film showcasing the up-and-coming Motown stars, just before the label exploded into "The Sound Of Young America".

Set list:

1.Introduction Motor Town Revue - Choker Campbell & His Orchestra.
2.M.C. Bill Murray
3.The Vandellas - Come Get These Memories
4.M.C. Bill Murray
5.The Contours - It Must Be Love
6.The Contours - Do You Love Me
7.M.C. Bill Murray.
8.The Supremes - My Heart Can't Take It No More
9.M.C. Bill Murray
10.Marvin Gaye - Stubborn Kind Of Fellow
11.Marvin Gaye - Hitch Hike
12.M.C. Bill Murray
13.Stevie Wonder - FingerTips
14.M.C. Bill Murray
15.The Marvelettes - Medley: (Please Mr. Postman, Playboy, Strange I Know & Someday, Someway)
16.The Marvelettes - Locking Up My Heart
17.M.C. Bill Murray/Mary Wells & The Temptations - Two Lovers
18.Mary Wells & The Temptations - Bye Bye Baby
19.M.C. Bill Murray
20.Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - You've Really Got A Hold On Me
21.Smokey Robinson & The Miracles & Cast - Stop Around











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keep em comin





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