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7-7-89 has already been done , my bad I did`nt see it !! well forget about that one Mary .
I`ll find another video to seed . Maybe a nice Neil Young video . I got lots of those ..

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7-7-89 JFK Stadium video

Grateful Dead
The last show ever at JFK Stadium Philadelphia PA.

The place had been condemed for months prior to this show , but the city of Philadelphia
wanted the money so The Dead played on . And it was a smoking hot summer day
and a smokin hot show !! We left that Broke down palace behind us . Enjoy the show !!

DVD 1: Hell in a bucket, Iko Iko, Little red rooster, Ramble on rose, Memphis blues,
Looser, Let it grow, Blow away

DVD 2: Box of rain, Scarlet Begonias, Fire on the Mountain, Estimated prophet,
Standing on the moon, Drums

DVD 3: Space, The other one, Wharf rat, Love light, Knockin on heavens door

I don`t have the thechnical imfo on hand right now , however this is a Pro-Shot video.
very nice quality video for 89 . Grade A sound .

Enjoy !!

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Weir & Wasserman Vine

These are all AUD’s except for the December 91 “Happy Holidays” studio recording. 9/30/89 is an A+ audience recording. This will be Flac Files on 4 CD-R’s plus a bonus disc.

Bobby Weir & Rob Wasserman - September 30, 1989
Golden Gate Park - San Francisco, CA

Recording Info:
Unknown Mics -> Dat -> ? -> Cassette (Maxell XLII-S90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/96k) ->
Samplitude Professional v10.22 -> FLAC/16
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
January 22, 2010

Notes:
-- Thanks to Joani Walker and Paul Scotton for the tape

Setlist:
d1t01 - Tuning
d1t02 - Blackbird
d1t03 - Walkin' Blues
d1t04 - Twilight Time
d1t05 - Fever
d1t06 - When I Paint My Masterpiece
d1t07 - Artificial Flowers
d1t08 - The Winners
d1t09 - Victim Or The Crime
d1t10 - Easy To Slip
d1t11 - Bass Solo
d1t12 - Throwing Stones

Encore:
d1t13 – Misty

Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman

Pantages Theatre
Tacoma, WA
February 2, 1991

Source: (RoC/Row 1 Balcony/110^) Nakamichi CM-100s > Sony TCD-D5 (DolbyB) > Maxell MX-S Cass(m) (Alan J. Schmit)
Transfer: Nakamichi CR- 4A (No Dolby) > Sony DTC-75ES > Marantz CDR-615 > CDR(m) > Phillips CD880 > Marantz CDR-615 > CDR(1) (Alan J. Schmit)
Transfer 2: CDR(1) > EAC > SHNTOOLs > CDWave > FLAC (Terry Watts)

Disc 1
1. Walkin' Blues
2. Twilight Time
3. City Girls
4. Fever
5. K.C. Moan
6. Artificial Flowers
7. When I Paint My Masterpiece
8. Maggies Farm
9. This Time Forever

Disc 2
1. Shades of Gray
2. The Winners
3. Easy To Slip>
4. Bass Jam>
5. Victim or The Crime>
6. Throwing Stones
7. e: Misty
8. e: Satisfaction

Scaring The Children 12/91
Happy Holidays
Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman

Take Me To The River
Fever
Queen Jane Approximately
Looks Like Rain
Merry Christmas Instr.
Tidings Of Comfort & Joy Instr.
Youngblood

This was a christmas gift
Bob made for his friends.
This copy was made from the
casette given to his
personal trainer at the time.

Bob Weir is Scaring the Children
October 9th, 2009
Weir, Wasserman, and Lane are Scaring the Children - Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY

BOB WEIR, ROB WASSERMAN & JAY LANE are

// SCARING THE CHILDREN //

Tonight, Brooklyn Bowl has the honor of presenting the surreal musical tapestry that is Scaring the Children, fronted by former Grateful Dead rhythm guitar legend Bob Weir, with Rob Wasserman on bass, and Jay Lane on drums.

Taper : Steve T ''AKA'' I Drive The Van For The Band

Nak 700 Mics > Sony Sbm 1 > Sony D-8

Disc 1 :
01-Maggies Farm
02-Easy Answer
03-Loose Lucy
04-Black Bird
05-Victim Or The Crime
06-Desolation Row

Disc 2 :
01-When I Paint My Masterpiece
02-Even So
03-The Deep End
04-The Other One
05-Stuff W/ Joe Russo
06-Dear Prudence
07-Goin Down The Road Feeling Bad

Bonus disc –

BAND Garcia, Leicester, Hunter
VENUE Carlos Bookstall
CITY San Carlos
STATE CA
DATE 07/??/61

Source: Aud > ? > CDR
Encoding: EAC(secure) > Cool Edit > CDWAV > mkwact > SHN(seekable) mvernon54@attbi.com

Thanks to Patrick Hayes for the disks!

Another installment of MisSHN in the Rain branch of TMNSP 4/26/03

Disk 1
SET1
01. Banjo Instrumental %
02. Poor Ellen Smith %
03. Wildwood Flower %
04. Brown's Ferry Blues %
05. Jesse James %
06. No One To Stand By Me %
07. All The Good Times Are Past And Gone %
08. Darling Corey %
09. //Bolshevik In Hell (1) %

Warren Haynes Solo
(Gov't Mule)
Island Exodus
01-17-2010 (Night 3)
Negril, Jamaica

Source: DPA 4021>Sound Devices 722
Location: ROB @ 10'
DSP: Sound Devices 722>Audacity 1.3>CD Wave>TLH

Recording: BISH
Seed: docder69

>>>>>>>>>Warren Haynes Solo<<<<<<<<<<<<

Disc 1 Set 1

01. Soundcheck
02. Patchwork Quilt
03. The Real Thing
04. Listen To The Lions
05. No Celebration
06. Back Where I Started
07. Stranded In Self Pity with Ron Hollaway
08. Change Is Gonna Come with Ron Hollaway
09. Goin' Down Slow
10. Old Friend
11. Wild Horses with Grace Potter

"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."

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FWGV Vine Installment #4

This installment will have David Bowie and Elton John. It will be flac files on 4 dvd's. The majority of it will be Bowie. (Thanks stuman for the additions!) Both of these artists have a lot of live shows and studio outtakes out there. I think this collection represents the "best of" the shows that I have come across in the past few years.

Elton John

10-01-71 Tokyo, Japan
12-24-73 Hammersmith in London
05-07-77 Rainbow Theatre London
04-28-79 Rossya Hotel Concert Hall Russia
10-12-86 Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, CA
09-16-88 Poplar Creek, Chicago IL
01-22-01 Elton John w/Billy Joel
02-28-08 Cumberland County Civic Center

David Bowie

09-28-72 Carnegie Hall New York
10-20-72 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
04-10-73 Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan, Tokyo
10-18-73 Marquee Club London England
09-05-74 Universal Amphitheatre
07-16-74 Boston Music Hall MA
11-15-74 Boston Music Hall MA
03-23-76 The Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY
04-27-83 Los Colinas Soundstage
04-17-90 Palauer, Rome
04-22-90 Dortmund, Germany
08-05-90 Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, UK
11-15-95 Wembley Arena, London, England
01-09-97 Madison Square Garden, NY
11-22-03 Dublin Promo
XX-XX-71 Outtakes from EMI masters
XX-XX-96 Acoustically High Various Dates
XX-XX-72 The Legendary Lost Tapes
XX-XX-72 BBC Sessions Various Dates
XX-XX-82 Cat People Outtakes
02-XX-90 Sound + Vision Tour Rehearsals
Unplugged various acoustic performances
The Complete Arnold Corns Sessions

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"Heynow, Heynow,." Dr. John Vine 1972-1985

This is a single flac DVD that will unbundle to 13 CDs. (Sorry no wav CDs) Sources include soundboards, radio broadcasts, and audience recordings, and you can see special guests often sit in with the Doctor for some bayou boogie and to help spice up the gumbo.
FYI- Dr. John is trade-friendly and all these shows have been freely traded around (and recently landed at my house.)
Dr. John's studio CDs are legend, seek and ye shall find 'em.

Dr. John, 4/07/72, Manley Field House, Syracuse, NY
Source: SBD > ?? > CDR > EAC > FLAC
Transfer (no remastering or editing) by Scharny on January 21, 2009

1. Intro Jam -> Gris Gris Gumbo Ya Ya ->
2. Salt & Pepper
3. Familiar Reality
4. Keep On Keepin' On
5 Rock 'n' Roll Has Got A Beat
6 Let The Good Times Roll
7 I Walk On Guilded Splinters -> Zu Zu Mamou
8 //Iko Iko (cuts in)
9 Band Introductions
10 Little Liza Jane
11 Mardi Gras Day
TT: 56:57
"w/ Jaimoe from the Allman Bros. on a few tracks; the intro jam definitely sounds inspired by the Allmans. Dr. John the Nighttripper and Orphan opened for the ABB, WAER presented the show"

Dr. John, February 8, 1975 St Bernard Cultural Center
(previously St Bernard Civic Auditorium) Chalmette, Louisiana, USA
WNOE - 101 LIVE BROADCAST
From master tape recorded from the broadcast bonus!
t01, t11, t13 Barq's Radio Ads April 1981
t12 Interview 1973
Lineage: Broadcast > Sony STR 7035 FM receiver > recorder ??? > Sony CRO2 90 (master) cassette > playback on JVC TD-W209 cassette deck > JVC XL-R5010 stand alone burner > Fuji audio CDr > Maxell Audio CDR > EAC (secure test and copy, offsets correct) > Adobe Audition 1.0 (minor repair t05-06, see notes) > FLAC (level 8, verified)
Taper: Freezer
1. Barq's Radio Ad 1
2. Right Place Wrong Time
3. Such A Night
4. Desatively Bonaroo
5. Quitters Never Win
6. Iko Iko
7. Everybody Wanna Get Rich
8. Big Chief
9. Huey Smith Medley: High Blood Pressure > Don't You Just Know It > Well I'll Be John Brown
10. I Been Hoodooed
11. Barq's Radio Ad 2
12. Interview 1973
13. Barq's Radio Ad 3
Notes: This is the entire broadcast of Dr John's set, plus three musical radio ads and a 1973 interview.

Dr. John February 6, 1978, Sancho Panza's Lounge, New Orleans, LA
Broadcast on WNOE-FM on the "101-LIVE" radio program. (30 minutes)
1. Ooh Poo Pah Doo
2. I Been HooDooed
3. Let The Good Times Roll
4. Such A Night
5. Sing Sing Sing
6. Jump Back To Me
7. Iko Iko
8. Little Liza Jane
Also included are:
The RCO All Stars from February 5, 1978, Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA (RCO All Stars= Dr. John, Levon Helm, Steve Cropper,
Duck Dunn, Fred Carter, Blue Lou Marini, Howard Johnson,
Tom Malone, Alan Rubin)
9. Ain't That A Lot Of Love
10. Washer Woman
11. All On A Mardi Gras Day
12. The Weight
13. Back To Memphis
14. Milk Cow Blues
15. Born In Chicago (with Paul Butterfield)
16. The Mood I Was In
17. Ophelia
18. Goodnight Irene
2 different shows from the 1978 Mardi Gras, both broadcast on New Orleans radio on 1 disc- - -
These are fantastic radio broadcasts from 25 years ago, recently transferred to disc.
(FM broadcast Feb 1978>Maxell UD cassettes Feb 1978>JVC CD-R)
Source: FM > ?? > CDR in trade > EAC > FLAC
Transfer (no remastering or editing) by Scharny on January 22, 2009

Dr. John & his Band 9/14/81 Hunt's, Burlington, VT
SBD > ?? > CDR in trade > EAC > FLAC
FLACs extracted from CDR with Exact Audio Copy on 1/22/09 by Scharny
DISC I
1. Croker Courtbullion
2. Keep That Music Simple
3. Qualified
4. Tipitina
5. Right Place, Wrong Time; Mama Roux
6. Such A Night
DISC II
1. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
2. I Been Hoodood
3. Big Chief
4. Mama Don't Allow
5. Iko Iko >
6. Wang Dang Doodle >
7. When the Saints Go Marching In
Sound quality is pretty good (B+) - probably at least one cassette generation and/or some noise reduction in the lineage.

Dr. John - 3/22/83 (piano solo, no vocals)
Private Home Recording, Homewood, AL
Source: Unknown recording equipment > ?? > CDR in trade > EAC > FLAC
FLACs extracted from CDR with Exact Audio Copy on 1/25/09 by Scharny
Sound Quality - A/A-
15 tracks - 58:03-
tracks 1-12 ? (song titles unknown)
13. Dance the Night Away with You (no vocals)
14. Georgia On My Mind (no vocals)
15. Life (no vocals)
Notes from db.etree.org: "Solo performance, private recording in a friend's home noodling on the piano during get-together"This is an intimate recording with some unusual, unique material. A must-have for any disciples of the Night-Tripper.

Dr. John (solo) 3/22/83 Old Town Music Hall, Birmingham, AL
SBD > ?? > CDR in trade > EAC > FLAC
FLACs extracted from CDR with Exact Audio Copy on 1/25/09 by Scharny
Sound Quality: B+
Total Time: 75:08
1. Swanee River Boogie
2. Travelin' Mood
3. Stagger Lee
4. Loop Garoo > Touro Infirmary > Iko Iko
5. Such a Night
6. Tipitina
7. Dance the Night Away with You
8. Honeydripper
9. Instrumental
10. Something You Got/ (//cut)
11. I Been Hoodood > Walk on Guilded Splinters
12. You Ain't Such a Much
13. Qualified > Right Place, Wrong Time
14. Instrumental > When the Saints Go Marching In
15. Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya >Big Chief
16. Instrumental
17. The Nearness of Love// (/cut)

Dr. John & Maria Muldaur July 29, 1984 St Peterburg, FL
Source: Audience > Unknown Mics > ?? > CDR in trade > EAC > FLAC
FLACs extracted from CDR with Exact Audio Copy on 1/25/09 by Scharny
Sound quality: B
DISC I - 55:38
Dr. John vocals:
1. Iko Iko
2. Right Place, Wrong Time
3. Such A Night
4. Tipitina
5. I'm Qualified > Mess Around
Maria Muldaur vocals:
6. Brickyard Blues
7. Any Old Time
8. Cooking Breakfast
9. Adam & Eve Get the Blues
10. Gonna Be the Devil to Pay
11. There Must Be A Better World Somewhere
12. Sweet & Slow
DISC II - 47:28
Maria Muldaur vocals:
1. Seek and Ye Shall Find
2. Midnight on Bourbon Street
3. Something You Got (Dr. John & Maria)
4. Instrumental > Promised Land (Maria Muldaur)
Filler: Soundboard, Dr. John & Band, Unknown venue/date
5. I Got Mine
6. Hard Judgement
7. Right Place, Wrong Time
8. Such A Night

Dr John (solo) May 22, 1985 Eureka, CA
Source: SBD > ?? > CDR in Trade > EAC > FLAC
Extracted from CDR with Exact Audio Copy on 1/22/09 by Scharny
DISC I - 73:38
1. Georgia On My Mind
2. I'm Qualified
3. Walk On Gilded Splinters
4. Right Place Wrong Time
5. Such A Night
6. Gonna Find My Baby
7. Instrumental
8. Junko Partner
9. Let the Good Times Roll
10. Something You Got
11. Instrumental
12. Tipitina
13. Big Chief
14. You Ain't So Such A Much
DISC II - 24:17
1. High Blood Pressure> Don't You Just Know It> I'll Be John Brown
2. Blow Winds Blow > Goodbye Joe > Boll Weevil
3. Whole World In His Hands> Circle Be Unbroken>
Who Wear the Crown> Saints Go Marching In
4. Applause
5. Sick And Tired

Dr. John & his Band - 12/28/85
Graffiti, Philadelphia, PA
with John Scofield
Source: SBD > ?? > CDR rec'd in trade > EAC > FLAC
Transferred from CDR with Exact Audio Copy on 1/25/09 by Scharny
DISC I- 10 tracks, 74:31
1. Iko Iko
2. Right Place, Wrong Time
3. Tipitina
4. Something You Got
5. I'm Qualified
6. Walk On Gilded Splinters
7. Wild Honey (fades out)
8. Gonna Find My Baby
9. Such A Night
10. Big Chief
DISC II - 15 tracks, 63:59
1. Life
2. Runner In the Jungle
3. Blow Wind Blow ->
4. Goodbye Joe (fades out)
5. //She's My Baby (/cuts in) ->
6. Mojo Workin'
7. You Ain't Such A Much (part 1) ->
8. You Ain't Such A Much (part 2)
9. Rockin' Pneumonia ->
10. High Blood Pressure ->
11. Don't You Just Know It ->
12. Rockin' Pneumonia
13. Junko Partner
14. Georgia On My Mind
15. Mess Around
(tracks are divided roughly - editing is a bit sloppy)

After marye surveys this and then sets it up,
I will get the NightTripper on the road.

The Truth is realized in an instant, the act is practiced step by step.

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damn

ugh, please excuse the typos, jeeeeeesh

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11 from '85 SHN/FLAC

I just got these in the mail and it is easier to burn multiple discs than it is to go back later and re-rip, so here is another 'stache vine. Caveat: I haven't listened to those shows yet so I cant' really vouch for them, but I am sure that most are at least good and that there is a gem or two in here. I looked through the Vindex and omitted the shows that were listed, and I apologize if I include anything that wasn't listed but has been vined. There will be 11 shows in SHN/FLAC format on 3 DVD's. Here are the sources:

85-03-31.oade.connor.8244
85-04-08.sbd.gills.20010
85-06-27.sbd.miller.27863
85-09-03.mtx.seamons.94595
85-09-07 (this is a Seamons MTX, Hunter's Trix Vol 8, but not sure which version)
85-09-12.sbd.barbella.11803
85-10-26.sbd.miller.33929
85-11-04.sbd.braverman.7801
85-11-05.sbd.lai.1188
85-11-07.sbd.connor.5300
85-12-30.sbd.georges.1223

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NYE 1980 Vine

is here

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New 1990s Part 2 Vine

is here.

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FWGV Vine #3

is here.

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