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Side 1: The Promised Land 4:33 / They Love Each Other 7:50 / Me And My Uncle 2:58 / New Minglewood Blues 4:43
Side 2:    Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo 13:00 / Friend Of The Devil 7:34
Side 3:    The Music Never Stopped 6:46 / Bertha – Good Lovin’ 14:07
Side 4:    Loser 7:13 / Good Lovin’ 17:30**
Side 5:    Estimated Prophet – Eyes Of The World 23:11
Side 6:    Samson & Delilah 6:27 He’s Gone 12:54
Side 7:    He’s Gone – Not Fade Away 21:46
Side 8:    Tennessee Jed 8:23 / Terrapin Station 11:00

** recorded 2 July 1971 at the closing night of the Fillmore West in San Francisco

 

Date of release: 1978, available around the same time as the Led Zeppelin The Destroyer black box from Pied Piper and also offered for $22 (+ shipping).

Broadcast by WNEW New York. I assume that is the source for this box set, however several good sounding audience recordings exist as well. Smilin’ Ears’ master tape either didn’t come with source info or they tried to be coy about the date & location. This was later officially released on CD as Dick’s Pick’s Vol. 15.

http://rockindownthehighway.blogspot.de/2008/02/really-rockin-grateful-dead-concert-at.html

https://archive.org/details/gd1977-09-03.131317.mtx.dusborne.flac16

 

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From the Columbia University newspaper; showing an emphasis of Smilin’ Ears titles.

CollectingCollecting 2

Grateful Dead Live DeadGrateful Dead Live Dead 2

The Dead played two sets at the ‘Closing of the Fillmore West’ five day concert series. Their performance took place on July 2nd, lasting into the early hours of the 3rd.Same source as Dittolino’s Creedence Clearwater Revival release featured on this blog recently.

“This was an FM broadcast. I heard it live on KMET FM in Los Angeles. I was a lifeguard in Newport Beach at the time. My friends and I were all pumped up to hear this show since KMET was building it up all week long. We gathered around the stereo and listened, and I remember the NRPS show too. It was also broadcast. I remember wishing I had a recorder, but it was 1971, I was a poor just graduated high school kid and, oh well, hey, I just found the show again when I was 53. Not bad! This show was also available a few months later on a bootleg vinyl that I bought and wore out on the old phonograph device.”
“This is from the KSFX-FM broadcast the night of the show.KSAN in SF and KMET in LA also aired the live broadcast.”

Read more: http://www.deadlistening.com/2009/04/1971-july-02-fillmore-west.html#ixzz382BoxzSC

Set 1:

1 Bill Graham Introduction 00:53
    2 Bertha 06:01
    3 Me And Bobby McGee 08:01
4 Next Time You See Me 05:13
    5 China Cat Sunflower 07:25
    6 I Know You Rider 06:01
7 Playing In The Band 09:00
    8 Loser 10:12
    9 Ain’t It Crazy (The Rub) 05:36
    10 Me and My Uncle 04:16
    11 Big Railroad Blues 03:49
    12 Hard To Handle 08:03
    13 Deal 07:20
    14 Promised Land 03:20
    15 Good Lovin’ 18:25

Set 2:

1 Sugar Magnolia 07:12
    2 Sing Me Back Home 10:42
    3 Mama Tried 04:01
    4 Dedication to Owsley 00:54
    5 Cryptical Envelopment 02:06
    6 Drums 05:16
    7 The Other One 16:18
    8 Big Boss Man 06:14
    9 Casey Jones 06:39
    10 Not Fade Away 04:11
    11 Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad 08:39
    12 Not Fade Away 09:26
    13 Johnny B. Goode 03:57

It seems that many of these performances made it onto the double set but I am not enough of an expert to confirm what is missing.

 

Grateful Dead Mystery of the

This auction from February of 2013 called the album mystery of the dead but this was most likely a made up title but this is obviously a copy of LIVE DEAD, visually enhanced by a former owner with the added photos.

“this is a mysterious looking album […] on dittolino label, the cover has a picture of garcia on the front and the band on the back, i hav’nt seen the garcia picture before the back one looks like it may have come off historic dead? i do not know,  the songlist side 1. 1. bertha 2. bobby mcgee 3. lied, cheated 4. china cat 5. i know you rider side 2. 1. playing in the band 2. loser 3. aint it crazy 4. me and my uncle 5. railroad blues 6. sunshine daydream side 3. 1. sing me back home 2. mama tried . casey jones 5. johnny b. goode side 4. 1. sugar magnolia 2.uncles john’s band 3 the other one, dedicated to owsley “in jail”, this is an album i have not seen before, i believe it to be very rare, this is a soundboard recording, live from somewhere, bill graham does an intro,”

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This was a popular bootleg due to its excellent sound quality and was issued by many bootleggers. Who was first? I actually do not know in this case.

Grateful Dead live Dittolini b

Available in blue and pink. The front covers are identical but the back covers are not.

Grateful Dead Live Fillmore pink

Referred to as a Dittolino release at auction, this version looks like an early Berkely release to me, presented by “Record Revolution”. Hopefully, nobody happened upon this cover art while under the influence of a bad LSD trip – I’d hate to have this crowd come to life and jump off the cover.

Grateful Dead Live Ditto Inner

Grateful Dead live Dittolini

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Grateful Dead F West HH 2

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Grateful Dead F West HH

Matrix: HH Dead Fillmore

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Grateful Dead Fillmore West g r

Grateful Dead Fillmore West cv

Garteful Dead Fillmore West mcv

Strange labels on these colored releases with the smoking pig logo.

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Grateful Dead Fillmore W 2805

TMOQ 71014 – one of Ken’s releases and mentioned in the recordcollectorsguild.org TMOQ – 2 wiki but without a release date.          I would pinpoint the year to 1973 as ‘smoking pig’ 72012 – Alice Cooper – You’re All Crazier Than I Am  [to be distinguished from Dub’s # 71012: The Beatles Vancouver 1964 ] was released in that year. 

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The TMOQ / mammary presentations MM 4 release recorded LIVE in concert – matrix: MEL (later editions with the printed Kama Sutra cover had DEAD-2/1), seems to derive from a radio broadcast from the Winterland in 1970 (October 4th?) and not from the last night at the Fillmore West as listed in HOTWACKS.

 

Fillmore West Closing

Two tracks – “Casey Jones” and “Johnny B. Goode” were officially released in 1972 on the 3 LP set Fillmore – The Last Days

046:

Beck Jeff Group 1901 K&S 46

Hot Wacks states the source was the Pig’s Eye master (not the TAKRL 1901 original), most likely limited to 150 copies.

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047:

Grateful Dead RoHPast

Matrix : GD-527-A/B

Repressed from the plates of one of the rarer TMOQ titles: # 71058 known as SAN FRANCISCO 1  (first released ca. early 1973, since Bowie’s IN PERSON – recorded 20 October ’72 – carried # 054):

Grateful Dead San Francisco orig

Gratefuld Dead SF 1 stamp

The ‘1’ was dropped though when the album was reissued as S-409. I’m guessing a second volume had been planned that then never happened :

Grateful Dead San Francisco

Hot Wacks mentions another earlier K&S reissue: “100 on red multi-colored disc […] using TMOQ logo. Yellow insert, punched cover.” If anyone has an image of this version, please leave a comment.

Source: FM broadcast from the Fillmore West on 2 July 1971

Original set list (bold titles are on the LP with last one comprising side 2):

01. bertha 08:41
02. me and bobby mcgee 07:09
03. next time you see me 05:39
04. china cat sunflower 05:53
05. i know you rider 07:27
06. playing in the band 04:59
07. loser 10:10
08. the rub 04:18
09. me and my uncle 03:33
10. big railroad blues 03:56
11. hard to handle 09:41
12. deal 06:55
13. the promised land 04:00
14. good lovin’ 17:46
15. sugar magnolia 07:08
16. sing me back home 11:21
17. mama tried 03:11
18. cryptical envelopment 02:34
19. drums 04:33
20. other one > cryptical envelopment reprise 17:26
21. big boss man 05:36
22. casey jones 07:27
23. not fade away 03:22
24. goin’ down the road feeling bad 08:58
25. not fade away 03:43
26. johnny b. goode 04:28

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048:

Another repressing of a Pig’s Eye title – # 09:

Who LA Forum 73

Who LA Forum 73 disc

The original release on Pig’sEye:

Who RnR Who-Chee-Koo

Analyzed in detail in this earlier post linked here

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049:

And one more:

Rolling Stones Honolulu 3

Rolling Stones Honolulu 2

“Extremely limited repressing” according to Hot Wacks of Pig’s Eye # 08:

Rolling Stones Honolulu large

Previous post regarding this title to be found here

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050:

Young BBC BroadcastYoung BBC Broadcast 2

Limited re-issue of TMOQ 71072:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Matrix: NY-533-A/B

“On February 23, 1971 Neil Young visited the BBC Television Centre in London to record a solo performance that would air as part of the BBC’s In Concert series. Young treated the live crowd and television audience to a set that was heavy on material from his Harvest LP, which wouldn’t be released until February 14, 1972.”

Original set list:

01.- Out on the Weekend 00:00
02.- Old Man 03:59
03.- Journey Through the Past 08:04
04.- Heart of Gold 13:09
05.- Don’t Let It Bring You Down 17:16
06.- A Man Needs a Maid 20:15
07.- Love in Mind 24:14
08.- Dance Dance Dance 26:27

Genesis LftMotMonsterGenesis LftMotM bAlso exists with blank and red labels or with a blue tinted cover and the “Atlantis Records” labels (made up to go with the back cover logo) seen here:

Genesis LftMotM blu

And as part of the ‘MULTI COLOURED VINYL’ sticker series:

Genesis LftMotMonster

Genesis LftMotMonster disc 1Genesis LftMotMonster disc 2

When Genesis revisited Chicago on their extended “…And Then There Were Three” Tour, it was decided to play at a smaller venue with better acoustics and the Uptown Theatre was chosen. Local radio station WXRT received permission to record the show for broadcast, one of only three radio recordings made during this tour.

Complete set list:

01 Crowd Noise
00:49
02 Eleventh Earl Of Mar
09:07
03 In The Cage
08:15
04 Burning Rope
08:20
05 Dancing With The Moonlit Knight
05:06
06 The Musical Box (Closing Section)
03:52
07 Ripples
10:23
08 Deep In The Motherlode
07:26
09 One For The Vine
10:52
10 Squonk
06:44
11 Say It’s Alright Joe
10:02
12 The Lady Lies
07:16
13 Romeo & Juliet Story
04:01
14 The Cinema Show / … In That Quiet Earth
11:26
15 Afterglow
04:56
16 Follow You, Follow Me
04:32
17 Dance On A Volcano
04:15
18 Drum Duet
01:30
19 Los Endos
06:35
20 I Know What I Like
09:12
21 After Show Interview With Phil
07:36

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“The Uptown had been showing second-run movies when Jam began booking rock shows there. The list of performers is impressive: The Grateful Dead for six three-night stands between 1978 and 1981; Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band for three shows in 1978 and 1980; Bob Marley and the Wailers for dates in […] 1978 and 1979; Frank Zappa for four visits (and five shows) between 1977 and 1981; Cheap Trick opening for the Kinks in 1977; Genesis and Peter Gabriel playing six days apart in October 1978; and Prince opening for Rick James in early 1980 and headlining later that year.

Even now, one of the well-worn seat backs in the dusty auditorium boasts a Grateful Dead bumper sticker that reads, “Warning, I Brake for Hallucinations.” In the oval ladies lounge, these words remain scrawled: “Springsteen is God.”

Uptown_seat_backs

But the rock bookings and movie screenings couldn’t keep the theater — owned by the Plitt movie theater chain and, for much of Jam’s time there, a local theater operator named Rene Rabiela — from falling into disrepair and eventual insolvency. The heat was shut off, and in winter 1982 the pipes burst, flooding the basement and causing extensive damage to ceilings, walls and staircases that has yet to be repaired.” [Chicago Tribune, October 11, 2011]

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This Slipped Disc bootleg seems to be the only vinyl bootleg pressed from an Uptown Theater performance but it certainly helped establish a place in bootleg history for this grand old theater.

Other recordings made at the Uptown:

– HAWKWIND – Uptown Theater,Chicago,Il. November 26,1973 incomplete aud. recording Vg+

– MARSHALL TUCKER BAND – May 5 1977 Uptown Theater Chicago (FM)

Uptown MTB

– GRATEFUL DEAD – Feb 1, 1978 ***SOUNDBOARD***

– GRATEFUL DEAD – 1978-05-16&17

– BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN –  September 6, 1978

– FRANK ZAPPA—– SEPTEMBER 29th 1978

– GRATEFUL DEAD – November 18, 1978   * SBD *

– BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS – 1979-11-13  VIDEO

– GRATEFUL DEAD 1979-12-03/04/05  [SBD]

– BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN 1980-10-11

– KANSAS – 1980-10-28 *FM* [1 song has now seen an official release]

– FRANK ZAPPA—– NOVEMBER 28 + 29TH 1980

– GRATEFUL DEAD –  2-26/27/28-81

– JERRY GARCIA BAND 1981-11-17  Early and Late Show

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Concerts at the Uptown:

Hawkwind – 26 November1973

The Tubes – 31 October 1975

Bay City Rollers – 27 August 1976                               Concert announcement in the Daily Herald from that day:

BCR UptownImages here: http://uptownhistory.compassrose.org/2011/05/1976-bay-city-rollers-concert-uptown.html

BCR Uptown

Bay City Rollers at the Uptown Theathre August 27, 1976.

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Boston w. Jim Peterik – 3 October 1976

The Kinks w. Cheap Trick – 12 February 1977
Kinks Uptown
ELO w. Steve Hillage – 26, 27, 28 February 1977

ELO Uptown

Peter Gabriel – 11 March 1977

Utopia – 18 March 1977

Procol Harum – 1 May 1977

Marshall Tucker Band – 5 May 1977

Foreigner – 14 May 1977

Foreigner – 30 September 1977

Thin Lizzy – 5 November 1977   http://www.thinlizzyguide.com/tours/dates/1977/771105.htm

Gentle Giant – 20 November 1977

The Ramones – 20 January 1978

Grateful Dead – 30, 31 January + 1 February 1978

Grateful Dead – 17 May 1978

Bob Marley & The Wailers – 27 May 1978

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Photo taken by Paul Natkin for the Chicago Tribune

Bruce Springsteen – 6 September 1978

Frank Zappa – 29 September 1978

Zappa Uptown

Genesis – 13, 14 October 1978

Genesis Chicago 13.10.78

Peter Gabriel – 19 October 1978 [the 14 December ’78 edition of Rolling Stone ran a concert review of the Genesis & Peter Gabriel shows at the Uptown]

RS-review-Dec-78

Grateful Dead – 16-18 November 1978
GDead Uptown 78 stub

Utopia – 5 January 1979

Roxy Music – 6 April 1979

The Allman Brothers Band – 23, 24 May 1979

Bob Marley & The Wailers – 13 November 1979

Grateful Dead – 3-5 December 1979

Rick James w. Prince – 28, 29 February 1980

Peter Gabriel – 26 June 1980

“I was a high school senior in June of 1980. Tom, Dave, and I had scored tickets to see Peter Gabriel at the Uptown Theater. This was the “Melt” tour; the show  would feature the recently released third solo album.

We arrived at the Uptown Theater and climbed a wide, carpeted staircase to reach our first row, first balcony seats. At the far end of the first balcony lobby was a small bar tended by a waiter with a vest and bow tie. Deciding to take the risk, I approached and ordered three beers. The beers were poured. I paid. I brought them to our seats. I repeated this process several times. We were ecstatic: Uptown Theater, first row, first balcony, bouncing beers and waiting to see Peter Gabriel.

So I’m in the aisle seat. The house lights go off and there’s that magical anticipation: nothing but the red lights on the amps shining into the darkness.

At this point, a strange character walks down the balcony stairs and stands right next to me. His head is shaved, completely bald. He’s wearing a dark blue sweatsuit with white stripes down each sleeve. I remember thinking, Peter Gabriel can bring out some weird dudes. Then out of nowhere comes an incredibly bright blast of light. I look to my left, and this bald guy is waving a massive hand-held spotlight. He’s spraying the theater with this light. Almost immediately, I noticed other people throughout the theater dressed in the same sweatsuits doing the same with their spotlights.

I turn back to my left to take a closer look at this bald guy. He looks directly at me. He points the beam upward to illuminate his face.

It’s Peter Gabriel.

I leap out of my seat. “It’s Peter Gabriel! You’re Peter Gabriel!” I’m grabbing for Dave and Tom jumping up and down and then I put each one of my hands on each one of Peter Gabriel’s shoulders. The only thing I can say is, “You’re Peter Gabriel! You’re Peter Gabriel!” over and over. He stares at me, expressionless, then slowly, deliberately, starts walking backward out of my reach and back up the balcony stairs.

Meanwhile, all the other beams are making their way to the stage. It’s the band; each member has been positioned around the theater.

The show was fantastic. This was the first tour that included “Biko,” the entire theater was bellowing out the chorus to the song. I remember reading a later quote from Peter Gabriel saying that the Uptown Theater reaction to Biko had brought tears to his eyes.” [by Mike Landreth]

Grateful Dead – 19-21 August 1980

The Kinks w. Angel City – 17 September 1980

Bruce Springsteen – 10, 11 October 1980

Kansas – 28, 29 October 1980

Frank Zappa – 28, 29 November 1980

Prince – 26 December 1980

1980-12-19 Prince

Elvis Costello & The Attractions – 17 January 1981

Grateful Dead – 26-28 February 1981

Alice Cooper – 5 August 1981

Jerry Garcia Band – 17 November 1981

Frank Zappa – 27 November 1981

1981-11-27 Frank Zappa Chicago

J. Geils Band w. Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes – 19 December 1981

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Deep Purple JMTYL 2

Deep Purple JMTYL detail

Rolling Stones Rock Out Cock Out detail

There were two different cover designs, the “Music From Big Purple” shown above with the two figures in the bottom right corner and one without:

Deep Purple JMTYL

Deep Purple JMTYL Duck Hits MBP 990 A

Both versions can be found with “Duck Hits!”and Ruthless Rhymes labels. I did not find this with the blue 1970’s GLC labels shown previously with the Stones release and the Beatles Beatlemania but the Deep Purple LP can be found with the following matrix: 

GLC-212-A  re  /  GLC-212-B

– called the second pressing, which would support my theory that these releases date from around 1977.

Deep Purple JMTYL RR

This looks like a third cover variation.

Just as in the first example, I have found another one where the track list for side 2 is hidden or censored. Coincidentally, Hot Wacks states that only side 1 is from the California Jam Festival and side two contains pirated material from the official release In Concert.

Deep Purple JMTYL censored

The other vinyl bootleg to compare this with in term’s of sound quality would be PERKS AND TIT on TAKRL (also the one I would go to first, had this not since been officially released, as it has more California Jam material).

Set list taken from the 2003 official release:

Burn    (6:20)
Might Just Take Your Life    (4:50)
Lay Down, Stay Down    (4:46)
Mistreated    (10:24)    
Smoke On The Water    (8:56)
You Fool No One    (19:09)
Space Truckin’    (25:10)

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Yet another link between the Stones and the Deep Purple LP is that they have been listed with PQ numbers. In Hot Wacks rock out – cock out is listed as PQ211.

Just Might Take Your Life carries PQ 2004, which is also printed on the slip sheet.

I have now stumbled over another example, clearly produced by the same folks with a penchant for hallucinogenic cover art and an overall similar lay out:  PQ 401

Grateful Dead Double Dead

Not found with a GLC label but a plain white one:

Grateful Dead Double Dead lbl

which confirms my thesis that the 70s GLC label was used considerably later than 1974.

It is not hard to date DOUBLE DEAD , as it was a ‘Frankenstein’ creation born by combining Felt Forum 1971 and, more importantly for us, SILENT DEAD – TMoQ 73010. As ‘smoking pig’ releases 73008 (Dylan – Best of GWW) and 73018 (James Paul McCartney) have been confirmed as 1974 releases – the Dylan cover uses an image from his early 1974 tour – SILENT DEAD was released in the same year and DOUBLE DEAD subsequently after that.

If you know any further PQ releases, or have any other comments or additions, do let me know.

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A little excursion:

Coming back to that “Deep Purple” and DYLAN & THE BAND 1974 title font – it rang a bell too.

“Information:
A very rare and misunderstood LP from 1974 from the folks that would become TMOQ-2. The confusion lies both with the relative unavailability of the LP, and with misinformation of earlier chronologies. The earlier guides, Cable and Hot Wacks, failed to list it altogether. As it doesn’t have an actual title, it has been referred to by several. “1974” and “Oakland” among them. Great White Answers gives it the title “We Didn’t Really Get It On Until Oackland” from a misspelling of a quote on the back insert.

It also states that the cover is full printed. Most likely it never was. GWA also reports a blank label. While there might have been one or two blank, the labels were actually full printed with a “Great Live Concerts” label. More confusion set in with the publication of Raging Glory. It titles the set “Dylan & The Band 1974”. While it correctly lists the package features of two inserts and blue and yellow labels, it states that the set is a 1985 reissue of the original 1974 release. There was no reissue. The fact is, there were only a few copies manufactured in 1974 (Heylin suggests a 1977 date, although that would negate the theory of the piece being produced during the TMOQ changeover). They have inserts and full printed labels. GWA reported “Rolling Stones” LPs issued in the covers as well, but this is doubtful.

Whatever the reason for the small quantity run, at about the same time period TMOQ was releasing the St. Valentine Day box. This was from the show of 3 days later at Inglewood. Since the two shows were similar, it’s very feasible that this project simply got lost in the hubbub of the other projects, and in the transfer of power between the TMOQ regimes.

8 stars      NMP250

gwa95
Matrix: # 411 A/B/C/D”  

 

Deep Purple JMTYL detail title

Dylan & Band wdrgiouO 2

Deep Purple Murky Waters detail

Jethro Tull Superchd cropped

and:

Stevens C THMDD

Note how inserts with this font hawk the supposedly high fidelity of the recording.

…And there’s more!

Stevens Cat Catnip title

Stevens Cat Catnip 2

Here is a copy/reissue of TAKRL’s # 2927: British Tour 1973 – Untitled

John Elton BBB Benny

It appears that the 2 LP releases all had a front and a back insert like this one.

John Elton BBB Benny 2

Aha!

All of these releases can be found with black number labels as shown – however, they were clearly released much earlier than 1977, probably around 1974.  So for the Deep Purple re-issue, this might just have been “font recycling”.

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The ‘number labels’ & 70’s GLC connection is further cemented by this recent Bob Dylan ‘combo’ discovery that I did not find documented on bobsboots.com:

Dylan JBSB Stealin

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To summarize, the starting point was releases made by Vicki Vinyl on her Dragonfly/Duck Hits! label, including reissues.

This blog post traces similarities in the insert design between the two releases mentioned in the title and the rare Bob Dylan double set shown and the question: When was that Dylan double released? 1974 or 1977?

The font shared with the other bootlegs points to 1974 but the fact that it is only found with the early GLC (or Dragonfly) labels points to 1977. Perhaps there was a reissue of the Dylan title after all?

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font 2013

The font alive and kicking on Robert Plant’s 2014 tour poster, seen in December 2013.

Grateful Dead Moonmadness

Side 1: China Cat Sunflower/ I Know You Rider/ Casey Jones/ Uncle John’s Band                             Side 2: Sugar Magnolia/ Good Lovin (extended with solos, takes up most of side 2)

Quality rating: “Exs” in HW; “pretty solid throughout so it must have came off the board” wrote an eBay seller.

There is no information available online or in bootleg books where and when this was recorded but if I had to make an educated guess, I would say this was from the KSFX/KSAN/KMET radio broadcast from the Fillmore West from 2 July 1971

Another guess has come in for the historic “quadrophonic simulcast” 4 October 1970 show at the Winterland, which went out over KQED and KSAN.

Fillmore West inside

Inside the Fillmore West back in the day.

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Hot Wacks lists a WRMB 388 by Rod Stewart, titled ‘Mr. Personality Steps Out’ in the back. I do not believe this was ever produced.

Grateful Dead highttime 2

Source: Chicago, Auditorium Theatre – October 21st, 1971

Description & rating from Hot Wacks:  Side 1: Casey Jones/ West Texas Cowboy/ Melody
Side 2: Do Yourself A Favour/ Sugar Magnolia/ On Top Of The World/ Johnny B. Goode                     R: “Poor mono”

Complete set list:

Truckin’, Loser, Beat It On Down The Line, Tennessee Jed, Playin’ In The Band, Big RR Blues, Jack Straw, Cumberland Blues, Comes A Time, Mexicali Blues, Frozen Logger, Cold Rain And Snow, One More Saturday Night Casey Jones, Me & My Uncle, El Paso, Dark Star-> Sitting On Top Of The World-> Dark Star-> Me And Bobby McGee, Brown Eyed Women, Ramble On Rose, Sugar Magnolia, Not Fade Away-> Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad-> Not Fade Away, E:Saint Stephen-> E: Johnny B. Goode

The full show can be found here for free and in excellent quality:

http://archive.org/details/gd71-10-21.sbd.cotsman.5071.sbeok.shnf

Comment by a Deadhead who knows his stuff: “This was my first Dead tape, recorded on reel-to-reel off the radio (WGLD Oak Park / Chicago). A personal favorite! An amazing, well balanced Betty mix, a secondary mix done separately for the radio off the board. More present, almost in your face, than the Northrop 10/19 radio mix, even though the halls were of equal size (4,000 capacity). Keith is firing on all cylinders for this, only his second gig with the band. – brilliant stuff! The Dark Star into Sittin’ On Top Of The World features some brilliant jams and transitions reminiscent of Fillmore East 4/29/71 – love the brief China Cat tease. I agree with Caspersvapors, Cumberland, Jack Straw, Loser, Comes A Time among others all have a special vibe and immediacy that must be due to Keith feeling comfortable and the band embracing him enthusiastically. Most definitely worth checking out.”