Grateful Dead 4th May 1979 – outtakes from the 2LP. The remnants fit neatly onto a single CD…. I dutifully listened to the whole thing in order between the CD and LP. There’s no circulating SBD, which makes the LP all the cooler, but then there is an entirely lovely AUD anyway!
I got a bit carried away with this one. I don’t even need 3 covers, since I just use CD wallets….. The art is from Deviant Art. The gig is from the 23rd of May 1999 at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC, and the recording is here
I liked this picture so much I decided to add it from one bootleg to be the back for another (the slightly more classic “Dogs and Sheeps” bootleg) for the same gig at the LA Sports Arena, April 26th 1975 (both covers are on the Pink Floyd Concert Database) . Just minor fiddling with the writing, to add the title and amend the set list to match what I had prepared from the recording from the Brain Damage Podcast
The Guess Who? At the Ambassador, St Louis, Missouri, 6th of May 1974. Pretty good concert, nice recording. Used the recording and front cover from 24hourdejavu, because it’s slightly quirky and because the other front cover was just a reproduction of the Paramount live LP cover, which I’ve got. Re-arranged the back, however, from the latter because it didn’t reflect the arrangement from 24hourdejavu, which this back cover does.
Robin Trower live in Boston Music Hall 16th of October 1977. I used Plumdusty’s swanky pre-existing covers, but preferred the pictures on the inside to the outside, so I switched them onto the outside instead (which are all I use in my slim plastic CD wallets), largely to get what is hopefully a moodier look from the resultingly tighter colour scheme.
Zoller, Mangelsdorff and Mouzon, live in Freiburg in 1975, recording from Inconstant Sol. It’s a really nice set! Accessible and interesting.
Budgie live at My Fathers Place in Roslyn, NY, November 25th 1976. I can’t remember how certain I was about the second guitarist being at this – doesn’t look to be on the source message, although it might be on the original source. It’s an OK recording and a spirited gig.
An excellent listen, in terms of both performance and sound! Also excellent posters taken from the similarly excellent Live Archive, where the excellent recorder excellently saved them along with the excellent audio files.
Touloos Ta’ Truck (a Phil Lesh side project) live in Fairfax, 17th May 1976. A lovely recording of a load of jolly rock’n’roll!