Frogwings – 02/14/1999 – Northampton, MA


February 14th, 1999
Pearl Street
Northampton, MA

CD 1 [64:42.72]
01. Kickin’ Bach [15:03.10]
02. Shuffle [11:31.25]
03. Hurdy Gurdy Fandango [05:48.20]
04. Feel For You [08:28.66]
05. Pattern [07:24.51]
06. Cut Mullet [16:26.50]

CD 2 [73:35.07]
01. Among Your Pillows [06:48.58]
02. Just Once [10:43.40]
03. Ganja> [08:44.50]
04. Deviant Dreams [11:17.24]
05. Nomad [23:16.60]
07. E: Hot’Lanta [12:44.00]

Frogwings is: John Popper – harmonica, vocals
Derek Trucks – slide guitar
Jimmy Herring – guitar
Oteil Burbridge – bass
Kofi Burbridge – keys, flute
Marc Qui–ones – percussion
Butch Trucks – drums

Master creation: 
AKG C460b’s [X-Y]>Gamble pre>house deck>D7
by Kyle Holbrook 

SHNs were made: 
DA-20>U2A>SoundEdit 16>WAV>shntool>SHNv3 [no DAE] 
by Dave Mallick


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Frogwings – 02/09/1999 – New York, NY

Wetlands Preserve
New York, NY

Frogwings Lineup:
John Popper-Harmonica & Vocals
Derek Trucks-Guitar
Jimmy Herring-Guitar
Bass & Vocals-Oteil Burbridge
Keyboards & Flute-Kofi Burbridge
Drums-Butch Trucks
Percussion-Marc Quinones

Disc 1

1. Kickin J.S. Bach
2. Wetlands Shuffle
3. Hurdy Gurdy Fandango
4. Feel For You
5. Pattern
6. Tuning
7. Cut Mullet

Disc 2

1. Among Your Pillows
2. Just One
3. Ganja>
4. Deviant Dreams
5. Nomad
6.E: Hot ‘Lanta*

*w/Warren Haynes on guitar

Recorded by David Nolan
Transferred & Seeded by Yossi Pollak


Frogwings began as an Allman Brothers/Aquarium Rescue Unit side project in 1997, with Edwin McCain as the lead singer. The band ran off five gigs in seven days in late May 1997, and the jazz/rock/calypso/metal fusion began. Founding members Butch Trucks [drums] and Jimmy Herring [guitar] were joined by the Burbridge brothers, Kofi [flute] and Oteil [bass], as well as Butch’s nephew Derek [guitar/, and band and percussion-mate Marc Quinones. The successful May run was followed by a two-week trip up and down the East coast in December, and this run cemented Frogwings as a permanent part of the Allman Brothers Band sideshow.

After a single Florida appearance in 1998, Edwin McCain was forced to leave the band due to issues with his record label [McCain was becoming a national star in his own right due to several hit singles off his latest album, Misguided Roses and the label no doubt wanted him to concentrate on his own band] and Blues Traveler’s John Popper was recruited as the new voice of Frogwings. Butch Trucks recalls the initial meeting between Popper and the rest of the band in a 1999 interview with

Oh wow, I had no idea what would happen. We wrote a lot of stuff with Edwin and now John’s come in with his harp and his writing and his singing. It’s a lot harder edge now, a lot more rock ‘n’ roll oriented. It’s fun. I’m enjoying the hell out of it. We’re just going at it. We’re writing songs and playing and just having a ball doing it. […] We worked up 14 songs in five days last week. John Popper and Oteil were writing a song a day. It was amazing. They run the gamut from a calypso song to The Thrill Is Gone kind of a blues feel to a really uptempo Latin groove to one that is almost industrial thrash rock. On the surface, that’s what you’re hearing, but when you listen to what the bass and the guitars are doing, it’s fucking incredible. Really cool. It’s like industrial rock meets James Brown.

After rehearsing together for only two weeks in late January of 1999, the newest version of Frogwings hit the road with an inaugural gig at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI, supported by Derek Trucks’ band, whose leader pulled double duty all tour long. Two nights later, the band began a three-night stand at New York’s Wetlands Preserve, and rocked the house for over two hours each night, including a guest appearance by ex-Allman Warren Haynes on night two’s encore of Hot ‘Lanta. The entire tour was recorded for a live album, eventually entitled “Croakin’ At Toad’s”, released in late 2000. After the album was released, Dean Budnick interviewed Derek Trucks, again for, in which the younger Trucks reflected on the band’s genesis, tour and future.

Earlier in 2000, Butch Trucks and company began a record label, Flying Frog Records, taking on jam-band types such as Schleigho and the Slip. No further plans have been announced for Frogwings as of now but whenever band members are free, there is always the possibility of another brief tour…

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Blues Traveler – 08/01/2009 – Freeport, ME


Blues Traveler
Discovery Park
LLBean Free Concert Series
Freeport, ME
August 1, 2009

1 Set show
Disc 1
Sweet Talking Hippie>
What’s For Breakfast
Forever Owed
Defense & Desire>
You Reach Me
Mulling It Over>
But Anyway

Disc 2
You, Me & Everything
NY Prophesie
The Devil Went Down To Georgia

E: Brother John

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Blues Traveler – 06/27/2009 – Franklin, OH


Blues Traveler
June 27th, 2009
J.D. Legends
Franklin, OH

Disc 1
01. Slow Change
02. Girl Inside My Head >
03. But Anyway
04. Eventually >
05. NY Prophesie >
06. Manhattan Bridge >
07. You, Me & Everything >
08. Run-Around
09. Forever Owed >
How You Remember It >
10. I Want You To Want Me
11. Borrowed Time
12. The Mountains Win Again

Disc 2
01. Love & Greed >
02. Just For Me
03. The Path
04. The Devil Went Down to Georgia
05. Hook
06. What’s For Breakfast

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Blues Traveler – 09/01/2002 – Pittsburgh, PA


Blues Traveler
September 01, 2002
Pittsburgh, PA
Hartwood Acres Amphitheatre

Taped & transfered to CDR by Chuck Parish
Riped & Edited by Alex Herd

1 set:
Disc 1:
01. Back In The Day >
02. Optimistic Thought
03. This Ache >
04. NY Prophesie >
05. Believe Me >
06. You Reach Me
07. Fucked Run >
08. Hangover >
09. The Mountains Win Again >
10. Love & Greed
11. -banter/happy birthday-
12. Stand >
13. Carolina Blues >
14. Sweet & Broken
15. All Hands >
16. Drums > Bass > Drum & Bass >
17. All Hands

Disc 2:
01. Slow Change >
02. Sadly A Fiction >
03. Freedom
04. Crash Burn >
05. Hook
06. -pre encore banter/band intros-
Encore 1:
07. The Path >
08. Blackbird >
09. Black Water >
10. Run-Around >
11. The Devil Went Down To Georgia
Encore 2:
12. But Anyway

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Blues Traveler – 07/31/1998 – Holmdel, NJ


PNC Bank Center
Holmdel NJ


1. Stand
2. Mulling It Over
3. Carolina Blues*>
4. Business As Usual*
5. The Devil Went Down To Georgia
6. All In The Groove>
7. Crash Burn*>
8. Hook
9. The Joker
10. Love Of My Life
11. But Anyway
12. Mountain Cry^

13. Love & Greed

* Ben Harper on guitar
^ Warren Haynes on guitar

Source:Microtech Gefel 210>Aerco>SBM1>Sony D8>DAT FOB Left Center
Transfer:DAT>Sony R300>Optical>MeritLine USB Adapter>PC>CD Wave>FLAC Frontend (Level 8)
Taped & Transfered: Freddie G

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Blues Traveler – 08/11/1997 – Holmdel, NJ


Blues Traveler
August 11th, 1997
PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ

Master by Alan Curtis
Conversion by Dave Mallick

01. Support Your Local Emperor [09:29.25]
02. Yours [07:29.70]
03. Escaping [07:33.57]
04. Regarding Steven [04:50.33]
05. Fledgling [08:39.62]
06. Hook [07:26.66]
07. E: Business As Usual* [10:46.70]
Total: [56:17.08]

* with violin only

Possibly the most-hyped show the band has ever played, this was billed as “where rock & roll slams into a full symphonic orchestra”. The band played with 25 members of the Paramus Symphony Orchestra backing them and even made the unusual step of releasing the setlist ahead of time. Me’Shell NdegeOcello and Medeski, Martin & Wood played sets with the orchestra to open the show, Chris Rock emceed the evening’s events, and DJ Swamp played a short set before Blues Traveler took the stage.

After the main set was played, the band left the stage and the lights came up, leading to much displeasure amongst the crowd – many of whom were expecting a full show – so the band came back out to play an impromptu encore, joined by one brave violinist from the orchestra (who had remained on stage).

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Blues Traveler – 12/29/1996 – Lake Placid, NY


Blues Traveler
Olympic Center
Lake Placid, NY

Disc 1
Set 1
01.Mulling It Over>
02.Closing Down The Park>
03.Mulling It Over
05.Great Big World
06.Price To Pay
09.Regarding Steven
10.What’s For Breakfast
Disc 2
Set 2
02.Sweet Talking Hippie
03.Love & Greed
05.The Gunfighter>
07.Optimistic Thought
08.Should I Stay Or Should I Go?>
10.But Anyway

Disc 3

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Blues Traveler – 07/05/1993 – Bonner Springs, KS


Blues Traveler
Monday, July 5th, 1993
Sandstone Amphitheater
Bonner Springs, Kansas

Disc 1: (30:46)
01.) (0:19) Intro
02.) (2:43) Dropping Some NYC >
03.) (8:28) Slow Change
04.) (3:23) Optimistic Thought
05.) (6:07) New York Prophesie
06.) (9:42) Whoops

Disc 2: (54:22)
01.) (7:17) But Anyway
02.) (4:51) 100 Years >
03.) (11:15) Sweet Pain
04.) (5:53) Conquer Me
05.) (18:59) Mulling It Over
06.) (1:21) encore break
07.) (4:41) Love & Greed

Show Notes:
-‘Kansas City’ tease in the middle of ‘Mulling It Over’.
-This was a H.O.R.D.E. (Horizons Of Rock Developing Everywhere) Festival show.
-Col. Bruce Hampton & the Aquarium Rescue Unit, Widespread Panic, Blues Traveler (who closed the show), Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Allgood, The Samples, Soulhat, and others also played.

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Blues Traveler – 06/05/1993 – Houston, TX


Blues Traveler
June 5th, 1993
Tower Theater
Houston, TX

Disc 1 [68:36.56] (minutes:seconds.frames)
01. ///Gotta Get Mean> [02:39.19]
02. Gloria> [10:27.57]
03. Gotta Get Mean [01:55.44]
04. NY Prophesie [05:43.44]
05. Letter From A Friend [04:48.26]
06. Miss You [05:10.05]
07. Love & Greed [05:05.01]
08. Mulling It Over [07:00.03]
09. Dropping Some NYC [03:45.71]
10. Crash Burn [04:14.55]
11. Come Together [05:28.21]
12. Conquer Me> [06:03.54]
13. But Anyway [06:14.31]

Disc 2 [46:31.32]

01. Alone [13:43.11]
02. Slow Change [08:50.67]
03. Out Of My Hands> [04:30.35]
04. Go Outside & Drive> [12:17.22]
05. Gina [07:09.47]

Disc 3 [37:18.44]
01. Escaping [07:49.69]
02. Save His Soul [04:03.50]
03. Regarding Steven [05:28.34]
04. What’s For Breakfast [05:39.25]
05. E: Sweet Talking Hippie [14:17.16]

– Track 1 cut in during Chan’s guitar intro; I faded in.
– Clone provided to me had a cut in d1t11 where it was obvious some music
was missing. Cut patched with an audience version of the track that had
been included as filler on the same tape; the patch runs from 4:11 to
4:36 and was matched as closely in volume as possible.
– Minor dropout at 10:10 of d2t01.
– Tape stopped after the end of d2t05; no music is lost.

Taper unknown; clone provided by Tony DeStefanis
Conversion by Dave Mallick

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