Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons – 08/26/2001 – Huntsville, UT


Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons
w/ Steve Kimock & John Bell
Rolling Summer Music Festival
Huntsville, UT
2001-08-26

Intros
Pure Life>
Ray Of Heaven>
Pumpkin Time
Gloryland
My Little Tiger
Crime and Punishment
The Kind Of Place
Ten Killer Fairies
J.J. Talking about the show
Bakersfield*
North> Nicaragua> North*
Light Is Like Water> Henry> Light Is Like Water*
Chainsaw City*> Midnight Lamp> Black Dog> Wishing Well
Road To Damascus

Notes:
Entire show with Steve Kimock
*with John Bell

Source: Matrix – SBD>Dat>Dat clone; Unknown Aud
Lineage Fostex D5 LIghtpipe>Mac G4. Time aligned/edited/processed in ProTools by Kevin James
Taped by: Unknown
Transferred: by Kevin James

Beginning intros are Aud only

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Warren Haynes’ Christmas Jam – 12/10/2016 – Asheville, NC

Warren Haynes Presents
The 28th Annual Christmas Jam
US Cellular Center, Asheville, NC
December 10th, 2016

– Holly Bowling –

01 Grateful Dead and Phish Medley: /The Other One > Taste, The Inlaw Josie Wales

Holly Bowling – piano

– Warren Haynes –

02 The Real Thing
03 And It Stoned Me

Warren Haynes – guitar, vox

– Jamey Johnson and Alison Krauss –

04 High Cost of Living
05 Make The World Go Away
06 I Ain’t The One
07 John Deere Tractor
08 Heartache
09 Even The Skies Are Blue
10 Dreaming My Dreams With You
11 Lay Down Beside Me
12 My Dixie Darling
13 When You Say Nothing At All
14 In Color *

Jamey Johnson – guitar, vox
Alison Krauss – fiddle, vox

* with Howard Johnson – tuba

– Holly Bowling –

15 Grateful Dead Medley: Help on The Way > Slipknot! > Jam > Cassidy > Bird Song

Holly Bowling – piano

– George Porter Jr. and Friends –

16 Doodle Oop
17 Just Kissed My Baby *
18 He Bite Me (The Dragon)
19 Sugaree **
20 Iko Iko **

George Porter Jr. – bass, vox
Branford Marsalis – saxophone
Eric Krasno – guitar
John Medeski – keyboards
Terrence Higgins – drums

* with Marcus King – guitar
** with Bob Weir – guitar, vox

– Bob Weir and Friends –

21 Easy to Slip
22 Peggy-O *
23 Ghost Towns **
24 Only a River **
25 He’s Gone ***
26 Eyes of the World ***
27 Truckin’ ***
28 Ripple ***

* with Alison Krauss (fiddle, vox)
** with Duane Trucks (drums), Steve Kimock (guitar), Don Was (bass)
*** with Don Was on bass, Branford Marsalis (saxophone), Duane Trucks (drums), Holly Bowling (keyboards) Warren Haynes (guitar, backing vox) Steve Kimock (guitar)

– Michael McDonald –

29 Freedom Highway
30 Sweet Freedom
31 I Keep Forgetting
32 What a Fool Believes
33 Takin’ It To The Street **

Michael McDonald – keyboards, vox
Audley Freed – guitar
John Medeski – keyboards
Don Was – bass
Terrance Higgins – drums

* with Branford Marsalis – saxophone
** with Eric Krasno – guitar

– Holly Bowling –

34 Grateful Dead and Phish Medley: /A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing > Crazy Fingers > The Other One > A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing

Holly Bowling – piano

– The Last Waltz Band –

35 Up on Cripple Creek
36 The Shape I’m In
37 Stage Fright
38 Georgia on My Mind
39 The Weight *
40 Ophelia
41 It Makes No Difference
42 Helpless **
43 Mannish Boy ***
44 Further on Up the Road ***
45 King Harvest (Has Surely Come)
46 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Warren Haynes – guitar, vox
Michael McDonald – keys, vox
Don Was – bass
Jamey Johnson – acoustic guitar, vox
John Medeski – organ
Terence Higgins – drums
Howard Johnson and The Levee Horns

* w/ Bob Weir, Alison Krauss
** w/ Alison Krauss
*** w/ Smokey Greenwell, Bob Margolin

– Holly Bowling –

47 Grateful Dead Medley: /Terrapin Station > Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower

Holly Bowling – piano

– Gov’t Mule and Friends –

48 Mule
49 32-20 Blues *
50 Sco-Mule **
51 Dreams > ***
52 Mountain Jam ***

Warren Haynes – guitar, vocals
Jorgen Carlsson – bass
Danny Louis – keyboards, backing vocals
Rocky Lindsley – drums

and guests

* Mike Barnes (guitar), Smokey Greenwell (harmonica), Marcus King (guitar)
** Jeff Sipe (drums), Steve Kimock (guitar)
*** Duane Trucks (drums), Paul Riddle (drums), Count M’Butu (percussion), Branford Marsalis (saxophone)

Technical notes:

Audio
Recorded with Neumann KM184’s > Sonosax SX-M2 > Apogee Duet 2 > iPhone 6s/Apogee Metarecorder @ 48 kHZ/24 bit
Right corner FOH, 7 ft. high
Recorded by D. Fries

(Website: ATL Music Stream by D. Fries Non-Commercial Live Sound and Visuals)

Note: Several tracks in the middle of the show have sporadic subtle distortion noise due to a slightly hot preamp (new gear).

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Gov’t Mule and Friends – 12/10/2016 – Asheville, NC

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Gov’t Mule And Friends
Warren Haynes Christmas Jam
Asheville Civic Center
Asheville, North Carolina
12/10/2016

01 Warren Greeting
02 Mule
03 *#@32-20 Blues
04 $%Sco-Mule
05 &+!^Dreams >
06 &+!^Mountain Jam >
07 &+!Drum Solo >
08 &+!^Mountain Jam
09 Band Introductions

Warren Haynes – Guitar And Vocals
Jorgen Carlsson – Bass
Danny Louis – Keyboards And Vocals
Tony Caldwin – Drums

* Mike Barnes On Guitar
# With Smokey Greenwell On Harmonica
@ With Marcus King On Guitar
^ With Branford Marcellous On Saxophone
$ With Jeff Sipe On Drums
% With Steve Kimock On Guitar And Lap Steel
& With Paul Riddle On Drums
+ With Duane Trucks On Drums
! With Count M’Butu On Percussion

Lucky Lindsley – Drums

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’s> Lunatec V2> Benchmark AD2K> Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP 37′ From Stage, 6′ High
Recorded By: Z-Man

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Bob Weir and Friends – 12/10/2016 – Asheville, NC

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Warren Haynes 28th Annual Christmas Jam
Bob Weir and Friends
US Cellular Center,
Asheville, NC
December 10th, 2016

Setlist

01 Easy to Slip
02 Peggy-O *
03 Ghost Towns **
04 Only a River **
05 He’s Gone ***
06 Eyes of the World ***
07 Truckin’ ***
08 Ripple ***

* with Alison Krauss on fiddle and vocals
** with Duane Trucks on drums, on acoustic guitar
*** with Don Was on bass, Branford Marsailes on saxophone, Duane Trucks on drums, Warren Haynes on guitar and backing vocals, Steve Kimock on guitar, ?

Recorded with Neumann KM184’s > Sonosax SX-M2 > Roland R-05 @ 48 kHZ/24 bit
Right corner FOH, 7 ft. high
Recorded by D. Fries

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Gov’t Mule – 12/31/2015 – New York, NY

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Gov’t Mule
MYE Watkins Glen Show
Beacon Theatre
New York City, New York
12/31/2015

1st Set

Grateful Mule with Steve Kimock, Lincoln Schleifer, Machen Taylor and Elaine Caswell. (No Jorgen Carlsson)

01 Watkins Glen Jam
02 Bird Song
03 Tennessee Jed
04 Bertha
05 Here Comes sunshine
06 Loose Lucy
07 He’s Gone
08 Truckin’
09 China Cat Sunflower >
10 I Know You Rider

2nd Set

The Band: Gov’t Mule with Larry Campbell

01 The Shape I’m In
02 The Weight
03 Stage Fright
04 Don’t Do It
05 Chest Fever
06 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
07 Across The Great Divide
08 Up On Cripple Creek
09 The Wheel’s On Fire

3rd Set

The AllMule Brothers with Chuck Leavell, Jack Pearson, Paul Riddle and Shawn Pelton

01 Happy New Year
02 Wasted Words
03 Done Somebody Wrong
04 Southbound
05 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
06 Come & Go Blues
07 Trouble No More
08 Blue Sky
09 One Way Out
10 Statesboro Blues
11 Jessica
12 Whipping Post

Encore:

01 Mountain Jam

Show Notes: I finally received the flac files from Tom Robinson. To make this work, I had to rename the files and put together a text file as well. This came to me as 4 seperate recordings, one pe disc. The way it is tracked, was done before I received it, as well as the cuts and fades. It sounds really good and I did not do any post processing. I think the text file now matches up with all the flacs. If nt, let me know. A huge thanks to Anthony Andriulli for getting this recorded! I do not have his row and seat number information. From what I have heard, security was very “non-taper friendly” as the tapers were told to have their mics below head level. Another huge thanks to my buddy Tom Robinson for tracking down the recording and getting it in my hands. Fingers crossed that it will upload after all the changes I made.

Source: Schoeps MK4’s> Lunatec V3> Sound Devices 722
DFC Orchestra Center Section, 5 1/2′ High
Recorded By: Anthony Andriulli
Transferred By: Tom Robinson
Seeded By: Z-Man

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Gov’t Mule – 12/30/2015 – New York, NY

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Gov’t Mule
12/30/15
Beacon Theater
New York

Guests: Jimmy Vivino, Chuck Leavell, Jack Pearson, Steve Kimock, Will Lee, Carmine Appice

SET ONE

Blind Man In The Dark
Mr. Man
Any Open Window
Far Away
Rocking Horse >
Thelonius Beck
Beautifully Broken >
Dolphineus >
Painted Silver Light > with Here Comes Sunshine tease Soulshine with Voodoo Child tease

SET TWO

Unring The Bell with Les Brers In A Minor tease Endless Parade
Bad Little Doggie
I’ll Be The One
Sugaree with Jimmy Vivino, Chuck Leavell, Jack Pearson & Steve Kimock
I Shall Be Released with Chuck Leavell, Jack Pearson, Steve Kimock & Will Lee; without Jorgen Carlsson
Dreams with Jack Pearson, Jimmy Vivino, Chuck Leavell, Steve Kimock & Will Lee; without Jorgen Carlsson

ENCORE
Superstition with Jimmy Vivino & Carmine Appice; without Matt Abts

AKG>V2>Oade mod Marantz 671(24:48 wav)
tape/transfer by wheresjerry loge level

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Phil Lesh and Friends – 04/15-17/1999 – San Francisco, CA

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Phil & Friends
April 15, 16, & 17, 1999
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA

Recording Info: SBD (24 Track Recording Mix)
Transfered and Edited By Charlie Miller

Night 1 (04/15/1999)

Lineup:
Phil Lesh – Bass
Steve Kimock – Guitars
John Molo – Drums
Trey Anastasio – Guitar
Page McConnell – Keys

Before Set 1:
d1t01 – Hello Old Friends*

Set 1:
d1t02 – Viola Lee Blues
d1t03 – Big Railroad Blues
d1t04 – Jack-A-Roe
d1t05 – Cosmic Charlie
d2t01 – Wolfmans Brother ->
d2t02 – Uncle John’s Band

Set 2:
d3t01 – Alabama Getaway
d3t02 – Sugaree
d3t03 – Like A Rolling Stone ->
d3t04 – I Know You Rider
d3t05 – Row Jimmy
d4t01 – Shakedown Street ->
d4t02 – The Wheel ->
d4t03 – Not Fade Away

Encore:
d4t04 – Donor Rap
d4t05 – Band Intros
d4t06 – Mr. Tambourine Man

Notes:
* Phil and his sons Graham and Brian with Steve Kimock on guitar,
sang in front of the curtain.

Night 2 (04/16/1999)

Lineup:
Phil Lesh – Bass
Steve Kimock – Guitars
John Molo – Drums
Trey Anastasio – Guitar
Page McConnell – Keys
Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay – Vocals

Set 1:
d1t01 – Help On The Way ->
d1t02 – Slipknot! ->
d1t03 – Franklin’s Tower
d1t04 – Wish You Were Here ->
d1t05 – Tennessee Jed
d1t06 – Stella Blue
d2t01 – Alligator

Set 2:
d2t02 – Bertha ->
d2t03 – Prince Caspian ->
d2t04 – St. Stephen ->
d2t05 – The Eleven ->
d2t06 – Unbroken Chain
d3t01 – Chalkdust Torture ->
d3t02 – Mountains Of The Moon ->
d3t03 – Scarlet Begonias ->
d3t04 – Fire On The Mountain

Encore:
d3t05 – Donor Rap
d3t06 – Band Intros
d3t07 – Ripple

Night 3 (04/17/1999)

Lineup:
Phil Lesh – Bass
Steve Kimock – Guitars
John Molo – Drums
Trey Anastasio – Guitar
Page McConnell – Keys
Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay – Vocals

Set 1:
d1t01 – Dark Star ->
d1t02 – It’s Up To You
d1t03 – Days Between ->
d1t04 – Dark Star ->
d1t05 – My Favorite Things
d1t06 – Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
d1t07 – Bird Song

Set 2:
d2t01 – Terrapin Station ->
d2t02 – Down With Disease ->
d2t03 – Dark Star ->
d2t04 – Friend Of The Devil
d2t05 – Casey Jones
d2t06 – Morning Dew
d2t07 – Going Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d2t08 – And We Bid You Goodnight

Encore:
d3t01 – Donor Rap
d3t02 – Box Of Rain
d3t03 – Band Intros

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Bill Kreutzmann’s Locknstep Allstars – 09/05/2014 – Arrington, VA

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Bill Kreutzmann’s Locknstep Allstars
05 September 2014 (Friday)
Lockn’ Festival
Arrington, VA

01. Let The Good Times Roll
02. Big Railroad Blues
03. They Love Each Other *
04. Bird Song *
05. Further On Down The Road **
06. Stagger Lee **
07. Help On The Way > Space > Drums > Dark Star > Wharf Rat *** > Help On The Way >
08. Franklin’s Tower

Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Aron Magner – guitar
Steve Kimock – guitar
Tom Hamilton – guitar
Oteil Burbridge – bass

Notes:

– * Keller Williams
– ** Taj Mahal
– *** Papa Mali

Source: DPA 4023 (NOS) > Sound Devices 744
Recorded by Alex Leary

Photo by Jay Blakesberg

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Merl Saunders and Friends – 05/10/1990 – New York, NY

Merl Saunders and Friends
Wetlands Preserve
New York, NY
5/10/1990

Soundboard

Set 1
1. My Problems Got Problems
2. Boogie On Reggae Woman
3. banter – Merl thanks us, promotes Blues From The Rainforest project
4. Blues From The Rainforest
5. High Heeled Sneakers
6. The Jealous Kind
7. banter – dedication to Bill Graham
8. After Midnight
9. banter – setbreak announce

Set 2
1. band intros / tuning
2. Expressway To Your Heart
3. You Can Leave Your Hat On
4. Do I Move You?
5. banter – meeting Willie Dixon
6. Built For Comfort
7. banter – inviting up Warren Haynes
8. Sugaree *
9. band intros
10. Hey Mona *+
(the encore was John Popper’s solo rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” on harmonica, but is not on the recording).

The Band:
Merl Saunders – organ, vocals
Steve Kimock – guitar
John Popper – harmonica
Harvey Brooks – bass
Christopher Parker – drums
Sammy Figureoa – percussion
Ray Chew – other keyboards

* = w/Warren Haynes on guitar
+ = no lyrics

Merl dubbed this lineup his “New York Rainforest Band”

There are random bursts of minor feedback at various points in the first set — luckily they aren’t too bad so I didn’t worry too much about filtering them out. Merl’s vocals are pretty low in the mix for the first vocal tune (S1T2) until they get turned up afterwards (I was there and I distinctly remember his vocals being far too low for way too long! You can hear him say “Can you hear me?” as he addresses the crowd in S1T3, and we all yelled back “NO!”). There is some slight distortion on the bass guitar in S2T2. I also did a good bit of work getting the volume levels right for the beginning of the show, as they were overloading for the first few seconds of the song during some percussion hits (and I used SoundForge 10’s “clip peak restoration” tool to remedy about 8 brief overloaded peaks in the very beginning of the 1st song) then suddenly dropped a lot, and then dropped again later in the song. This should all be nicely smoothed out at this point.

Taper Notes:
Talk about history….this show that I’m putting out as BARN128 is deep for me. To start with — it was my first time seeing both Merl Saunders and Steve Kimock. But more importantly — this was my first time ever going to Wetlands. I’d been hearing about Wetlands for quite a while before this….At the time I was still a student (a sophomore at Rutgers University), living in New Brunswick, NJ. I had gotten in the habit of reading The Village Voice each which, which they gave away for free at our Student Center (yes, this was back when The Voice actually cost $1 I think), and included a section with listings for all of the NYC clubs — Wetlands, Knitting Factory, Tramps, Irving Plaza, etc. Each week I scanned the Wetlands ad with anticipation. And on this week they listed “Merl Saunders and his friends”. Well, ask any Deadhead who Merl’s best friend was — and of course the answer would be “Jerry Garcia!” So, sitting around with Al, who at the time was one a housemates’ boyfriend (yes, I lived in an off-campus house with 10 people), our 20 year old brains were like “We need to be at this!” on the chance we might get to see Jerry sit-in at a tiny place. (Of course the nearly 42 year-old me knows better than to think Jerry would have dropped-in anywhere!) So he picked us up tickets for us and we trained into NYC.

Anyone who has actually been to Wetlands knows that it was not easy to find — it was in a strange neighborhood near the Holland Tunnel that at the time was mostly a warehouse-y district (though now it’s part of the super swanky neighborhood known as “Tribeca” [standing for the “Triangle Below Canal”]….and of course we wandered around trying to find it before finally getting there. Of course EVERYTHING at Wetlands ran super late, so we had no issue making the show. This was, by the way, in the era before they turned the kitchen to the left of the stage (where they sold burritos and Ben & Jerry’s Peace Pops) into the backstage area, so the band had nowhere to go between sets, except downstairs into the lounge to mingle among the fans.

Though Jerry was apparently not in the house on this night, Merl’s “Friends” were still pretty special. I was in a tiny room with Merl playing and GETTING DOWN onstage (like he always did!), John Popper playing for the entire show, Warren Haynes (who I did know from seeing the Allman Brothers the previous summer) during the 2nd set (I was in awe of being in the same small room with him at the time!), and a bunch of other great musicians, including Steve Kimock, who I didn’t really get to know more about until a number of years in the future.

This show featured, musically, a number of classics I was familiar with from some of the Jerry & Merl (and “Legion Of Mary”) live recordings I had — including “Expressway To Your Heart”, “Boogie On Reggae Woman”, “High Heeled Sneakers”, “My Problems Got Problems”, and “You Can Leave Your Hat On”; other covers I was well familiar with “After Midnight”, “Sugaree”, “Hey Mona”; and funky/bluesy covers that I wasn’t previously familiar with — “Built For Comfort”, “Do I Move You?”, “The Jealous Kind”. But the centerpiece of the show is surely Merl’s recent composition “Blues From The Rainforest” from his just-released album (that this show was sort of a party for) — it’s a musical tour-de-force that takes the listener on a journey. Apparently this album went on to be a huge hit for Merl, topping the “New Age” music charts. I’m not quite sure what New Age music is (or was?) or if there’s even such a chart anymore…

Back to this recording, I actually did tape this show on cassette back in the day, but my original cassettes were somehow misplaced. Luckily a few years later this show magically turned up on a tape list from SOMEONE (I can’t recall who) who I was arranging a DAT tape trade with, and voila — hole in my collection filled….and with a nice soundboard recording. While generally I prefer a quality audience recording, the mix in the venue on this night was poor at best, and I was never happy with my original recording — so this version holds up better. The only drawback is that John Popper came out and played a solo encore of “The Star Spangled Banner” on harmonica, and it’s not on the recording at all. :(

Anyway this was a historic night for me, and the music holds up very well 22 years later. I saw Merl Saunders probably 15 more times until he took ill and then passed on a few years back, so I’ll have a lot more Merl in the BARN series for you all eventually!

Enjoy!

Scott

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