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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
Brian Eno & The Winkies  Baby's On Fire / I'll Come Running   Favoriting BBC Sessions  (no label)  1974  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Talking Heads  Houses In Motion   Favoriting 27 February 1981 Sun Plaza Concert Hall, Tokyo, Japan  (no label)  1981  0:09:45 (Pop-up)
New Sound of Numbers  New Dance   Favoriting 22 March 2014 Caledonia Lounge, Athens, GA  (no label)  2014  0:16:35 (Pop-up)
The Ex  Every Sixth Is Cracked   Favoriting 28 February 2014 Paard van Troye, Den Haag, NL  (no label)  2014  0:19:03 (Pop-up)
Television  Kingdom Come   Favoriting 25 July 1975 Picadilly Inn, Cleveland, OH  (no label)  1975  0:24:30 (Pop-up)
Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention  Hungry Freaks, Daddy   Favoriting 3 December 1967 Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI  (no label)  1967  0:32:48 (Pop-up)
Prince (as "Christopher")  Manic Monday (demo)   Favoriting   (no label)  1985  0:36:20 (Pop-up)
 
Michael Hurley  Slowpoke   Favoriting 13 February 2003 unknown venue (40 Year box set)  (no label)  2003/2018  0:48:41 (Pop-up)
Les Rallizes Dénudés  記憶は遠い (Memory is Distant)   Favoriting '67-'69 Studio and Live  Rivista Inc  1991  0:55:52 (Pop-up)
The Wildflowers  Please Come Home   Favoriting 8 April 1967 KPIX TV    1967  0:58:20 (Pop-up)
Peter Tork & Phil Lesh  The Beatles Aren't Here!   Favoriting 18 June 1967 Monterey Fairgrounds  (no label)  1967  1:02:02 (Pop-up)
George Harrison  Abandoned Love   Favoriting Ohnothimagen  (no label)  1980s  1:02:58 (Pop-up)
The Fugs  Ed Sanders intro / Supergirl   Favoriting November 1968 Cafe Au Go Go (WFMU benefit)    1968  1:07:04 (Pop-up)
The Clean  Tally Ho!   Favoriting 19 November 1981 Rumba Bar, Auckland, NZ  (no label)  1981  1:09:37 (Pop-up)
Meat Puppets  I Know You Rider   Favoriting 2 February 1982 Merlins, Phoenix, AZ  (no label)  1982  1:11:58 (Pop-up)
New Riders of the Purple Sage  Hello Trouble   Favoriting 18 September 1969 Inn at the Beginning, Cotati, CA  (no label)  1969  1:16:29 (Pop-up)
 
Lester Bangs & Peter Laughner  Goodbye, Lou   Favoriting Creem Offices, 1976  (no label)  1976  1:28:48 (Pop-up)
Lou Reed  I Can't Stand It (acoustic demo)   Favoriting 1970 Acoustic Demos  (no label)  1970  1:33:10 (Pop-up)
Alex Chilton  Government Center   Favoriting 19 April 1977 Ocean Club  (no label)  1977  1:35:47 (Pop-up)
Ben Vaughn Combo  96 Tears   Favoriting April 1986 Trenton State College  (no label)  1986  1:38:51 (Pop-up)
Chuck Berry  The Promised Land   Favoriting 18 March 1967 Winterland  (no label)  1967  1:42:23 (Pop-up)
 
Neil Young  Pushed It Over the End (aka Citizen Kane Jr. Blues)   Favoriting 16 May 1974 Bottom Line, NYC  (no label)  1974  2:02:35 (Pop-up)
Neil Young  Separate Ways   Favoriting 3 July 1993 Torhout Rock Festival, Torhout, Belgium  (no label)  1993  2:09:46 (Pop-up)
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young  Hawaiian Sunrise   Favoriting 8 September 1974 Roosevelt Raceway, Westbury, NY  (no label)  1974  2:15:15 (Pop-up)
Neil Young & Crazy Horse  Wonderin'   Favoriting 25 February 1970 Music Hall, Cincinanti, OH  (no label)  1970  2:18:47 (Pop-up)
Neil Young & Crazy Horse  Sedan Delivery   Favoriting 24 July 2001 Sportspaleis Ahoy, Rotterdam, NL  (no label)  2001  2:21:57 (Pop-up)
Neil Young & Crazy Horse  Prisoners of Rock and Roll   Favoriting 21 October 1986 Met Center, Bloomington, MN  (no label)  1986  2:27:58 (Pop-up)
 
Bob Dylan & the Plugz  Lost on the River   Favoriting March 1984 Bob's garage  (no label)  1984  2:44:52 (Pop-up)
Yo La Tengo  it takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry   Favoriting BBC Sessions 8/99  (no label)  1999  2:48:00 (Pop-up)
Lambchop  You're A Big Girl Now   Favoriting 22 October 2008 Orpheum, Graz, Austria  (no label)  2008  2:50:49 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:02am
rw:

Howdy! I'll never get tired of this song. $12 to go?
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Andrew S:

i have about 5 favourite versions of Babys on Fire and maybe another 10 in second place.
  12:05am
Carmichael:

Heya Jessie.
  12:06am
rw:

Andrew, there are 15?? I only know of about three or four.
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Andrew S:

well truth be told i wasnt really counting but there are at leats 5 eno versions if counting live and there are many great covers
  12:09am
rw:

Thinking about it, I gave a copy of this Eno LP as a wedding gift a few years ago. The bride walked down the aisle to I'll Come Running.
Avatar 12:11am
Andrew S:

far as covers go i like that minimalist one vby an austraiian band that escapes me right now but it was a hit for them cool version
  12:12am
yippie:

the polka brothers played polka talking heads versions in monty hall last sunday nite
  12:12am
rw:

Here Come the Warm Jets, 801, BBC, Ayers Cale Eno Nico... is there another version on the CD version of 801? That would make 5.
Avatar 12:12am
Andrew S:

the creeps maybe? something like that
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Andrew S:

well realkly couldnt say and dont feel like counting but it's been recorded many times
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jj.:

there's also at least one terrible audience recording of it from his '74 tour.
  12:14am
Dean:

Nothinge.

Must confess I'm a selective fan of both Eno and Talking Heads. I like one Eno tune on Before and After Science, "Here He Comes," and TH's first single, "Love Goes to a Building on Fire." Nothing much else from either.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15am
jj.:

also, hi everybody. all bootlegs tonight as we close out the semi-silent october fundraiser. joe belock will be joining me at 1ish.
  12:15am
rw:

The Creepers! Hadn't heard it but I found it on YouTube. I'll check it out later. Thanks!
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Andrew S:

yeah creepers
  12:15am
Dean:

Except for -- big irony here -- My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, which I adore.
Avatar 12:16am
Andrew S:

i like pretty much all enos stuff, i have to be in the mood for some of the ambient stuff but its all good
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Andrew S:

cant think oif a talking heads record i dont like either
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Andrew S:

maybe i just have no discretion ;)
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coelacanth∅:

hey Jesse and Frowmonsters
  12:18am
rw:

Dean! Those first three Eno records are SO good! Your childhood and my childhood must have been very different.
  12:19am
rw:

Hey coel, we're geeking about Eno and Talking Heads. Please stop me.
  12:20am
Dean:

I dunno, rw, I just never quite got what all the hollerin' was about.
  12:20am
Dean:

Heh, speaking of Ex (see comments on Sam's show)!
  12:22am
MONEYBAG$:

I just spent the previous hour looking for a good Urge Overkill bootleg, like such a thing exists
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22am
coelacanth∅:

rw how can i stop you?!
i love practically everything Eno's done...especially solo albums 1,2,3 & 5.
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coelacanth∅:

(and several of his collaborations)
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Andrew S:

not to mention that little glam band he was in ;)
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Scraps:

When I was a teenager, More Songs About Buildings and Food, Here Come the Warm Jets, and Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) all served as my number one favorite rock album. (Still high up there.)
Avatar 12:25am
Andrew S:

yep all 3 of thoise are gems
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coelacanth∅:

more songs and fear of music are both perfect albums for me. i don't care much for anything the 'heads did after fear of music though.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26am
Aitch:

Are we not men? This Year's Model etc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27am
coelacanth∅:

Jesse i have that version of baby's on fire/i'll come running on a boot called "music for palaces" double album.
  12:27am
Dean:

At that time, my favorite albums included DAMNED DAMNED DAMNED, Selling England by the Pound, and Dances of the Renaissance by Musica Aurea.
Avatar 12:28am
Andrew S:

no love for '77 coel? Im with you where they dropped off, but not as much for me, i liked all their albums but the later ones not through and through, but there were standout tracks on all of them
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Scraps:

Remain in Light is near perfect also for me.
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coelacanth∅:

77 has some stellar tracks on it, but then much of side a (if i remember correctly) isn't great, in my opinion. (uh oh love comes to town... sorry! no!) all in all it's a good album anyway.
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Andrew S:

man this set so far is perfect for me
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jj.:

we'll see if my next selection lives up that assessment!
  12:32am
Dean:

Please be The Fall.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32am
jj.:

ha, probably the opposite of the fall!
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Scraps:

There we agree
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Andrew S:

well perfect is a ridiculous bar but easy to reach with me
  12:33am
Dean:

Opposite? Can't wait!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33am
coelacanth∅:

i have an excellent Patti Smith bootleg. has the best version of "we're gonna have a real good time together" and an also good "pale blue eyes"
  12:34am
Dean:

Heck, no! Not all that opposite!
  12:35am
rw:

I'm with Dean here.
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Roberto:

How the hell am I older now than Zappa was when he died...oy.
  12:35am
Dean:

I'm not a big Zappa fan, either, but I *loved* visiting a friend in Connecticut every year around Memorial Day, when a local publicly supported station traditionally devoted the morning to Zappa. What a great show!
Avatar 12:35am
Andrew S:

it fits right in after that wicked Television jam. When the Mothers were at their weirdest they sound like they were from another planet
Avatar 12:37am
Scraps:

Hmm. Zappa and Smith had a similar distaste for the media...
Avatar 👻 Swag For Life Member 12:37am
Nardo:

For those who are interested, the full Television live set at Piccadilly is still available for download on Aquarium Drunkard.
  12:38am
rw:

Now THIS (Christopher) may be closer to The Fall's opposite.
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Andrew S:

man some of those tv interviews where zappa would sit there and be berated by those squares like that good from chicago who ratted on the reporter
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Andrew S:

zappa always held his own
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Andrew S:

im interested nardo and thanks, id never heard that and that was awesome
  12:39am
MONEYBAG$:

"they're all massive Fall fans" - MES on Prince and the Revolution
  12:39am
Dean:

You can say that again, rw.
Avatar 12:40am
Scraps:

Prince & Smith had similar fecundity and didn’t care what you thought about it
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Roberto:

Zappa's advice to music critics: "They can all kiss my ass but because it's so grand they'd best just stay away."
  12:41am
Dean:

Is broadcasting bootlegs a copyright violation?
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coelacanth∅:

haha i have to remember that Zappa quote!
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Andrew S:

i was gonna go out but that set was just unreal
Avatar 12:46am
Roberto:

That was Zappa via Ike Willis in Joe's Garage.
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Andrew S:

im reminded of a video where neil young walks into a record store and finds a bootleg of one of his albums and gives the kid shit who working if you havent seen it its pretty funny
Avatar 12:47am
Andrew S:

he confiscted it
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Andrew S:

confiscated
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Andrew S:

one time i was at a bus stop and i found a bag of records and there were a bunch of bootlegs. The opnly ones i remember were a cheap trick, led zep copenhagen warmupos, and a yes album that had a crossword puzzle on it
Avatar 12:51am
ReadingDoonesbury:

Belated West Coast greetings, Brother Frow and my fellow Frowskateers. Bummer that I missed the FZ in Ann Arbor track. Always down for a shout-out to my beloved state of Michigan.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52am
coelacanth∅:

jerry lee lewis apparently confiscated entire cassette racks of bootlegs - not just his own material.
  12:52am
Dean:

Fave bootleg might be As Though Emerald City, a mix of Genesis's shows at the Shrine '75 and a scarce single from the time featuring "Twilight Alehouse."

Buena Park, CA, used to be the home of a marvelous bootleg storehouse, Beggars Banquet Records. Springsteen sued them. Jerk.
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Andrew S:

haha id get out of the way if i was workin in a record store and jerry lee came in bitching about bootlegs
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Scraps:

I don’t mostly care about bootlegs — don’t really care about live music — but I want that Michael Hurley.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53am
coelacanth∅:

Andrew i think that's generally how it went!
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ReadingDoonesbury:

There's a story that circulates among Montrealers of a certain age that Neil Young stopped at the Maples Inn after the 1984 International Harvesters tour stop. Some guy, the story goes, brought him a bootleg record to sign, and Neil was in a good mood and actually signed the thing....
Avatar 12:54am
Andrew S:

i just like to hear versions ive never heard before and boots are all about that
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Andrew S:

www.rockarchive.com...
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Andrew S:

the videos down but thats good i dont want to distract anyway
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Andrew S:

but its a funny watch for another time
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coelacanth∅:

i bought a pink floyd bootleg when i was a teenager. it sounded like it was recorded from the mens' room but it was early workings of what was to become "animals" and some of the songs were very different, though i could tell which songs they each were to become. very interesting.
one of my sister's first boyfriends stole it.
  12:58am
Dean:

Italy is a notorious source of bootlegs of classical performances.
  12:58am
Bobby:

I love these guys so much
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Andrew S:

italy had differnet copyright laws so even good labels like get back or akarma a lot of the stuff was dubious as far as if anyone got paid
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Andrew S:

not get back so much but akarma forsure
  1:00am
MONEYBAG$:

Tried to get Wayne Coyne to sign a Flaming Lips boot back in the 90s, but he was being hard to corral. In retrospect that guy got so lame that I would not want his autograph in my house now.
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Andrew S:

yeah i used to live flaming lips a lot and especially wayne but he became a walking talking gimmick
  1:02am
Dean:

At one time I had more bootlegs of Todd Rundgren (Utopia), ELO, and the Beatles, than of their legit records. Not that I collected any of them extensively, but I preferred the grittiness.

What's with these musicians?! They bitch about something of theirs being stolen, but even bootleggers have to work to produce their product.
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Andrew S:

alright i needa beer be back for joe b wicked tunes jj wish i could take em with me
  1:05am
MONEYBAG$:

Phil yelling over Peter Tork...well it's not going to get better than that. bravo JJ
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Scraps:

Sure, Dean, and burglars work hard, too.
  1:06am
Dean:

Sweat of the brow!
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Scraps:

I know this from Donald Westlake.
  1:10am
david:

the ubu radio station is so hipster, they even have some french podcasts hahaha
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coelacanth∅:

if i found bootlegs of my art (well... i'd be thankful! - but if i was famous- ) or boots of friends, i'd confiscate them too....unless i was Really big, like the beatles or whatever. jerry lee lewis was probably not rolling in the dough by the '70s when those stories came out.
-just a guess.
  1:15am
Anastasia:

Wow, cool Dead cover by Meat Puppets!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16am
jj.:

to me, even in the '90s, bootlegs were always more about tapes you traded with other people than illicit CDs/LPs you bought in stores, though that's probably my dead freak origins showing through.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:19am
coelacanth∅:

i know what you mean Jesse, and i've made many bootlegs in that sense. 'different than pressing them up in large volumes for sale to the masses.
  1:20am
Dean:

In the '90s rock bootlegs began moving online. During the '70s and '80s there were plenty of stores that stocked them. Heck, Middle Earth in Downey, CA, was one hub of the network, the home of Amazing Korneyfone. It was great fun, because you'd buy the official releases, then find the oddball live shows. (Unless, like me and Rundgren and ELO, you only bought the bootleg!)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:21am
coelacanth∅:

...i guess you could call that great version of i know you rider a 'dead cover, sorta. like calling love in vain a 'stones cover if you play it sort of in a similar style?
  1:21am
rw:

Only semi related but I saw a rock video on YouTube recently whose ideas and technique were clearly lifted from a friend of mine. When I showed her the video she said, "It's cute. It's nice to have fans". I thought that was a nice response.
  1:22am
MONEYBAG$:

unfortunately my entry to bootlegs was via overpriced Misfits vinyl that was uniformly crappy sounding
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coelacanth∅:

rw that's honorable.
  1:23am
Anastasia:

@coelacanth, ha yeah I know what you mean, my bad
  1:24am
Dean:

http://www.wohlers.org/puppets/
  1:26am
BEAVO:

Can anybody tell me the difference between stereo ACC and stereo? Much appreciated
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coelacanth∅:

after my brother brought "panama red" into the house i found a bootleg of "new riders of the purple sage and the grateful dead". i had no idea who the grateful dead were! i bought it and could not figure out what songs were by which band. duh. had a great version of hello marylou on it. 'don't know which band that is.
  1:27am
caca:

the hell is a bootleg?
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Adamsworth:

Great show tonight! I just logged on to check out the Meat Pups bootleg page, which looks super dope. That version of Rider was great!
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coelacanth∅:

Anastasia i read long ago that the 'stones successfully sued someone for doing "love in vain" with their style. so there's validity in saying meat puppets covered the 'dead. (like if you played "cold rain and snow" in their style, it's pretty unmistakably the 'dead's arrangement.
  1:30am
BEAVO:

1981 I was 21, loaded up my Volvo station wagon and moved to LA, Best thing I ever did, I’m back in the red state of Georgia now, Which sucks, not the state, just the red part!
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coelacanth∅:

...even though it's not their song)
  1:31am
BEAVO:

So nothing all that ACC huh Come on people
  1:31am
Dean:

AAC: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Audio_Coding
  1:33am
rw:

Beavo, I've been assuming it's a higher quality compression but I guess Dean knows the real answer...
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Scraps:

Geez, they would both be dead pretty soon
  1:33am
Dean:

"Knows" in one of Sam Johnson's two senses, yeah, sure.
  1:33am
BEAVO:

Tork and Phil?
  1:34am
BEAVO:

Never heard of that shit
  1:35am
BEAVO:

@ dean thanks so another words if you’re listening on the cell phone it doesn’t make any difference!
  1:35am
MONEYBAG$:

Don't feel bad for Lester Bangs, he never had to write about Kanye West
  1:36am
BEAVO:

What are you gonna tell me next Lou Reed Jammed at Monterey?
  1:36am
BEAVO:

I’ll believe that when I hear it
  1:37am
BEAVO:

Give me a ticket for an airplaneAin’t got time to take a fast train
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Adamsworth:

WHOA cool.
  1:39am
miles:

who knew?
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Adamsworth:

I got to see Alex Chilton play in like 1998...unfortunately it was when I was young and didn't know any of his music, really, ha ha. I still liked it though, he did a good job. I think a woman tooker her bra off under her shirt and threw it at him, ha ha.
  1:41am
BEAVOl l:

The Dead played between the Who and Hendrix, when did Peter Tork. Play with Phil? Who was not famous at that time?
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Adamsworth:

We just heard the writer of the theme song for the TV sitcom The 70s Show...now it's time for the writer of the theme song for Third Rock from the Sun! Ha ha
  1:44am
BEAVOl l:

Lotta mythology about Monterey Daltry said that George Harrison and Eric Clapton were under the stage at Monterey jamming with Jimi and Pete, it never happened.
  1:45am
Miles:

Johnny Rivers does a good Promised Land
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Adamsworth:

Ben Vaughn is good as hell though, and so is Chilton, and their collab with Alan Vega is another coincidence...If only Vega had been able to make a tv theme song!
  1:47am
Miles:

wowza chuck
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Adamsworth:

GREAT ONE NOTE SOLO
  1:47am
BEAVOl l:

Funny I was that age in the 70s I hate that fucking show first of all in the 70s we had furniture from the 50s and 40s Not goofball 70s orange furniture and carpeting.
  1:48am
BEAVOl l:

We sure as fuck never hung
out in the fucking laundry room
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Adamsworth:

Yeah that 70s show was terrible. Also they are supposedly in small town Wisconsin, but there's never anything about that at all.
  1:50am
BEAVOl l:

Chuck is the shit
  1:50am
BEAVOl l:

That’s the one legend I didn’t get a chance to see
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Adamsworth:

Whoa, Joe's story about this is so great...
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Adamsworth:

Ah, I guess I forgot Vaughn got In the Street on that show, that's cool as hell.
  1:56am
BEAVO:

First rock ‘n’ roll tune I remember hearing was Johnny Rivers version of Memphis Tennessee, was on the radio all the time when I was about six.
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Scraps:

That 70s Show was pretty good for a long time, I thought.

Do you think Happy Days was faithful to the fifties? (I grew up in the seventies.)
  1:58am
BEAVO:

Yeah I’m still waiting for that Peter Tork Phil Lesh bootleg.
  1:59am
BEAVO:

Yeah all that live velvet underground stuff sounds like shit but it’s all great Because that’s we’re supposed to say
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Adamsworth:

I guess I'm saying I think That 70s Show was bad, but I ended up watching so many episodes.
  2:00am
Miles:

what was the Matrix bootleg? what? u interrupted yourself?
  2:02am
BEAVO:

@ adsmsworth Yeah because Laura Prepon and Mila Kiunis are fucking hot right?
  2:03am
BEAVO:

Even Richard Nixon has got soul
  2:04am
BEAVO:

You guys are like Neil Young nerds
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jj.:

the matrix = "The Complete Matrix Tapes," a beautiful soundboard release from their '69 shows in SF (also audience versions on the Quine Tapes of some of the same material, but also different stuff).
  2:04am
BEAVO:

I guess I am too but I’m on the fucking radio
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jj.:

@beavo - the tork/lesh track is tork making a stage announcement during the dead's set at monterey pop, with lesh interrupting him.
  2:06am
BEAVO:

I just bought the vinyl of the Tonight’s the night at the Roxy. Guess that makes me wonk
  2:08am
BEAVO:

JJ that makes sense I’ll listen to it on the archive I thought you were implying they were jamming togetherLove your notes on the first GD album
  2:08am
BEAVO:

Also want to read your book too!
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Andrew S:

when the bartender and the waitress buys you a shot its a always a steup cuz yer getting the next round unless you're a dick but all in all it ends up everybodys hap;ppy
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Adamsworth:

Live at the Bottom Line was the first bootelg I got on the internet I think! I think I downloaded it on a landline and it took all night. Then I had to record it to a CDR and it took like 20 minutes, ha ha
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coelacanth∅:

did you bring me back a beer?
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Andrew S:

i have cdr bootlegs i used to hang around with elevator for instance and i have a cdr right beside me but like you cant sell it its a cdr its just sentimental
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Andrew S:

man neil young though thats real shit
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Andrew S:

i have a buddy he just doesnt get it. He plays in the 5 man electrical band. Great guy. My bezt friend in fact. But when he hears Neil he says "why so much distortion". He just doesnt get the aesthetic
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Andrew S:

wow so great never nhard this version
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Andrew S:

no frills
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Andrew S:

blitzkrieg neil
  2:26am
BEAVO:

If I’m not mistaken I don’t think I am Neil Young offered this song, Sedan Delivery to Lynyrd Skynyrd. They said no thank you.
Avatar 2:28am
Andrew S:

there was a lot of complex interaction
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Andrew S:

when all was said and done they were all pals and thats what matters
Avatar 2:31am
Andrew S:

man this song is so good
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Andrew S:

this notes for you was great
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Andrew S:

everybody else was cashing in and he said fuck you
  2:37am
BEAVO:

How about the three unreleased recordings of Crosby stills Nash and Young fighting in the dressing room at the Fillmore East, all this and more Howie!
  2:39am
BEAVO:

Give me the enchilada with the pickle sauce shoved up and down the donkeys ass until he can’t come anymore!
  2:39am
BEAVO:

Your voluptuous Manhattan Island clit!
  2:41am
BEAVO:

More Zappa please.
  2:43am
BEAVO:

There’s no fucking auto tune McCartney live album Prove it
Avatar 2:44am
Andrew S:

dont thiink neil would be down with autotune
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Sharts-A-Plenty:

hi from santa cruz ca. cool tunes.
Avatar 2:49am
Sharts-A-Plenty:

neil used device similar to auto tune in 80s
  2:50am
BEAVO:

In fact you want to talk about fake concerts the entire Band last waltz concert was overdubbed. Except for Levon’s drums he refused to do it. Neil Young’s performance was filmed with a huge chunk of cocaine hanging out of his nose,they had to do what Levon referred to as the traveling booger Matte At the insistence of his manager Elliot Roberts.
Avatar 2:51am
Andrew S:

no it wasnt, he used effectss yeah but not autotune
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Sharts-A-Plenty:

similar
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Sharts For The Memories:

Hi, it's me again.
  2:54am
BEAVO:

Bob Dylan did this song so you didn’t have to
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Sharts For The Memories:

neil coke nose
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  2:55am
BEAVO:

tlamb-chop was that little puppet Who is the woman? Don’t make me Google that
  2:57am
BEAVO:

Shari Lewis And lamb chop They started on Captain kangaroo
  2:58am
BEAVO:

Jeff Conklin played an alternate version of beer a big girl now from the rep coming box set more blood on the tracks it was killer lamb chop sucksSorry JJ
  2:58am
BEAVO:

You’re a big girl not beer a big girl
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Sharts For The Memories:

good stuff, thanks
  3:00am
BEAVO:

No seriously you went from the sublime to the ridiculous
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