Wednesday, March 5, 2014


Since we are on this wave of West Coast Boots we might as well throw in one last one. Here's a set of the SF bands live released on a boot called High Times In Frisco in 1996, If you get the 3 California LP's, and the  KSAN Vault series and The San Francisco Nights series you could say you have collected some great music from a great time.

1. The Other Side of This Life - Jefferson Airplane (Fillmore West; October 14, 1967)
2. It's Alright - Jefferson Airplane (Fillmore West; October 14, 1967)
3. Jam - Jefferson Airplane (Fillmore West; October 14, 1967)
4. Susie Q. - Quicksilver Messenger Service (Fillmore West; November 6, 1966)
5. Mona - Quicksilver Messenger Service (Fillmore West; November 6, 1966)
6. Dark Magic - Moby Grape (Avalon Ballroom; December 31, 1966)
7. Flying High - Country Joe and the Fish (Fillmore West, 1967)
8. Ball and Chain - Big Brother and the Holding Company (Matrix, 1967)
9. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry - The Daily Flash (Matrix, 1966)
10. Going to Mexico - Steve Miller Band (Matrix, January 1967)


Bob W. said...

Thank you so much for these recent collections, they are great to hear. They bring back many happy memories of spending my time at the SF ballrooms.

Bob W.

Bob W. said...

One other comment: do you have the first 6 tracks (the Dead related material) from California Easter. The download I got from Solidboy did not include these tracks.

larry said...

Thanks for all of these discs. I am waiting for a re up of SF Nights when you get a chance. I have them on cassette- from the old tape trading days, but my SONY deck finally gave out.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for these last two Bill. Now I've got 'em all. (except for the first 6 Easter tracks). The KSAN & the SF Nights all thanks to you. I'd say I've got a pretty good collection that I couldn't have found anywhere else but at Good 'ol 24hr DJ.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the post. Had this awhile ago & almost forgot about it! Any compilation with QMS & Moby Grape has got to be good. This might be where I first heard a good quality "Dark Magic" Larry

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