The music and images are for expanding your musical taste into the greatest musical experience in our generation. There will Never be another time when music expressed so much for so many. If you like an album, support the artist and go buy it IF you can find it. Look for great used record stores in your area. I will post music that may be very hard to find (if not impossible) I will post music I find on the internet to promote sharing the music to others around the world. I do Not receive any monetary gain in what I place on this site. I am here to share and do appreciate what others have to share with me. Files are in mp3 format and the sound quality is much much better from a CD so once again if you can find it please purchase it.
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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)