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|Artist||Phil Lesh & Friends|
|Show||phil lesh, touloos ta' truck, keystone berkeley, berkeley, ca 1976-10-00|
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|Description||Phil Lesh & Touloos Ta' Truck, Keystone Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 1976-10-00|
this show really isn't crisp . there is alot of buzzing inbetween songs and
some tape hiss . so if you are looking for a killer sounding show look else
where . if you are a collector and want to hear some good tunes then
download this . hopefully this might bring out someone else with a better
copy ...anyway enjoy
Touloos Ta' Truck
Phil Lesh - bass, vocals?
John Allair - keyboards, lead vocals
Terry Haggerty - guitar, vocals?
Steve Mitchell - drums
disc 1 :
01-swannee river (cuts into the song)
02-jam w/ i don't need no doctor vocals
03-baby, what you want me to do
05-harder they come
06-goin' to the river
07-drop your drawes
08-since i feel for you
09-shake rattle & roll
10-tom thumb blues
do not sell
do not covert to lossy format
if you want to re-master go right ahead
d7807cec68d22da5d6401b5d5c371cc4 *disc101-swannee river.flac
0751862f8eb2a4b4dedd4f58bb3e1a2d *disc103-baby, what you want me to do .flac
651a802f509cb3c61c5f03101d0a4d81 *disc105-harder they come.flac
c317918ece34c3bb754a1092e1521c62 *disc106-goin' to the river.flac
236ee42296ee2aeed54c2202426cb43f *disc107-drop your drawes.flac
ca9eb9fd04743ea495f42377c77f4710 *disc108-since i feel for you.flac
0f4017c9cd7f4c9bbff8e8315f541574 *disc109-shake rattle & roll.flac
77c89cc50700a3b37adf1b9de6004bf9 *disc110-tom thumb blues.flac
|Type||Phil Lesh & Friends|
|Last seeder||Last activity 8 days, 07:21:21 ago|
|Size||329.88 MB (345905932 Bytes)|
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|joe this is so cool i live in a small town that steve the drummer lives in.he is still very active drumming with differnt bands in the area and i would be very curious if he has a copy of this.i will make sure this grammy award winning drummer gets a copy of this. thank you very much
|Cool - I was not aware of any of these shows... can't wait to hear this.
A little research shows that there is some discussion around whether these shows are '75 or '76... http://www.philzone.com/philbase/tooloose.html
I certainly don't know... and don't care too much - Thanks again!
|I've got an old 45minute normal bias cassette of this show that you would swear it was recorded in the snakepit from Indiana Jones it is soo hissy. This will be a vast improvement I'm sure, very cool to see this pop up here. Thanks Joe!
|I was at this show - It was WAY cool!!!
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