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Whale And Fieldworkers Benefit 1974
San Francisco, December 14, 1974
Unreleased live album recorded by Stephen Barncard
2. Deja Vu
3. Lady Of The Island
4. Prison Song
5. Carry me
6. Calley's Song
7. Sleep Song
8. King Of The Mountain
9. Time After Time
12. The Last Whale
13. Wooden Ships
14. What Are Their Names
16. Long Time Gone
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|perfect, incredible sound 8)
|A very unexpected treat on a Monday afternoon. Thank you so very much.
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|Thank you very much for so generously sharing this gem with us!!
|Thanks for sharing! I found these comments on 2 different sites:
Excellent live show recorded Dec. 14, 1974 by ace producer and engineer, Wally Heider, edited as a live album that would never come out. Also known as the Whale & Fieldworkers Benefit 1974 concert. There are a number of highlights, including Crosby’s new (at the time) “Carry Me” and a slow, tortured reading of “Wooden Ships.”
Wally Heider who recorded Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young at the Fillmore in June, 1970 which became the famous Four Way Street album, was again at the soundboard to record this show in San Francisco. Nothing was released till 1977, when a Crosby & Nash album called Live came out. That album was recorded during the duo’s tours from 1975 to 1977. This show is among the earliest of their professional recordings. It seems to have been edited for a live album but never released.
|Sounds great, thanks much!
|Thanks i-miss-tol! How did you get a hold of this one?
|top notch. sound is extremely good. i might as well be sitting on neil young's stool. no disgusting pun intended.
thanks for a great seed.
|Thanks so much for getting this out.
|always teLL where you got it.
this, in addition to several other gems from the moore.berger squad, came from shnflac. appreciated to share around since LL is like a jacket i had back in the 80s--Members Only--but credit should prolly be given. not harshin', just sayin'.
|>> like a jacket i had back in the 80s--Members Only
You admit in this public forum that you had one of those jackets? I bet you looked reaLLy siLLy.
Thanks for sharin'!
|"always teLL where you got it.
this, in addition to several other gems from the moore.berger squad, came from shnflac. appreciated to share around since LL is like a jacket i had back in the 80s--Members Only--but credit should prolly be given. not harshin', just sayin'."
let's just say, I was the one who put it on STG and eLLsewhere ;)
|Thanks so much, can't wait to hear it.
|very cool that you originally shared it...maybe LL should have mentioned THAT.......just sayin' ;)
on the other hand, you still fail to mention where such a thing came from...for such a great rare thing, many are curious how you got ahold of this...not that you haven't done enough already, but could you tell us a story??? the history of the source could be as interesting as the music for some of us...thanx for sharing the music, I'll check back in later in hopes of storytime :)
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|thank you :-)
|10-4, bro. again, not harshing, just saying. i, of course, failed to mention my appreciation in this share. and yeah, phishblowz, perhaps the trail should have bread crumbs along the way...agreed! thanks pal, the old man 'cross the street is gonna LOVE this. much appreciated from just north of hamptone, va.