Weir Everywhere Dept: Bob Weir & The Campfire Band – The Moody TheaterAustin, TX, Sunday April 16th 2017



Bob Weir & The Campfire Band
Steve Kimock, Bryan Devendorf, Scott Devendorf,
Jon Shaw, Aaron Dessner,Josh Kaufman

The Moody Theater
Austin, TX
Sunday April 16th 2017 

Set I
Hell in a Bucket (solo)
Corrina (solo)
Blue Mountain (solo)
Whatever Happened To Rose
Darkest Hour
Lay My Lily Down
Jack Straw
Most of the Time
Gonesville

Set II
On the Road Again
Mama Tried
Brown-Eyed Women
He’s Gone
The Other One >
Stella Blue >
Not Fade Away

E: Uncle John’s Band

Scrivener/Turtle

Jack Straw

Uncle John’s Band

SETLIST & VIDEO: Bob Weir & The Campfire Band – The Moody Theater in Austin, TX – Saturday, April 15, 2017



Bob Weir & The Campfire Band
Steve Kimock, Bryan Devendorf, Scott Devendorf, Jon Shaw, Aaron Dessner, Josh Kaufman
The Moody Theater in Austin, TX
Saturday, April 15, 2017

Set I
Loose Lucy (solo)
KC Moan (solo)
Black-Throated Wind (solo)
Blue Mountain (solo)
Only a River
Darkest Hour
Ghost Towns
Cottonwood Lullaby
Lay My Lily Down
Rosalie McFall >
Gonesville

Set II
Me and My Uncle
Dark Hollow
Tennessee Jed
New Minglewood Blues
Playing in the Band >
Eyes of the World
Morning Dew

E: Ki-Yi Bossie (solo)
Peggy-O

Scrivener/Turtle

Tennessee Jed

Peggy O

Dark Hollow

 

 

VIDEO  “Stella Blue”  Bob Weir, Joe Russo, Josh Kaufman, Kevin Morby, Sam Cohen, Eric D. Johnson, Sweetwater Music Hall Mill Valley CA March 2nd 2017 



Weir Everywhere Dept 

Bob Weir sat in with   “Alone and Together”

Featuring: Kevin Morby, Sam Cohen, Eric D. Johnson (Fruit Bats), Joe Russo (Almost Dead) and Josh Kaufman. 

Thursday Mar 2, 2017 SOLD OUT

Sweetwater Music Hall Mill Valley CA 

Full Setlist here 

Pink Floyd & Frank Zappa Live “Interstellar Overdrive” 1969



Pink Floyd & Frank Zappa Live “Interstellar Overdrive” 1969

The following information about this is from a Spanish music blog Musoeta:

Amougies (Belgium), Actuel Festival
24 to 27 October 1969

source: audience recording

This is an amazing find that I’m sure will delight fans of Frank Zappa and the bands concerned alike. A little background : the Actuel festival
was organized by the publication of the same name (who, under different editorship, went on to become a prime mover of the French counterculture in the early to mid-70s) in collaboration with the fledgling BYG label. It was originally going to take place in or near Paris, but French authorities forbid it and the marquee was eventually set up a few miles outside the French border, on Belgian soil. It took place over 5 nights, entertaining an audience of 15-20,000 to a unique mixture of progressive pop, free jazz and contemporary music.

Frank Zappa was present at the festival (well, the first four days, it seems) in a twofold capacity. First, as Captain Beefheart’s road manager; secondly, as M.C., assisting Pierre Lattes, a famous radio/TV presenter at the time (and the pop music editor for Actuel magazine). The latter task proved problematic given FZ’s very limited mastery of French, the prevailing language among the audience, who themselves didn’t seem to understand much English.

Instead, FZ relinquished his M.C. job for one of occasional guest guitarist.

As far as I know, with the exception of FZ’s performance with Captain Beefheart, this collects all of his jams with participating bands. A couple of films, directed by Jerome Laperrousaz and Jean-Noel Roy, came out in 1970 but were instantly banned because of objections from various bands (most notably Pink Floyd) whose permission hadn’t been properly secured. Zappa’s performance with Beefheart is included in one of them, and since the audio of the film (unlike the film itself) is in circulation, possibly in better sound than I could provide, I decided not to include it.

The whereabouts of the master tapes for the festival, if any exist, are unknown. What recordings are circulating are either the soundtrack of the film, or taken from radio broadcasts (on Luxemburg’s RTL and Belgium’s RTBF). The source used here is an audience recording made by a young French member of the audience using a now antiquated amateur tape recorder. The original tapes have been newly transferred, but even so, the sound quality
is rather poor. Still, it seems to be the only source available at this time, so that will have to do for now.

Most legendary, of course, is Frank Zappa’s jam with Pink Floyd on a very extended “Interstellar Overdrive”. Apparently, despite the wealth of Pink Floyd bootlegs in circulation, no one seems to have their Amougies set, so this will probably delight a lot of people. Browing various PF-related websites, there even seems to be a debate on whether the jam ever took place. Well, here is the final proof that it did.

Now, the tracklist:

1. Aynsley Dunbar’s Retaliation: unknown title (7:08)
[October 24]
Victor Brox (vocals, harmonica); John Moorshead (guitar); Alex (Erroneous) Dmochowski (bass); Aynsley Dunbar (drums)

2. Pink Floyd: Interstellar Overdrive (20:25)
[October 25]
David Gilmour (guitar); Richard Wright (organ); Roger Waters (bass); Nick Mason (drums)

3. Caravan: If I Could Do It All Over Again, I’d Do It All Over You (7:55)
[October 26]
Pye Hastings (guitar & vocals); David Sinclair (keyboards); Richard Sinclair (bass & vocals); Richard Coughlan (drums)

4. Blossom Toes: unknown title (26:10)
[October 26]
Brian Godding (guitar, vocals & keyboards); Jim Cregan (guitar & vocals); Brian Belshaw (bass & vocals); Kevin Westlake (drums)

5. Sam Apple Pie: unknown title (6:04)
[October 27]
Sam Sampson (vocals & harmonica); Danny Barnes (lead guitar); Andy Johnson (slide guitar); Bob Renny (bass & vocals); Lee Baxter Hayes Jr (drums)

(Note (updated): FZ also jammed with the Pretty Things, but the taper inadvertently erased the tape in question many years ago; he also participated in a jam with
some of the free jazz players, led by Archie Shepp; sadly the taper was into rock, not jazz, and didn’t bother recording any of the jazz acts.)

Full playlist:

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