Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: CPR (David Crosby) with Phil Lesh – San Francisco, CA (01/21/97)

cpr with phil lesh

CPR with Phil Lesh
Maritime Hall Concert
Maritime Hall, San Francisco, CA,
January 21, 1997
Excellent soundboard

Download FLAC: Part I, Part II, Part III
Download MP3@320: File Factory

CD 1:
1. In My Dreams
2. Tracks In The Dust
3. Homeward Through The Haze
4. Rusty ANd Blue
5. Thousand Roads
6. For Free
7. Band intros
8. Morrison
9. Somehow She Knew
10. Till It Shines On You
11. This Time

CD 2:
1. Where Will I Be
2. Delta
3. Deja Vu
4. One For Every Moment
5. Guinevere
6. Eight Miles High
7. Band intros
8. Laughing
9. Box Of Rain
10. Wooden Ships
11. Outro

I finally ran out of bandwidth.  Turns out the throttled speeds aren’t bad at all.  I was expecting dial-up style slowness but I’m still downloading at about .81 mbs (and about a quarter of that for uploads) which, while not awesome, is loads better than my expectations and more than enough to keep me blogging.  It will likely slow down the amount of shows I upload, but not by that much.  And posting will now be able to continue at regular speeds.  Huzzah!

2 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: CPR (David Crosby) with Phil Lesh – San Francisco, CA (01/21/97)

  1. Great to see more David Crosby, truly one of the great iconic voices of ‘rock’ well certainly a big favourite of mine anyway. Why on earth he didn’t record more with the Dead I will never understand. I mean all that hype about Bob playing with them (eventually) but really DC and the Dead is a perfect match IMO.
    The ‘Perro tapes’ were great, you’d have thought that would have led to more of an ongoing association over the decades.

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