magrawgap970316t10 Molly And Tenbrooks by StKnick published on 2013/11/14 03:38:47 +0000 Magraw Gap March 16,1997 Moontime Bar and Grill Nederland,CO Source:Sbd > Sony TCD D7 > Cassette Transfer:MR-2 > DR-40 @ 24/96 > Audacity > TLH Transferred,shared by indydarkstar thanks to Lou Caranza for the tape Set Two: 01.Cold Frosty Mornin 02.Freeborn Man 03.Unknown Medley 04.Rocky Road Blues 05.Sitting On Top Of The World 06.Dim Lights Thick Smoke 07.Molly And Tenbrooks 08.Darlin Corey 09.Reuben's Train Leftover Salmon joined in for most/all of this show unknown amount missing from first set MAGRAW GAP Larry Keel – Guitar Daniel Knicely – Mandolin Will Lee - Banjo John Flower – Bass LEFTOVERS SALMON Vince Herman - Guitar, vocals Drew Emmitt - Mandolin, vocals Mark Vann – Banjo Taper's notes: First off I'd like to thank Bob 'Indydarkstar' Hagerman for helping to make this dream come true...I knew I held onto this tape for 16 years for a good reason. Here's the lowdown...This show was recorded using 8 stage mikes so pardon the quality. But what it may lack in sonic quality it makes up for in its attack, warp factor pickin' and good 'ol high country hoin' down. This is how it went down...the previous night, Saturday March 15th 1997, Leftover Salmon played a show at the Fox Theater in Boulder and Larry Keel & the boys from Magraw Gap crashed the show. The next night Magraw Gap played The Moontime Bar & Grille in Nederland, Colorado(alt.8230) and certain members of Leftover Salmon, who shall remain nameless, returned the favor. This is the only known recording of that show to survive, it comes from a master cassette, made off the original DAT, that has only been played 4-5 times in 16 years. The original DAT was recorded over(not by me, mind you) after I made the only copy... It was a late winter, snow packed Sunday night at The Moontime that night...about 50 people witnessed this craziness...and every one of them was on The Bus during the setbreak...what you've got here is what happened after that frigid high country siesta...shear Bluegrass insanity...multiple Mandos, bi-curious Banjos, galloping Gitfiddles and some sweet high and lonesome vocals...just a bunch cracked-out Colorado Jamgrass freeks getting high on the sweet Bluegrass in the rarefied air...Enjoy. Lou Carranza This release is dedicated to the memory of Mark Vann.