Eddie King & The Swamp Bees
Jan 6, 2001
SLO Veteran's Hall
San Luis Obispo, CA
San Luis Obispo Blues Society

Digital Soundboard; Mackie 24 Channel >XLR >Tascam DA-P1 (16bit/44.1khz)
DAT Master Transferred: Tascam DA-P1* >S/PDIF >Tascam DR100mkII
WAV >Audacity (Track Splits) >FLAC (Level 8) + Tags Via xACT 2.41
*Original Record Deck

Recorded, Transferred, FLAC’d, & Tagged By OldNeumanntapr

Set I:
01. Instrumental**
02. Drinking Straight Tequila**#
03. Instrumental**
04. Let The Good Times Roll
05. I Like The Feeling
06. Unknown
07. Kitty Kat
08. Losing Boy
09. Intermission Chat With Eddie

Set II:
01. Instrumental**
02. Mustang Sally**#
03. I Ain't Drunk
04. Standing On Shaky Ground
05. Help Me***
06. Talk
07. Hey Ba-Ba-Re-Bop*** >
08. Instrumental Jam***
09. Hey Mr. Bluesman >
10. Unknown


11. Look On Yonders Wall >
12. I'm No Fool, I Know The Rule

Eddie King - Guitar, Vocals
Brian Davis - Guitar, Vocals (#Lead Vocals)
Doug ‘DD’ Daniels - Keyboards, Tenor Saxophone
Freddy Croffer - Bass
Rumpie - Drums

RIP Eddie
‘Demolition Blues’ Opened

**Swamp Bees Only, No Eddie
***w/Members Of ‘Demolition Blues’

OldNeumanntapr Notes-
This was another SLO Blues Society show that I recorded through Jack’s soundboard. I don’t remember if we had permission for this one or not. The recording sounds pretty good and I was able to get a stereo mix for my DA-P1. I don’t remember anything about the opening band, but Eddie wanted some members of ‘Demolition Blues’ to sit in with his band during the second set. Eddie asked the crowd to ‘Give Deborah on the harmonica a big hand’, at the end of a long jam in the second set. Apparently Deborah was a member of the opening band because he was really impressed with her playing, or ‘blowing’. He said, ‘You’d make somebody a good woman’. There seems to be some noise from a wireless microphone that pops up here and there, and it was possibly from her harp mic. The first is about 48 minutes but the second set is more than one disc, so take that into account if burning to CD. As my friend Roy says, ‘Salt and pepper to taste.’ Luckily I ran a 90 meter (3hr) DAT tape for this show to get the whole thing. This was the only time that I ever saw Eddie King.

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