Infrared Roses 2020-02-15 Los Angeles, Ca sbd.stage.mtx.miller

Infrared Roses
Wisdome LA
Los Angeles, California


Recording Info:
SBD + (Stage) AKG C460b/CK1 > Lunatec V2 > Sound Devices 744T (24-bit/96k) >
Samplitude Professional Pro X4 Suite > FLAC/16

(3 Discs Audio / 1 DVD FLAC) - these methods cut down on confusion.
I just burned track 07 to a separate CD 2, the rest on CD 1, for friends.

dl from 2020-04-17 rx. no streaming involved here.
torrent > Transmission 2.94 > iMac 3.6 GHz (OS 10.15.5 Catalina) > xACT 2.48 (st5) > Transmission 2.94 >
checksum file with original checks included. Art file optional (Hubbel space telescope - Pillars of Creation in the Eagle Nebula. one by visible light, two infrared light) nice but 2.7 MB.

Recorded by Charlie Miller
February 23, 2020

Set 1:
01 - Introduction
02 - Sugaree
03 - Big Railroad Blues
04 - Bertha
05 - Eyes Of The World
06 - Deal

Set 2:
07 - Infrared Roses (long track)
08 - New Speedway Boogie >
09 - The Other One >
10 - Black Muddy River

Bob Bralove - keys
Tom Constanten - keys
Steve Kimock - guitars
George Porter Jr. - bass, vocals
Wally Ingram - drums
Papa Mali - guitar, vocals
Scott Page - sax

from wikipedia:

Bob Bralove is an auxiliary keyboard–synthesizer player who worked as a sound technician with Grateful Dead from 1986 to 1995. He was influential on their integration of MIDI technology, first working with drummers Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, keyboardist Brent Mydland, and later guitarist Bob Weir and synthesizer/piano player Vince Welnick. He also co-wrote and contributed to such songs as "Picasso Moon", "Way to Go Home", and "Easy Answers". Perhaps his biggest project with the band was assembling segments of Dead jams on the 1991 Infrared Roses compilation album.

Tom Constanten is an American keyboardist, best known for playing with Grateful Dead from 1968 to 1970. briefly studied astronomy and music at University of California, Berkeley, where he met future Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh in the summer of 1961. In 1962, he lived in Brussels and Paris, met Umberto Eco(!), and studied on a scholarship with members of the Darmstadt School, including Berio, Henri Pousseur, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Pierre Boulez(!). Faced with the possibility of conscription amid the escalation of the Vietnam War, Constanten enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1965 as a computer programmer. By 1967, he had been promoted to sergeant. During this period, he first collaborated with the Grateful Dead as a session musician on Anthem of the Sun (1968); Constanten used several compensatory three-day passes to travel to Los Angeles to record with the band. T.C. listed himself as a Buddhist on his military records, so when the Grateful Dead scheduled a recording session, he declared a spurious Buddhist holiday and went to L.A. Constanten made his stage debut with the Dead as their permanent keyboardist on November 23, 1968, at the Memorial Auditorium in Athens, Ohio. He has been an artist in residence at Harvard, taught at the San Francisco Art Institute, played with Jefferson Starship, Dark Star Orchestra, Terrapin Flyer, Dose Hermanos, and Jazz is Dead.

Steve Kimock is an American rock guitarist who has spent most of his life around San Francisco. He has been compared to Jerry Garcia, who was a friend of his, and he has been affiliated with musicians connected to the Grateful Dead, including the bands Zero, the Other Ones, and KVHW. Garcia cited Kimock, along with Frank Gambale and Michael Hedges, as his favorite guitar players during the later part of his life.

George Joseph Porter Jr. is an American musician, best known as the bassist and singer of The Meters. Along with Art Neville, Porter formed the group in the mid 1960s and came to be recognized as one of the progenitors of funk. Porter has his own group the Runnin' Pardners, and also other projects such as The Trio with Johnny Vidacovich, New Orleans Social Club, Deep Fried, and Porter Batiste Stoltz. He has performed and recorded with wide range of artists including Soul Rebels Brass Band, Dr. John, Paul McCartney, Robbie Robertson, Willy DeVille, Robert Palmer, Patti Labelle, Jimmy Buffett, David Byrne, Johnny Adams, Harry Connick Jr., Earl King, Warren Haynes, Tori Amos, and Snooks Eaglin. In 2010, he replaced Reed Mathis in Bill Kreutzmann's newest band, 7 Walkers. On February 24, 2018, Porter sat in with Dead & Company during their New Orleans concert at the Smoothie King Center, playing bass on several songs including "Smokestack Lightning, "Bertha" and taking lead vocals on "Sugaree."

Wally Ingram is an American drummer and musician. He is most famous as a member of the band, Timbuk 3. (!!) In recent years, he has toured with the multi-instrumentalist David Lindley, and released several records with him. After being diagnosed with cancer, Ingram played in a January 2007 benefit concert staged by Butch Vig and Bonnie Raitt on his behalf. Other participants included Sheryl Crow, Jackson Browne, Crowded House, and George Clinton. As of February 2014, Ingram was the new drummer in German singer/songwriter Stefan Stoppok's band and working on their next album in Hamburg, Germany. In 2018, Ingram played with Bob Weir and Phil Lesh as part of the pair's "Duo Tour".

Malcolm "Papa Mali" Welbourne is an American record producer, guitarist, singer, and songwriter who grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, United States, and lives in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. His debut recording Thunder Chicken, produced by Dan Prothero, has been referred to as "one of the few truly wild and unruly records to come from the rock & roll tradition in the 21st century". While still in grade school, he was conning his cousin to take him into the French Quarter so he could buy every element of Brian Jones's outfit from the front cover of The Rolling Stones High Tides & Green Grass. A trip to Jamaica in 1977 exposed him to reggae music, and a few years later he teamed up with Michael E. Johnson and formed The Killer Bees in 1980. On New Year's Eve of 2008/2009 Papa Mali, Matt Hubbard and former Neville Brothers bassist James "Hutch" Hutchinson performed with Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann in concert at the Pauela Cannery in Haiku-Pauwela, Hawaii. In 2009 he formed a new band, 7 Walkers along with Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann, The Meters bassist George Porter Jr. (initially with bassist Reed Mathis) and multi-instrumentalist, Matt Hubbard. Their self-titled debut was released on November 2, 2010 on Response Records. The songs were co-written by Papa Mali and Robert Hunter. One of these songs, "King Cotton Blues", featured a duet by Papa Mali and Willie Nelson.

Scott Page is an American musician, technologist, and entrepreneur known for his saxophone and rhythm guitar work with Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto. Page is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music, in the Music Industry program. He continues to play live and as a session musician.

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