Maria Muldaur & Her Red Hot Bluesiana Band
FOB: Nakamichi CM-300 CP-1’s >Sony TC-D5M
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(Recorded, Transferred, FLAC’d & Tagged By OldNeumanntapr)
Recorded 15ft In Front Of Right PA Stack.
(Sound Forge Pro, iZotope Post Production / EQ By Dennis Orr)
01. I’m A Woman
02. I Want A Real Man
03. Brickyard Blues
04. Creole Eyes
05. Cajun Moon
06. Louisiana Love Call*
07. //New Orleans
08. Please Send Me Someone To Love
09. Without A Friend Like You
10. Midnight At The Oasis
11. Band Intros
12. Second Line
13. Power Of Music
14. Don’t You Feel My Leg
Maria Muldaur - Vocals
John R. Burr - Keyboards
Luther Ro - Bass
Ian Hoffman - Drums
John Woodhan - Guitar
Country Joe McDonald Opened,
New Riders Of The Purple Sage Headlined
This was one of the first shows at Pozo that I went to, back when the ‘stage’ was nothing more than the pack porch of the saloon. The Pozo Saloon is a 100+ year old former stage coach stop, located out in the county, north east of San Luis Obispo, CA., about 20 miles from the main highway. They hold concerts there in the field behind the saloon regularly.
In later years the owners of the Pozo Saloon would build an elaborate stage further back in the pasture and thus be able to bring in larger acts with more people and eliminate the blocked sight lines caused from the various tall trees directly behind the saloon. But in the early 90's the stage was nothing more than the Saloon's back porch. There were a lot of trees out back that obscured site lines to the 'stage', unless you were close up. This particular show was on a Sunday morning. I think it was a much more intimate setting in the old days.
Because the Pozo Saloon is out in the middle of nowhere, supposedly when Bruce Springsteen needed a remote location midway between the bay area and San Diego to meet with Clarence Clemons, he decided Pozo was the place. Apparently No one even recognized them!
I had my recording equipment hidden in a back pack at the foot of my lawn chair. We were in the front row, not too far from the right PA stack. Being that it was broad daylight, it was hard to hide the microphones so I had them low in the backpack in front of the speakers with just the capsules protruding. Thanks to Dennis Orr for the Sound Forge / iZotope / EQ Post Production.
Do NOT Convert To MP3.
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