October 10, 1992
"ALL OUR COLORS" benefit
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, California, USA

This audio is a rework of the soundboard audio seeded here previously with a few splices from the video source's audio. A lot of static noise problems were also removed manually. It's mostly excellent soundboard quality during the music though there are some minor mix problem spots in the talking between songs.

01 [07:06] Bill Graham pre-recorded Intro > Peace On Earth > Mother Earth >
02 [10:48] Somewhere In Heaven
03 [04:24] Viva La Vida (Life Is For Living)
04 [04:48] Savor >
05 [05:09] percussion
06 [06:17] Ry Cooder intro > The Healer
07 [00:47] Steve Miller intro
08 [06:30] All Your Love [Steve Miller vocals]
09 [08:52] Sacred Fire [later this track was called Harmonious Convergence]
10 [07:51] Why Can't We Live Together? >
11 [15:47] Exodus >
12 [01:16] final thanks / performers and Native Americans exit stage
total: 79:35

Carlos Santana
Walfredo de los Reyes
Myron Dove
Raul Rekow
Karl Perazzo
Alex Ligertwood
Chester "CT" Thompson
Jorge Santana [on tracks 1 > 3 and 10 > 11]
Ry Cooder [on tracks 6 > 12]
Steve Miller on [on tracks 7 > 11]
Norton Buffalo [on tracks 11 > 11]
Native Americans [on tracks 11]

> Pro Tools (some short splices from audio track on the VHS tape, manual static cleanup, normalization and tracking) > AIFF > xACT (flac level 8 files with sector boundaries verified).

Primary audio source: unknown lineage soundboard recording from Flac Dime torrent.
Secondary audio: 1st gen. VHS tape from in-house pro-shot source > Sony WV-DR7 > Sony DVMC-DA2 Media Converter > Apple Macintosh Final Cut Pro (minor "nip and tuck" edits) > Pro Tools, etc. as above.

info about this show from web searches:
"This was a benefit for the Traditional Circle Of Elders and Youth and was in 'celebration' of 500 years of resistance the native folks have been living since Columbus landed on our continent in 1492."

Oct. 10: All Our Colors - The Good Road Concert
Santana, Jackson Browne, Mickey Hart & Friends, John Lee Hooker, John Trudell, White Boy and the Wagon Burners, and Red Thunder
Shoreline Amphitheatre at 2 PM.

Notes: Steve Miller Band was apparently a late addition. Santana with Ry Cooder, Steve Miller and Norton Buffalo make this a very unique performance. This set has also been seeded as a DVD video with this audio in Dolby Digital-AC3 format.

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