Volunteer Jam 5
January 13, 1979
10.5 Inch Reel to Reel Master @ 7.5 IPS
From The JEMS Archive
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The Charlie Daniels Band
Lynyrd Skynyrd with
The Henry Paul Band
1 KISW / KBFH Intro
(ad edit at 00:01:33:16)
2 C.D.B. Trudy
3 C.D.B. Long Haired Country Boy
4 C.D.B. Reflections
5 C.D.B. Caballo Diablo
(ad edit at 00:23:37:15)
6 Dobie Gray Drift Away
7 H.P.B. Grey Ghost
(ad edit at 00:37:19:22)
8 Judy Van Zant & Teresa Gaines Lynyrd Skynyrd Intro
9 C.D.B & Skynyrd Call Me The Breeze
10 C.D.B. & Skynyrd Freebird
11 Carl Perkins Blue Suede Shoes
12 Everybody The South's Gonna Do It Again
13 Goodnight And Thanks KBFH Outro
14 KISW Seattle ID
Volunteer Jam V was held at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, TN.
This Jam marked the return of Lynyrd Skynyrd to the stage for the first time since the '77 plane crash,
and the CDB gave the first live performance of a song that would catapult the band to superstardom,
"The Devil Went Down to Georgia." Special guests also included Toy Caldwell and George McCorkle from the Marshall Tucker Band,
Dobie Gray, The Winters Brothers Band, The Henry Paul Band, Link Wray, John Prine, and Carl Perkins
And here is a great website about this show and more
Late last month, JEMS lost a second founding member, the great Stan Gutoski.
Stan recorded hundreds of shows in and around the Seattle area starting in 1972 and kept taping over five decades.
He was famous for recording shows on a Tandberg full-track mono reel to reel, and his masters of Led Zeppelin,
Bruce Springsteen, The Who, David Bowie, CSNY and Joni Mitchell are some of the best '70s recordings of those artists.
What is less widely known about Stan is that he was equally committed to recording radio broadcasts on his home reel to reel which was a Revox B77.
If any local Seattle station was broadcasting a live concert or carrying a syndicated concert series, Stan fired up the recorder,
sometimes going to sleep with an alarm to wake him up to flip the tape (his job in the postal service required him to report to work very early).
He also set up a timer system to record broadcasts when he couldn't be there to start the deck.
Stan made over 200 radio recordings, some on 10" reels that are packed with music and interviews.
Those reels were sitting idle in the JEMS Archive for years until our friends at KRW_CO volunteered to transfer them.
We were only too happy to let a team whose work we admire take possession of the radio reels and bring Stan's tireless late-night efforts into the digital age.
BK for JEMS
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