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Camp Winnarainbow Benefit,
Wheeler Auditorium, Berkeley, CA;
March 18, 1983




Wavy Gravy (Hugh Romney) founded Camp Winnarainbow, a summer camp for kids, in Mendocino County in 1974. See www.campwinnarainbow.org

This was one of what seems to be an ongoing series of benefits for Wavy Gravy's Camp Winnarainbow. I was there; my D5 was used to record the show. I borrowed the masters afterwards and made this 1st gen recording.

Wooga Wooga. Hippies.

Source: Master Tape -> Tandberg TD-20A -> Maxell UD 35-180B open reel tape (3 3/4 ips)
Lineage: My Master Reel -> Tandberg TD-20A -> E-MU 0404|USB -> Audacity 1.3.9 @ 44.1KHz/16b -> CD Wave -> FLAC 7

Sound quality of NB's set starts off great then degrades. Some warbling and speed issues here and there through Amagamalin Street.

Set 1:

Norton Buffalo - harmonica, vocals
Michael Hinton - acoustic guitar
Johnny "V" Vernazza - acoustic guitar
Bob Russell - vocals (last song only)
Johnny Brooks -

1. 5:13 Summit Boogie
2. 2:35 The Jamboree
3. 7:16 Come On In To My Kitchen
4. 4:37 Leave My Broken Heart Behind (?)
5. 2:41
6. 4:38 Chello(?)
7. 6:34 Whadaya do when your world starts fallin' in on you?
8. 4:29
9. 3:07 Jacked-up Drunk
10. 3:15 I'm Takin' Chances

Set 2:

Robert Hunter - (generally out of tune despite his best efforts) Acoustic Guitar, vocals, harmonica

11. 2:46 ...Amagamalin Street
12. 4:11 Candyman
13. 4:18 One Thing to Try
14. 5:48 Slack String Quartet
15. 9:09 Terrapin Station
16. 2:37 Passing Through ->
17. 3:45 Ripple

18. 0:50 "The 80s are the 60s 20 years later" - Wavy Gravy

19. 1:46 Boys in the Barroom (encore, a capella)

<break with camp slides>

Note - the set below is up at archive.org at http://www.archive.org/details/cipollina1983-03-18.flac16, but this is a much lower generation recording and sounds MUCH better; I'll post it up there as well

Set 3:

Nick Gravenites & John Cipollina (and Norton Buffalo - RIP - for first 3 songs)

Nick - acoustic guitar, vocals
John - electric guitar, vocals
Norton - harmonica (first 3 songs only)

20. 2:03 Intro
21. 5:17 Trouble In Mind
22. 5:13 Why-O
23. 3:01 8 Day Clock
24. 1:04 "I died in Sweden, 4 or 5 years ago....John died too"
25. 4:04 Mama Lion
26. 1:57 "The Sweatbox Lounge" aka the Fresno Saloon, San Francisco
27. 4:00 Herpes Blues
28. 5:25 Run out of West
29. 5:01 Six Weeks in Reno
30. 0:52 "We played for 2 hours backstage. Boy were we good then!"
31. 5:47 Down in the Bottom
32. 1:57 "OK You Hippies, Clean Up and Clear Out"

Some really great tunes in these sets, many songs that have somehow stayed with me all these decades way back in the distant, swiss-cheese recesses of my mind.

Enjoy!

https://tinyurl.com/yyewaf3t

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