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Disc One :
JOHN CIPOLLINA & BARRY MELTON - UNKNOWN JAM 1977. (Home Recording)
1. Jam #1
2. Jam #2
3. Blues Jam
QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - DIFFERENT MIX ACETATE, LIVE LONG VERSION,
ORIGINALLY SET FOR THE FIRST ALBUM AND NEVER RELEASED ! (SBD)
ALEX TAYLOR - DEMO RECORDED AT WALLY HEIDER STUDIOS, SAN FRANCISCO, CA. 1975,
featuring JOHN CIPOLLINA ON SLIDE AND ACOUSTIC GUITARS. (SBD)
5. Live On Rock 'n' Roll
BLUE HAZELHURST - DEMOS RECORDED AT THE FUNKY FEATURES, SAN FRANCISCO, CA. 1978,
featuring JOHN CIPOLLINA AND GREG DOUGLASS ON GUITARS. (SBD)
6. Your Letter
7. Midnight > That Old Train
JOHN CIPOLLINA, BARRY MELTON, NICKY HOPKINS, ANDY KIRBY, HUTCH HUTCHINSON -
4 TRACKS RECORDED AT F.U.R. STUDIOS. (SBD)
9. Want To Live
10. Leave You
JOHN CIPOLLINA, NICK GRAVENITES & ROGER TROY - DEMOS 1978. (SBD)
12. Somebody Had To Die
13. Beat This Love
14. What Is That Little One Thing
MISTERY TREND - DEMOS 1970 featuring JOHN CIPOLLINA (SBD)
16. Be Your Man take 1
17. Instrumental take 1
18. Instrumental take 2
19. Be Your Man take 2
Disc Two :
JOHN CIPOLLINA (as himself) and FABIO (as myself) - MILL VALLEY'S HOME RECORDINGS, JOHN
CIPOLLINA'S HOUSE, MILL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, AUGUST 28 & 29 1980......This jam took place
between 11:00 pm and 6:00 am.
1. Who Do You Love take 1 (august 28) *
2. Chat & Tuning (august 28)
3. The Pusher take 1 (august 28) +
4. Phone Call > The Pusher take 5 (acid version) (august 29) +
5. Who Do You Love take 9 (acid version) (august 29) *
6. Blues Instrumental (august 29) *
* John Cipollina - lead guitar, lead vocals.
Fabio - rhythm guitar, background vocals
+ John Cipollina - lead guitar
Fabio - rhythm guitar, lead vocals.
Those tracks are taken from a two hours tapes we recorded....we used two little marshall 1 watt amplifiers with gibson and carvin guitars.......sorry folks if you have to support me singing and playing with John, but i decided to share this to demonstrate how John could be amazing with just a guitar in his hands and me backing...this is one of my best memories i have with John, and then, you know, playing with the man is one of the higlights of my unprofessional carrer as a player and singer (another one was when i played with my band at the local atlantic 40 years anniversary). Last thing is the situation in the house that night..... John and myself were playing pretty drunk and smoked, Greg Douglass was watching, Mark Neilsen (Kingfish drummer) was sleeping on the couch, Novato Frank doin'....you can imagine, and a bunch of girls were hangin' around in the house, pretty devasteted......And i almost forgot, in those 2 night i had the chance to play the guitar that Link Wray gave to John as a gift....