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Name:Bobby & The Midnites (1981) Bob Weir 2004 Re Master FLAWL3SS

Total Size: 94.81 MB

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Torrent added: 2008-08-09 00:36:27

Torrent Files List

00. Bobby & The Midnites - Bobby & The Midnites.m3u (Size: 94.81 MB) (Files: 19)

 00. Bobby & The Midnites - Bobby & The Midnites.m3u

1.43 KB

 00. Bobby & The Midnites - Bobby & The Midnites.nfo

1.99 KB

 01- Bob Weir - Haze.mp3

11.88 MB

 02- Bob Weir - Too Many Losers.mp3

8.80 MB

 03- Bob Weir - Far Away.mp3

8.27 MB

 04- Bob Weir - Book Of Rules.mp3

8.15 MB

 05- Bob Weir - Me, Without You.mp3

7.49 MB

 06- Bob Weir - Josephine.mp3

14.15 MB

 07- Bob Weir - (I Want To) Fly Away.mp3

9.09 MB

 08- Bob Weir - Carry Me.mp3

10.30 MB

 09- Bob Weir - Festival.mp3

11.54 MB

 Band Picture.jpg

25.66 KB

 Cover (Smoother).jpg

2.97 MB

 Cover scan.jpg

320.99 KB

 How To Find Us.jpg

203.25 KB


9.33 KB

 Inlay Scan.jpg

1.56 MB

 Release lounge.jpg

69.16 KB


0.05 KB

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Torrent description

Bobby & The Midnites (1981) [Bob Weir] [2004 Re-Master] FLAWL3SS

Since I have yet to see anyone release a quality rip of this classic, I have decided to bring it your way!

Bobby and the Midnites was a rock group led by Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead. The band was Weir's main side project during the first half of the 1980s. They released two albums, but were better known for their live concerts than for their work in the recording studio. With a rhythm section that included jazz veterans Billy Cobham and, for a time, Alphonso Johnson, Bobby and the Midnites played rock music that was influenced by jazz-rock fusion.

History of the Band

In 1978, Bob Weir had led a side project called the Bob Weir Band that played a number of concerts. Besides Weir himself, two members of the Bob Weir Band were in Bobby and the Midnites. One was guitarist and singer Bobby Cochran, formerly of Steppenwolf. The other was keyboardist and singer Brent Mydland, who in the interim had joined the Grateful Dead. Matthew Kelly was another "Midnite" who had already played in a band with Weir — Kingfish, which Kelly and Dave Torbert had founded in 1973, and which Weir had played in full time from 1974 to 1976. Kelly played guitar, harmonica, and congas. Tim Bogert, who had previously been in Vanilla Fudge and Beck, Bogert & Appice, was recruited to play bass guitar. The Midnites' drummer was Billy Cobham, a highly regarded jazz and fusion musician who had played with Miles Davis and the Mahavishnu Orchestra, among others.

The first Bobby and the Midnites concert was at the Golden Bear, in Huntington Beach, California, on June 30, 1980. The band played a number of live dates from mid-1980 to early 1981. Then Alphonso Johnson replaced Bogert on bass. Johnson had been in Weather Report, and had played with Cobham in the CBS All-Stars. This slightly revised configuration of Bobby and the Midnites recorded the band's self-titled first album.

The Midnites did not play live again until the following year. Brent Mydland and Matthew Kelly had left the lineup, and Dave Garland had joined. Garland sang and played keyboards and saxophone. Starting in January 1982, this group toured extensively when the Grateful Dead were not on the road. A 60 minute concert video of this Midnites lineup was released on VHS in 1991.

In March 1983, the band had its final change of personnel, when Kenny Gradney, formerly of Little Feat, replaced Johnson on bass. The band continued touring, playing many live dates, and in 1984 released a second studio album. The last Bobby and the Midnites concert was at the Rio, in Valley Stream, New York, on September 30, 1984.

After Bobby and the Midnites, Bob Weir's next non-Grateful Dead musical appearances were with Kingfish, sitting in on a number of concerts in 1984 and again in 1986. Weir also played several solo acoustic shows in 1985.

Bobby & The Midnites - Bobby & The Midnites

Artist...............: Bobby & The Midnites
Album................: Bobby & The Midnites
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1981
Ripper...............: Nero 8 Ultimate & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: LAME 3.96
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3

Ripped by............: Warlordhunter of FLAWL3SS RG on 8/8/2008
Posted by............: Warlordhunter of FLAWL3SS RG on 8/8/2008
News Server..........: none
News Group(s)........: none

Included.............: NFO, M3U
Covers...............: Front Back


1. (00:05:11) Bobby & The Midnites - Haze
2. (00:03:50) Bobby & The Midnites - Too Many Losers
3. (00:03:36) Bobby & The Midnites - Far Away
4. (00:03:33) Bobby & The Midnites - Book Of Rules
5. (00:03:16) Bobby & The Midnites - Me, Without You
6. (00:06:11) Bobby & The Midnites - Josephine
7. (00:03:58) Bobby & The Midnites - (I Want To) Fly Away
8. (00:04:30) Bobby & The Midnites - Carry Me
9. (00:05:02) Bobby & The Midnites - Festival

Playing Time.........: 00:39:08
Total Size...........: 89.67 MB

NFO generated on.....: 8/8/2008 2:51:31 PM

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