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Catalog of Bootleg, Archived Recordings
Jalapeno Brothers, 1986-2001, on CD

Sept. 11, 1998
Live Broadcast/Interview WWPV FM
Staged at St. Edmond's Hall
St. Michael's College, Colchester, VT
All acoustic performance

September 9, 1989
Recorded at Sam's Burlington, VT

Rainy Day Rag
Third Week In Chelsea
Embryonic Journey
Hesitation Blues
Good Shepherd
Death Don't Have No Mercy
I'll be alright
Babe it aint no lie
Light Of This World
Winin' Boy Blues
Water Song
Candy Man
Babe I want you to know
How Long Blues
Keep on truckin'
Search My heart
That'll never happen no more

December 8, 1990
Memorial Auditorium- Burlington, VT
Opening for electric HOT TUNA

March 17, 1990
Hungarian West International Blues Festival
Szombathley, Hungary
Jalapeno Brothers headline
Acoustic performance with interview translated from English into Hungarian

March 9, 1991
The Front- Burlington, VT
Acoustic/electric
(1st set)
Hesitation Blues
South Bound
San Francisco Bay Blues
Rider
Uncle Sam Blues
Cumberland Blues
Going down the road
Smoke that cigarette
Key to the Highway

October 22, 1990
The Front- Burlington, VT
Opening for Taj Mahal (early show)
San Francisco Bay blues
South Bound
Rider
That'll Never happen no more
Smoke that cigarette
Bad Whiskey
Amsterdam

October 22, 1990
The Front- Burlington, VT
Opening for Taj Mahal (late show)
South Bound
Uncle Sam Blues
That'll never happen no more
Smoke that cigarette
Bad Whiskey
Amsterdam

April 20, 1990
The Four Legged Duck
South Royalton, VT
Opening for John Hammond, Jr. (early show)

April 20, 1990
The Four Legged Duck
South Royalton, VT
Opening for John Hammond, Jr. (late show)


March 9, 1991
The Front- Burlington, VT

Come back baby
Salty dog- glendale train- henry
Friend of the devil
Tangled up in blue

May 18, 1991
Laboca- Middletown, CT
Acoustic/electric

January 14, 1992
"What's New" WIZN- 106.7 FM, Burlington, VT
Live Broadcast/Interview
Featuring excerpts from the new album Ride The Blinds

September 5, 1992
Stowe Mountain Performing Arts Ceter, Stowe, VT
Opening for Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Outlaws, Delbert Mclinton, Toy Caldwell
Long Time Ago
Orange Blossom Soecial
Takes My Place
Easy Life
Thrill is Gone

July 16, 1996
Southern Summer Tour
Clydes- Columbia, S.C.

March 20, 1999
Emerald City- Montpelier, VT
With Vassar Clements, Buddy Cage, Gordon Stone
Sets 1 and 2

July 11, 1996
Summer Southern Tour
Somewhere else- Greensoboro- N.C.
Easy Life Statesboro Blues Aint Doin' too bad

July 12, 1996
Summer Southern Tour
Somewhere else- Greensboro, NC
John's blues song
Thrill is gone
That's what love will make you do
Coral Bay
Nowhere Home
Aint doin' too bad

Winter 1996
Sugarbush Resort- Warren, VT
With JOHN FISHMAN

March 21, 1999
Matterhorn- Stowe, VT
With Vassar Clements, Mike Gordon, Buddy Cage
(sets 1 and 2)

April 9, 1999
Higher Ground- Winooski, VT
Solo/acoustic
Opening for HOT TUNA

On Cassette:

Winter 1990
Homes for the Holidays, recorded at Eclipse/Jet Sound- S. Burlington, VT
Appeared on compilation album with PHISH and other area bands, to benefit COTS (Burlington's Committee on Temporary Shelter). Redcorded a version of "Amsterdam," an even better mix than what was later used on the album Ride The Blinds (1991)
Produced by Joe Egan, Barry O'Dority.

January 22, 1991
Windsor, VT- Live broadcast/interview recorded in the studio of Vermont Public Radiov
Featured excerpts from Ride the Blinds, discussed recent European Tour.

January 14, 1992
"What's New," WIZN- 106.7 FM (Burlington, VT)
Interview with featured tracks from Ride the Blinds just prior to "Amsterdam" getting into heavy rotation, becoming the most frequently requested song on that station. We had a bona fide hit!

Sometime in 1994 and October 1996
Two demo versions of "Breakfast in Bed." The first was an out take intended for release on Ride The Blinds. It was later released on Best of the Green Mt. Blues, Vol. III (1998). The later version was intended for use on Capsicum. It was recorded in C#m and never used for anything other than a rehersal tape to teach the band the new arrangement.

Approximately 1994 (seeking exact date)
K.D. Churchill's- Burlington, VT
Opening for Taj Mahal, early and late shows

July 11, 1996
Somewhere else- Greensboro, NC
Summer Southern Tour

July 12, 1996
Somewhere Else- Greensboro, NC
Summer Southern Tour

July 16, 1996
Clyde's- Columbia, SC

January 1997
Chris Tefner's Home Studio
New material to be used as demo for band rehearsal for "Baked in the Sun" Tour 1997.
Leaving Meghan
Coral Bay (first ever recorded version)
Sign of the Times
Breakfast in Bed (new arrangement in C#m)

May 23, 1997
KD Churchills- Burlington, VT

July 27, 1997
Hardwick Music Festival
Appearing with members of Smokin' Grass

January 1997
Chris Tefner's home studio
Demo version of "Capsaicin." Track never released. Used to teach band the arrangement. Song was only played live six time during "Baked in the Sun" Tour 1997.

January 18, 1998
Higher Ground- Winooski, VT
Opening for Vassar Clements and Buddy Cage with Stir Fried. First apearance with Vassar and Buddy.

January 17, 1999
Pre-recorded to air on the Grateful Dead Hour. Interviewed by Dave Marcial. Glen, Vassar, and Buddy promote their first tour together. Vassar talks about the early days, hanging out with Garcia.

January 21, 1999
Mad Mt. Tavern- Waitsfield, VT
With Vassar and Buddy Cage (2 sets)

January 23 1999
Emerald City- Montpelier, VT
With Vassar Clements, Buddy Cage, and Gordon Stone (2 sets)

January 24, 1999
Red Square- Burlington, VT
With Vassar Clements, Mike Gordon, and Buddy Cage

March 20, 1999
Emerald City- Montpelier, VT
With Vassar Clements, Buddy Cage