OZARK MOUNTAIN DAREDEVILS - NEW YORK 1974

April 18, 2013 – 1:28 pm

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OZARK MOUNTAIN DAREDEVILS
New York 1974 [no label, 1CD]

Live at Electric Lady Studios, 52 West 8th St, New York, NY; November 1974. Very good to excellent FM broadcast.

In December 1973, The Ozark Mountain Daredevils released their self-titled debut album, which introduced the band’s unique mixture of rock, country, bluegrass and pop to the world and is still the favorite of many of the group’s fans.

By October 1974, the group’s second album, It’ll Shine When It Shine, was out. The album also contained the group’s biggest hit, Jackie Blue. According to the wikipedia, they cut their tracks in the pre-Civil War house that served as their rehearsal space, with producers Glyn Johns and David Anderle working from a mobile recording truck parked outside. The homey makesift setup yielded a loose, organic vibe that invigorated material like Steve Cash’s tongue-in-cheek swamp-rocker E.E. Lawson.

Thanks to bluesdevil for sharing the tracks at Dime. Thanks also to ozrkreb and josenoruego for the artwork.

Known Glitches, noted by bluesdevil:
Some FM signal static. Only about 5 secs or so of actual music is impacted. I used the click/pop eliminator under noise reduction in Cool Edit but it didn’t do much good as the static sounds like it was in the FM signal, so I left it alone. With the exception of these glitches, this show has very good sound.

t01: At about :06 for about a sec. During intro - no impact on music.
t09: At about 1:14 for about a sec and a half.
t12: At about 3:16 for about 3 secs. and from about 3:31 to 3:42 there a few instances, although they occur during the recording studio announcer’s speaking part and not the music.

Source:
FM broadcast
Lineage:
Unknown gen. cassette > CDR > EAC > Cool Edit > CD WAV > FLAC

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Track 01. Intro/Chicken Train (6.9MB)
Track 02. You Made it Right (6.9MB)
Track 03. Valencia Road (6.4MB)
Track 04. Leatherwood (7.9MB)
Track 05. Spaceship Orion (4.7MB)
Track 06. Mountain Range (14.4MB)
Track 07. A Dollar’s Worth of Regular (4.5MB)
Track 08. Road to Glory (9.8MB)
Track 09. E.E. Lawson (7.6MB)
Track 10. Look Away (7.2MB)
Track 11. The Roadmaster (4.8MB)
Track 12. If You Wanna Get to Heaven (6.9MB)
Track 13. Nadine (announcer outro cuts off) (6.7MB)

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  1. 6 Responses to “OZARK MOUNTAIN DAREDEVILS - NEW YORK 1974”

  2. No Mention of the DANCING OUTLAW, Jesco White????

    By THE Russian Assassin on Apr 18, 2013

  3. russian assassin, i heartily recommend you download and listen to this show while reading chuck kinder`s excellent [and quite humorous] book “The Last Mountain Dancer”.
    you `ll sate your jesco jones there!

    By sluggo on Apr 18, 2013

  4. “A Dollar’s Worth of Regular”–clearly written at a time when that much gas would get you from the pump back to the street.

    By Innocent Bystander on Apr 18, 2013

  5. This is great stuff. What’s the dealio?

    By Timmy on Apr 18, 2013

  6. I claim to be the biggest fan of these over in the UK and after listening to this it has truly blown my mind like everything else and it’s hard to get anything by them over here. I’m abit confused wether I can purchase this from you or any other way I can?

    By Jack Murphy Barton on Jul 8, 2014

  7. Love it, don’t remember hearing this before….Big time Dares fan…..from the early 70s

    Thanks

    By Mike on Jul 9, 2014

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