Pure Jerry: Bay Area 1978
Pure Jerry: Bay Area 1978 by Jerry Garcia Family at My Promo Pool. SKU: JUL11D04-42393. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This release, the ninth in the Pure Jerry series, delivers a front row ticket to 4 unforgettable shows with the Jerry Garcia Band in 1978. The 2-disc compilation features amazing performances from Marin Vets, Santa Cruz Civic, Keystone Berkeley and Keystone Palo Alto.
Jerry is joined on the road with John Kahn on bass, Buzz Buchanan on drums, Keith Godchaux on piano, Donna Godchaux and Maria Muldaur on vocals. The tracklist stretches from Motown to McCartney, and it's loaded with magical
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