Wednesday, January 2, 2008

CPR Live On E-Town

CPR: Crosby, Pevar & Raymond

CPR is a five-piece rock band established in 1997. David Crosby, Jeff Pevar and James Raymond are the namesakes of CPR. The trio has an amazing collective musical history. David Crosby is a legend having created or been a part of some of the most memorable music from the 60's and 70's. Jeff Pevar is a versatile guitarist well versed in rock, jazz and the blues. He has played on numerous projects and has worked with Jackson Browne, Ray Charles, Laura Nyro and James Taylor to name just a few of many. James Raymond is a musical director and well-respected keyboardist who has also worked with a variety of artists. CPR first toured as a band in early 1997.

I taped this from WRNR 103.1 FM Annapolis, MD on the 3rd of March 2000. It starts abruptly, as I probably stumbled on the show and grabbed a blank tape and started taping. As with most of my WRNR tapes it is recorded in mono due to the weakness of the radio station's signal. It's only about 20 minutes, but still sounds good and a real hard to find tid bit from CPR.

01 Morrison
02 Little Blind Fish
03 Babble
04 One For Every Moment
05 It's All Coming Back
06 CPR Outro

15Mb, WMA, 21 Minutes


Anonymous said...

I got a kick out of the CPR on "E Town" show you
posted on the blog. I used to record "E Town" back in
the early 2000's and recall hearing that show when it
was broadcast. A public radiostation about 60 miles
from my house carried the show each week and since
their tower was so far away the signal was pretty
weak. I could record it in mono but sometimes the
signal would drift off in mid show. I still have a
bunch of "e town" shows I recorded on cassettes back
then: Susan Tedeshi, Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, etc. One
week Taj did a show with his Phantom Blues Band and
their performance absolutely blew away the 'live'
album they released around that same time. Taj kicked
off the "e town" show by doing a stomping version of
the old Otis Redding song "Mr. Pitfull" and then dove
right into the song "think". I'm not sure how many
stations around the country carry the "e town" show
(our local NPR station won't carry it, I asked them),
but it's something more folks should check out.


Camarillo Brillo said...

Thanks for checking in Bob...Yeah, E Town and Live From Mountain stage are tuff to get on the radio feedback!
Thank you.

Anonymous said...

After doing some googling on Joe Ely, I found where you had uploaded some ACL shows of his. I downloaded the wma files and they sound great. I would really like to find a video copy of those two shows either on VHS or DVD, really doesn't matter. I'm a huge fan of his guitar player David Grissom. Do you know where to find a copy? They havent released any of his stuff on the New West material yet.

Camarillo Brillo said...

Wish I could help ya out ktgeetar74....David Grissom is bad to the bone for sure.
Thanks for stopping by!

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