Concert Vault

The Sounds of Marin County

By: Roger from Oz

26 songs / 2:26:55

  1. 1 Jefferson Starship / Find Your Way Back 06:10
  2. 2 The Sons of Champlin / There Goes Your All Night 03:24
  3. 3 Quicksilver Messenger Service / Pride Of Man 04:16
  4. 4 America / Tin Man 03:31
  5. 5 Huey Lewis & the News / Do You Believe In Love 04:11
  6. 6 Clover / Child Of The Streets 04:28
  7. 7 Mike Bloomfield / Sweet Little Angel / Jelly, Jelly 11:04
  8. 8 Van Morrison / Snow In San Anselmo 04:56
  9. 9 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young / Guinnevere 06:22
  10. 10 Grateful Dead / China Cat Sunflower 05:14
  11. 11 The Sons of Champlin / It's Time 05:54
  12. 12 Soundhole / Work To Do 04:43
  13. 13 Jefferson Starship / Play On Love 05:00
  14. 14 Quicksilver Messenger Service / Fresh Air 05:43
  15. 15 Santana / Europa 06:23
  16. 16 Electric Flag / Drivin' Wheel 08:04
  17. 17 Janis Joplin / As Good As You've Been To This World 03:12
  18. 18 Bonnie Raitt / Thing Called Love 03:59
  19. 19 Maria Muldaur / Sad Eyes 05:27
  20. 20 Jesse Colin Young / Ridgetop 08:46
  21. 21 The Rowan Brothers / Mama Don't You Cry 04:27
  22. 22 Grateful Dead / Wharf Rat 13:34
  23. 23 Van Morrison / Streets Of Arklow 05:13
  24. 24 David Crosby / Long Time Gone 05:59
  25. 25 Huey Lewis & the News / Don't Make Me Do It 03:05
  26. 26 Sammy Hagar / Rock 'n' Roll Weekend 03:50
Description
Like Laurel Canyon in LA, Marin County was the Bay Area retreat for local musicians tired of the bustling big city. Natives and transplants alike found peace amongst towering redwood trees and scenic panoramas across the Golden Gate, an environment which often influenced the music they were creating. Bill Graham himself was a longtime resident, and to this day Marin is home to many of the Bay's most popular artists, some of who can be heard here alongside their erstwhile neighbors.

Like Laurel Canyon in LA, Marin County was the Bay Area retreat for local musicians tired of the bustling big city. Natives and transplants alike found peace amongst towering redwood trees and scenic panoramas across the Golden Gate, an environment which often influenced the music they were creating.

Bill Graham himself was a longtime resident, and to this day Marin is home to many of the Bay's most popular artists, some of who can be heard here alongside their erstwhile neighbors.