Welcome to another edition of Hallucinogenic Recipe! Patrick and Brian are back and invite guest and Patreon Dan Leehr into the conversation to talk about the background of the Orpheum Theater’s release on both bootleg and video. This is a fascinating conversation, Dan was vital in the digitizing process of the video you’ve mostly likely seen on YouTube. He’ll talk about how he got access to this show and the whole process of putting it together. If you ever wanted to know how the sausage was made in the bootlegging world, this is fantastic insight!
Hello Patrons! Patrick and Brian are back with another episode of their elusive recipe. In this one they are going to discuss the popular bootleg compilations that had widespread distribution back in the 90s – No Fucking Messiah and Pearls of Wisdom. Check it out as they share their memories of collecting, finding and paying for these comps! *Note: we had some audio issues during recording, some parts were incredibly difficult to salvage and I did my best to boost it as much as I could. You may have to listen a little harder in spots, but it’s not for an extended period of time.
For our second installment of Hallucinogenic Recipe, join Patrick and Brian and they’ll talk about one of the earliest shows they discovered on bootleg – Zurich 1992. Such an important show from the aspect of learning about this band’s origins. While not the only show to have the Mamasan played in June of that year, it tells the story of how Ed received the tape and essentially wrote the mini-opera that became Pearl Jam’s first three songs. They’ll discuss how important learning that was as a fan, but also intricate aspects of the bootlegs’ production such as versions that didn’t have the whole show, and versions that incorrectly labeled Footsteps and Leash. They’ll also go into an in-depth discussion of Porch from this show, one of the best renditions you’ll hear. Have an idea for the next episode topic? Want to be on the show to talk about your bootleg trading/taping experience? Comment down below!
Welcome to a brand new Live On 4 Legs mini-series that will be taking an in-depth look into the culture of the early tape trading and collecting days of Pearl Jam fandom. Join hosts Patrick Boegel and Brian Horwitz as they discuss everything from hunting for bootlegs to taping shows on the radio and beyond. The first episode will be an introduction to what the bootleg scene was like in the early 90’s. They’ll discuss how difficult it was to get your hands on tapes and getting your foot in the door into the trader community.