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Various Artists - Texas International Pop Festival - Partial Sets Part 1, Vol. 12

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Scan submitted/created by [Christopher Hegle]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: No Label
Reference :
Date :1969
Made In :
Quality :soundboard
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 79:40

Comments
The Texas International Pop Festival was the first major rock festival in Texas. Held August 30 through September 1, 1969, at the Dallas International Speedway in Lewisville, the event was produced in part by Angus Wynne III of Wynne Entertainment. The Texas festival was held only two weeks after the legendary Woodstock festival in Woodstock, New York. It was unusual in the wide variety of musical acts it attracted and in its atmosphere. With a budget of only $120,000, the promoters booked twenty-six of the biggest names in blues, rock-and-roll, and psychedelic rock. Janis Joplin, Sam and Dave, Sly and the Family Stone, Santana, Canned Heat, the Grass Roots, B. B. King, Chicago Transit Authority, Tony Joe White, Spirit, Johnny Winter, Sweetwater, Ten Years After, Freddie King, and a virtually unknown British band, Led Zeppelin, all performed during the three-day festival. The musical acts were not paid much to perform; Led Zeppelin and Janis Joplin were paid the most—$10,000 each. Some major groups that wanted to perform could not get in to play. A band from Michigan, Grand Funk Railroad, was allowed to perform only after the members agreed to play free and pay their own expenses.

The festival was extensively advertised through radio and newspaper and was promoted at Woodstock. Consequently, music enthusiasts from all over the United States, and from numerous foreign countries, poured into Lewisville to pay the admission fee of $6.50 a day. Although the promoters anticipated a crowd of over 200,000, actual attendance for the three days was more like 120,000. The festival lost money, but was generally considered a success by those who attended. The promoters created a "carnival-like" atmosphere that featured booths catering to "flower-children." Astrologers, painters, artists, craftsmen, and leather workers; sellers of incense, T-shirts, jewelry, and candles; and food vendors all peddled their wares. Most who attended the festival camped on the adjacent 10,000-acre lakefront. At night, many of the performers joined the campers and played without charge. Initially, police and local authorities were concerned about drug usage and traffic problems on nearby Interstate 35. Although there were a few drug overdoses and problems associated with the intense heat, in general the festival ran very smoothly. The primary complaint from local residents was that the festival participants swam naked in Lake Lewisville.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Dallas Morning News, August 7, 29, 30, 31, 1969.

This is Disc 12 of a 13-disc set. The other discs, many of which are available already on the BZ, are as follows:
Disc 1 Chicago Transit Authority
Disc 2 James Cotton Blues Band
Disc 3 Janis Joplin
Disc 4 Rotary Connection
Disc 5 Santana
Disc 6 Led Zeppelin
Disc 7 Spirit
Disc 8 B.B. King
Disc 9 Johnny Winter
Disc 10 Ten Years After
Disc 11 Sly & The Family Stone
Disc 12 Partial Sets Part 1
Disc 13 Partial Sets Part 2

No sign of the appearance of the late, great Freddie King.

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Introduction(Grand Funk Railroad Section)
0:08
Concert intro/announcement
Version details available
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Grand Funk Railroad
Grand Funk Railroad, introduced as "Grand Funk Railway."
2.
Are You Ready(Farner)
3:42
Song
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Grand Funk Railroad
3.
Introduction(The Incredible String Band Section)
1:02
Concert intro/announcement
Concert
Lewisville, Texas Pop '69
30 Aug 1969
The Incredible String Band
Announcements, Introduction
4.
Waiting For You(Williams)
6:31
Song
Version details available
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
The Incredible String Band
Incredible String Band
5.
Black Jack Davy(Heron)
4:25
Song
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
The Incredible String Band
6.
I've Been Loving You Too Long(Redding/Butler)
10:44
Song
Version details available
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Unclassified
Sam & Dave
7.
May I, Please?(Hayes/Porter)
4:04
Song
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Unclassified
8.
Tangier(Hayes/Porter)
7:47
Song
Version details available
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Unclassified
Herbie Mann
9.
Improvisation(unknown)
7:12
Song
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Unclassified
10.
Introduction(Canned Heat Section)
1:42
Concert intro/announcement
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Canned Heat
intro, talking
11.
Bullfrog Blues(Traditional)
5:16
Song
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Canned Heat
12.
Rollin' And Tumblin'(Morganfield)
12:23
Song
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Canned Heat
13.
Introduction(Canned Heat Section)
3:08
Concert intro/announcement
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Canned Heat
Talk, tuning
14.
Blind Owl's Blues(Wilson)
9:28
Song
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Canned Heat
15.
Announcement(unknown)
2:00
Concert intro/announcement
Concert
Lewisville
30 Aug 1969
Canned Heat
Police Chief Adams' Speech
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: daleOn 25 May 2009 at 16:36 CEST
Interesting collection with so many music styles and excellent sound quality. It would be nice to here all this 'Texas stuff' in chronological order.

Alternative edition of 'Texas International Pop Festival' exist also.
Released by Oh Boy records (Luxemburg 1992?). Some of them (if not all) available also as vinyl.

1-1969 TEX 1 Led Zeppelin
1-1969 TEX 2 Ten Years After
1-1969 TEX 3 Sly and The Family Stone
1-1969 TEX 4 Janis Joplin
1-1969 TEX 5 The Rotary Connection
1-1969 TEX 6 Chicago Transit Authority
1-1969 TEX 7 Johnny Winter
1-1969 TEX 8 James Cotton Blues Band
1-1969 TEX 9 B.B. King
1-1969 TEX 10 Spirit
and TEXBOX CD1/2/3 Various Artists

Reference numbers above are for the CD's



There is lot of to do with this file itself.
Version: Concert
Sub-Version: Lewisville
Rec. Location: Dallas International Motor Speedway, Lewisville, TX

1) Track type should be 'Concert introduction/Announcement' instead of 'Song'.
2) Track type should be 'Song by another artist' instead of song because this is linked to Canned Heat, and this not Canned Heat track.
Composer should be only as Farner because of song encyclopedia.
3) Track type should be 'Concert introduction/Announcement' instead of 'Song', and should be linked into The Incredible String Band section
4) composed by Williamsom, and should be linked into The Incredible String Band section.
5) Track is Black Jack David composed by Heron, and once again to The Incredible String Band section.
6) Butler/Redding song by another artist. Needs Sam & Dave in comments for song encyclopedia.
7) Composed by Hayes/Porter track type Song by another artist
8) Song by another artist
9) song by another artist. Needs Herbie Mann in comment for song encyclopedia
10) Track type could be Concert introduction/Announcement
11) composed by Harris
12) This seems to be O.K.
13) Track type could be Other
14) Wilson
15) Track type could be Other

List above is not complete but almost. I made it quickly while I was listening this Cd.


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Filename: partialset1
Originally filled by: Christopher Hegle
Date of creation: 10 Aug 2008 18:39:42
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 31 Aug 2013 09:01:52
Online on : 17 Jan 2012
Type of media: Bootleg CD-R
Texas International Pop Festival
JAMES COTTON - TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
JOHNNY WINTER - TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL VOLUME 9
ROTARY CONNECTION - TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL
TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL - PARTIAL SETS PART 1, VOL. 12
VARIOUS ARTISTS - TEXAS INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL VOLUME 13


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