Saturday, September 4, 2021

Bob Weir - Box Of Bob (8x CD's)



Bob Weir - Box Of Bob (8x CD's)

Bob Weir - Robert Hall Weir, born October 16, 1947, is an American musician and songwriter best known as a founding member of the rock band Grateful Dead. After the Grateful Dead disbanded in 1995, Weir performed with The Other Ones, later known as The Dead, together with other former members of the Grateful Dead. Weir also founded and played in several other bands during and after his career with the Grateful Dead, including Kingfish, the Bob Weir Band, Bobby and the Midnites, Scaring the Children, RatDog, and Furthur, which he co-led with former Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh. In 2015, Weir, along with former Grateful Dead members Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, joined with Grammy-winning singer/guitarist John Mayer, bassist Oteil Burbridge, and keyboardist Jeff Chimenti to form the band Dead & Company. The band remains active.

During his career with the Grateful Dead, Weir played mostly rhythm guitar and sang many of the band's rock-n-roll and country & western songs. In 1994, he was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Grateful Dead. 

Weir was born in San Francisco, California, to John (Jack) Parber and a fellow college student, who later gave him up for adoption; he was raised by his adoptive parents, Frederic Utter and Eleanor Cramer Weir, in the suburb of Atherton. He began playing guitar at age thirteen after less successful experimentation with the piano and the trumpet. He had trouble in school because of undiagnosed dyslexia and he was expelled from nearly every school he attended, including Menlo School in Atherton and Fountain Valley School in Colorado, where he met future Grateful Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow.  On New Year's Eve 1963, 16-year-old Weir and an underage friend were wandering the back alleys of Palo Alto, looking for a club that would admit them, when they heard banjo music. They followed the music to its source, Dana Morgan's Music Store. Here, a young Jerry Garcia, oblivious to the date, was waiting for his students to arrive. Weir and Garcia spent the night playing music together and then decided to form a band. The Beatles significantly influenced their musical direction. "The Beatles were why we turned from a jug band into a rock 'n' roll band," said Bob Weir. "What we saw them doing was impossibly attractive. I couldn't think of anything else more worth doing." Originally called Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions, the band was later renamed The Warlocks and eventually the Grateful Dead.

Included in The BOX of BOB are the following albums.

Bob Weir

Ace [1972]

Weir Here, The Best of Bob Weir [2004]

Blue Mountain [2016]


Kingfish [1976]

Kingfish in Concert, King Biscuit Flower Hour [1996]

Bobby and the Midnites

Bobby and the Midnites [1981]

Where the Beat Meets the Street [1984]


Evening Moods [2000]


Pt. 1      Pt. 2


Track lists 

Ace [1972]

01 Bob Weir Greatest Story Ever Told 3:42

02 Bob Weir Black-Throated Wind 5:42

03 Bob Weir Walk In The Sunshine 3:04

04 Bob Weir Playing In The Band 7:37

05 Bob Weir Looks Like Rain 6:10

06 Bob Weir Mexicali Blues 3:27

07 Bob Weir One More Saturday Night 4:30

08 Bob Weir Cassidy 3:42

Weir Here, The Best of Bob Weir [2004] CD1

01 Bob Weir Cassidy 3:42

02 Bob Weir Mexicali Blues 3:27

03 Bob Weir Looks Like Rain 6:11

04 Bob Weir Playing in the Band 7:38

05 Bob Weir One More Saturday Night 4:31

06 Bob Weir Lazy Lightnin' 3:02

07 Bob Weir Supplication 2:56

08 Bob Weir Feel Like a Stranger 5:08

09 Bob Weir Easy to Slip 3:06

10 Bob Weir Wrong Way Feelin' 5:12

11 Bob Weir Shade of Grey 4:30

12 Bob Weir I Want to (Fly Away) 4:00

13 Bob Weir Easy Answers 6:01

14 Bob Weir Two Djinn 9:05

15 Bob Weir Ashes and Glass 5:56

16 Bob Weir Wabash Cannonball 3:41

Weir Here, The Best of Bob Weir [2004] CD2

1 Grateful Dead Truckin' 9:22

2 Grateful Dead Estimated Prophet 11:07

3 Grateful Dead Hell in a Bucket 6:24

4 Grateful Dead Me & Bobby McGee 6:04

5 Grateful Dead New Minglewood Blues 6:13

6 Grateful Dead Man Smart, Woman Smarter 4:27

7 Grateful Dead Jack Straw 5:05

8 Grateful Dead Sugar Magnolia 6:00

9 Grateful Dead Throwing Stones 7:53

10 Grateful Dead The Music Never Stopped 8:58

11 Ratdog Masters of War 5:34

Kingfish [1976]

01 Kingfish Lazy Lightinin' 3:02

02 Kingfish Supplication 2:57

03 Kingfish Wild Northland 2:25

04 Kingfish Asia Minor 3:32

05 Kingfish Home To Dixie 3:54

06 Kingfish Jump For Joy 3:49

07 Kingfish Good-Bye Yer Honor 2:56

08 Kingfish Big Iron 4:31

09 Kingfish This Time 4:24

10 Kingfish Hypnotize 4:35

11 Kingfish Bye And Bye 4:03

Kingfish in Concert, King Biscuit Flower Hour [1996] CD1

01 Kingfish Mystery Train, Mule Skinner 8:25

02 Kingfish Juke 3:08

03 Kingfish Jump Back 3:15

04 Kingfish Battle Hymn of the Republic 5:00

05 Kingfish Goodbye Yer Honor 2:54

06 Kingfish Big Iron 4:15

07 Kingfish I Hear You Knockin' 4:26

08 Kingfish All I Need is Time 4:55

09 Kingfish Around and Around 5:50

Kingfish in Concert, King Biscuit Flower Hour [1996] CD2

01 Kingfish C C Rider 5:12

02 Kingfish Home to Dixie 4:08

03 Kingfish Hidden Charm 2:45

04 Kingfish Bye and Bye 3:47

05 Kingfish Promised Land 3:26

06 Kingfish Lazy Lightning, Supplication 6:57

07 Kingfish Jump for Joy 3:21

08 Kingfish Asia Minor 4:10

09 Kingfish New Minglewood Blues 3:28

10 Kingfish One More Saturday Night 5:03

Bobby and the Midnites [1981]

01 Bobby And The Midnites Haze 5:10

02 Bobby And The Midnites Too Many Losers 3:48

03 Bobby And The Midnites Far Away 3:34

04 Bobby And The Midnites Book Of Rules 3:33

05 Bobby And The Midnites Me, Without You 3:13

06 Bobby And The Midnites Josephine 6:06

07 Bobby And The Midnites (I Want To) Fly Away 3:55

08 Bobby And The Midnites Carry Me 4:29

09 Bobby And The Midnites Festival 5:01

Where the Beat Meets the Street [1984]

01 Bobby & the Midnites (I Want to Live In) America 3:23

02 Bobby & the Midnites Where the Beat Meets the Street 3:35

03 Bobby & the Midnites She's Gonna Win Your Heart 3:58

04 Bobby & the Midnites Ain't That Peculiar 3:50

05 Bobby & the Midnites Lifeguard 3:54

06 Bobby & the Midnites Rock in the '80s 3:12

07 Bobby & the Midnites Lifeline 4:25

08 Bobby & the Midnites Falling 4:23

09 Bobby & the Midnites Thunder & Lightning 3:38

10 Bobby & the Midnites Gloria Monday 4:08

Evening Moods [2000]

01 Ratdog Bury Me Standing 9:03

02 Ratdog Lucky Enough 5:10

03 Ratdog Odessa 6:14

04 Ratdog Ashes and Glass 5:55

05 Ratdog Welcome to the World 6:52

06 Ratdog Two Djinn 9:03

07 Ratdog Corrina 8:52

08 Ratdog October Queen 7:45

09 Ratdog The Deep End 5:17

10 Ratdog Even So 9:41




  1. Wonderful! I love the Grateful Dead, Bob Weir more rock than Jerry Garcia? And Garcia more Jazz for his spatial improvisations...I saw the band in 1974 in Paris, more than 3 hours on stage, the alchemy was incredible, and I'm not talking about the rhythm, with these guys, as with the jazzmen, they never lost the first sense of the melody in their songs, it's always present. For me, one of the most important bands.
    Both Bob Weir and Jerry Garcia, besides being great musicians, are great singers! Thanks for sharing Butterboy.

    1. Hi Burmapat,
      You has some great experience in Paris. That seems to have been very impactful. I wish I was there.
      Enjoy the movie and the ad-dons.


  2. Thanks for the Weir's, especially the record of Ratdog. Could you re-upload "The complete Dial sessions by Charlie Parker?"
    I've been searching and I think I've lost my cd's.
    Thanks in advance. Good job

    1. Hi Doc MF Johnson,
      Thanks for your comment.
      New links established for Charlie.


  3. Hi Butterboy, many thanks for Bird.
    By the way, thanks to Burmapat I have reactivated the blog. Today I have uploaded three albums. I hope you like them

    1. Hi Doc,
      I didn't know you had a blog! I hope it goes well for you . I will pop in later and check out what you have posted.


    2. Congratulations. Doc,
      What a beautiful start to your blog. Pure jazz.

      Everyone who reads this should visit the Jazz Input Blog at


  4. Thanks so much for this, I didn't even know such a collection existed!

    I was a Deadhead for many years, even scheduled vacations around their tours sometimes. Those concerts remain some of my fondest memories, both for the music and the unique atmosphere of being surrounded by friends you'd never met. Thanks again!

    1. Hi Gummo,
      You are correct Gummo, this is not an official box set. I pulled these together because they represent Bob Weir well.
      There are other albums that could make the super deluxe set but I felt this was enough for the first round.

      I am happy you will enjoy these.


  5. Ah, I should have known - such a great collection could only be a Butterboy original. Kudos!