2004. Parkinsongs Volume One. “38 Songs of Hope”.

2004. Parkin­songs Vol­ume One. “38 Songs of Hope”. A song I co-wrote with Robert Hunter called “Darien” was includ­ed on this beau­ti­ful album to help raise mon­ey and aware­ness for Parkin­son’s Dis­ease Research. It was tak­en from my “Pete Sears & The Long Haul” album. There are songs on the album from Cros­by Stills & Nash, […]

2004. Spencer Dryden Benefit at Slims: San Francisco: 5/22/04 Benefit organizer Pete Sears goes over the evenings schedule with master of ceremonies Wavy Gravy.

2004. Spencer Dry­den Ben­e­fit at Slims: San Fran­cis­co: 5/22/04 Ben­e­fit orga­niz­er Pete Sears goes over the evenings sched­ule with mas­ter of cer­e­monies Wavy Gravy. I put this ben­e­fit togeth­er to help Spencer who was hav­ing med­ical prob­lems as well as hav­ing had his house burned down. A spe­cial thanks to Dawn Hol­l­i­day and the staff at […]

2000 January “Tibet’s Stolen Child”

2000 Jan­u­ary “Tibet’s Stolen Child” I wrote and record­ed the orig­i­nal score for this doc­u­men­tary film. The great­est peace­mak­ers of our time search for the truth about Tibet’s Panchen Lama, a boy whose fate could affect the des­tiny of a coun­try strug­gling to avoid the destruc­tion of its spir­i­tu­al tra­di­tions. A young boy, the Panchen Lama, […]

1997. “Fight In The Fields” Award winning television documentary on Cesar Chavez and the Farm Workers Union.

1997. “Fight In The Fields” Award win­ning tele­vi­sion doc­u­men­tary on Cesar Chavez and the Farm Work­ers Union. Direct­ed by Ray Telles and Rick Teja­da Flo­res. I wrote, record­ed and pro­duced the Orig­i­nal Score. Cine Gold­en Eagle, Best Doc San Anto­nio Cine­Fes. Chica­go Intl. Film Fes­ti­val Gold Medal. Gold Apple Natl’ Edu­ca­tion­al Media. “The Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez […]

1996. Pete Sears “Watchfire”. Relix Records.

1996. Pete Sears “Watch­fire”. Relix Records. Re-released on “Relix Records” NYC after “Grate­ful Dead Records” dis­solved. “Watch­fire” fea­tured many guests includ­ing Jer­ry Gar­cia, Mick­ey Hart, David Gris­man, Mimi Fari­na and Kit­ty Beethoven and was orig­i­naly released as an LP on Red­wood Records, then again on Grate­ful Dead Records. — with Mick­ey Hart, Jer­ry Gar­cia, Mimi […]

1988. “Watchfire” Pete Sears & Friends. Redwood Records, Grateful Dead Records, Relix Records.

  “Guatemala” Music, Pete Sears. Lyrics, Jean­nette Sears. Music Video pro­duced by Pete Sears and Watch­fire Pro­duc­tions. Fund­ed by Earth Island Insti­tute, Jer­ry Gar­cia and the Rex Foun­da­tion, Tides Foun­da­tion. Hun­dreds of free videos sent around the world to human rights organ­i­sa­tions.   1988. “Watch­fire” Pete Sears & Friends. Red­wood Records, Grate­ful Dead Records, Relix […]

1988. Nez B & DV8. May 9th. Fillmore West

1988. Nez B & DV8. May 9th. Fill­more West I was recent­ly giv­en this CD that I did­n’t know exist­ed. It’s of the won­der­ful Reg­gae singer “Nez B” (Ernesto Brown) and the band DV8 per­form­ing “One More Inno­cent” at the Fill­more West, in San Fran­cis­co. “One More Inno­cent” was the song I wrote with Jean­nette that […]

1976. Tim Rose. “Unfinished Song”. Tiger Lily Records.

1976. Tim Rose. “Unfin­ished Song”. Tiger Lily Records. The ses­sions with Tim were record­ed in 1973 Los Ange­les, but were not released until lat­er. Tim was per­haps best known for his record­ings of “If I were a Car­pen­ter”, “Morn­ing Dew”, and “Hey Joe” (Jimi Hen­drix decid­ed to record the song after lis­ten­ing to Tim’s ver­sion). Producer: […]