2005. “MADE”. Musicians assisting disaster efforts. I produced the Kathryn Keats track “Going Home” for this compilation CD. The great Darol Anger on violin. — with Darol Anger and Kathryn Keats.
Tag Archive: Pete Sears
2005. “San Francisco Sounds” Flying Other Brothers CD. — with Flying Other Brothers.
2005. Eric McFadden & Wally Ingram. “Alektorophobia”. I played Hammond B3 organ, Accordion, and Piano on this album. Eric’s a wonderful guitarist, singer and songwriter…he and Wally work well together. They asked me if I’d like to sit in at a show at the Casper Inn…but I already had a gig that day. Eric and I […]
2005. DVD of the Chetfest Show at the GAMH…unfortunately no longer available. Chet had a lot left to give the world; but the waves of spirit, generosity and quite strength that people like Chet send out, will continue for eternity. Its people like Chet who give us hope that the human species won’t self destruct […]
Pete Sears and Chet Helms. Article from Haight Street Music News — 2005 PETE SEARS – MUSICIAN & HUMANITARIAN I always liked and admired Pete Sears, a paradigm in the paradoxical world of music and spent several years taking images of him during the seven year run of The Gathering On The Mountain in Blakeslee, Pennsylvania, i.e., […]
2005. Rusted Root. 20th Century Masters — The Millennium. Pete Sears, Piano. Collection: The Best Of Rusted Root CD — with Rusted Root and Hot Tuna.
2005. Great American Music Hall Marquee sign. 2005 fundraiser and tribute for Chet Helms…hosted by Pete Sears, Roger and Ann McNamee, and Dawn Holliday. Here’s a piece written about Chet in the Haight Street Music News by my friend Don Aters…Don was close to Chet. Don Aters – Haight Street Music News 2005. A Farewell For […]
2005. July 29th. Tribute to Chet Helms. Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, California. I spoke with Chet while he was very ill in his hospital bed not long before he passed away. Although he was very concerned about his health, as he had been for quite some time, he was at that point optimistic […]
2005. “Learning Piano” with Pete Sears. DVD. I release a three hour piano instruction DVD for the “Icons of Rock” series. We shot it at “Hyde Street Studios” on their white Yamaha 6ft grand piano. It was the same studio that I recorded “Red Octopus” with Jefferson Starship in 1975 when it was “Wally Heider […]
Pete Sears on Piano at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
2005. “Live on the Dharma Wheel ” Vol 2. FM Community Radio. Flying Other Brothers. Track on a compilation CD to benefit KBOO.
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. 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 […]
2004. May 22nd. Spencer Dryden Benefit organized by Pete Sears at Slims, San Francisco, CA. Flying Other Brothers onstage with Warren Haynes and Bob Weir. — with Ann Atomic Moonalice, Roger McNamee, James Sanchez, Bob Weir, Warren Haynes Presents: The Christmas Jam, Warren Haynes and Barry Sless.
2004. Julie Larson “Awakening”. I played Keyboards & accordion on this album. Great songs. My good friend Bill Laymon played bass.
2004. Hot Tuna “Live at Sweetwater Two”. More music from our 1992 live performance at the famous “Sweetwater Club” in Mill Valley, California. My first gig with the band as a guest on keyboards…I ended up staying ten wonderful years. All my love to Jeannie Patterson who made the club one of the classiest and most sought […]
2003. Matt Ward “Turn It Over” I played bass on this album. Matt Ward guitar & vocals, Prairie Prince on drums, Tim Gorman on keys, Steve Kimock guitar, Gary Vogensen guitar, Dallis Craft vocals, Mooka Rennick arrangement’s. Recorded at Mooka Rennick’s Prairie Sun Recording Studios, Cotati, California. — with Steve Kimock and Tim Gorman.
2003. Davey Pattison “Pictures”. A wonderful album by my old Dawn Patrol band-mate Davey. I played a bit of piano and accordion on these sessions. Davey sang on my “Pete Sears The Long Haul” album. He is from Glasgow, Scotland, and was asked to join “Humble Pie” but turned it down. He was in Ronnie Montrose’s […]
2003. Marianne Segal & JADE “Fly On Strange Wings”. CD. Album originally released on vinyl in 1970. I played bass on this album…a Gibson EB0…one of my favorite sessions. Micky Waller played on the album. Terry Cox from “Pentangle” also played on these sessions, and Elton John’s manager Jon Miller produced the album. Quote: […]
2003. Steve Kimock & Pete Sears. Live at the Jenner Playhouse, Jenner, California. July 23. We played a duo show at the Jenner Playhouse, in Jenner, California. Jenner is a beautiful village on the rocky Pacific coastline of Highway 1. I played a grand piano, and Steve played an eclectic mix of acoustic and electric instruments from […]