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That Tent - Bonnaroo Music Festival
06/13/2004 - 7:00pm
Source: Nakamichi Cm100/cp1 (ortf)> Sony SBM-1> Sony PCM-M1
Location: FOB, DFC, 50' from stage, 7' high, handheld on tent pole
Transfer: DAT> coax> Tascam CDRW700> CDR; CDR> xACT (cd paranoia extraction, cheksum logs saved in folder)> wav> Peak Pro 5.12> Fission 1.6.2> xACT (flac level 6)
Taped by Steve Traietta, Andrew (aesdale), and Patrick Moore
Transferred by Patrick Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org)
01 Organ intro (Amina) > Adwa (Gigi)>
02 Kahn (Gigi)
03 Tabla Intro (Karsh) > Guramyle (Gigi)>
04 Buckethead Solo >
05 Black Lotus (Sacred System) (?)
07 DXT Medley
02 Cosmic Slop
03 Motherless Child
04 drums and tabla
05 Nunchuck (Buckethead)
07 Sing, Sing (?)
Bill Laswell - Bass
Buckethead - Guitar
Ejigayehu "Gigi" Shibabaw - Vocals
Brain - Drums
Karsh Kale - Tabla, Drums
Aiyb Dieng - Percussion
Abegasu Shiota - Keyboards
Amina Claudine Myers - Organ, Vocals
DXT (Grandmixer D.ST) - Turntables, Vocals
Notes: This recording is surrounded with a good bit of "folklore." First of all, our group was the only people open taping at this show. The Bonnaroo security team would not allow mic stands into Centeroo this particular sunday, so the mic's Tbar was duct taped to a tent pole and handheld for the entire show. We had several DAT patchers, but someone early in the chain had a bad digital cable so every digital patch was essentially lost. My mindidisc patch was incomplete, so Steve and Andrew's tapes were the only source made from this set. I received CD's from Steve in the mail a few months later. I made a "bad burn" of these discs in a trade one time, and so several people have an incomplete copy with lots of pops and clicks as well as strange track transitions. This source is from the original CD's that were made from the DAT master. I've had several people ask me for this set, so hopefully it will replace the bad copy that has been lightly circulated for 5 years thus far. There are points when the apocalyptic thunderstorm happening outside the tent is audible in the recording. Thanks to Tom on umphreaks for compiling a setlist!
CD extraction performed with xACT. Checksum logs verifying successful extraction are included in this folder. Extraction performed on a Macbook running Tiger 10.5.7, with the stock Matshita UJ-857E DVD-R drive.
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laswell is the man
|Really appreciate your effort in getting this out there!
Love Material and most of what Laswell does: mind-bending, bass-bombing ear candy!
|I remember that Sunday. I gave my friend my gear to head up to tape Medeski Martin & Wood and they wouldnt let him inside. He started yellin at made a fuck bonnaroo sign and hung it on the mic stand and began walkin around with it. My buddy and me were makin are way up to find my other friend at MMW and there he was on his way back rantin about bonnaroo. we went back to the truck and paked up and left an never went back. They told him someone was hitting someone else with their mic stand the night/day before. I'm not so sure about. But who knows. Thanks for your effort!!!!
|Thanx for the "KIND" post!
|wow this looks awsome
laswell,brain,buckethead and karsh kale
cant beat that
|Thanks so much. Great stuff ! - The Shielded Vessel
|Thanx very much! Could someone PLEASE post the Praxis show? Much appreciated!
|@jazzpunk: The SBD of the Praxis set is officially available through the LiveBonaroo site. I don't know if anyone has an AUD, or if posting that here would be in conflict with the official download release.
@direwolf207: Thanks for your dedication in posting this! I was hoping to score a copy from a taper years ago, but it seems they kind of fell off, and I had given up hopes of ever hearing this set. Maybe your folklore tale explains a little bit of what might have happened.
the copy that was on dime shortly after the show is this:
"nakamichi cm100 shotguns>bitmap?m1>CDR (maybe?)"
I don't know why I have it marked as a maybe.. but I don't remember any pops or anything bad about it.
but i'll gladly replace it with this new copy. thanks again!
|Wow I always wanted to hear this again. Danks.
|Rbayers, you have the same source as this one. However, you must of gotten a fileset from the "bad burns" that I did of this show shortly after I got the discs from the taper. So, they should sound the same but this source is correctly tracked and complete. Grab it for sure.
|I can't Thank You enough. This show was a dream, a once-in-a-lifetime experience that, I've always been convinced, was to remain forever in my memories alone. The caliber of musicianship here - Amina Claudia Myers, Gigi, the duo of Brain and Karsh Kale (who shook hands in congratulations to each other's playing at one point), Bill and Buckethead (Pharoah Sanders was also supposed to be playing in the ensemble, but couldn't make his flight, or some such - how does one say it didn't end up mattering?) - put us all in this amazing, euphoric state - we were all so happy to be alive, it seemed. An artist, centered behind the band, painted a huge canvas
while the music played, layer upon layer of color and shape forming before our eyes 'til the very end. Magic! - how humans are meant to experience music.
|Man what a thunderstorm that was. The sky turned lemon yellow. Thanks a lot.
|Wow Thank you so much for sharing the rare set
-this band is oozing with unique talent.
|Thanks for the fixed transfer. 5 years ... I was the one who after having received the first version with the damaged boundaries uploaded it to easytree with the known result. Quite unexpected to see now a fixed version after a long time, but no less appreciated!
Not having witnessed this show: The greatest compromise IMO is Brain on the drums instead of Hamid Drake. The "DJ stuff" by D.ST caused a controversy when the recording circulated for the first time. IMO instead of wasting stage time by playing back official records, they might have brought on Lily Haydn and Bernie Worrell who sure were still around. Buckethead remained mute for a long time, indicating technical trouble at the beginning.
The description leaves little hope as to still finding a video recording. If one exists, I'd be quite up to it ...
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