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|Description||The Funky Meters|
New Orleans, LA
Neumann TLM-170 (1 card + 1 omni) -> Apogee AD1000 -> Denon DTR-80p (@16 bit/48 khz)
Transfer: Sony R500->Sound Devices 722
Mastered: Soundforge Pro 10.0b - *All file manipulation in Soundforge done at 24 bits*. Volume normalization, sample rate conversion 48khz to 44.1khz using iZotope 64-Bit SRC set higher than "Highest Quality" setting w/anti-alias filter, then dithered back to 16 bits using using iZotope MBIT+ with Ultra noise shaping, High dither settings. Tracked in CDWav.
2. Fire On The Bayou ->
3. Here Comes The Meter Man ->
4. Africa ->
5. Just Kissed My Baby ->
6. Chicken Strut ->
7. Bass solo ->
8. Funkify Your Life
9. banter - wake that guy up
10. Seven Desires
11. Funky Miracle ^ ->
12. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 ->
13. Funky Miracle ->
14. Sing A Simple Song ->
15. Drum solo ->
16. All Shook Up ->
17. Iko Iko ->
18. Hey Lappa ->
19. Jambalaya ->
20. Mardi Gras Mambo ->
21. Love the One You're With * ->
22. Chug-A-Lug * ->
23. Be My Lady *+ ->
24. Ain't No Use
25. banter - another band after
26. He Stopped Loving Her Today (tease)
27. Look Ka Py Py
28. Cissy Strut ->
29. Papa's Got A Brand New Bag ->
30. Cissy Strut
^ = w/Day Tripper tease
* = w/Cyril Neville on vocals
+ = w/Jason Neville rap
Art Neville - keys, vocals
George Porter, Jr. - bass and vocals
Brian Stoltz - guitar and vocals
Russell Batiste - drums
My suggestion for a disc flip would be just after Seven Desires (track 10)
Transferred, Mastered, and Tracked by Scott Bernstein (5/16-17/2010).
This is BARN39, the 3rd in my New Orleans Jazzfest appreciation series, and it was recorded on the same night, in the same location in the same venue as BARN38, the Steve Kimock Band show from Tipitina's. This, the semi-official closing show of Jazzfest 2001, featured The Funky Meters, in their hometown venue -- a slam dunk. As we all know, The Funky Meters are not/were not "The Meters" -- and they had off nights and on nights -- probably more "off" nights than nights that they were TRULY on/on fire. I mean, I'm a huge Meters/Funky Meters/George Porter-in-any-form fan, but you were not always guaranteed a funk THROWDOWN at a Funky Meters show. This show is the exception -- the band is on fire from start to finish -- kicking from song to song, never lingering too long on any groove, playing tightly, hitting unexpected places (Bob Dylan's "Rainy Day Women..."?! The crowd ATE it up singing the "Everybody must get stoned" refrain at the top of their lungs! ...And "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag?" Nice!). The Cyril Neville sit-in definitely takes things to the next level -- Chug-A-Lug is such a great funky song. And I'm not sure I've ever seen any Meters incarnation play "Be My Lady" before or since. Such a great song -- and oh, George's playing on it is sublime.
The astute among you may wonder -- what's up with using 2 different mic patterns? Well, it was purely a mistake. One mic got switched to the wrong pattern somehow and I didn't notice until after the set. I fixed it before the Steve Kimock set later on.
A rundown of my previous BARN archival releases (all can be found on archive.org except as noted):
BARN1 - Col Bruce Hampton and the Code Talkers at Bret & Joyce's wedding 9/17/2005
BARN2 - Col Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit (w/guest Warren Haynes for all of set 2) Wetlands 11/20/1993
BARN3 - moe. Wetlands 7/8/1995
BARN4 - Dan Bern Bottom Line 7/31/1998 (late show)
BARN5 - moe. Birch Hill 10/31/1996
BARN6 - moe. Maxwells 1/20/1996
BARN7 - Dan Bern Central Park Summerstage 9/19/1997
BARN8 - Dan Bern, Bottom Line 8/1/1998
BARN9 - moe. Bayou 4/5/1997
BARN10 - moe. Irving Plaza 4/4/1997
BARN11 - moe. AKA 9/7/1995
BARN12 - Yolk AKA 9/7/1995
BARN13 - Robert Walter/Johnny Vidacovich/James Singleton/Donald Harrison Preservation Hall 4/30/08
BARN14 - Phish Las Vegas, NV 10/31/1998 (on bt.etree.org)
BARN15 - Phish Great Went @ Loring AFB, Limestone, ME 8/16/1997 (on bt.etree.org) - by request
BARN16 - Phish Great Went @ Loring AFB, Limestone, ME 8/17/1997 (on bt.etree.org), includes orchestra set - by request
BARN17 - Phish Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO, 8/4/1996 (on bt.etree.org) - by request
BARN18 - Phish Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO, 8/6/1996 (on bt.etree.org) - by request
BARN19 - Phish Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO, 8/7/1996 (on bt.etree.org) - by request
BARN20 - Phish Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, CO, 8/5/1996 (on bt.etree.org) - by request
BARN21 - God Street Wine, Irving Plaza, NYC 6/24/1993
BARN22 - Leftover Salmon, Wetlands, NYC 10/1/1994
BARN23 - Anders Osborne, Manny's Carwash, NYC 11/5/1997
BARN24 - Anders Osborne, Manny's Carwash, NYC 11/6/1997
BARN25 - moe. Pool Party, Morganville, NJ 6/2/1996
BARN26 - Widespread Panic, Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ 11/7/1992 (on bt.etree.org)
BARN27 - Stew, The Turning Point, Piermont, NY 4/6/2003 (on bt.etree.org. dimeadozen.net)
BARN28 - Stew, Joe's Pub, New York, NY 5/22/2003 (on bt.etree.org)
BARN29 - Percy Hill, Lion's Den, NYC 3/16/1996
BARN30 - Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Irving Plaza, 8/3/1995
BARN31 - Percy Hill, Wetlands, NYC 6/8/1996
BARN32 - Bad Livers, Mercury Lounge, NYC, 11/15/1999 (opening for Leftover Salmon)
BARN33 - Bad Livers, Mercury Lounge, NYC, 11/16/1999 (opening for Leftover Salmon)
BARN34 - G. Love And Special Sauce, Central Park Summerstage, NYC 6/18/1995
BARN35 - The Band, The Great Lawn, Central Park, NYC 5/16/1993
BARN36 - The Band, Mountain Stage Radio broadcast, Charleston, WV, recorded 4/4/1996
New Orelans Jazzfest Appreciation mini-series (note that BARN13 technically fits in this series):
BARN37 - Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA, 5/5/2008
BARN38 - Steve Kimock Band, Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA, 5/6/2001 (2AM show)
BARN39 - The Funky Meters, Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA, 5/6/2001 (11PM show) (on bt.etree.org)
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|booyah - thanks for these!
Thanks to the seeder, the taper, and of course the band. This show has been added to the "official unofficial jazzfest vault". Our aim is to archive and distribute every show ever taped during jazzfest in NOLA. If you think you have some uncirculated fest seeds, or are looking for a particular show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a complete copy of the vault list. Over 400 shows strong!!!
|I support this series. ;)
ISO KDTU 4/29 Tip's latenight...Bueller?
|400 years sesswuan
|where can I locate BARN38?? Looked but could not find...anyone?
Thanks foir this..was at this and SKB! GREAT TIMES IN NOLA!!!
|BARN 38 can be found here:
|Sessone -- keep your eyes peeled -- I've got at least 10 more previously uncirculated Jazzfest recordings coming your way. If you really want to keep up on my postings, follow me on twitter @scott_bernstein
Scott, how much is missing from that Dumpstaphunk 5/5/08 show?
|wow scott..awesome awesome
|RBayers -- no idea how much is missing from the Dumpsta 5/5/08 show. If memory serves, there were no more actual Dumpsta songs played after my recording cut -- the jams at the end were the transition into the Lettuce full band takeover, Dumpsta left the stage, and Lettuce (with Ian) remained on the stage. Eric V got a few more minutes of the show than I did before his batteries died, but as far as I know that's it.....there were no other mics set up there.
I'm not aware of anyone having gotten a board patch but the house or band might have been running a recording?
|wow, so did Lettuce then do a full set, or did they just jame for awhile?
I thought the 5/3/09 show was the ultimate, but maybe the 5/5/08 was the real deal. You should check out the 5/3/09 show on archive if you haven't heard it yet.
|Memories are a little hazy but I feel like the Lettuce takeover was maybe 20 minutes or so at that show? They definitely did some Lettuce tunes....
I'll def. give a listen to the '09 edition. :-)
|Thank you, Scott, for sharing this with us!
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