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This Tent, Bonnaroo
Original Recording: Neumann TLM170s(hypercards FOB) -> Apogee AD1000 -> Sony D8(master @ 16/48)
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.
1. antipicapatory crowd/tuning
2. Cissy Strut ->
3. Africa ->
4. Iko Iko ->
5. Look Ka Py Py ->
6. The World Is a Little Bit Under The Weather ->
7. Chicken Strut ->
8. bass solo ->
9. Ain't No Use teases ->
10. Little Old Moneymaker
11. Cabbage Alley
12. Fire On The Bayou ->
13. Groovy Lady ->
14. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 ->
15. Funky Miracle ->
16. Purple Haze ->
17. Funky Miracle (reprise)
18. Jungle Man -> +
19. People Say &+
20. Gettin' Funky -> +
21. Voodoo Child -> * +
22. 3rd Stone From The Sun -> *+
23. Hey Pocky Way *+
24. band intros/encore break/banter - a float passing by/tuning
25. Sesame Street Theme -> +
26. Soul Island / Ride The Donkey -> +
27. Just Kissed My Baby +
+ = w/Ian Neville on guitar (songs are a guess -- he's not very audible and may have performed on less than I've indicated)
& = guy runs onstage about 7:30 into song. The band members tell security not to beat him up, just put him out. Art says he might streak across the stage in a minute. Russell takes his pants off in sympathy
* = w/Warren Haynes on guitar
Thanks to "The Dude" for lending me his spare D8 for most of the weekend after I shorted the battery on my Teac DAP20 at the beginning of the weekend!
Recorded, Transferred, Mastered, and Tracked by Scott Bernstein 6/3-29/2010).
Continuing my NOLA Jazzfest Appreciation series, I present BARN51, a killer set from a legendary New Orleans act, but taking place outside of New Orleans. The Funky Meters performed a killer late night set at Bonnaroo in 2003 -- possibly the last truly killer Funky Meters set I've seen (i.e. before Ian became the sole guitarist).
Wow.....just wow. So much energy -- and so many people in the tent for this late night show. It was scheduled for, I believe a 1AM start, but here we were, well after a LONG hot day, waiting on the band to start more than an hour after their scheduled time. Yes, there were other acts playing then which I could have been at, but I stuck it out to see these guys. The word was circulating in the crowd that Art's plane was delayed so they were just waiting on him to show. Well, finally he did, and the crowd was so amped up, the place exploded when they came onstage, ripping into their most popular tunes right out of the gate! But the band really found its footing with Fire On The Bayou. You can really hear the magic start to happen there, and the crowd is feeling it, giving the love back singing along, and a wonderful feedback loop starts between the band and crowd. The rest of the set is just top notch. And what to say about Warren? He just makes every band better. :-)
To my surprise, for a huge show inside of a tent, this recording stands up very well. It's much crisper and clearer than I would have expected, so it's a sonic treat as well.
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.org)
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 (on dimeadozen.org)
BARN36 - The Band, Mountain Stage Radio broadcast, Charleston, WV, recorded 4/4/1996 (on dimeadozen.org)
*** Start of New Orelans Jazzfest Appreciation mini-series (note that BARN13 technically belongs 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)
BARN40 - Anders Osborne, Tower Records instore, New Orleans, LA, 5/7/2001 (on bt.etree.org)
BARN41 - Joe Krown Trio w/Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Russell Batiste + special guest Mike Gordon, Tipitina's, New Orleans, 5/5/2008
BARN42 - Russell Batiste and Friends, The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, 5/1/2008 (on bt.etree.org)
BARN43 - Global Noize, The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, 5/1/2008 (on bt.etree.org)
BARN44 - Deep Banana Blackout, The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA 5/6/2000
BARN45 - Bela Fleck And The Flecktones, The Saenger Theater, New Orleans, LA 5/5/2000
BARN46 - Medeski Martin And Wood, The Saenger Theater, New Orleans, LA 5/6/2000 (on bt.etree.org)
BARN47 - String Cheese Incident, The Saenger Theater, New Orleans, LA 5/5/2000
BARN48 - Soulive, House Of Blues Parish, New Orleans, LA 5/5/2001
BARN49 - String Cheese Incident, Cajun Queen Riverboat, New Orleans, LA 5/3/2000
BARN50 - New Mastersounds, House Of Blues Parish, New Orleans, LA 5/2/2008
BARN51 - Funky Meters, Bonnaroo, Manchester, TN 6/13/2003
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|Thank you - very much appreciated!
|enjoying each BARN release...
|U DA MAN! Thanks Scott!
|Thank you :->
Many thanks for this awesome set. The enery is simply crazy! Smokin'! This is a great set from a truly great band. The recording is crispy as well. Add the Warren sit in and that's the cherry on top of the funky sundae.
Thanks and we appreciate your stamina!
|Glad you guys appreciate.
I've got a few more stacked up Meters/Meters related shows coming your way in the next few days.
I think I'm going to have to put a couple of early 90s "Meters" shows (i.e. when Leo was still in the band but not Zigaboo) before they became the Funky Meters and allowed open taping up on DimeADozen as they are technically not appropriate here.
Keep your eyes open for those in the next few days...
Agreed about the energy. I've seen a lot of Meters/Funky Meters/PBS/George shows over the years, and many of them have had a lot of energy, but there was something about this night and this crowd (it was a HUGE show for them in terms of the number of people they typically play to) that really took it to another level.
|after thing from 1989+ I still call it the Funky Meters, even though they didn't start using that name until 1994 when Leo left.
hell, even some shows from the 70's they introduce themselves as the funky meters.
|You guys may be interested in this George Porter/Runnin' Pardners show I posted on Archive.org:
|Keep it coming... lovin every funky minute!
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