David Byrne – 06/13/2004 – Manchester, TN

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David Byrne
June 13,2004
Bonnaroo
Manchester, TN

Set 1: Road To Nowhere, The Great Intoxication, Finite = Alright, The Other Side Of This Life, I Zimbra, And She Was, Once In A Lifetime, Un Di Felice Eterea, Ausencia, Tiny Apocalypse, Psycho Killer, U.B. Jesus, Like Humans Do, Dialog Box, What A Day That Was, Blind, Desconocido Soy, Life During Wartime

Taped by Jon Merin
Transfered by Jon Merin

SCHOEPS CMC6/MK4V’S -> LUNATEC V2 -> AD2K+ (48KHZ/24BIT) -> VX POCKET -> SONY VAIO->Soundforge 6.0->CD Wave->Flac

moe. – 06/13/2009 – Manchester, TN

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moe.
June 13th 2009
This Tent
Bonnaroo Music Festival
Manchester, TN

01. Tuning
02. Plane Crash >
03. Tailbone >
04. Spine Of A Dog >
05. Not Coming Down >
06. Wormwood >
07. Deep This Time
08. Wind it up >
09. Seat Of My Pants >
10. Happy Hour Hero >
11. Recreational Chemistry # >
12. Ramblin Man # >
13. Recreational Chemistry # >
14. moe. to Grace Potters and The Nocturnals Switchover >
15. Some Kind of Ride
16. She’s Got the Medicine >
17. If I Was from Paris
18. Watching You
19. Sweet Hands >
20. Grace Potters and The Nocturnals to moe. Switchover >
21. Lazarus >
22. George >
23. Skrunk >
24. Jazz Wank >
25. Cathedral >
26. Rebubula

encore
27. crowd / banter
28. The Pit

# w/ Brock Butler from Perpetual Groove

Source: SBD
Taped and Transferred: Brent Stober

The Black Keys – 06/11/2011 – Manchester, TN

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The Black Keys
2011-06-11
What Stage
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Manchester, Tenn.

Set List:

01 intro
02 Thickfreakness
03 Girl Is On My Mind
04 Strange Times
05 Stack Shot Billy
06 Busted
07 Act Nice and Gentle*
08 Everlasting Light
09 Next Girl
10 Chop and Change
11 Howlin’ For You
12 Tighten Up
13 She’s Long Gone
14 Ten Cent Pistol
15 I’ll Be Your Man
16 Your Touch
17 I Got Mine

Running Time: 1:04:15

*Kinks cover

Avantone CK-1 > attenuator > Zoom H4n
Taped by: ox64
Transferred and Seeded by: MSTaper

Bonnaroo Superjam – 2013 – Manchester, TN

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Before it had even begun, it was clear the Bonnaroo 2013 Superjam had a lot to live up to. Not only had last year’s all-star jam session featured the return of reclusive R&B star D’Angelo, but Friday night boasted the first-ever hip hop Superjam, a sloppy but knockout concert starring Wu-Tang’s RZA and Solange. Even more imposing was Paul McCartney, who owned Bonnaroo just 24 hours earlier. The next day, his lengthy, hit-filled set was all anyone wanted to talk about.

But after Saturday’s insane Rock n’ Soul Dance Party, it’s fair to say the thunder has been stolen from the former Beatle. The core band of the night—led by My Morning Jacket’s Jim James and Hall & Oates’ John Oates—was a jam-tastic delight in itself, but the special guests were operating on another level entirely.

R. Kelly swung through to croon Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come”—which was hypnotically divine—and the blues classic “Bring It On Home,” which he naturally left dirtier than he found it. After the R&B star’s absurdly cool two-fer, Billy Idol—looking exactly like the punk sneering at you from the cover of Rebel Yell—dropped in and ripped through T. Rex’s “Bang a Gong (Get It On).”

Although both singers were Bonnaroo headliners, these appearances were still shocking—keep in mind Kelly and Idol had wrapped full sets of their own just minutes before taking the intimate Superjam stage.

The visual dissonance was incredible to soak in, too. It’s hard to say whether seeing Kellz backed by Jim James and his lion’s mane hairdo or Billy Idol rocking out next to John Oates and his soul patch was weirder to watch. Let’s just say both were beautifully bizarre sights to behold.

Incredibly, neither of those once-in-a-lifetime collaborations were the evening’s finest moment. It was the Sly & the Family Stone portion of the night—”Everyday People,” “Dance to the Music,” “Family Affair,” “I Want to Take You Higher,” “Hot Fun in the Summertime” and “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)”—led by bassist Larry Graham that rocketed the Superjam into the stratosphere. While some of the Superjam songs earlier in the set fudged the line between communal jam session joy and karaoke hokum (“Love Train” comes to mind), these versatile, funky tracks lent themselves to inventive workouts by the technically proficient band.

Plus, Alabama Shakes’ soul growler Brittany Howard—another surprise Superjam guest and arguable MVP—was perfectly suited to the Sly Stone tracks. Her vocal contributions were perfectly pitched and sincerely felt. Honestly, it would be a real shame if the Shakes didn’t add one or more of these songs into their touring setlist.

By the time it ended with a cataclysmic take on Sly & the Fam’s “I Want to Take You Higher”—which found Howard and Idol singing backup vocals—the crowd was as ecstatic as it was stunned. It’s not often you get to witness an all-star jam session this unlikely that leaves you so profoundly satisfied.

Rock n’ Soul Dance Party Superjam
This Tent
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Manchester, Tenn.
6/15/2013

Set List:

01 Star Spangled Banner *
02 Shaky Ground
03 Hey Pocky Way %
04 Move On Up
05 Love Train
06 Use Me
07 Don’t Do It
08 Instant Karma
09 1999
10 When Something’s Wrong ^
11 Dance To The Music #
12 Hot Fun In The Summertime #
13 Family Affair LG #
14 Everyday People #
15 Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) #
16 encore break
17 Change Is Gonna Come $
18 Bring It On Home $
19 Bang A Gong +
20 Satisfaction ^
21 Take Me Higher #

Running Time: 1:50

* w/ Michael Winslow (Jimi Hendrix version)
% w/ Zigaboo Modeliste on lead vocals
^ w/ Brittany Howard on lead vocals
# w/ Larry Graham
$ w/ R. Kelly on lead vocals
+ w/ Billy Idol on lead vocals

Avantone CK-1 (cardoid) > Edirol UA-5 > Edirol R-09 (24/48)

Taped, Transferred and Seeded and by: MSTaper
*** A Team Dirty South Recording ***

This show was one of my highlights of the entire weekend. It lived up to it’s billing and then some. The band alone was amazing and the special guests made it a night to remember. I tried to match the guest vocalists to the songs best I could remember. Jim James and John Oates traded lead on several tracks. Brittany Howard from the Alabama Shakes remained on stage and provided backing vocals for several tracks and even Billy Idol hung around until the end. James, Oates and Carl Broemel from My Morning Jacket provided guitars and members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band made up the horn section.

There was a high energy level throughout the show and most everyone young and old knew every song played. The cool part was the crowd continuing to chant “Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin” for a couple minutes while the band took a short break. They came back and finished the track then took a short encore break.

The show started about 12:20 a.m. and defines what Bonnaroo is all about.

enjoy!

MSTaper

Tape > Share > Support!

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Funky Meters – 06/13/2003 – Manchester, TN

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Funky Meters
This Tent, Bonnaroo
Manchester, TN
6/13/2003

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

Original Recording: Neumann TLM170s(hypercards FOB) -> Apogee AD1000 -> Sony D8(master @ 16/48)

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).

Taper notes:
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.

Enjoy!

Scott

Fun. – 06/10/2012 – Manchester, TN

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FUN.
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
2012/06/10
That Tent
Manchester TN, USA

SET
01- Intro 00:42
02- One Foot 03:54
03- Walking the Dog 04:22
04- Why Am I the One? 04:13
05- Light a Roman Candle with Me 04:17
06- All Alone 03:16
07- It Gets Better 04:33
08- I’m Not as Sad (As I Used To Be) 05:21
09- Carry On 07:44
10- Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard * 02:04
11- The Gambler 05:11
12- All the Pretty Girls 03:32
13- Barlights 07:42
14- We Are Young 05:28
15- Some Nights 06:34
16- You Can’t Always Get What You Want # 04:47

GRAND TOTAL- 73:40

* Originally performed by Paul Simon
# Originally performed by The Rolling Stones

Taper: travelinbeat
Source: CA-14′s @ NOS > CA ST9100 > R-09HR @ 24/96

MISC NOTES:
I saw this band just on a whim and boy am I ever glad I did! They will remain one of the best highlights from my Bonnaroo 2012 experience– they just absolutely KILLED the crowd with what was hands-down one of the most captivating performances of the year! There were several other great shows going on at other stages and this just happened to be the one that I picked based on my sister’s recommendation and it was AWESOME! It really was the perfect way to close out Centeroo, and there was only one show anywhere in Bonnaroo after this one– Phish’s four-hour finale out on the What Stage (which I also taped). A huge thanks to all of the people who baby-sat my second rig which spent the day camped out at What Stage– Brian, Will, Nate, and of course my lovely girlfriend, Daphne– they were kind enough to hang out and mind my second rig to tape Gary Clark Jr, The Beach Boys, Bon Iver, and Phish while I took this, my smaller rig, and ran off to tape Kenny Rogers and Fun. elsewhere in Centeroo. This really was a wonderful set to start winding down what was an INCREDIBLE year down on the farm in Manchester!!!

Mumford and Sons – 06/11/2011 – Manchester, TN

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Mumford and Sons
2011-06-11
Which Stage
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Manchester, Tenn.

Set List:

01 intro
02 Sigh No More
03 Roll Away Your Stone
04 Winter Winds
05 Below my Feet
06 White Blank Page
07 Timshel
08 Hopeless Wanderer
09 Little Lion Man
10 Lover of the Night
11 Thistle and Weeds
12 Lover’s Eyes
13 The Cave
14 Awake My Soul*
15 Dustbowl Dance
16 encore break
17 Amazing Grace *^

Running Time: 1:24

* With Jerry Douglas
^ with members of Old Crow Medicine Show, Cadillac Sky and Apache Relay.

Avantone CK-1 (cardoid) > Fostex FR-2LE (24/48)
Taped by: willsfc
Transferred and Seeded by: MSTaper
*** A Team Dirty South Recording ***

I watched this set and was very impressed with Mumford and Sons. They’re one of those bands you have to see live to appreciate. I’m so glad willsfc taped this one, especially after seeing the “Amazing Grace” encore. I hear there were 19 musicians on stage. I was excited about seeing Apache Relay up there because they just played our town about two weeks ago.

enjoy!

MSTaper

Nine Inch Nails – 06/13/2009 – Manchester, TN

Nine Inch Nails
Bonnaroo
06/13/2009
Manchester, TN

01. Home
02. Terrible Lie
03. Discipline
04. March of the Pigs
05. Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)
06. Metal (Gary Numan cover)
07. Reptile
08. The Becoming
09. I’m Afraid of Americans
10. Burn
11. Gave Up
12. La Mer
13. The Fragile
14. Banged and Blown Through (Saul Williams cover)
15. Non-Entity
16. Gone, Still
17. The Way Out is Through
18. Mr. Self Destruct
19. Survivalism
20. The Hand That Feeds
21. Head Like a Hole
22. Wish (W/ Dillinger Escape Plan)

-Encore 1-
23. Echoplex
24. The Good Soldier
25. Dead Souls (Joy Division cover)
26. The Day The world Went Away

-Encore 2-
27. Hurt

My Morning Jacket – 6/13/2008 – Manchester, TN

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My Morning Jacket
6/13/2008
Bonnaroo Festival
Manchester, TN

Disc 1:
Set 1:

01. – Intro Music -
02. Evil Urges
03. Off the Record
04. Gideon
05. Hot Fun In The Summertime * #
06. Highly Suspicious
07. What A Wonderful Man
08. I’m Amazed
09. Thank You Too
10. Touch Me I’m Going To Scream Pt. 1
11. Sec Walkin
12. Golden
13. Two Halves
14. Lay Low
15. Hit It And Quit It
16. Tyrone
Disc 2:
Set 1 continued:

01. Steam Engine
02. Anytime
03. Aluminum Park
04. Easy Morning Rebel * #
05. Dancefloors * #
06. One Big Holiday ^
Disc 3:
Set 2:

01. – Tuning -
02. Cold Sweat * #
03. Get Down On It * #
04. Across 110th Street * #
05. Wordless Chorus
06. Phone Went West
07. Mahgeetah
08. Oh Sweet Nuthin
09. Librarian
10. Bermuda Highway
11. Dondante

Disc 4:
Set 2 continued:

01. Run Thru
02. Smokin from Shootin
03. Touch Me I’m Going To Scream Pt.2

Encore:
04. Home Sweet Home

Notes:

During Librarian you can hear the rain on the umbrella protecting the mics. Only time I’ve heard it which is surprising with all of the rain we had. Enjoy!

* w/ Jeff Coffin on saxophone
# w/ the Nashville/Louisville Horns
^ w/ Kirk Hammett on guitar

Robert Earl Keen – 6/14/2009 – Manchester, TN

Robert Earl Keen
This Tent
Bonnaroo Music Festival
Manchester, TN
June 14, 2009

Duration: 55min

01. White Room
02. 10,000 Chinese
03. Wolf and Bear
04. Waterfall
05. Rose Hotel
06. Dark Side
07. Man Behind the Drums
08. Broken End
09. Dreadful Selfish Crime
10. The Road Goes On Forever
11. Crossroads

Source: Neumann U89i (Omni split 2′) > Apogee Mini-MP > R-09HR (24/48)
Recorded and Converted By: tonedeaf