My Morning Jacket – 06/29/2013 – Atlanta, GA

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My Morning Jacket
6-29-2013
Aaron’s Amphitheater at Lakewood
Atlanta, GA

One Set
1. The Dark
2. It Beats 4 U
3. Gideon
4. Wordless Chorus
5. Phone Went West
6. Wonderful (The Way I Feel)
7. I Know You Rider
8. Circuital
9. Victory Dance

Encore
10. One Big Holiday

* with Bob Weir on guitar and vocals

Notes:
Part of the AmericanaramA traveling fest with Bob Dylan, Wilco and Bob Weir

Source: Church Audio CA-11 (cards) > Church Audio CA-9200 > Sony PCM-M10 (24/48) > Micro SD Card
Recorded & Transferred by mccordo

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

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Jim James – 04/30/2013 – Washington DC

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Jim James
30 April 2013
9:30 Club
Washington, D.C.

01. State Of The Art
02. Know Til Now
03. Dear One
04. A New Life
05. Exploding
06. Of The Mother Again > Actress
07. All Is Forgiven
08. God’s Love To Deliver
09. break
10. Funny How Time Slips Away
11. Wonderful
12. Hopefully
13. Dear God (Sincerely M.O.F.)
14. His Master’s Voice
15. The Right Place
16. Losin Yo Head
17. Changing World

Notes:

– Cold Specks opened
– Sold out show

Source: DPA 4023 (DIN) > Lunatec V3 (digital) > Edirol R-44 (24/48)
Recorded by Alex Leary

 

My Morning Jacket – 08/03/2012 – Morrison, CO

My Morning Jacket
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison, CO
08/03/2012

01 ROLLIN BACK
02 THE WAY THAT HE SINGS
03 HEARTBREAKIN’ MAN
04 THE DARK
05 LOWDOWN
06 OUTTA MY SYSTEM
07 HOLDIN ON TO BLACK METAL
08 FIRST LIGHT
09 WAR BEGUN
10 I WILL SING YOU SONGS
11 WONDERFUL (THE WAY I FEEL)
12 LIBRARIAN
13 ROCKET MAN (ELTON JOHN)
14 TONIGHT I WANT TO CELEBRATE WITH YOU
15 WORDLESS CHORUS
16 EVIL URGES
17 TYRONE (ERYKAH BADU)
18 MASTER PLAN
19 WHAT A WONDERFUL MAN
20 EASY MORNIN’ REBEL
21 IT’S ABOUT TWILIGHT NOW
22 NEVER TEAR US APART (INXS)
23 ANYTIME
24 CROWD

ENCORE:

25 BUTCH CASSIDY
26 VICTORY DANCE
27 OFF THE RECORD
28 COBRA
29 ROCK THE CASBAH (THE CLASH)
30 GIDEON

Was very windy towards the end of the show.
I could hear wind through the PA.

Trombone Shorty and Band of Horses Opened

Source:Schoeps MK22>Kwon NOS>KC5>CMC6>analog>788T (HPF 0) 24/48
Recorded by Bennett Schwartz

My Morning Jacket – 08/18/2012 – Columbia, MD

My Morning Jacket
8-18-12
Columbia, MD
“Merriweather Post Pavilion”

Set:

D101 Tonight I Wanna Celebrate With You
D102 Outta My System
D103 Anytime >
D104 Aluminum Park
D105 Mahgeetah
D106 Lay Low
D107 War Begun >
D108 I Will Sing You Songs
D109 I’m Amazed
D110 O Is The One That Is Real
D111 The Way That He Sings
D112 I Think I’m Going To Hell
D201 Cobra Pt 1 & 2 >
D202 Run Thru >
D203 Cobra Pt 3 >
D204 Holdin’ On To Black Metal
D205 Phone Went West
D206 Gideon

Encore:
D207 Bermuda Highway (Jim solo)
D208 Wonderful*
D209 Circuital
D210 Victory Dance
D211 Wordless Chorus
D212 Rock The Casbah**
D213 One Big Holiday

* w/Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses
** w/Band of Horses and Ben’s daughters

AKG463s(POS)>MP-1s>PMD661(Oade WMOD)@24/48
Recording and transfer by DATBRAD

Photo © Kevin Hill / Chunky Glasses

My Morning Jacket – 10/26/2010 – Louisville, KY

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My Morning Jacket
October 26th 2010
KFC YUM Center
Louisville,KY

01.Intro music
02.Wordless Chorus *
03.Evil Urges *
04.Gideon *
05.Way He Sings *
06.HeartBreakin Man
07.Golden
08.Thank You Too *
09.Evelyn Is Not Real
10.Anytime
11.Mahgeetah
12.Carried Away
13.Wonderful (The Way I Feel) *
14.I’m Amazed
15.Circuital
16.Dondante
17.Smoking From Shootin >
18.(End Of)Run Thru >
19.Touch Me I’m Going To Scream Pt.2
2o.(End Of) Lay Low >
21.Phone Went West

encores
22.crowd
23.Bermuda Highway *
24.Librarian *
25.Touch Me I’m Going To Scream Pt.1
26.Highly Suspicious
27.Off The Record
28.Move On Up
29.One Big Holiday #

* = with The Louisville Youth Orchestra
# pops from Balloon’s that were dropped from the celing

Source: (FOB) Schoeps CCM41 (DINa) > Luntatec V2 > Sound Devices 702 @ 24/48
Taped and Transfered: Brent Stober

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

My Morning Jacket – 12/31/2006 – San Francisco, CA

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My Morning Jacket
NYE 2006
The Filmore
San Francisco, CA

“There have been many epic My Morning Jacket shows over the past decade – their “coming-of-age” afternoon set in the rain of Bonnaroo 2004; their marathon late night set there four years later; the hometown party in Louisville at Waterfront Park in August 2008; and the huge NYE gig a few months later at Madison Square Garden. Any of these concerts could have made our list, but it was MMJ’s New Year’s Eve 2006 run at The Fillmore that takes the cake. The band was experiencing huge growth, both musically and in terms of ticket sales and would soon be dubbed “America’s best live band” byRolling Stone, LA Weekly and many JamBase writers to name a few. This show put them on one of the most famous stages in the world on the biggest night of them all and they killed it.

The three-night extravaganza culminated in a sprawling NYE celebration that included an ambitious theatrical element inspired by the old video game The Oregon Trail. The mood was built upon a “Donner Party meets Little House On The Prairie” theme with the band dressed as settlers and native Americans, and the spirits came to life with a number of well executed skits that eventually found bassist Two-Tone Tommy coming back from the dead and killing his bandmates in retribution for eating him earlier in the show (food was scarce on the trail). And that was just the backdrop for a night of extremely well played classic Jacket tracks mixed with rare nuggets and a slew of covers including AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell,” Kool & The Gang’s “Celebration,” Lionel Richie’s “All Night Long,” Wham’s “Careless Whisper” and Prince’s “I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man.” The show was an instant classic. But like most of the bands that really stick with us, a Jacket concert is more than just a rock show. It’s big, heady stuff and has the ability to open us up and help us feel and connect. It’s an experience, and on NYE 2006 My Morning Jacket seized the moment and created something special. What The Fillmore run announced was a world class band with ambitions beyond just performing their songs well.”

via JamBase

2011 Compilation – Team Dirty South Recordings

Christmas Compilation 2011
Col. George and Chris Davis Masters

*Team Dirty South Recordings*

Disc 1:
01 – Free Man – Dangermuffin – 06/25 – Pour House – James Island, SC
02 – Quarter Tank of Gasoline – Bloodkin – 05/27 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC
03 – Hattiesburg Hustle – Warren Haynes Band – 10/21 – Blackbaud Stadium – Daniel Island, SC
04 – Good Night Darlin’ – Cornmeal – 10/21 – Blackbaud Stadium – Daniel Island, SC
05 – Bowlegged Woman* – Widespread Panic – 09/17 – Williamsburg Waterfront – Brooklyn, NY
06 – Eyes of the World – Reckoning – 11/20 – Blue Pearl Farm – McClellanville, SC
07 – Midnight Moonlight – The Gourds – 02/25 – Rifle Club – Charleston, SC
08 – Gimme Back My Wig – Shane Pruitt Band – 03/16 – Pour House – James Island, SC
09 – Bertha – Los Lobos** – 12/10 – Civic Center – Asheville, NC
10 – The Ocean – Elise Testone and the Freeloaders – 07/30 – Windjammer Back Porch – Isle of Palms, SC
11 – Dear Prudence*** – Govt Mule – 12/10 – Civic Center – Asheville, NC

Disc 2:
01 – Road to Nowhere – Greensky Bluegrass – 06/16 – Pour House – James Island, SC
02 – Cissy Strut – Wadata – 11/01 – Pour House Back Deck – James Island, SC
03 – The Way It Is – Hit or Miss**** – 06/07 – Pour House Back Deck – James Island, SC
04 – Gideon – My Morning Jacket – 10/21 – Blackbaud Stadium – Daniel Island, SC
05 – Roll Another Number [For the Road] – Dead Confederate – 05/27 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC
06 – Whatever You Like – Brock Butler and Stratton Moore – 11/25 – P.I.T. – Pawleys Island, SC
07 – Scapegoat Blues – Bela Fleck and Friends – 12/10 – Civic Center – Asheville, NC
08 – Comfortably Numb – Zac Brown Band***** – 10/21 – Blackbaud Stadium – Daniel Island, SC
09 – White Dirt – Stockholm Syndrome – 08/16 – Pour House – James Island, SC
10 – Sullivans Island – Sol Driven Train – 04/27 – Joe Riley Stadium – Charleston, SC
11 – Wharf Rat – Phil Lesh and Friends*** – 12/10 – Civic Center – Asheville, NC

Disc 3:
01 – Candyman – David Gans****** – 11/01 – Pour House – James Island, SC
02 – Get in the Van – Umphreys McGee – 02/16 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC
03 – Delta Merchantile – Henrys Attic – 07/06 – Awendaw Green Barn Jam – Awendaw, SC
04 – On the Road to Charlie Parker – Anders Osborne feat. Luther Dickinson – 12/06 – Pour House – James Island, SC
05 – New Potato Caboose – Futhur – 04/02 – Coliseum – North Charleston, SC
06 – Hells Bells – Shovels and Rope – 05/27 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC
07 – Shake Your Hips – Bloodkin******* – 10/29 – Pour House – James Island, SC
08 – Helltembre – Lindsay Holler and Western Polaroids – 07/30 – Windjammer Back Porch – Isle of Palms, SC
09 – Mercy – Lost Highway – 05/16 – Pour House Front Deck – James Island, SC
10 – Chainsaw City – Bret Mosley – 10/29 – Pour House – James Island, SC
11 – Rocket Man – Christmas Jam Family Band – 12/10 – Civic Center – Asheville, NC
12 – Dream Song – Widespread Panic – 04/12 – Township Auditorium – Columbia, SC

notes:
*with “Use Me” rap/jam
**with Warren Haynes and Jackie Green
***with Jimmy Herring
****with Ross Bogan
*****with Warren Haynes
******with Roy Jay Band members
*******Danny on harmonica

-Always with thanks to Todd Trego and Bryan Austin