Saturday, 28 November 2015

My Morning Jacket - Bonnaroo, 2008.

From the Internet Archive (IA) this is My Morning Jacket live on the Which Stage at Bonnaroo, USA, back on the 13th June 2008. The Which Stage is basically the second stage and generally features the last performance before that of the headlining act each night. After the headlining act performs, a late-night show often follows here.

As was the case on this occasion. The band toured in support of their then new album Evil Urges that summer, which included a storied appearance at Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. The band, beginning at midnight, performed for four hours in the rain. Unfazed by a torrential downpour for much of its first half, the band's set went on to feature thirty five songs, including all but two tracks from Evil Urges and numerous covers, and featured guest appearances from Kirk Hammett of Metallica. The set has commonly been regarded as among the band's personal best and in the history of that festival; Rolling Stone called it "career-defining."

Recording Details: Source Neumann ak40 > lc3 > ka100 > km100 (FOB, 5' LOC, 7.5' up, NOS,) > Lunatec V3 > MTII (24/48), Lineage Microtrack II > PC > Wavelab 5 (Fades, 48k>44k, MBIT+ Dither) > CD Wave > FLAC.

Sound Quality: Good to very good (widely regarded as one of Bonnaroo as well as the bands best concerts, the audio quality holds up for the whole four hour duration, for what is something of a legendary performance).

Set List:

Set 1:
Evil Urges
Off the Record
Gideon
Hot Fun (Sly & the Family Stone)
Highly Suspicious
What a Wonderful Man
I'm Amazed
Thank You Too!
Touch Me I'm Going To Scream Pt.1
Sec Walkin
Golden
Two Halves
Lay Low
Hit It And Quit It
Tyrone
Steam Engine
Anytime
Aluminum Park
Easy Morning Rebel
Dancefloors
One Big Holiday

Set 2:
Cold Sweat
Get Down On It
Across 110th Street
Wordless Chorus
Phone Went West
Mahgeetah
Oh Sweet Nuthin
Librarian
Bermuda Highway
Dondante
Run Thru
Smokin from Shootin
Touch Me I'm Going To Scream Pt.2
Encore: Home Sweet Home

Website: Official Here.

Comments: There are FLAC, Ogg Vorbis and mp3 download files, along with the streaming material over at the Internet Archive (here).

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