Thursday bands always are hard to find sets for, some of the tapers may not be there, and also, BDS was one of the first bands to play this year, making it even harder for some tapers to get all the equipment over there.......
that being said, I'd love to have that set as well......
Post by candyflippedaround on Jul 2, 2008 21:08:06 GMT -5
this was the first full set i watched, caught a bit of WMMF and newton faulkner before this, hten my friends went to see the celtics game. i just couldnt justify traveling 1000 miles to Bonnaroo to miss shows to watch a basketball game. if i cared that much about the finals, i wouldnt have come to bonnaroo at all. in their defense it wasnt their first or even second year but i mean cmon, its fucking bonnaroo. why do you want to go watch basketball over music
I was looking for the same thing man, if we could get a download for BDS I would really appreciate that. After seeing this show the rest of the weekend could not top it, I've been addicted to them ever since.
Knowles, whose deep singing voice has been described as “husky-beyond-his-years,” wrote all but one of the tracks on ROLL AWAY, which became a Top 5 staple on Billboard’s Blues chart. After parting company with his original bandmates—Adam Jones and Ross Doyle—early this year, he began to record the follow up to ROLL AWAY, for which he has also written the majority of the material. Scheduled for release by Blix Street this summer, the recording is produced by Grammy-winning singer-songwriter-guitarist Peter Frampton.
Taking a break from finishing his new CD, Knowles has been tapped to open for guitar legend Jeff Beck on a short tour for which he will take the stage alone for the first time. Despite the thousands of miles he’s already logged on the road, he’s anxious to get back out there to play. “You should play music because you love doing it,” he says, “If you can hang in for the long haul, you’re doing what most people can’t, and you’re incredibly lucky.” To coincide with the Jeff Beck tour, Blix Street will release a retrospective of one of Back Door Slam’s most acclaimed performances—BACK DOOR SLAM—LIVE FROM BONNAROO—recorded at the June, 2008 festival in Manchester, Tennessee. BACK DOOR SLAM—LIVE FROM BONNAROO will be available as a digital download and double vinyl album.