Post by flyingmonkeys on Mar 1, 2010 16:44:09 GMT -5
1. Jay-Z 2. The Flaming Lips 3. Stevie Wonder 4. Deadmau5 5. DMB 6. The Dead Weather 7. John Fogerty 8. Tenacious D 9. Weezer 10. Les Claypool
Picking is a little rough, but for me it honestly depends on the schedule. If I'm feeling well early or late in the day then some of the bands on the bottom part of the list would be higher than if the bands at the top of the list were playing when I'm not feeling well. Any vet understands that!
I grew up worshipping Rock and Roll like a religion. I know its shortcomings and strengths but have loved it unconditionally all the same since I was eight-years old. I ran away and joined the circus and honestly, I'm still as obsessed as I was as a boy. I'm not a kid anymore but I still remember how it felt and it doesn't really feel all that different to me now.
1. Jeff Beck 2. Stevie Wonder 3. DMB 4. John Fogerty 5. Tenacios D 6. Flaming Lips 7. Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers 8.Blues Traveler 9. Les Claypool 10. Daryl Hall & Chromeo Plus many more. Come on bonnaroo!!! Good times for all
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Post by jesmith5508 on Mar 5, 2010 14:38:35 GMT -5
I've compiled the data so far. My system was 10 points for 1 ranking, 9 for 2, and so on down to 1 point for a 10 ranking. Anything past 10 or honorable mentions I did not include in the rankings. People that didn't assign ranks or said "no order" I assigned 5 points per each. In the case of ties, I gave each artist the same points for the rank.
The Inforoo top bands as of March 5... 1. The Flaming Lips (with Stardeath and White Dwarfs performing the Dark Side of the Moon) -- 661 2. Stevie Wonder -- 590 3. Jay-Z -- 495 4. Dave Matthews Band -- 339 5. LCD Soundsystem -- 332 6. The Dead Weather -- 306 7. Tenacious D -- 258 8. Phoenix -- 236 8. The Black Keys -- 236 10. The Avett Brothers -- 215 ------ 11. Deadmau5 -- 205 12. Jeff Beck -- 199 13. John Fogerty -- 190 14. Damian Marley & Nas -- 185 15. Les Claypool -- 171 16. Weezer -- 170 17. John Prine -- 137 18. Daryl Hall & Chromeo -- 136 19. Regina Spektor -- 134 20. The National -- 121 ----- The rest of the list in order: Thievery Corporation (116), Jimmy Cliff (114), Medeski Martin & Wood (93), The Disco Biscuits, GWAR, Dan Deacon Ensemble, Norah Jones, Bassnectar, Clutch, Dave Rawlings Machine, Dropkick Murphys, Lotus, She & Him, Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers, The xx, Kings of Leon, They Might Be Giants, Kid Cudi, Isis, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Blitzen Trapper, Neon Indian, Mumford & Sons, Calexico, Manchester Orchestra, John Butler Trio, Blues Traveler, The Dodos, the Melvins, Local Natives, Against Me, Dr. Dog, Miike Snow, Tinariwen, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, the Gaslight Anthem, Tori Amos, Baroness, Kris Kristofferson, Japandroids, Trombone Shorty, Mayer Hawthorne, OK Go, Zac Brown Band, Fanfarlo, Lucero, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Punch Brothers, Big Sam's Funky Nation, Jay Electronica, Hot Rize, Martin Sexton, Ween, Rise Against, Wale, 311, Umphrey's McGee, B.O.B., Cross Canadian Ragweed, Needtobreathe, The Entrance Band, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Here We Go Magic, Miranda Lambert, The Temper Trap, Alison Krauss, Baaba Maal, Diane Birch, Ingrid Michaelson, Tokyo Police Club, (Mew), Brandi Carlile, The Postelles [zero vote getters: Jamey Johnson, Julia Nunes, Monte Montgomery, Rebelution, Gary Chardonnay]
2010: 3/12: The Bad Plus/Happy Apple/Buffalo Collision/The Bad Apple 6/10-13: Bonnaroo 6/19: Rock the Garden 7/30-31: Mid West Music Fest 8/21: Los Hombres Calientes 8/31: Marijuana Death Squads 9/11: The Book of Right On w/ City on the Make 9/23: Of Montreal w/ Janelle Monae 10/4: Broken Social Scene 11/23: Grinderman
1. Stevie Wonder 2. The Dead Weather 3. The Flaming Lips 4. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 5. Calexico 6. Lucero 7. The Avett Brothers 8. Cross Canadian Ragweed 9. Dave Rawlings Machine 10. John Prine Langhorne Slim
Alas, I can't go this year. But I will have to say that most of these acts I can catch elsewhere. But nothing will ever take the place of Roo.
1. Stevie Wonder 2. Jeff Beck 3. Jimmy Cliff 4. Jay Z 5. Galactic 6. Kris Kristoferson 7. MMW 8. Damian Marley and Nas 9. The Flaming Lips 10. Trombone Shorty 11. GWAR 12. John Fogerty 13. John Prine 14. The Dead Weather 15. The Melvins
i thank you tremendously jesmith for adding all that up because i know i would have broken down and added it all up myself eventually but you've saved me the time. i'm not surprised by the top four, but number 5 is pretty interesting. the rest of the top 20 make sense. its good (and bad i suppose) to see that the acts i am most excited to see are going to be must see shows for y'all as well. but that does mean we'll have some crowded sets to fight over space for! and probably a lot of tough conflicts
Post by nodepression on Mar 7, 2010 0:00:44 GMT -5
Haha are you seriously asking who likes the Flaming Lips?
They've played Coachella, Roo, Pitchfork, Wakarusa... they have hipster and hippie fans. They pretty much appeal to everybody. Soft Bulletin and Yoshimi are classics, Embryonic is a daunting double album that has amazing dark elements and krautrock freak outs, their older stuff is great garage rock.