I already downloaded the Arcade Fire FLAC file from thetradersden.org (recording sound is great!). I'm hoping the STS9 and Pretty Lights shows were recorded. I'll be checking in on this thread often...
Post by itrainmonkeys on Jun 17, 2011 18:51:17 GMT -5
Anyone know an easy way to save these videos? I tried using the download button but that's not working for me. I wait the half hour it says to wait (it's been a whole day now) and it still says i'm over my limit. Any free/easy software that people use?
Post by highlander4 on Jun 17, 2011 19:15:20 GMT -5
I am DYING for Explosions In The Sky.... They were fantastic. Hopefully we will get this soon enough... Also hoping for Grace Potter, Ray LaMontagne, Amos Lee, Galactic, The Decemberists, Bela, and as far as late night goes Bassnectar, Girl Talk, and Pretty Lights.
That isn't part 3 but rather a different source. If you download the first two videos there you've got the whole show. I wish there were both options for all artists as it doesn't appear anyone has a paid membership to megaupload. PM me if anyone wants to throw in on getting one however.
Post by blueslikehail on Jun 18, 2011 9:17:10 GMT -5
we had better get on it, here is the email i got from the audio perv last night:
Hey, thanks for checking out the videos and writing. Unfortunately, I can't really post these anywhere for download. The Bonnaroo people are aware of the videos and unhappy with them being available. Right now, the best way to get them would be to use a screen capture program. I would count on most of the videos being down soon.
anyone with advice on how to do it? i would be willing to give it a shot.
Jun 18: Brian Wilson (Boston) Jul 7: Steely Dan / Steve Winwood (Mansfield MA) Jul 16: Hall & Oates / Sharon Jones (Mansfield MA) Jul 17: Paul McCartney (Boston) Jul 22-24: Newport Folk Sept 24: Copenhagen Beer Celebration (Boston)
Does anyone know if downloads of these shows exist? Bela Fleck & The Flecktones Ray Lamontagne Primus Alison Krauss & Union Station Deervana (Nirvana cover set) Gogol Bordello Mavis Staples Explosions in the Sky
How do I get an account so I can download the Robert Plant one?
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Post by blueslikehail on Jun 20, 2011 23:07:52 GMT -5
forgot to say earlier:
big, big thanks to will for your efforts. i saw rigs at couple roo shows this year and thought about stopping by and saying thanks, but next time.
it makes me sad to see so few tapers and copies of shows, it seems like there are fewer and fewer at roo every year. is this a symptom of it being less jam friendly/seen as more 'corporate' festival, or are there fewer tapers around now in general at all shows? i did a quick look over some 2004 bonnaroo shows on archive.org and counted at least 5 different tapers. this year there were what, 2, maybe 3? judging by the requests on here, maybe we should sponsor a taper ticket or two for next year.
'god bless the tapers, they make the music live' - a shirt i saw for sale at the first bonnaroo
Hey, I know it is only a week out, but I'm really hoping a tape of the Superjam surfaces. I'm pretty sure I remember seeing a single taper's rig at Superjam, but my memory is fuzzy and I could be thinking of Dr. John's set from the night before. I'll echo Will's statement from earlier - we had less tapers than ever this year. I look for rigs at every show I go to, and there were noticeably less tapers than in year's past. In response to the post directly above: yes, I think a decrease in tapers is (at least in large part) due to the move away from a "jamband" festival and towards the "mainstream". Taping is more common in the jam community than other genres or "scenes," so it only follows that a decline in jambands results in a decline in tapers.