Post by monsterfilmer on Jul 22, 2007 1:24:31 GMT -5
I'm not sure what your musical taste is, but for me I would have to say "Lateralus w/ Tom Morello" by Tool. I'm sure others could give you a better list of songs, but right off the top of my head that would be the obvious choice for me.
Also, you can't go wrong with anything from String Cheese Incident, Gov't Mule or Flips, but I'll leave others to let you know which ones stood out since I wasn't able to make it this year.
Post by BRCHLD LFNT on Jul 22, 2007 9:19:17 GMT -5
Yes, Lateralus w/ Tom Morello by Tool was/is amazing. Flaming Lips - Yeah Yeah Yeah Song or War Pigs White Stripes - Death Letter Decemberists - Mariner's Revenge Song Black Angels - Young Men Dead (it was the first song on the first night for me.)
SuperJam-When The Levee Breaks Ralph Stanley and The Clinch Moutain Boys-Man of Constant Sorrow T-Bone Burnett-Palestine, Texas Tool-Jambi Ornette Coleman(any of the two songs he played during his 45 minute set).
John: We don't even understand our own music Spider: It doesn't, does it matter whether we understand it? At least it'll give us . . . strength John: I know but maybe we could get into it more if we understood it
1. When The Levee Breaks - Superjam 2. Stayin' Alive - String Cheese Incident(w/Keller) 3. Jolene - The White Stripes 4. The Weight - The Decemberists(w/ Mavis Staples and Bobby Bare Jr.) 5. Doobie - Keller Williams (WMDS)
i know you said top 5 but here are a few more great ones: 6. Lateralus - Tool (w/ Tom Morello) 7. Typical - Mute Math 8. Fortune Teller - Xavier Rudd 9. Stay Human - Michael Franti and Spearhead 10. Moby Dick->Livin' Lovin' Maid - Gov't Mule(w/ JPJ)
Post by lordrockinhood on Jul 26, 2007 11:20:44 GMT -5
I can't believe no one has said... Lips- Mountainside The absolute peak moment of the entire weekend for me! Last time I heard them play it was at Maxwells in NJ in 1994, and it was the peak moment of the best concert I've ever been to in my life... that is, until Saturday 7/16/07 at Midnight came along and Wayne and the boys completely took the idea of the concert experience to another level in a way (in my opinion) that hasn't been done since the Pink Floyd of the 70's
Post by the3penguins on Aug 7, 2007 15:26:03 GMT -5
Oh, and here's my list:
The Roots - Masters of War The White Stripes - A Martyr for My Love for You Cold War Kids - Dirt in the Ground -> Hospital Beds The Decemberists w/ Mavis Staples - The Weight Gogol Bordello - The last song where he surfed on the drum
Post by cory's beard on Aug 13, 2007 18:46:59 GMT -5
1: "Taps/Waiting for a Superman" by The Flaming Lips 2: "Transdermal Celebration" by Ween 3: "Sweet Little Lies" by Michael Franti & Spearhead 4: "Breathe In" by Sound Tribe Sector 9 5: "Apres Moi" by Regina Spektor
The Roots - Medley / Masters of War Flaming Lips - Tapsmir/Mountainside Sasha Digweed - Do it again (Checmical Brothers) Tool - Lateralus White Stripes - Ball and Biscuit Gogol Bordello - Start Wearing Purple
regina spektor - baby jesus decemeberists w/ mavis - the weight cold war kids - saint john kings of leon - california waiting langhorne slim - i will
of course the white stripes totally owned, but i was so in awe i can't really remember what blew me away the most. i've tried listening to the audio again, but i get so giddy and excited i have to turn it off...
Post by soundtribe_junkie on Aug 14, 2007 16:27:33 GMT -5
yay...thats right about the stripes I hadnt heard of them before Bonnaroo although my sis had played the icky vid for me before we went. Needless to say, was blown away from the first song. Jack White SPOKE to my heart! ahhhh, they are both bad asses, but jack is a effing wizard with that damn guitar, aint he? Love those lyrics too. He's a smartass...
.. “Whether drugs lead to illumination or degradation depends on the spirit in which one takes them.” -- george andrews .. "And I'm gonna do my best swan dive into shark infested waters, gonna take out my tampon and start splashing around." --ani difranco .. "Don't ask her why she needs to be so free. She'll tell you its the only way to be." -- the rolling stones ..