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Bonnaroo 03 DVD - No moe. or Neil Young

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"270 Miles from Graceland - Bonnaroo 2003"

Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra - Talkatif

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals - Temporary Remedy

Warren Haynes - Beautifully Broken

The Polyphonic Spree - It's the Sun

Leo Kottke & Mike Gordon - William Powell

Bela Fleck and the Flecktones - Sleeper

Widespread Panic - Papa Johnny Road

Medeski Martin and Wood - Uninvisible

My Morning Jacket - Lowdown

Robert Randolph & the Family Band - I Need More Love

Jack Johnson - Mud Football

Tortoise - Tin Cans & Twine

Nickel Creek - I Should've Known Better

Sonic Youth - Bull in the Heather

The Roots - You Got Me

The Dead - Sugar Magnolia [Frown]

The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robot

North Mississippi Allstars - Be So Glad

Yonder Mountain String Band - Mother's Only Son

Ben Kweller - Walk On Me

The Allman Brothers Band - Desdemona

James Brown - I Feel Good

Scratch - Freestyle

Don't forget the great Bonus Footage:

-Backstage Pass with artist interviews and practice sessions

-Press Pass with artist interviews from the press tent

-Photo Gallery

-Artist Info with pictures, bios and setlists

-Portraits with a montage of unused video from the film

-Film Trailer

WTF. Sugar Magnolia again, come on what the hell was the Dead thinking. Where's my moe. & Neil. What about the Wailers that was a great fun midday set for me.

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No Neil isn't a surprise. I didn't think he'd be on there. Especially with a live Greendale DVD to be rumoured for next year.

Sugar Magnolia was a disappointment, definitely. I thought, however, that Phil Lesh is calling all the shots in The Dead these days, not Bobby. Having said that, since the whole thing was filmed, maybe that will end up as a View From The Vault or something. That would make more sense to me, and might explain why they only let Sugar Mag on the film (it's also the Dead song on the CD).

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Originally posted by c-towns:

Anyone have the track listing for the CD?

Disc: 1

1. Sugar Magnolia - The Dead

2. High Cost Of Low Living - The Allman Brothers Band

3. Wasting Time - Jack Johnson

4. A Spoonful Weighs A Ton - The Flaming Lips

5. Space Headz March - Galactic

6. Dancefloors - My Morning Jacket

7. She Is Not Alone - Sonic Youth

8. The Real Thing - Warren Haynes

9. You & I Both (Bonnaroo Style) - Jason Mraz

10. Walk On Me - Ben Kweller

11. It's The Sun - The Polyphonic Spree

Disc: 2

1. Papa Johnny Road - Widespread Panic

2. I Feel Good - James Brown

3. Sexual Healing - Ben Harper And The Innocent Criminals

4. The Seed - The Roots

5. Macha - Medeski Martin & Wood

6. Red Dirt Girl - Emmylou Harris

7. Sleeper - Bela Fleck & The Flecktones

8. Rings - Leo Kottke

9. I Should've Known Better - Nickel Creek

10. Risen - O.A.R.

11. Love Handles - Keller Williams

12. Invisible - Buddahead

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No Particle either, which is bullshit, because while I wasn't there, I do have their set from Roo '03, and it kicks much ass... I have a bunch of other sets as well, and bands like the Polyphonic Spree, Sonic Youth & The Roots did not play half as well as Particle did. I mean come on... Nothing against those other bands, but Particle definately had one of the best sets at the Roo. If it's about exposure, etc., why not expose people to the best late night act there is at the moment? Why "expose" people to household names like James Brown, ABB, The Dead, etc? That's not exposure, that's making a profit...

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It all comes down to business, who is included on what. Maybe .moe wanted more money than Sanctuary was willing to give them, perhaps Particle didn't want to sign a contract for that song giving the people that put the collections together propriatorship (sic) over one of their songs for ten to fifteen years.

Interestingly enough, having looked at the liners to the CD and being familiar with most of the bands, pretty much everyone on the CD is major-label affiliated. Take that for what it's worth. Can't say the same for the DVD though.

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