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VIDEO: Tortoise 3/22/16 Louisville, Kentucky @ Headliners Music Hall

Tortoise Louisville 2016

Tortoise 3/22/16 Louisville, KY @ Headliners:
Part 1 of 3:
High Class Slim Came Floatin’ In, Gigantes, Seneca

Tortoise 3/22/16 Louisville, KY @ Headliners:
Part 2 of 3:
Ox Duke, Shake Hands With Danger, Gesceap, Hot Coffee, Yonder Blue, At Odds With Logic, Prepare Your Coffin, The Suspension Bridge At Iguazu Falls

Tortoise 3/22/16 Louisville, KY @ Headliners:
Part 3 of 3:
Encore: Ten-Day Interval > Crest

Tortoise 2016 Louisville Headliners

Tortoise
March 22, 2016
Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall

AUDIO DOWNLOAD: TORRENT or Live Music Archive

source: Schoeps mk4v (FOB/DINa) > kcy > Sonosax SX-M2/LS2 > Mytek 192 > Tascam HD-P2 (24/48)
transfer: CF > Sound Studio > xACT > .flac (16/44)
Taped by Brian Porter

01. The Catastrophist
02. Ox Duke
03. Shake Hands With Danger
04. Gesceap
05. Hot Coffee
06. Yonder Blue
07. At Odds With Logic
08. Prepare Your Coffin
09. The Suspension Bridge At Iguazu Falls
10. High Class Slim Came Floatin’ In
11. Gigantes
12. Seneca
Encore:
13. Ten-Day Interval >
14. Crest

Dan Bitney
John McEntire
John Herndon
Jeff Parker
Douglas McCombs

Primus – Louisville, Kentucky – videos + exclusive radio audio

Primus 10/10/11 Louisville, KY @ 91.9 WFPK
Interview – Lee Van Cleef – Interview – Tragedy’s a’ Comin’

Primus ripped through Louisville, Kentucky, last Monday with their original lineup of Les Claypool, Larry LaLonde and Jay Lane. I’ve seen them over the years with each of their three drummers (Tim “Herb” Alexander” and Brian “Brain” Mantia) and I can honestly say that Jay Lane is my favorite. After all, he was the one that helped develop the original Primus sound in the late-1980’s and he did co-write most of the songs on Frizzle Fry & Sailing The Seas of Cheese. To me, his playing is groovier and tighter than the other drummers. Also, to his credit, his return to the band rekindled the Primus spark and inspired Claypool to write and record a new album, so you can’t fault him for that.

Early in the afternoon of October 10, 2011, Primus entered the studio at our favorite independent radio station, 91.9 WFPK Radio Louisville. Here I bring you the exclusive recording of their interview and performance. You can stream it at the top of this page, or press the down arrow on the soundcloud bar to download the 83mb lossless FLAC file (Sidenote: Although it was recorded from the webstream, which was most likely a lossy MP3-quality stream, I chose not to downgrade the quality further by compressing it to MP3 again. And that’s why you get a FLAC file and not an MP3. But really is that extra 60mb really gonna tip the scales and fill your hard drive to the bursting point?).

Here I also present the videos I shot from the front row. The audio has been upgraded with my friend’s recording with schoeps microphones, which is available to download over at etree. The video starts out with Extinction Burst (one of my favorite tracks off the new album), and then there is nearly 5 minutes of Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers, including most of Claypool’s bass solo jam middle part. It ends abruptly about 1.5 minutes before the end of the song due to “security.”

The Funky Meters – 4th of July in Louisville, Kentucky (VIDEO)

The Funky Meters were the featured performers at Louisville’s free annual Waterfront Independence Festival. Although they started over an hour late due to “technical difficulties,” it gave them the chance to play right through the fireworks display. It was quite an experience to see the fireworks display over the Ohio river while The Funky Meters ripped through Jimi Hendrix’s version of the Star Spangled Banner!

This featured video is a 26 minute edit of the set’s highlights, including the opening Cissy Strut, Chug-A-Lug, Africa, Doodle Oop (one of my favorite Meter’s tunes), The Star Spangled Banner, Fire On The Bayou, Just Kissed My Baby, and a blistering impromptu version of Jim Hendrix’s Purple Haze! Oh, and there are some fireworks on the video too…

I have to thank CMescia for sharing his audio recording (made with neumann mics) for this project. And i’d like to assure everyone that I will eventually get the full show posted as a DVD at thetradersden.org. For now, the full audio is available to download here: http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=546918.

Finally, a shout-out to Rex-A-Vision who couldn’t make it out this night. I guess he just had too much fun at the Electric Forest festival the day before…