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VIDEO & AUDIO: Chris Robinson’s Soulive Revue @ Bear Creek Music Festival 2014

Chris Robinson's Soulive Revue

Chris Robinson’s Soulive Revue
November 15, 2014 – Live Oak, FL @ Bear Creek Music Fest – Amphitheatre Stage

01. West L.A. Fadeaway (with George Porter Jr) [Grateful Dead cover]
02. Hot Stuff [Rolling Stones cover]
03. Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa (Sad Song) [Otis Redding cover]
04. Quitters Never Win (with George Porter Jr & Ivan Neville) [Dr. John cover]
05. Who Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring (with Oteil Burbridge) [Traffic cover]
06. Sugaree (with George Porter Jr & Pee Wee Ellis) [Grateful Dead cover]
07. Space Captain (with Jennifer Hartswick) [Joe Cocker cover]
08. Hard To Handle [Otis Redding / Black Crowes cover]

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Chris Robinson’s Soulive Revue
November 15, 2014
Live Oak, FL @ Bear Creek Music Fest – Amphitheatre Stage

Source: AKG483> V2> DR-07 @ 24/48
Transfer: SoundForge (fades, tracking, Waves L3 processing)> r8brain (24/48 to 16/44.1)> Trader’s Little Helper (WAV to FLAC)> Foobar2000 + Live Show Tagger (tagging)
Recorded, prepped and shared by Scott T.

01. Intro
02. West L.A. Fadeaway (with George Porter Jr) [Grateful Dead cover]
03. Hot Stuff [Rolling Stones cover]
04. Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa (Sad Song) [Otis Redding cover]
05. Quitters Never Win (with George Porter Jr & Ivan Neville) [Dr. John cover]
06. Who Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring (with Oteil Burbridge) [Traffic cover]
07. Sugaree (with George Porter Jr & Pee Wee Ellis) [Grateful Dead cover]
08. Space Captain (with Jennifer Hartswick) [Joe Cocker cover]
09. Hard To Handle [Otis Redding / Black Crowes cover]
10. Gimme Shelter (with George Porter Jr) [Rolling Stones cover]
11. Turn On Your Lovelight (with George Porter Jr, Bernard Purdie & Roosevelt Collier) [Grateful Dead cover]

Chris Robinson – vocals
Eric Krasno – guitar
Alan Evans – drums
Neal Evans – keys
Eric Bloom – trumpet
Ryan Zoidis – sax
Alecia Chakour – background vocals
Jasmine Muhammad – background vocals

Guests:
George Porter Jr. – bass
Ivan Neville – keys
Oteil Burbridge – bass
Pee Wee Ellis – sax
Jennifer Hartswick – background vocals
Bernard Purdie – drums
Roosevelt Collier – steel

Alan Evans

Bear Creek Music & Arts Festival’s 2011 DumpstaJam ft. Dumpstaphunk & Friends

A tradition since the very first Bear Creek Music & Art Festival in 2007 is the Saturday night DumpstaJam featuring Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk and all of their friends. In fact, it was hearing recordings of the DumpstaJam each year that convinced me that I HAD to make it down to Live Oak, Florida to experience the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park for myself. (and it sort of prompted me to start this blog)

2011 was my first time to Bear Creek and I was able to capture a thick slice of funk, the likes of which can only truly be experienced late night in New Orleans or late night in these Florida woods…

PART ONE:
(1) Fight The Power [Isley Brothers cover] (w/ Freekbass & Nigel Hall) >
(2) Bass Duel (Freekbass vs. Louis Cato) >
(3) What Is Hip? [Tower of Power cover] (w/ Freekbass, Louis Cato, Nigel Hall, Eric Krasno & horns)
(4) Dr. Funkenstein [Parliament cover] (w/ Jonathan Lloyd, Rashawn Ross, Khris Royal, Ryan Zoidis, Louis Cato on trombone, ??? on sousaphone, & Nigel Hall)

PART TWO:
(1) Miss You [Rolling Stones cover] (w/ Matt Grondin on first guitar solo, Joey Porter, Billy Iuso on second guitar solo, Nigel Hall on just a little organ)
(2) Livin’ In A World Gone Mad (w/ Andrew Block & Skerik)
(3) Higher [Sly & The Family Stone cover] (w/ Eric Krasno, Zach Deputy, Corey Glover, Derrick Freeman, Louis Cato, Nigel Hall, & horns)

FYI, Dumpstaphunk is on the Live Music Archive and you can stream and/or download many live recordings: http://www.archive.org/details/Dumpstaphunk

Past DumpstaJams:
http://archive.org/details/Dumpstaphunk2007-11-17
http://www.archive.org/details/dumpstaphunk2008-11-15.AKG482.FLAC16
http://www.archive.org/details/dumpstajam2009-11-14.matrix.flac16
http://archive.org/details/INevilleDumpstaphunk2010-11-14
http://archive.org/details/Dumpstaphunk2011-11-12