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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

7 Walkers in Lexington, KY 3/31/11 (VIDEO)

7 Walkers is a super group consisting of The Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann on drums, The Meters’ George Porter Jr on bass, Papa Mali on guitar, and Matt Hubbard on keys, trombone & harmonica. They perform not only classic Dead songs, but also a new batch of songs written by the Dead’s lyricist, Robert Hunter.

In the year and a half that they’ve been touring they have really started to gel as a band, and this 3 hour, 2 DVDR-DL set is a perfect example.

The full DVD download of this show is now available here: http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=90843

For a full review, see this article written by our resident photographer, Rex-A-Vision: http://www.honesttune.com/content/view/3152/29/

And here are some youtube clips:

George Porter Jr’s 63rd Birthday Bash (VIDEO)

I had the pleasure of spending last Christmas in New Orleans. I was also fortunate enough to catch George Porter Jr‘s annual Birthday Bash at the Howlin’ Wolf on the last night of my stay (before driving 12 hours back to Kentucky the next morning).

With George’s permission, I mounted my new HD video camera to the side of Nick Burlison’s audio recording rig, and when the crowd poured out onto the chilly St. Peters Street at 3:15am I had nearly 4 hours of footage! I even shot a few songs from the front row with my iPhone4, which allowed me to make a 2-cam mix for several tunes. The audio on this one is simply top notch. It’s a matrix mix of Louie Liokis’ on-stage schoeps mics and a soundboard patch.

The entire performance, a 4 DVD set, is available to download here: http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=89960

The night began with a 90 minute set from George Porter’s Runnin’ Pardner‘s band. This set featured several classic Meters tunes like Borro, What’Cha Say, & The Dragon, as well as a reworking of Curtis Mayfield‘s “Check Out Your Mind” which exemplifies the way George holds down the groove. George’s wife brought out a cake and his granddaughter came out and sang a diva-like rendition of Happy Birthday. The set ended with a solo performance of a song from George’s new EP of Christmas songs, “Christmas In New Orleans.”

The second set was a free for all of guest players: Stanton Moore, Anders Osborne, Kirk Joseph, Brian Stoltz, June Yamagishi, Tony Hall, Russell Batiste, Eric Bolivar, Terence Higgins, etc. Seven different drummers and five different guitarists! At one point, you had a triple guitar threat of Tony Hall, June Yamagishi, & Brint Anderson ripping through Them Changes & Third Stone From The Sun.

To close out the night, George brought out Billy Iuso & CR Gruver for some Grateful Dead tunes, topping it off with a cover of Sugaree, a song that George has really made his own while touring with Bill Kreutzmann & Papa Mali in their new band, 7 Walkers.

UPDATE with 2 new videos added on 12/27/13:

Christmas In New Orleans:

Is Pray > Dance To The Music > I Want To Take You Higher > Them Changes (w/ Third Stone From The Sun tease):