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Live from Bonnaroo 2004


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  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sanctuary Records
  • DVD Release Date: May 17, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009A40M0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,803 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on May 12, 2005
Disc One:

1. Burning Spear - - Postman

2. My Morning Jacket -- One Big Holiday

3. Los Lonely Boys -- Cottonfields and Crossroads

4. Gillian Welch -- Caleb Meyer

5. Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra -- Ska Me Crazy

6. Praxis -- Praxis One

7. Dave Matthews & Friends -- Trouble

8. The Black Keys -- Hard Row

9. X-Ecutioners -- Symphony for 6 Turntables

10. Steve Winwood -- Dear Mr. Fantasy

11. Gov't Mule -- Blind Man in the Dark

12. Damien Rice -- Volcano

13. Primus -- My Friend Fats

14. moe. -- Rebubula

Disc Two:

1. Robert Randolph & The Family Band -- Moving in the Right Direction

2. Gomez -- Nothing is Wrong

3. Ani DiFranco -- Evolve

4. Galactic -- Bongo Joe

5. North Mississippi Allstars Hill Country Revue -- Snake Drive

6. Guster -- FaFa

7. Kings of Leon -- Trani

8. Trey Anastasio -- Alive Again

9. Chris Robinson -- 40 Days

10. Femi Kuti -- Truth Don't Die

11. Antigone Rising -- Push It

12. Beth Orton -- Best Bit

13. Doc Watson & Jack Lawrence -- Lady Be Good

14. Ween -- Zoloft

15. Taj Mahal -- Linda Lu

16. The Dead -- Good Lovin'
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Eric Stegman on June 30, 2005
Many will discount this DVD, explaining to you how more popular bands or well known songs should be on this compilation. While this may be true, I would urge you and those giving such reviews, to remeber what Bonnaroo is really about - Music. As a festival Bonnaroo has tried to bring a mixture of genres and artists, new and old. The only guiding principle deciding which artists, is one question: "Do they play great live music?." I think you'll find that this DVD is jam packed with great footage, sure to keep you jammin all night, even if you don't know whose singing your new favorite song. Don't be scared like some reviewers, thats not what Bonnaroo is about, buy the DVD, you'll love it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By funkyMeters on October 4, 2005
Although this DVD does not take on a documentary style form as does the 2002 dvd, the performances are as incredible if not better than the 2002 dvd. my favs include doc watson, north mississippi, ween, moe., primus, burning spear, femi kuti. and to top it all of robert randolph and the family band with eric krasno is the most incredible guitar work ive ever seen. even though you dont get to see daniel play slap bass like in the 02 dvd, it still rocks! This dvd has little commentary abt side amusements at the festival and hardly any interviews. but the special features on it are magnificent. A great interview with Yonder Mountain String Band, however too bad they got snubbed on the dvd. Also, watch the Dead's interview. Phil Lesh's acerbic comments will give you a good laugh. The sound is magnificent too. No drawbacks to getting this one but the 02 dvd does have more of a narrative and informative take on the festival.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By P. Rhode on March 2, 2006
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Why? The lineup of artists is excellent, with the entire spectrum of groove found here. The performances are excellent bar none, not just on a musical perspective, but how the DVD has captured the artist and audience. I don't need to list the performers-you can read it yourself. But I can tell you that the quality of film and sound is perfect, especially if you play it through a PA or good sound system and TV (I know you'll have one in this day and age). The artitsts are especially on focus here, and the jams are in their entirety, so you can see and learn from their masterful work on their respective instrument or vocal. The DVD also interlaces shots of the crowd members and their sometimes estatic outbursts (and lots of shots of babes, too!) This is a HIGHSIERRABASSPLAYER MUST BUY!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Clark on May 6, 2007
This dvd is great for giving a taste of what Bonnaroo is. A taste is all a movie of the festival can hope to offer, because actually being there is such a soul-stirring experience.

The photography and editing during the performances are impressive and very fun to watch. No annoying cut-aways or effects. Many of the songs chosen for the DVD are great choices. Steve Winwood's "Dear Mr. Fantasy" is breathtaking. Trey Anastasio, Ween, Primus, Taj Mahal, Galactic, and Gillian Welch are awesome too. I was surprised by Los Lonely Boys, who deliver some heavy, rockin' blues.

Definitely worth the money. Putting it on always satiates my appetite for the next festival. Now all we need is for Danny Clinch to put together some 05 and 06 DVDs!!!!!!!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joshua J. Koester on June 3, 2005
Id like to reiterate what everyone has already said aboutt his wonderful DVD. Each year the collection on DVD from Bonnaroo exceeds the previous one. This is no exception. Bonnaroo has gone back to the 2 DVD format and LOADED them with content. The only discrepency is that the Trey song is actually First Tube...at least mine is. Which is no problem, seeing as how it was the bombast finale to the entire weekend. The camera work is incendiary and the editing is flawless. On alot of music DVDs there are far away shots where you can obviously tell its stock footage from another song...this is not the case here. Every performance is seamless. See you at Bonnaroo 05!!!!
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