Red hot chili peppers bonnaroo 2012 review
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His That Tent stage was cartoonishly doctored-up to look like a horror show (or an Eighties music video stage as the shock-rocker played what seemed like all of his hits, from "Eighteen" and "Poison" to the night's ultimate crowd-pleaser, "Feed My Frankenstein." There was no shortage.
From anywhere else near or acid pro 7 keygen only within Centeroo, it must have sounded like God was losing a fiercely contested game of Call of Duty. . His assembled band also included the Roots' guitarist Captain Kirk Douglas, keyboardist James Poyser, session great (and the Who's touring bassist) Pino Palladino and the Time guitarist Jesse Johnson. ."Ladies and gentlemen, D'Angelo." Wearing a black tank top and a chain and looking insanely buff, D'Angelo showed no rust.He seemed perfectly comfortable jamming on the keys, rocking back and forth and letting his smooth falsetto run wild on covers like Funkadelic's "Hit it and Quit It Led Zeppelin's "What Is and What Should Never Be" and a wildly entertaining take on the Beatles.Jr., Grouplove, White Denim, soja, Big Gigantic, Fruit Bats, Moon Taxi, The Soul Rebels, The Lonely Forest, ALO, Blind Pilot, Ben Howard, Trampled By Turtles, Mimosa, and Spectrum Road (featuring Santana, John Medeski, Jack Bruce, Cindy Blackman, and Vernon Reid.).Update: Heres the poster: Previous Story, video: Jack White Love Interruption, next Story."We don't know any more songs.The crowd chanted fiercely for one more song at the end, but Questlove returned to the stage and said they had regretfully run out of material.On hand to represent music's zeitgeist, not its legacy, Skrillex crammed glow-stick lobbers into the Which Stage area and well into the heart of Centeroo, as the asymmetrically-coiffed DJ-producer held complete control over the crowd from inside his onstage spaceship.After the song, D'Angelo stretched his arm like he'd just finished a challenging workout and grinned it was clear his mojo is stronger than ever.This years bill is headlined by Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish, and the reunited Beach Boys, with Bon Iver, The Shins, Dispatch, Foster the People, The Avett Brothers, Skrillex, Feist, and Aziz Ansari among the other heavyweights.