"Bassist John Paul Jones was part of the late-addition Superjam Friday night with singer-guitarist Ben Harper and the Roots drummer ?uestlove, and they electrified the pumped-up overflow crowd by beginning with both Harper and Jones on lap steel for a scorching "When the Levee Breaks" and coursing through various other Zeppelin gems, either in their entirety or merely referenced to instant recognition, including "Good Times Bad Times," "How Many More Times" and "Whole Lotta Love." He would join Harper again the next day during the latter's mainstage perf for another full-band version of "Dazed and Confused."
same here....if anyone has a recording of the superjam, please let us know! I didn't feel like going to it cuz there were so many people that there was only standing room like 100ft OUTSIDE of the tent
Does anyone have the setlist for the 07 superjam or the torrent file for it?
I found this info at TTS.com Disc 1 01 Intro/Tuning 02 When The Levee Breaks* 03 Good Times Bad Times > 04 Bass Solo > Ramble On Jam > 05 Inner City Blues (Makes Me Wanna Holler)** 06 Drums Jam > 07 Dazed & Confused***
Disc 2 01 Banter 02 Superstitious^ > 03 Them Changes^ > 04 It's Your Thing^~ 05 Introductions
Band: John Paul Jones - bass Ben Harper - slide guitar & vocals Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson - drums
Notes: * w/ Michael Ward (Ben Harper) on Bass & John Paul Jones on second lap steel guitar ** Cissy Strut teases ***Immigrant Song teases ^with Kirk Douglas (The Roots) on guitar & vocals ~I Wanna Take You Higher teases
Set is dated June 16 as it began after 12am. Inner City Blues is by Marvin Gaye Superstitious is by Stevie Wonder Them Changes is by Buddy Miles (performed by Band of Gypsies) It's Your Thing is by The Isley Brothers