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Live at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival

by New Monsoon

This album is New Monsoon's first live album from the legendary music festival in Telluride, and it captures the band doing their thing, playing Live to thousands of people
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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2. Painted Moon
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3. Calypso
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4. Blue Queen
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5. Daddy Long Legs
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6. Rock Springs Road
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8. Tabla Solo
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San Francisco's New Monsoon is pleased to release the band's first official live recording, "Live from the Telluride Bluegrass Festival." Captured this past June at the legendary music festival, New Monsoon wowed this festival's audience, music lovers from all around the world, with their unique blend of Indian and Latin rhythms, bluegrass and rock. During a relentless 2004 touring schedule, New Monsoon performed at major music festivals and venues across the United States including Bonnaroo, Oregon Country Fair, the Austin City Limits Festival, Magnolia Festival, Red Rocks Amphitheater and The Fillmore. 2004 also saw New Monsoon featured on both Sirius and XM Satellite Radio. New Monsoon's "Live from the Telluride Bluegrass Festival" captures the band's live energy and musical innovation that has fans traveling the country to see the next band's performance



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Great band - Good album
I saw these guys live recently (12/2004) and their show was AMAZING. This album is good, and admittedly I haven't listened to it very much yet, but it doesn't seem to capture the energy, jazz and innovative guitars that I felt I heard at the live show. I give their live performance 5 stars. I give this CD 3 - 4 stars.