The Warren Haynes Band: Live From The Moody Theater, out April 24th (Stax/Concord Music Group), is a two-set multi-camera DVD concert film/audio CD package shot in Austin, TX during the band’s “pure dynamite” (Boston Globe) debut world tour. You can PRE-ORDER the DVD here.
The blazing 2.5-hour show features several cuts from Haynes’ GRAMMY-nominated solo release ‘Man In Motion’ as well as Hendrix’s “Spanish Castle Magic,” Steely Dan’s “Pretzel Logic,” Sam Cooke’s classic “A Change Is Gonna Come” & Warren’s live staple “Soul Shine” and more. Guests include the Groove Line horns and 2012 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Ian McLagan of The Faces.
The Warren Haynes Band features a hand-picked band including R&B kingpins Ron Johnson on bass, Terence Higgins on drums, Nigel Hall on keyboards, Ron Holloway on saxophone and Alecia Chakour on vocals.
All Pre-Orders come with an exclusive live bonus CD of acoustic Warren Haynes performances from the 2011 tour. This bonus disc will also include the three tracks that are only on the DVD portion of Live At The Moody Theater, which are "Power & The Glory" from the show itself, and "Patchwork Quilt" & "Hattiesburg Hustle" from Soundcheck/Rehearsal that same day.
Recorded live in Austin, TX on 11/3/2011
1. Intro >
2. Man In Motion
2. River's Gonna Rise
3. Sick Of My Shadow
4. A Friend To You
5. On A Real Lonely Night
6. Power & The Glory (DVD Only*)
1. Take A Bullet
2. Hattiesburg Hustle
3. Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday
4. Frozen Fear
5. Dreaming The Same Dream
6. Pretzel Logic
7. Fire In The Kitchen
8. A Change Is Gonna Come
9. Spanish Castle Magic
10. WHB Intro >
11. Tear Me Down
1. Your Wildest Dreams >
DVD Only Bonus Tracks*:
1. Patchwork Quilt (Soundcheck)
2. Hattiesburg Hustle (Rehearsal)
* Due to time constraints Power & The Glory is a DVD only track. Along with the DVD only bonus tracks, Patchwork Quilt & Hattiesburg Hustle, Power & The Glory will be on the exclusive pre-order bonus disc, which also contains songs performed by Warren Haynes solo acoustic.
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