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Blues Traveler: Live: Thinnest of Air

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Released 2003

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Blues Traveler: Live: Thinnest of Air

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Director:
Michael Drumm
Released:
2003
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Blues Traveler: Live: Thinnest of Air is the amazing recording of a live concert performed by the popular New York based blues-rock quartet Blues Traveler. The band, fronted by harmonica virtuoso John Popper, rose to prominence in the early 1990s with the release of their debut album "Blues Traveler", along with the follow-up "Four." This concert took place on July 4th, 2003 at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Red Rocks Park near Morrison, Colorado. The set list includes some of the band's hits, such as "Hook", and "Carolina Blues". Because the concert occurs on the Fourth of July (American Independence Day), the band also includes their version of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Blues Traveler also performs the popular Bob Marley written "No Woman, No Cry" with his son, Ziggy Marley, as a special guest vocalist. The band performs each song with their typical flare, including extended jam versions of almost every track on this 2-DVD set.
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