Live: The No Food Jokes Tour

Live: The No Food Jokes Tour

by The Bacon Brothers
     
 

Food jokes won't be the ones that most people unfamiliar with the Bacon Brothers will be cracking. Unfortunately, most casual listeners will immediately dismiss this as a novelty item alongside other established actors who have tried to branch out into the music world (Dogstar, anyone?) with mixed results. In this instance, it's aSee more details below

Overview

Food jokes won't be the ones that most people unfamiliar with the Bacon Brothers will be cracking. Unfortunately, most casual listeners will immediately dismiss this as a novelty item alongside other established actors who have tried to branch out into the music world (Dogstar, anyone?) with mixed results. In this instance, it's a situation where a stellar actor (who seemingly has an infinite connection to everyone in the free universe tracing back to Alexander the Great) and his brother formed a band. Those who can get past this element of novelty will be pleasantly surprised with this double live disc. For several years the Bacon Brothers have been touring and recording relentlessly, releasing a high-quality blend of rootsy folk/Americana that demands to be taken beyond the conception that this is just a side thing for brother Kevin to pursue in between movies. And the quality shows right from the get-go, with tracks that could be traced back to the Jayhawks, Jimmy Buffett, and Wilco as influences. The first disc finds the band getting its feet wet and adapting to the audience, and it takes until the second disc for the band to lighten up and have the most fun, especially with a nod to one of Kevin's most successful movies (Footloose) and an Everly Brothers medley. The between-song banter is a bit dry and seems a bit forced at times (something redeemed by a very in-depth interview at the end of the second disc), but the recording quality and performances are exceedingly high for a live album and overlook that fact. Get past the jokes and you'll be pleasantly surprised how focused the Bacon Brothers are as songwriters and musicians.

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Product Details

Release Date:
11/11/2003
Label:
Image Entertainment
UPC:
0014381048322
catalogNumber:
483

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Woman's Got a Mind to Change  -  Bacon Brothers
  2. Getting There  -  Bacon Brothers
  3. Grace  -  Bacon Brothers
  4. Sooner or Later  -  Bacon Brothers
  5. Don't Lose Me Boy  -  Bacon Brothers
  6. Guess Again (Kj's Song)  -  Bacon Brothers
  7. Angelina  -  Bacon Brothers
  8. Grey-Green Eyes  -  Bacon Brothers
  9. Summer of Love (Woodstock '99)  -  Bacon Brothers

Disc 2

  1. I'm So Glad I'm Not Married  -  Bacon Brothers
  2. Memorize  -  Bacon Brothers
  3. Baby Steps  -  Bacon Brothers
  4. Only a Good Woman  -  Bacon Brothers
  5. Old Guitars  -  Bacon Brothers
  6. They Still Holler Boogie  -  Bacon Brothers
  7. Footloose  -  Bacon Brothers
  8. Everly Brothers Medley  -  Bacon Brothers
  9. Ten Years in Mexico  -  Bacon Brothers
  10. John's Song  -  Bacon Brothers
  11. Interview With Kevin & Michael  -  Bacon Brothers

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bacon Brothers   Primary Artist
Vaneese Thomas   Background Vocals
Michael Bacon   Guitar,Cello,Vocals,Group Member
Kevin Bacon   Guitar,Percussion,Vocals,Group Member
Janie Barnett   Background Vocals
Doug Petty   Accordion,Keyboards
Marshall Rosenberg   Percussion,Group Member
Ira Siegel   Mandolin,Electric Guitar,Group Member
Frank Vilardi   Drums,Group Member
Paul Guzzone   Electric Bass,Background Vocals,Upright Bass,Group Member

Technical Credits

Kenny Loggins   Composer
Rob Galbraith   Composer
Michael Bacon   Composer
Kevin Bacon   Composer
Dae Bennett   Engineer,Mastering
Boudleaux Bryant   Composer
William Derella   Executive Producer
Dean Pitchford   Composer
Bacon Brothers   Producer
Paul Guzzone   Producer,Engineer
Kevin Bacon   Composer
Chris Fenn   Stage Manager
April Barton   grooming
Russell Parker   CD Package Design

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