Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Tenacious D live at Rock'n'Roe '06

With their new movie "The Pick of Destiny" just out, it seemed like a good time to post a great recent D concert. While they hadn't been touring at the time (this is their only concert in a 14-month period), they came together to play, of all things, a benefit concert for Planned Parenthood. "Rock 'n' Roe" (as in Roe vs. Wade) had been going for a few years, but had just had local California musicians, so they clearly tried to amp it up a notch. And the D, made up of Jack Black and Kyle Gass (yes, "that other guy" has a name) delivered, playing a concert heavy on debuts of songs that wouldn't be officially released for almost a year, including "Kickapoo", "Dude, I Totally Miss You", "Master Exploder", and "The Government Totally Sucks". While the versions released on the soundtrack album have full instrumentation, this is just the D playing as they do best: two guys rocking the hell out of acoustic guitars. It also features some of their great covers, including Flash leading into Wonderboy and a Tommy Medley. Enjoy.

Tenacious D
Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
"Rock 'n' Roe" Benefit

01. Flash
02. Wonderboy
03. Kickapoo
04. Dio
05. The Road
06. Tribute
07. Dude I Totally Miss You

08. Saxaboom
09. I'm Toasted
10. Master Exploder
11. Special Things
12. Lee
13. Explosivo
14. The Government Totally Sucks
15. Fuck Her Gently
16. Sex Supreme
17. Tommy Medley

MP3's: http://rapidshare.com/files/6140686/TDRR.zip.html

1 comment:

peanutfiend said...

Who are these people?