Best of the Jammys DVD
With over an hour and a half of exclusive footage, Best of the Jammys, Volume 1 features one of a kind performances from a diverse group of artists including: Phil Lesh, Buddy Guy, John Mayer, Perry Farrell, Les Claypool, Mike Gordon, Richie Havens, The String Cheese Incident, moe. and the Disco Biscuits. The Jammys celebrate the best in live, improvisational music. Founded in 2000 as an alternative to mainstream award shows, the event has become the premier grassroots music event in the country. The Jammys pays tribute to the musicians who take chances, and whose musicianship is exceptional, original and thrives in a live setting. The best way to illustrate the power of live music is to bring together a diverse group of musicians who may have never before performed together. We have captured the magic of the Jammys on film and include here not only the “Best of the Jammys,” but some of the most original and authentic music collaborations ever.
1. Richie Havens and The Mutaytor, “Freedom”
2. String Cheese Incident with Perry Farrell and The Soulive Horns, “Idiot’s Rule"
3. Buddy Guy, Phil Lesh, John Mayer and ?uestlove, “Hoochie Coochie Man”
4. North Mississippi Allstars with Kris Myers of Umphrey’s McGee, “Psychedelic Sex Machine"
5. moe. and Blue Öyster Cult, “Don’t Fear the Reaper”
6. The Benevento/Russo Duo with Les Claypool, Mike Gordon, Gabby La La and Phil Lesh, “Dee’s Diner”
7. The Disco Biscuits with Travis Tritt, “House Dog Party Favor” > “Honky Tonk History” > “House Dog Party Favor”
8. Peter Frampton with Guster and Martin Sexton, “Do You Feel Like We Do?”
9. Phil Lesh with Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, “Wharf Rat”
Special Features Include Photo Gallery, Behind-The-Scenes Footage, Multi-Angle Concert Footage, and more