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  • Tomorrow night, the wait is over. I Am The Moon: The Film premieres with the first listen of Crescent. Join us at 9PM ET / 6PM PT at YouTube.com/TTBFromTheRoad. Derek and Susan will be joining the chat 15 minutes before showtime, submit any questions for them in the comments and we’ll see you tomorrow night!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFbRb1BZKQk

    The fifth and most ambitious studio project of TTB's storied career: I Am The Moon, an epic undertaking in four albums and 24 original songs. Inspired by a mythic Persian tale of star-crossed lovers and emotionally driven by the isolation and disconnection of the pandemic era, I Am The Moon totals more than two hours of new music and will be released in successive months beginning with I Am The Moon - I. Crescent, available on CD and digital, Friday, June 3rd.

    In addition TTB will present an immersive visual companion to each audio release. The decision to sequence and release I Am The Moon in four distinct episodes came "when we started thinking of records we love," says Derek, citing Axis: Bold as Love, the 1967 LP by the Jimi Hendrix Experience. "It's 36 minutes long. That's the way to digest a record."

    With that approach in mind, TTB will present I Am The Moon: The Films, combining studio and performance footage with atmospheric photography and imagery capturing the music’s kaleidoscopic textures. The corresponding films will debut three days prior to each audio release, offering our loyal community an early opportunity to digest each album in its entirety as a communal listening and viewing experience via the band’s YouTube channel. The first episode debuts on Tuesday, May 31st at 6:00pm Pacific/9:00pm ET.

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    • I really want to see TTB when they do an outdoor Raleigh/Durham show at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in July. I checked on tickets and I can get covered assigned seats and uncovered assigned seats near the stage for $49-69, but seats on the lawn, which I prefer due to better sound, are going for $199! Anyone know why.

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      • Tonight's the night! The first album from the I Am The Moon series, Crescent, will debut on the band's YouTube channel at 9PM ET / 6PM PT. Members of the band, including Derek and Susan, will be joining everyone in the chat 15 minutes before showtime and answering questions about the project live.

        I Am The Moon: The Film was created in partnership with director Alix Lambert, and was conceived by the band as an opportunity to listen to each album as one piece of music, enjoying it collectively with the band and other fans around the globe. The films are an immersive audio visual experience, serving as companion pieces to the individual albums, highlighting and heightening the power of each song and performance. It debuts in four parts, each film released three days before it’s available in stores and streaming. Tonight the wait is over as I Am The Moon: The Film debuts with Episode 1. Crescent.

        YOUTUBE LINK FOR EPISODE 1 CRESCENT BELOW
        TUNE IN AT 9PM ET / 6PM PT


        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_smMxopFJs


        Release dates for each I Am The Moon album and film can be found below.
        I Am The Moon: I. Crescent
        Film Premiere: May 31st
        CD & Digital Release: June 3rd

        I Am The Moon: II. Ascension
        Film Premiere: June 28th
        CD & Digital Release: July 1st

        I Am The Moon: III. The Fall
        Film Premiere: July 26th
        CD & Digital Release: July 29th

        I Am The Moon: IV. Farewell
        Film Premiere: August 23rd
        CD & Digital Release: August 26th

        I Am The Moon - Vinyl Configurations
        Including Individual LPs + 4-LP Deluxe Version
        Available September 9th

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        • We have 1 extra ticket for TTB at Red Rocks Friday July 29.
          Price $80. Ticket is hard copy that we will mail out.

          Current price at Red Rocks site. $182.98

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          • Originally posted by Kemp View Post
            I really want to see TTB when they do an outdoor Raleigh/Durham show at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in July. I checked on tickets and I can get covered assigned seats and uncovered assigned seats near the stage for $49-69, but seats on the lawn, which I prefer due to better sound, are going for $199! Anyone know why.
            I don't know this specific venue, but at other amphitheaters I've been at, there's nothing stopping a reserved ticket holder from walking back onto the lawn; the only checks are usually to stop lawn people from crashing the reserved seats.
            Visit my Jazzfest advice site: http://jazzfest.swagland.com/

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            • Originally posted by Kemp View Post
              I really want to see TTB when they do an outdoor Raleigh/Durham show at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in July. I checked on tickets and I can get covered assigned seats and uncovered assigned seats near the stage for $49-69, but seats on the lawn, which I prefer due to better sound, are going for $199! Anyone know why.
              You maybe looking at that resale site the venue sends you to which I find strange (unless they get a cut somehow). On the official Live Nation site the lawn is soldout. I've never heard of lawn tix costing more anywhere.

              https://www.ticketsqueeze.com/ticket...edium=affid_43


              https://concerts.livenation.com/event/2D005785D113973F

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              • Originally posted by jjazznj View Post
                Tonight's the night! The first album from the I Am The Moon series, Crescent, will debut on the band's YouTube channel at 9PM ET / 6PM PT. Members of the band, including Derek and Susan, will be joining everyone in the chat 15 minutes before showtime and answering questions about the project live.

                I Am The Moon: The Film was created in partnership with director Alix Lambert, and was conceived by the band as an opportunity to listen to each album as one piece of music, enjoying it collectively with the band and other fans around the globe. The films are an immersive audio visual experience, serving as companion pieces to the individual albums, highlighting and heightening the power of each song and performance. It debuts in four parts, each film released three days before it’s available in stores and streaming. Tonight the wait is over as I Am The Moon: The Film debuts with Episode 1. Crescent.

                YOUTUBE LINK FOR EPISODE 1 CRESCENT BELOW
                TUNE IN AT 9PM ET / 6PM PT


                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_smMxopFJs


                Release dates for each I Am The Moon album and film can be found below.
                I Am The Moon: I. Crescent
                Film Premiere: May 31st
                CD & Digital Release: June 3rd

                I Am The Moon: II. Ascension
                Film Premiere: June 28th
                CD & Digital Release: July 1st

                I Am The Moon: III. The Fall
                Film Premiere: July 26th
                CD & Digital Release: July 29th

                I Am The Moon: IV. Farewell
                Film Premiere: August 23rd
                CD & Digital Release: August 26th

                I Am The Moon - Vinyl Configurations
                Including Individual LPs + 4-LP Deluxe Version
                Available September 9th
                the video for this is no longer available on youtube. do you have to subscribe to the TTB channel or something to view it? There was no way i could do so last night, but might be able to this evening. ANyone with a tip, appreciated.

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                • Originally posted by HankAndLeeStamper View Post

                  the video for this is no longer available on youtube. do you have to subscribe to the TTB channel or something to view it? There was no way i could do so last night, but might be able to this evening. ANyone with a tip, appreciated.
                  It's still there. I'm listening to it right now. I just made copies of the audio and the video. I am probably subscribed to their channel.

                  I like it . Five totally different songs, the last one, a 12+ min instrumental called "Pasaquan" being very Allman Bros like.

                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_smMxopFJs
                  1. Hear My Dear
                  2. Fall In
                  3. I Am The Moon
                  4. Circles 'Round the Sun
                  5. Pasaquan
                  Last edited by jjazznj; 4 weeks ago.

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                  • Thank you!!! Got it working with your link

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                    • Originally posted by jjazznj View Post

                      It's still there. I'm listening to it right now.[/LIST]
                      Since you had success in this instance let me ask you to try your luck on another TTB show that has been taken out of circulation due to “copyright “ issues.
                      They did a “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” Joe Cocker tribute at Lockn one year. Complete with Leon Russell. Leon was way far past his prime but that is another story.
                      if you’re inclined can you see if you can dig it up? There was a professional version not someone with a iPhone.
                      I used to have a link as a “Favorite” on my computer. Never dreamed that it would be removed from access. It was on the official Lockn’ website.
                      just thought I would ask.

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                      • Originally posted by 20/20 View Post

                        Since you had success in this instance let me ask you to try your luck on another TTB show that has been taken out of circulation due to “copyright “ issues.
                        They did a “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” Joe Cocker tribute at Lockn one year. Complete with Leon Russell. Leon was way far past his prime but that is another story.
                        if you’re inclined can you see if you can dig it up? There was a professional version not someone with a iPhone.
                        I used to have a link as a “Favorite” on my computer. Never dreamed that it would be removed from access. It was on the official Lockn’ website.
                        just thought I would ask.
                        They probably took it down when they used the footage to make that movie that came out last year, Learning to Live Together: The Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen. Leon was actually the unsung star of the movie. I saw it here at The Broadside and enjoyed it.

                        https://www.maddogsdoc.com/

                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNmasK8RePs&t=50s

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                        • Cool way to present new material.

                          "Pasaquan" is an awesome instrumental, maybe Derek's finest hour. And maybe folks from Georgia know about it but I had never heard of the artist or his place they named the song after you see in some of the footage. (Kinda feels like when I discovered Walter Anderson.)

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                          • Originally posted by chopitulas View Post
                            Cool way to present new material.

                            "Pasaquan" is an awesome instrumental, maybe Derek's finest hour. And maybe folks from Georgia know about it but I had never heard of the artist or his place they named the song after you see in some of the footage. (Kinda feels like when I discovered Walter Anderson.)
                            Yeah I've listened to that song 4 or 5 times already. It sounds more like how they sound live than most of their studio songs.

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                            • Originally posted by jjazznj View Post

                              Yeah I've listened to that song 4 or 5 times already. It sounds more like how they sound live than most of their studio songs.
                              My girlfriend and my buddy Johnny Woodstock (who used to have a late night show on WWOZ before he moved to Dallas) both said the same thing, that TTB captures lightning in a bottle. They sure did with that song. I also like the sorta "Bitches Brew"/electric Miles jam at the end of the song before, "Circles 'Round The Sun." Derek likes that kind of groove, something they often go into in the live show. Nice to have a "studio" version...

                              And it has led me to discover what Pasaquan is, a 7 acre property in GA full of psychedelic folk art by Eddie Owens Martin, who called himself St. EOM (as in Om.) Maybe folks from Georgia know of the place but it was new to me. Parts of the video, like when the band is standing in a circle during "Pasaquan," is filmed there and you see the motifs and colors popping up in it throughout. Kinda reminds me of when I had my mind blown discovering Walter Anderson in Ocean Springs, MS (and that wasn't just the mushrooms.)

                              I am sure the place will get a few more visitors now. I know I'd like to see it!

                              https://365atlantatraveler.com/pasaquan/
                              Last edited by chopitulas; 4 weeks ago.

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                              • Very interested to learn more of St EOM myself. reading about it, I figured that his property Pasaquan was a place i visited long ago, but no, that was Howard Finster's Paradise Garden, also in Georgia, and also visionary as all hell.

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