V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion / Cibo Matto – Tibetan Freedom Concert (3xCD, JAPAN)

7 November 1997 Capitol TOCP-50404~6
DISC ONE:
01. Monks – Opening Prayers
02. Ben Harper – Ground On Down
03. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Blues Explosion Man
04. Yungchen Lhamo – Om Mani Padme Hung
05. Patti Smith – About A Boy
06. Radiohead – Fake Plastic Trees
07. A Tribe Called Quest – Oh My God
08. U2 – One
09. Noel Gallagher – Cast No Shadow
10. Sonic Youth – Wildflower
11. Porno For Pyros – Meija
12. Nawang Kheechog – The Celebration
13. Foo Fighters – This Is A Call
15. Biz Markie – Star Spangled Banner / Nobody Beats The Biz
16. Monks – Closing Prayers

DISC TWO:
01. Monks – Opening Prayers
02. Eddie Vedder & Mike McCready – Yellow Ledbetter
03. Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Noise Brigade
04. Pavement – Type Slowly
05. Dadon Dawadolma – Gyi Ma Gyi
06. Lee Perry – Heads Of Government
07. Taj Mahal & Phantom Blues Band – She Caught The Katy
08. Blur – Beetlebum
09. Michael Stipe & Mike Mills – Electrolite
10. Chaksam-pa – Ajo Sotop
11. Alanis Morissette – Wake Up
12. Björk – Hyper-Ballad
13. Rancid – The Harder They Come
14. Beastie Boys – Root Down
15. Monks – Closing Prayers

DISC THREE:
01. Cibo Matto – Birthday Cake
02. Beck – Asshole
03. De La Soul – Me, Myself & I
04. Fugees – Fu Gee La
05. Rage Against The Machine – Bulls On Parade

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NOTES:
Japanese triple CD set in hard case with detailed booklet and extensive sleeve notes.

All recordings taken from Tibetan Freedom Concerts in New York City (June 7 and 8, 1997) and San Francisco (14 and 15 June, 1996).

The third CD also features an enhanced section.

Features Blues Explosion Man by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion which was originally released (as Blues X Man) on the album Orange. The lyrics are altered to include references to the Free Tibet cause.

Russell Simins appears on the live recording of Birthday Cake by Cibo Matto (a video of this performance was released on Free Tibet (DVD, US) which was released as a single and CD EP.

SONG CREDITS:
1.1. Monks From Drepung Loseling Monastery & Nuns From The Tibetan Nuns Project – Opening Prayers
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 1:12

1.2. Ben Harper – Ground On Down
Bass: David Sutton
Drums: Dean Butterworth
Percussion: David Leach
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 5:10

1.3. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Blues Explosion Man
Writers: Spencer/Explosion
Published: Dirty Shirt
Guitar: Judah Bauer
Drums: Russell Simins
Vocals/Guitar: Jon Spencer
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion appear courtesy of Matador Records/Capitol records
Run Time: 4:02

1.4. Yungchen Lhamo – Om Mani Padme Hung
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 3:08

1.5. Patti Smith – About A Boy
Bass: Tony Shanahan
Drums: Jay Dee Daugherty
Guitar: Lenny Kaye
Guitar: Oliver Ray
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 6:59

1.6. Radiohead – Fake Plastic Trees
Bass: Colin Greenwood
Drums: Phil Selway
Guitar: Ed O’Brien
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 5:01

1.7. A Tribe Called Quest – Oh My God
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 2:34

1.08 U2 – One
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 4:57

1.9. Noel Gallagher – Cast No Shadow
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 4:51

1.10. Sonic Youth – Wildflower
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 9:29

1.11. Porno For Pyros – Meija
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 3:43

1.12. Nawang Kheechog – The Celebration
Drums: Yoshi Shimada
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 3:44

1.13. Foo Fighters – This Is A Call
Bass: Nate Mendel
Drums: Taylor Hawkins
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 3:45

1.14. KRS-One – The Bridge Is Over/Black Cop/South Bronx Medley
Scratches: Kenny Parker
Vocals: Keva
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 3:43

1.15. Biz Markie – Star Spangled Banner/Nobody Beats The Biz
Featuring: Cool V
Music By John Stafford Smith
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 3:03

1.16. Monks From Drepung Loseling Monastery & Nuns From The Tibetan Nuns Project – Closing Prayers
Recorded: New York City, June 7, 1997
Run Time: 1:21

2.1. Monks From Drepung Loseling Monastery & Nuns From The Tibetan Nuns Project – Opening Prayers
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 2:24

2.2. Eddie Vedder & Mike McCready – Yellow Ledbetter
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 5:44

2.3. Mighty Mighty Bosstones – Noise Brigade
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 2:35

2.4. Pavement – Type Slowly
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 6:48

2.5. Dadon Dawadolma – Gyi Ma Gyi
Bass: Demetreos Stamos
Drums: Trevor Holder
Flute: Miranda Arana
Keyboards: Mike Zimmer/Robert Jarzbeck
Mixed By Prince Strickland
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 3:43

2.6. Lee Perry – Heads Of Government
Bass: Fitzroy Brown
Drums: Sinclair Seales
Featuring: Mad Professor/Robotiks
The Guitar: Errol Nicolson
Keyboards: Noel Salmon
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 5:27

2.7. Taj Mahal & Phantom Blues Band – She Caught The Katy
Bass: Larry Fulcher
Drums: Tony Braunagel
Guitar: Denny Freeman
Harmonica: John Popper
Organ: Mick Weaver
Saxophone: Joe Sublette
Trumpet: Darrel Leonard
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 3:42

2.8. Blur – Beetlebum
Keyboards: Diana Gutkind
Trumpet: Richard Sidwell
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 5:56

2.9. Michael Stipe & Mike Mills – Electrolite
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 5:18

2.10. Chaksam-pa – Ajo Sotop
Writers: (Traditional)
Bells: Lobsang Gendun
Dranyen: Karma Gyaltsen/Phurbu Tsering/Sonam Tashi
Gyumang: Nyima Gyalpo
Piwang: Techung
Vocals: Chukie Tethong/Namgyal Lhamo
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 5:10

2.11. Alanis Morissette – Wake Up
Bass: Chris Chaney
Drums: Gary Novak
Guitar: Nick Lashley
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 5:16

2.12. Björk – Hyper-Ballad
Arranged By Eumir Deodato
Programmed: Mark Bell
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 6:25

2.13. Rancid – The Harder They Come
Backing Vocals: Marq Lyn/Paul Parkin
Organ: Vic Ruggiero
Saxophone: Dave Hillyard
Trombone: Jeff Baker
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 2:29

2.14. Beastie Boys – Root Down
Featuring: AWOL/DJ Hurricane/Jazz/Mario Caldato Jr.
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 4:12

2.15. Monks From Drepung Loseling Monastery & Nuns From The Tibetan Nuns Project – Closing Prayers
Recorded: New York City, 8 June 1997
Run Time: 2:11

3.1. Cibo Matto – Birthday Cake
Writers: Hatori/Honda
Published: Soul Urchin Songs
Vocals: Miho Hatori
Keyboards/Vocals: Yuka Honda
Drums: Russell Simins
Recorded: San Francisco, 14 and 15 June 1996
Cibo Matto appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
Run Time: 3:48

3.2. Beck – Asshole
Recorded: San Francisco, 14 and 15 June 1996
Run Time: 2:23

3.3. De La Soul – Me, Myself & I
Recorded: San Francisco, 14 and 15 June 1996
Run Time: 3:52

3.4. Fugees – Fu Gee La
Recorded: San Francisco, 14 and 15 June 1996
Run Time: 3:52

3.5. Rage Against The Machine – Bulls On Parade
Recorded: San Francisco, 14 and 15 June 1996
Run Time: 3:57

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