- Jon Barber
We’re Back & Hitting ’em with the Haymaker! One of the band’s most iconic shows of all time. Hear what @BarberShreds has to say when reliving his historical moment in the history of the Disco Biscuits! Haymakers All Day, Barber’s Back w/ a play by play of 10/05/2002 @ Haymaker Music Festival at Oakley Farm in Spotsylvania, VA. “This festival took place during the height of the D.C. Sniper shootings in Virginia just off of I-95. The Disco Biscuits were the only late-night act on their own secondary woods stage. Ussing the Rich Steele Remaster of John Madigan’s AUD source, it’s one of the best audience pulled Disco Biscuit recordings of all time.”
Turn up your speakers and get into it!!!
Check out the contests We have running and get involved and support the advertisers that support the podcast.
https://www.synlawn.com/touchdowns – WIN a Dave Peltz putting green
https://www.nugs.net/touchdowns Win a FREE annual subscription
https://www.sunsetlakecbd.com Promo code TOUCHDOWNS for 15% off
https://www.harrys.com/touchdowns FREE Shaving Kit Trial
In the ocean of Osiris media www.osirispod.com
Sound Mixing By Telescope audio
The Disco Biscuits are:
Jon “Barber” Gutwillig
TDAD episodes are available everywhere you podcast:
0/5/02 – Set II – Show Notes by Professor Shimmy Shanks of @aclamouringsound
Festival took place during the height of the D.C. Sniper shootings in Virginia just off of I-95
-Biscuits were the only late-night act on their own secondary woods stage.
-Using the Rich Steele Remaster of John Madigan’s AUD source, it’s one of the best audience pulls of all-time in regards to Disco Biscuit recordings.
-‘Save the Robots’ – First jam is fairly short and stays with the theme of the song proper, but the 2nd jam (starts around 11:25) takes this version to the top of the list when it comes to Top 10 versions from a large consensus of fans. Ridiculously well done DnB jam with Sammy and Marc in lockstep all the way through; definitely the best version at the time since the song had been reworked for 12/31/01.
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.