1 RFTR Promo DVD (Promo DVD- minus DVD jacket and compiliation CD)
1 RFTR postcard
2 RFTR Scramble Campbell flyers
1 Widespread Panic poster (our choice)
PLUS: 3 Beanland vault disks: **(7/27/91 is arguably one of Beanland's Best Shows, opening for WSP in Nashville)
Nashville, TN - 328 Performance Hall - 7/27/91 Doreatha, South of Hell, Mind Fu*k, Hey Ruby, Fishin Impossible, Hold The Wheel, Dont Hold Back, Oceans>Take Me To The Show Sellin The Rain
Oxford, MS - Forresters - 2/14/90 Deal, Waitin' For, Junco Partner, Dragonfly, We Got Company, Aiko-Aiko, Doreatha, Music Never Stopped, 1x1
Tuscaloosa - Ivory Tusk - 9/1/91 Mardi Gras, South of Hell, Dont Hold Back, Take me to the Show, Up the Line, Watin For, Music Never Stopped, Like It Like That, Dragonfly, Hey Ruby, Women are Smarter, Fishin' Impossible, Oh, Carol, Doreatha
From the Riverbed is a lively chronicle of the
origins of the widespread southern jam band scene as
seen through the smoky eyes of one of it's seminal groups,
Beanland. The band's "rise" is richly illustrated with
interviews and archival video footage spanning nearly
20 years from back porch Mississippi hippie-cover band
to their hard earned arrival as a genuine musical force
across the south.
Interviews included are with some of the leading stars
of the southern music; JoJo Hermann and George McConnell
of Widespread Panic; Cody and Luther Dickinson of The
North Mississippi Allstars; Rev Jeff Mosier of the Aquarium
Rescue Unit; Cedric Burnside of the Burnside Blues Family;
Cary Hudson of Blue Mountain and legendary producer,
film also contains blistering concert footage shot on
the Square in Oxford, Mississippi during the 2004 Beanland
Reunion. The band is in full party mode with featured
Beanland hits as Take me to the Show, Doreatha, Mr.
Cropper and Swing Tune #9.
Riverbed is a celebration of a time and place, in
this case, the last two decades in a small town in Mississippi,
a rural area usually known for its writers, from Faulkner
to Grisham. An unlikely setting perhaps for homegrown
Rock-n-Roll-until you see Rising From the Riverbed.
As keyboardist JoJo Hermann says, "Mississippi has a
groove, and the groove is the way of life." Though Beanland
grew organically from the kudzu choked hills of North
Mississippi, Rising from the Riverbed demonstrates that
theirs is a groove, and a way of life, for all.
Beanland: Rising From the Riverbed is a two disc set.
It includes the film and a 12 track CD by various artists: Beanland,
Aquarium Rescue Unit, Allgood, The Grapes, Cary Hudson
of Blue Mountain, The Tangents, White Buffalo, Kudzu Kings,
Daniel Karlish, Sweetbush Revival, Guelel Kumba, and the
hidden track is Nichol and Cody Dickinson. There are also
DVD bonus features with George and Bill acoustic, JoJo
unplugged, Outtakes, and a moment with Jim Dickinson.
George McConnell's latest Virtual 45s are available in his download store. "Must Not Mind" and the B-side "Compass Lost"