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- Posted on Jun 17th 2007 4:30PM by Benjy Eisen
Wolfmother delivered an appropriately blistering afternoon set on Day Four of Bonnaroo in the Tennessee heat. "This has got to be the greatest hippie festival in the world," frontman Andrew Stockdale said before launching into the hippie-friendly tune 'White Unicorn,' where psychedelic lyrics are set against the Australian band's heavy, '70s prog rock. Complying with unofficial but widely recognized Bonnaroo rules, they jammed it out for the massive, unshaded crowd.
Wolfmother thanked the fans for "joining them in the sun," despite the 95 degree weather, and ripped into more tunes including a new one, 'Pleased to Meet You,' and a song only available on the Australian version of Wolfmother's self-titled disc, 'Tales from the Forest of the Gnomes' which Stockdale renamed, 'Tales from the Forest of Bonnaroo.'