SCI Announces First Release of New Live Series, Rhythm of the Road

The String Cheese Incident are thrilled to announce the launch of their brand new live archival series, Rhythm of the Road, highlighting many of the band’s most celebrated concerts with re-mastered limited edition releases. First in the installment: Rhythm of the Road: Volume 1, Incident in Atlanta – 11.17.00.

Available this fall, just in time for the 10th anniversary of the epic show, Incident in Atlanta features the entire 11.17.00 performance at The Tabernacle, including special guest Tony Furtado on banjo for several songs, covers of Led Zeppelin, Talking Heads, John Coltrane, Peter Rowan, and Peter Gabriel songs, some bluegrass standards, and a host of SCI originals. The recordings have been lovingly re-mastered from the original 24-bit multi-track master tapes and will be made available on CD, download (MP3, FLAC) and, an SCI first, 24-bit FLAC download.

Release date is November 9th in stores, through SCI Merchandise, and at www.LiveCheese.com.

Track List

Set 1:  Smile, Joyful Sound > Orange Blossom Special*, Barstool, Pygmy Pony,
Missing Me > Ramble On

Set 2: Outside And Inside, Impressions > Glory Chords Jam > Midnight
Moonlight*, This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody) > Miss Brown’s Teahouse,
Wake Up, Black Clouds*

Encore: The Old Home Place*, Shenandoah Breakdown*, Shakin’ the Tree*

* featuring Tony Furtado on banjo and guitar

3 Responses to “SCI Announces First Release of New Live Series, Rhythm of the Road”

  1. Ed says:

    Thanks for doing this project. A quality show to Start. Hopefully you guys will dig a bit 4/23/1999 needs to see the light of day.

  2. Oso Rojo says:

    such a great choice as the first in this new series. considered by many old-school FOC as the penultimate performance of the band up to that point in time, and a true creative peak for that era that stands the test of time. I’ll be ordering the CDs really looking forward to this one, thanks to SCI Fidelity!!

  3. Sather Flynn says:

    Not sure there is a better show out there. Great choice, guys.

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