NOTE: The notes just tumble from Texas blues/jam/rock/funk guitarist Gary Clark Jr., and he could have spent his hour-long Bonnaroo set playing ripping solos and wailing near the top of his neck - which, to some extent, he did. But Clark, who's going to be on the road through July, tested some new material on a huge crowd. With the follow-up to his 2012 major label debut on the way, he worked on what may be a muted, soulful new sound. "Hold On" sounded like something between D'Angelo, Amy Winehouse and an echo suite for Stones Throw. "I feel like getting real intimate with you," he said before playing "The Healing," sans band. The song, a cross between John Legend and Alice in Chains, had never been played live before, but the way people clapped along, rapidly absorbed the chorus ("This music is my healing") and applauded at the end, made it seem like an old favorite, or at least destined to become one.
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1. Hold On (New Song)
2. Bright Lights
3. The Healing (New Song - first time played)
4. When My Train Pulls In
5. Our Love (New Song)
7. Don't Owe You a Thang
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