1. Hey Are You Going To Burning Man? (Electric Apricot)
2. Backroads Of My Mind (Electric Apricot)
3. Uncle Pete's Party (Electric Apricot)
4. Sugar Train Blues (Electric Apricot)
5. Fishing Blues (Henry Thomas)
6. Playing In The Band (Bob Weir)
7. Time To Confess (Gov't Mule)
8. Shady Grove (Jerry Garcia & David Grisman)
9. Dire Wolf (Stiff Dead Cat)
10. Everybody Ona Move (Michael Franti & Spearhead)
11. Calling All Sand Worms (Larry Lalonde)
12. Yog Sagoff (Electric Apricot)
The Electric Apricot Soundtrack on Hip-O Records features the only four known studio recordings of Electric Apricot, a band with no limits, no fear, and no clue - plus their epic live 19-minute "Yog Sagoff," recorded in May 2005 in Mill Valley, CA.
Also heard on Quest For Festeroo are jam gems from Grateful Dead legend Jerry Garcia & David Grisman, Bob Weir (Grateful Dead, RatDog), Gov't Mule led by Warren Haynes (Allman Brothers Band), Primus guitarist Larry LaLonde with an electronic music masterpiece, Michael Franti & Spearhead, a classic from Henry Thomas, and Stiff Dead Cat with a rockin' tribute to the Dead.
Go behind-the-scenes of one of the biggest tours the jam band world has ever seen in "National Lampoon presents Electric Apricot: Quest For Festeroo." It's the first film directed by world-renowned singer/bassist, Les Claypool, who makes his acting debut in the film. National Lampoon presents Electric Apricot: Quest For Festeroo is a hilarious mockumentary that gives viewers a glimpse into the entertaining world of jam bands while following one group, Electric Apricot, on their journey to discover musical enlightenment. The DVD features hours of never-before-seen footage, including actor and director commentaries, deleted scenes and bloopers, cast interviews, theatrical trailer, easter eggs and more!
Featuring rock legends such as the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir, Phish's Mike Gordon as well as Warren Haynes and Matt Abts from Gov't Mule, this clever and entertaining film also features classic cameo appearances from Seth Green (Austin Powers in Goldmember, The Italian Job) and "South Park's" Matt Stone and was produced by Jason McHugh (producer of debut features for Trey Parker from "South Park").
A young graduate filmmaker from UCLA set forth to make a documentary reflecting an element of contemporary music culture that had yet to be fully examined. The notion was to capture something raw and original. He searched for something unpretentious and genuine, yearning to make a film that would stand out from other music documentaries and potentially redefine the genre. Who he found was a band called Electric Apricot; what he achieved was enlightenment. Unexpectedly in searching for enlightenment, the duality of existence was unveiled.
In his directorial debut, Primus frontman Les Claypool, has conceived the next cult classic, National Lampoon Presents Electric Apricot - Quest For Festeroo. The documentarian follows the band Electric Apricot as they have been recently offered some opportunities that could potentially break them through to levels beyond their dreams. Following the band into recording their first album, subsequently forcing them to work with their first band psychologist, and eventually going down the road to the Holy Grail of music festivals, Festeroo, this film takes an endearing and twisted look at the American cultural phenomenon known as the Jam Band scene.