Because I just received the CD and BR set in the mail yesterday. I've listened to the regular soundboard countless times, but the improvement is remarkable. WOW. Great job.
(Unfortunately, the sound on the Blu-ray is not great. The 5.1 mix is missing low end -- almost nothing comes out of the subwoofer!)
. Delbert McClinton & Glen Clark " Blind Crippled and Crazy. SUNSHINE DAYDREAM
Lately I have been jamming out on any anders Osborne stuff i can find on web to tickle my brain while i work, also been abusing any Lockin videos i can play at work...love it!
Bit the bullet the other week and ordered the box set. I'm listening to the shows in (chrono)logical order, and each set is pure gold. Currently listening to May 15th in St. Louis, which, so far, might be the weakest show of the box (?), but it picks up quite a bit once you hit disc 3. Personally, I thought "Estimated" was kinda weak, but that 18-plus minute "Dancing" was rather wild!
GDRadio is airing this amazing show. What a trippy Playin' in the Band! Can't wait for set 2!
Hi, I'm currently looking for soundboard quality sets from this past weekend. Sti have goosebumps from the unbroken chains jams. If someone could private message me or inbox that'd be great. Thanks and take care
I love David Bowie. And I mean LOVE. He's been among my all-time favorite artists since I was in high school, and I've owned in one way, shape, or form a rather extensive library of his work. So, needless to say, I was pretty excited when I heard about his new album, "The Next Day."
I'm listening to the new album for either the second or third time now, and I just can't get into it. I'm not really sure what it is, but the songs feel very phoned-in. Maybe it's because he's been in semi-retirement for so long after his last tour, but I feel like Bowie's lost it, whatever "it" is.
Now, don't mistake this as me saying the album's terrible; it's still a good album. It just doesn't blow me away the way his other albums have.