I thought it was 1999, but you’re right. Sadly, the production was a step back from the main disc and the resulting album is still far from the equivalent to Whitesnake’s Live in the Heart of the City or Live […]
I always thought the mistake was releasing an unpolished single live LP. Had they released the ‘studio enhanced’ double live that the likes of Maiden, Sabbath, UFO, Kiss,Thin Lizzy, Rush etc did, they’d have […]
Some great resources online for all that stuff Art. Check out the sitemap on the official website which directs you to various explanatory interviews. There’s also the Steely Dan Dictionary site which explains […]
Try some of Arthur and my song suggestions above, @dai. Very much of a kind with his earlier work, despite their proximity to the banging clangy shouty stuff. A good 40 minute album inside almost every TW album […]
All personal taste innit, but I’d replace Earth Dies Screaming with House Where Nobody Lives, Georgia Lee, Trampled Rose, Day After Tomorrow, Another Man’s Vine, Lullaby, Whistle Down the Wind or any number of […]
Thanks for posting this and you too @vincent. I had no idea these 2 bands were stadium fillers. The currently absent @Twang has been gently breaking me in, Dan-wise and this makes me wish I’d gone along.
I must confess a fondness for Mr Sting’s early solo live album Bring on the Night. Some superb playing and all at the right speed too (Omar Hakim). Plus Branford Marsalis on clarinet and sax. Lots of excellent […]
@Hawkfall what I meant was that I bailed after Exit. Everything before is fantastic. Everything afterwards… not so much. I’ve tried with the ‘highlights’ they’ve put on the live albums, but Subdivisions, Red […]