Live 1984 Limited Edition, Import
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A rather enjoyable live album
2006年10月7日 - (Amazon.com)
"Grand Slam" Lynott's post Lizzy band was really an accomplished, and talented band, as evidenced by this excellent CD. Recorded over a series of dates in Ireland, the songs are, in most cases, excellent. "Crime Rate" "Nineteen" "Night in the life of a Blues Singer" "Young Boy" and others are really given the treatment by a VERY talented band, including Mark Stanway on keyboards, Doish Nagle and Lawrence Archer on guitar, and Robbie Brennan on drums. A very enjoyable disc, that any Lynott/Lizzy fan will really enjoy. Sound quality is not always the best, but the songs stand on their own.
Buy it for the first live audio disc...not the Video CD
2003年4月13日 - (Amazon.com)
Looks like someone beat me to the first review for this set which I've had for a week or so. As the previous reviewer notes, the Video CD is a pretty poor bootleg and it is notated as such in the liner notes. It pretty much seems included for collector purposes. The first audio only disc is what makes this set worth purchasing. Taken directly from the mixing desk at the band's second official live performance (at least according to Lynott near the beginning of the disc) the sound quality is a bit raw, but definitely tolerable. I'd rate it a 7 on a 10 scale and at some moments maybe an 8. Laurence Archer's guitar seems to fall back in the mix toward the end of Night In The Life Of A Blues Singer and then stays that way for the last three songs. That's okay because the strength of the disk is on all the tracks leading up to Night...anyway. I particularly like the tasty electric guitar harmonies at the beginning of Sarah. It is too bad that the Video CD is such poor quality since it would be great to have cleaner versions of Sisters Of Mercy, Military Man, Harlem, Dedication, & I Don't Need This since they are exclusive to the second disc. The previous reviewer states he saw this tour live. Must've been nice since this set might be about the only thing those of us who never had the chance will ever to get to hear live from this project. I reviewed the studio sessions box set also and I'll say it again: This band should've been signed because there is no doubt they were all talented musicians. Thanks to Mark Stanway for making this stuff available, even if the sound isn't always perfect. 3 1/2 stars and would be 4 if the package was more consistent. Phil's legacy lives on...
Dont buy this. The quality of the vcd is rubbish
2003年4月6日 - (Amazon.com)
I eagerly awaited the release of this cd and limited edition vcd of the late great Phil Lynott and Grand slam, I had seen the band on this tour,live in ireland myself.But i have to say that the limited edition vcd is the worst quality i'v ever seen.To even give it away free would be too much to pay for this rubbish. It was shot quite a distance from the stage and the band are hazy, even Phil is hard to make out. The sound quality is ok but to be honest if you end up buying this,you'd enjoy it a lot more if you left your tv set switched off. Just listen to the audio track and use your imagination.
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