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Double Live [Extra tracks, Original recording remastered, Import]

Mahogany Rush, Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (29 Aug 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Just a Minute
  • ASIN: B000A2H6LY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 163,986 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars music for guitar lovers 30 Dec 2009
By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
i originally purchased this when it came out about 20 years ago and really wasnt that impressed with the cd sound quality,this remaster has thankfully sorted that and even manages to include a bonus track of my fav Marino track Something coming our way!!.What can i say about this release,if you've read any of my other reviews you'll realise im a big fan of FRANK MARINO so apologies if i get carried away.

Opening with 2 heavier tracks the classic 'You got Livin' & 'Midnight Highway' the latter being from the new album Juggernaut (at the time) - the disc fairly rocks hard from the off,another Juggernaut track 'Free'(there are 4 in all on the disc) pulls the disc down,i never really got that track, too by the numbers heavy metal(ive other bands for that),thankfully 'Poppy' lifts the disc and we then flow into the covers section,as with his earlier live disc Frank shows he's not afraid to cover( and generally make his own) other peoples music - the next 30 mins approx are given over to R H Bues/who do ya love and the guitar solo from outer space before crashing back to earth with RnR Hall of Fame,sadly the title track of the then new album Juggernaut drags the disc back down,didnt like it on the studio album,dont like it here,clearly Frank rated the disc as 4 tracks in the show would appear to suggest- it would be interesting what he thinks now.Strange Dreams the last of the new tracks is up next and is pretty good,it was a pointer to the increased use of keyboards which would accompany the next album Full Circle,the disc finishes with the magnificent Something's Comin......

Despite a couple of clunkers which i feel harm the flow of the disc its still a decent disc and frank's guitar live should always be heard,it wont top mahogany rush live or Real Live but what albums will?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Double Live 21 Aug 2013
Format:Audio CD
I really love most of Frank's work. This 'double live' album is out of this world. I have only discovered Franks work in my fifties, what a shame. a tremendous guitarist. It really does upset me when reviewers critize his albums, this man really rocks. Should the readers of these reviews listen to Steve Vai, then you will appreciate the influence Frank as had on many current guitarists, many of whom cannot match the magic that Frank produces. Is there anyone out there that can confirm frank's DvD is ever likely to be released, as I have heard that is own productions are scrutinised to the point that it may never be possible for the public to see them, should Frank feel the quality to be less than his own expectations. PLEASE FRANK IF YOU EVER READ THESE REVIEWS, EVERYTHING YOU DO IS IMPROVING THE LIFE OF ALL YOUR TRUE FANS, THE FINANCIAL PRICE WOULD NEVER MATCH THE ENERGY AND THE UPLIFTING FEELING THAT YOUR MUSIC GENERATES TO US MERE MORTLES.

If you love guitar music, he is THE man. Every Album bursts with a splender of musicianship.

All the poor or bad reviews should be band from this site !!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Re-mastered and re-vitalised 7 Feb 2013
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I got this on vinyl back in the stone age and did not like it much,but having re-discovered my interest in Frank Marino(see other reviews)I took a chance on this and whether its the remaster or just me,Ilove it.Four tracks from his recent Juggernaut cd and a whole host more this is guitar driven rock at its finest.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing 19 Nov 2011
By HelenGB
Format:Audio CD
I was hoping something similar to the blistering single live album released back in the 70s, yet reflected the great live presence he was in the early 80s. Sadly this was nothing of the sort. Indulgent, long winded songs that seemed to start, amble on and then stop without leaving any clear reason for their existence. My attention had drifted away long before the end.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Remaster job I have ever heard! 15 Aug 2005
By R.J.N. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have to say that it is almost like listening to this gem for the first time. Frank Marino's first live album is the one that everybody talks about and deservedly so, it is a monster.But "Double Live" has always flown under the radar screen. And it's a shame because people missed a great live album.

One difference between his first two live albums was the production, even though "Double Live" was loaded with great songs, the sound was not that good, it badly needed to be remastered. Well it has been and it is incredible how much better is sounds, I can not remember a better remaster job, and I am big on remasters.

If you like Frank Marino get this album, it is loaded with Marino's brand of explosive guitar playing
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars From Good To Great!!! 16 Dec 2005
By Rkbluez - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Wow I was blown away by the remaster job on this CD done by Frank himself. This disc always took a backseat to the classic "Live" CD from 78...and in it's original form it was OK.

Anyway now with the killer remastering job and bonus cut this is essential to any Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush fan. Some disc's say they're remastered but don't impress. This Double Live sounds so incredible now...it's like your listening to a new album...I waiting on my remasters of Full Circle & From The Hip...if they're done as well as this CD...I'll be very happy.

Frank rules and should be looked on as one of the top guitarist of all time...screw the critic's...and their Hendrix copycat label they've given Frank throughout his career. He might have started off at 16 playing like Jimi...but now he's got style and class all his own...as he plays jazz, funk, blues and metal ...with ease...and all with his own stamp.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars BOMBASTIC! 14 Dec 1999
By James E. Lane - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Frank Marino is just one of the best live guitar players there ever was. You had to see him to belive it! Dave Coutus review was absolutely perfect. 10 thousand thumbs up! Starts with YOU GOT LIVIN,Power of positive thinking song.Great song to start show with,just picks up,gets you fired up. MIDNIGHT HIGHWAY & FREE,I would love to dedicate to all those truck drivers out there on those late night shifts,KEEPS THE PEDAL TO THE METAL! POPPY,should have gotten a grammy award for best instrumental of the decade. ROADHOUSE BLUES&WHO DO YOU LOVE,are cool but not great.(sorry,guys?) GUITAR PRELUDE,this stuff he did better on his first live cd.He could have used this space for other songs.(He has enough of them.Sorry again guys) The next three songs,ROCK'N'ROLL HALL OF FAME,JUGGERNAUT,STRANGE DREAMS,Are fantastic and should be played so your hole neighborhood can enjoy it with you. Because what the world needs is more rock bands like Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush! PLAY LOUD. NO,PLAY IT REAL LOUD! Makes a great x-mas gift,for those rockers. THANK YOU VERY MUCH,JAMIN JIM. was this review helpfull? let me know.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fat and glassy, red-hot tube amplified riffs 4 Jun 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is one of those magical recordings that delivers such a full soundstage that if you close your eyes, you may find yourself out in the audience. Poppy is AWESOME!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars impressive livealbum, watch the main guitarplayer! 14 Feb 2007
By J. Talsma - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Having released already a fine bunch of albums under the Mahogany Rush banner, after the 1980 closer "What's Next" Frank Marino opted for a solo-carriere under his own name with the aid of brother Vince on rythmguitar and backingvocals but also retaining the same other bandmusicians (Paul Harwood bass, Timm Biery drums) so in fact all is just the same. In 1978 he gave us a live-album simply called "Live" (is there a better title?) which boasted his songwriting, were it not for the fact that at least half of the songs are not by his hand!, and of course the 1979 release "Tales of the Unexpected" was partially live, with 4 excellent outings, this time his compositions solely.

With the 1992 "Double Live" (now a single CD disc) we saw a fine return to form and also the "Mahogany Rush" flag again. Hot on the heels of the truelly excellent "The Power of Rock and Roll" and "Juggernaut" - a twin album, considered by me, they are so close in superb songwriting plus singing and guitarplaying by Frank, backed by a decent rythmteam (whith a change of drummers) - Marino was performing live everywhere and recorded some performances in the US (Texas, California) from which "Double Live" is taken. On vinyl four sides are now reduced to one disc only, with the extension an extra song. Strange as it might be this has nothing showcased from "The Power ...." which is a pity given the quality of those songs. On the other hand, "Juggernaut" (the album) is here presented with "Midnight Highway (spelled as "Midnite Highway"), "Free" and closers "Strange Dreams" and of course the titletrack. Even remarkable is that the 1980 fourpiece band release "What's Next" is presented heartedly with "You Got Livin", the Doors cover "Roadhouse Blues" (given his own songwriting abilities and the wealth of material at hand not really necessary, besides his playing was always more reminiscent of Jimy Hendrix than Robbie Krieger, the only thing they had in common was the use of the same type of guitar), "Rock 'N'Roll Hall of Fame" and as bonus the fuzzdriven "Something's Coming Our Way". Most songs are extended versions with plenty of room for blistering guitarwork. In "Electric Reflections Revisited" and "Sky Symphony To A Little Town" Marino demonstrates his guitarplaying abilities and creates unreal sounds with just a Gibson SG and a few devices, you can even hear a churchorgan. All in all a classic live-album.
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