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This review is from: Everybody's Talkin' (Audio CD)
I have just bought this album on audiophile vinyl and I have to say it is brilliant. The musicianship is superb. Maybe the other reviewers only heard it on a car sterio or MP3 player but I cannot fault the production. I like Revelator a lot but this is definitely better. ST really lets loose and the other musicians have the opportunity to enjoy themselves. Yes it is a bit of a jam session at times but to me that is what live music is about. BtW its nothing like Electric Ladyland (which is one of my all time favourites) more like a disciplined Allman Brothers (not surprising I suppose). It will probably only appeal to those serious about their music though.
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Initial post: 13 Aug 2012 16:22:22 BDT
A. R. Durham says:
Dear Planningpal - you are spot on. Also a proud owner of the vinyl, and a big Trucks fan - what I like is the alternative view on well known songs. This is a bit of a muso view - but this music is eminently listenable but will never trouble the higher reaches of any chart because it is proper music with skill & integrity. When has that ever bothered the boring & predicatble critics in the likes of Q & Mojo? Also would throughly recommend Warren Haynes latest studio & live albums - he is the US music scene's best kept secret.
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