Good show. More than an hour and a half even without the Alice Cooper set. Sound is mostly clear.
Not the best sound, but it’s listenable. One of the few shows with the rocking “Could’ve Moved Mountains” which didn’t get much attention. I wish I had a better recording of that. It’s not their best tune though. This tour is kind of cool for how different songs were played. I should do tour compilations of this band. Or should I? I don’t know.
This one’s actually alright. Doesn’t grab me, but it doesn’t irritate me. And it’s not entirely boring.
I didn’t realize until now that “Turn on Your Lovelight” is from this show and not the one I’ve been listening to a lot from November 8th. This is a good show with good sound. I didn’t hear any audience patches. It’s about 2.5 hours. Definitely a bit less when you take out chatter. It’s hard to say that this one is essential listening, but it is pretty good.
First album. It’s pretty good. Nothing amazing. Later albums rock a bit more. But there’s nothing on here that’s not enjoyable.
I’d checked out by the time this one came out. I stand by that decision. I didn’t miss too much.
I liked this one okay when I bought it. It hasn’t held up that well. Although maybe it’s not as bad really. It’s more interesting than the albums after maybe.