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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by TonePilot, Jan 28, 2020.
What tops this? Post it so we can all enjoy!
I like this one better from the same show.
That’s pretty good but I’m still more of a fan of the one I posted.
Ok, I'll bite. Here goes: It isn't one of THE best performances ever in live music.
You're supposed to post your alternative. Jeez, read the rules already!
I normally don't like to yuck on someone else's yum, but they coulda picked up the tempo just a bit. I felt like I was "waiting" a lot...
EDIT: Sorry, I forgot about the rules. Here's a little something in the same vein...
Okay, here's my submission, by one of my favorite singers:
Best for me was hands-down Corrosion of Conformity at the Whisky.
They were playing a Black Sabbath cover & the crowd went nuts. The audience interaction was top-shelf.
It's actually almost a tie with a performance by L7 I saw around the same time at The Palace. The amount of bodies floating around on top of the crowd was insane & it felt like the entire room was moving. The band was on FIRE!
A close 3rd would be Exodus at the Vic Theatre in Chicago.
And finally Testament & Vio-Lence for my first live show ever, what a great day & night!
Ok, I will play. Something in a similar vein:
Oh. Mah bad, broseph.
Gotta go with the DTB + Susan on this one.
How it should be done..
I come back to this a lot. There's a purity here that really connects for me, especially when she opens the pipes a little. This may take a few seconds to load.
All great, but one of my favorite live performances is this...lead vocals are fantastic.
The cracks in Sarah Bettens' voice are just as important as the constancy. A different vibe than the studio version, and, I think, more affecting.
None are my cup of tea for live music but it shows how awesome different tastes are!!!
I don't think this tops your initial posting (It's not a competition), but I love the performance by the legendary Jeff Beck - and he's also in great company. Engaging performance:
Check out the vocals in this. It looks like a barband gig but her singing gives me all the right feels.
Nothing, but nothing, will top this, for this Englishman: