Trying hard to be generous, I thought that maybe there was a little more bloom to the sound, perhaps it was slightly better?
Not in million years. But here comes the rub — and the reason why I think some people are being way too sensitive: all my criticisms of the RFH come from the perspective of the performer, not an audience member. It is no coincidence that some of the greatest performances I have ever heard have been at the festival hall.
It has proved to be the exception to all known acoustical rules. In fact its acoustic distinguishes the men from the boys, and the finest musicians raise their games accordingly. The slightest mistake is immediately heard - but then so is the beautiful playing of a phrase that would have been lost in a sea of reverberation in the Royal Albert Hall. Follow him on twitter jlloydwebber. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Topics Classical music. I'm not sure if they just couldn't hire enough cameramen for the show, or if the ones they obtained were unfamiliar with what they were supposed to be doing, but there are some world-class gaffes in the shooting and editing of the video.
Cameramen are constantly wobbling while trying to hold a shot, the focus is often miles off and then jerkily correctedthe operators sometimes seem to be confused about what they're supposed to be Alberta Hall With Lloyd Lamberts Band* - Oh! How I Need Your Love (Vinyl) Worse, the editor didn't seem to be paying attention, and fails to cut away to a static or second camera input when a cameraman goofs. I wonder if they tried to capture the concert with just two cameras plus the static one and this was due to the operators running crazily around trying to capture everything It's a little disconcerting, but fortunately doesn't ruin the show.
It does look a bit like an amateur recording except for the excellent HD video quality. Fantastic Concert video of one of the best trios in Rock-n-Roll history. All but one of the songs are great.
Ginger Baker's vocal was kind of weird Alberta Hall With Lloyd Lamberts Band* - Oh! How I Need Your Love (Vinyl) his drum solo near the end was top notch. Jack Bruce's voice and bass-playing is great. Of course Eric Clapton's guitar is always awesome. The production quality is high indeed. They gave a couple of songs done in an alternate arrangement. The first one was utterly fantastic. Glad I got this video. Great group, great music.
Rest in peace Jack Bruce!!! This DVD has to get 5 Stars because of its historical importance. The Beatles can't do this. The Rolling Stones have no Brian Jones. The Beach Boys, Alberta Hall With Lloyd Lamberts Band* - Oh! How I Need Your Love (Vinyl), enough said. I have read all the previous reviews and would like to make a comment. I saw Cream live in and and I also played in bands doing their stuff around New York in the s.
I met Jimi Hendrix in in the Village and he loved Cream. When I saw them in they did "I'm So Glad" and Clapton's solo included the Overture, but my ears hurt for a week!
When I saw them in Phoenix inthey opened with their biggest song "Sunshine of Your Love" first-it just wasn't done! I thought it was great-the unexpected. This Concert IS the unexpected. These guys play an "New" version of themselves. I find it entertaining, enlightening and exactly what they should have done. The set includes some of everyone's favourites.
You can't please everyone. However, doing "Pressed Rat" for the first time live was a good idea. It think Alberta Hall With Lloyd Lamberts Band* - Oh! How I Need Your Love (Vinyl) is very telling that during "Crossroads" you see a very happy Brian May. So much for the critics! The new version is clean and cool. Also the wah-wah pedal is an effect that can disguise an average player.
I think it was a good idea Alberta Hall With Lloyd Lamberts Band* - Oh! How I Need Your Love (Vinyl) Clapton not to use it and play clean on "White Room". The whole concert and outtakes are well presented. I don't look too much at the overall camera work, the sound is good. Many reviewers wanted Clapton and Bruce to go back in time with Marshall Stacks and so on, well you can't can you?
They themselves said that. Why would you want to replicate the 's stuff anyway-do you need to? We have the CDs and the Farewell Concert! What another version?
And Ginger's laid back drumming-I prefer it!!! He is a jazz drummer and he sounds better now. When I bought the Cream's records in the 's I always skipped "Toad" who wants to hear a 15 minute drum solo-On this DVD it's shorter, but it is too long for me!!!
That is the only negative thing I have to say. Eric Clapton has done so much to promote the guitar and especially Blues guitar for 40 years I don't know why people are so keen to knock him.
He moved on from the big sound of Gibsons after he heard the Band and Bob Dylan. He plays a replica of "Blackie" Alberta Hall With Lloyd Lamberts Band* - Oh! How I Need Your Love (Vinyl) most famous Strat. It was done by the Fender custom shop and is great to see after his last two flashy "Avant Garde" models. Perhaps his contract with Fender made him choose not to go back to Gibsons. However, it's a different sound and this is a different concert.
He also uses a Fender'57 Twin re-issue tube amp with a Leslie speaker cabinet, very cool. Jack Bruce shows a lot of skill on his fretless bass. He could could have used a 5 or 6 string bass. Clapton's playing is his usual melodic style.
Comments have been made about he's old, bad tone, always plays the same old thing- well there is the pentatonic scale and it's how you use it. Albert King always got knocked about his same old riffs-but were they really the same? Buddy Guy always plays those "overbends" and decending pentatonic runs on the 5th and 4th chords, B. King plays that Major Pentatonic scale and so it goes.
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