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Signal

Signal Live

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Category: AOR

Year: 2000

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Personnel
Mark Free vocals
Danny Jacob guitar
Erik Scott bass
Jan Uvena drums
Doug Bernhardt keyboards
Recorded live 6/17/90 in Lincoln, Nebraska
Tracks
1.  Arms of a Stranger live  
2.  Does It Feel Like Love live  
3.  My Mistake live  
4.  This Love This Time live  
5.  Danny live guitar solo  
6.  Wake Up You Little Fool live  
7.  Liar live  
8.  Go live  
9.  Erik live bass solo  
10.  You Won't See Me Cry live  
11.  Nobody Gets Out Alive live  

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From: xxx Date: February 17, 2003 at 22:10
great band-poor sound.nothing more to say.

From: Chris Date: December 1, 2003 at 14:31
Any fan of Signal should have this, if you can find it. Great show but poor sound as xxx said. Heck, you even get a live version of the unreleased Signal classic 'Nobody gets out alive' thrown in for good measure. What a vocalist.

From: Date: April 13, 2004 at 10:15
hola busco este Cd gracias michael hello I seek this Cd thank you michael E.ZACHARIE@CARAMAIL.COM

From: caritosmatanza Date: January 28, 2006 at 22:17
Lástima de sonido: con una producción adecuada, ésto habría sido uno de los mejores directos de la historia.Me da a mí que los chicos grababan sus actuaciones de cuando en cuando y seleccionaron la que les pareció mejor asi, en crudo, pero pierde mucho el disco por esa precipitación.Does it feel like love suena como nunca pensé que fuera posible en directo.Un sueño de grupo ,habría que matar al ingeniero de sonido.Sacrilegio.10/10.Es que son Signal, darles menos...imposible.

From: Nick C Date: March 24, 2006 at 8:49
Played this for the 1st time in ages last night. It's better than I remembered but it's not a forgotten classic. It sounds like it was recorded on a tape deck with automatic recording level adjustment (you know the type - the guitars are loud then when the vocals come in the get drowned out), kind of bootleg quality. Having said that I think if you're into Signal its certainly worth having, but casual listeners should judge the band on the debut album and not this. Fans only I would say.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 13, 2010 at 16:46
All the comments above are right..poor sound and very raw but at the same time probably the band knew that this live album perhaps was like some kind of farewell album coz the split came just after they recorded their debut one...anyway we can listen 2 the classics of their only album and of course there's no waste in any song and the "solos" were very good too..buy it just to have this little collection of signal but don't expect a polished and neaty sound...for the songs 90/100...for the production 0....

From: edwithmj Date: March 13, 2015 at 10:29
Oh this could have been so good. Signal's debut is one of my favourite albums and a lot of the best songs (except the divine Run Into The Night unfortunately) are played here. The only problem here is the sound quality: it sounds like it's been recorded with an old camcorder from the late 80s. I hope for a better live release some day.

From: titothetitan Date: April 16, 2019 at 16:12
I have the Dvd of this concert and put it on Youtube. 'Live in Lincoln, Nebraska, 1990'


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