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Leave a Scar - Live North Carolina
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Category: Southern Rock
Label: 3 Legged Records
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Charlie Starr lead vocals, guitar|
Paul Jackson guitar
Richard Turner bass, backing vocals
Brit Turner drums
Brandon Still organ, piano
Paul Jackson backing vocals
|1. ||Shakin' Hands With The Holy Ghost |
|2. ||Sanctified Woman |
|3. ||Testify |
|4. ||Good One Comin' On |
|5. ||Six Ways To Sunday |
|6. ||Ain't Got The Blues |
|7. ||Lucky Seven |
|8. ||Pretty Little Lie |
|9. ||Restless |
|10. ||Up In Smoke |
|11. ||Crimson Moon |
|12. ||The Whippoorwill |
|13. ||Son Of The Bourbon |
|14. ||Everybody Knows She's Mine |
|15. ||One Horse Town |
|16. ||Lesson In A Bottle |
|17. ||Ain't Much Left Of Me |
|18. ||Leave A Scar |
|19. ||Sleeping Dogs |
|20. ||Payback's a Bitch |
|21. ||Up The Road |
|22. ||Shake Your Magnolia |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 30, 2016 at 21:57|
|No doubt Blackberry Smoke are a top-class, hardworking band. They just ooze musical chops and songcraft. Unfortunately, this double live CD leaves me lukewarm. For one thing, they work in all thirteen tracks from The Whippoorwill, which leaned more toward country music than the hard southern rock of their earliest material, with some softer tones and slower tempos. And that translates to the whole concert here: how many live albums do you know sound slower and softer than their studio versions? I'm a metalhead, I'm used to amped-up live renditions and a sharp guitar tone. The mix here just sounds muddy, like the speakers are blocked or something. And the occasional guitar jams just wander along and waste time--you want them to hurry up and get back to the song instead of sitting back and nodding along.
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