Review by: thewalruswasjohn. On 25 May at CET. I was able to acquire an original full 6 CD set recently. This is really rare and hard to come by. It came with a printed out scrap of a 10 year old email that had some background info on the tracks included on this volume. Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK - Feb. Albany, NY, May 10 '79 4. Live on Rockline, May 19, 5. Phoenix, AZ -January 7, 6. Sioux Falls, SD - July 7 '79 9. Nagoya, Japan - March 23 '79 Ventura, CA ?
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In the mid-nineties, noise-rockers the Swans opened up the doors to their vast vault and let fans buy copies of numerous shows that they had recorded from the soundboard for ten dollars a tape. Inearnest grunge-rockers Pearl Jam took the concept one step further when they decided to unleash seventy-two live albums on the world-- every show from their U. Following Pearl Jam's success, the proverbial floodgates opened-- bands as varied as The Who, Yes, Duran Duran and Peter Gabriel started releasing whole tours' Caminho II - Raul Seixas - Novo Aeon of live concerts on CD, none of which were actually worth listening to.
Even Hawaiian shirt rockers Incubus have gotten in on the act, selling live concerts on their webpage and donating the profits to charity or something. All of these live recordings were made available to the consumer just days or weeks after the shows were played.
This is all well and good, but what if you could buy a live CD of a show mere minutes after it ended? The country's largest concert promoter is all set to sell such an item! The project has been dubbed Instant Live and its goal is to make CD recordings of shows available to concertgoers within minutes of the last song-- these live CD's are basically an impulse buy, like a t-shirt. Though the idea is interesting, most fans and industry types remain skeptical.
As a performer, it's not that appealing to me because we've played lots of great shows, or shows that seemed great at the time, but then listened back to board tapes or whatever and it turns out that while it was a great show in terms of energy, crowd participation, intensity, whatever, it just didn't sound that great when recorded! I think if you're going to sell something to people you should really be able to vet its quality George Harrison - The Best Of George Harrison, and you can't really do that with those Instant Live recording things.
Furthering tightening its grip on the music industry, Clear Channel bought Dirty Black Hole - Steve Vai - Original Album Classics patent from the technology's inventers and now If You Want My Love Pt.
2 - Cheap Trick - Bun E.s Basement Bootlegs Soundchecks ‘82-‘97 exclusive rights to sell concert CDs after shows. Tell that to DiscLive, If You Want My Love Pt. 2 - Cheap Trick - Bun E.s Basement Bootlegs Soundchecks ‘82-‘97 recorded the Pixies at every show of their recent fifteen-date North American tour, making every CD immediately available after the performance.
DiscLive printed one thousand copies of each performance as a double-disc set which were made available for purchase at twenty-five clams a pop after each show or twenty-two dollars if pre-ordered on DiscLive's website--five hundred CD's from each show were made available for pre-order online. DiscLive sold an additional five hundred CD's at each performance, along with any remaining CD's that were not pre-ordered.
The band's later shows in Brixton were also offered up for sale and there are plans to offer live CDs of every show off of the upcoming reunion tour of the U. According to DiscLive, once the CD's have sold-out, they will not be Salt Of The Earth - Various - Reggae Chartbusters Volume Three. In the interest of making some extra cash to buy drugs, I dropped three hundred dollars into DiscLive's lap and bought every single Pixies show save the first one in Minneapolis, which sold out before I could secure a copy, in the hopes of later selling the discs on the Internet for a tidy profit--this was a sound business decision on my part as the Minneapolis show was going for well over one hundred dollars on eBay just hours after the show had ended.
DiscLive also works with artists as diverse and outdated as Billy Idol, Newsboys! It's shocking to think that anyone would go see any of those artists live let alone want to take home a document of such an experience. This is the problem with the whole legitimate bootleg experiment--no bands that are worth a shit have been participating. Until now, that is.
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