Featuring Myles Kennedy Live (Made In Stoke 24/7/11)

November 15, 2011 | Format: MP3

$11.49
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3:36
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8:06
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7:27
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3:59
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 15, 2011
  • Release Date: November 15, 2011
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Eagle Rock
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Eagle Records, a division of Eagle Rock Entertainment
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  • Total Length: 2:02:12
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  • ASIN: B0062A5RUA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,654 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By James I. Pasmore, Jr. on December 9, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I originally purchased this version (2CD/DVD0 thinking it contained the full filmed concert on the DVD that Slash was talking about on his website. Turns out, due to copyright issues with several of the songs featured on the DVD, they could only release the five tracks that are included here. The full DVD and Blu-Ray is available in the UK. I actually ordered the standard single DVD from Amazon UK. In case you're concerned, the disc is NTSC, Region 0, so it should play in most North American players. From what Eagle Entertainment told me, the Blu-Ray should also be Region-free. At least you know the full concert DVD is out there...just not in the format that we expected.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By W. Law on November 15, 2011
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This live disc proves once again, Slash is the guitar god, but he is also responsible for the writing credit of some of the best rock songs ever penned. This compilation is not too different than the ones recorded and offered for sale at his shows last year on tour with Myles Kennedy, but Made in Stoke is a bit longer and more diverse. It's good to see Snakepit songs on here too; he ought to do a part II Re-Made in LA and include some more Snakepit songs. There are some lost gems on those two albums and with Myles singing they can bring the best out on of them. Night Train, Ghost, and Mean Bone are quite a way to get started, and ending with "Paradise City" is like being at an old GNR concert. Myles is such a great vocalist and he sings those GNR songs superior to any version ever heard live (Civil War, Mr. Brownstone, and Sweet Chid). The opening to "Slither" is awesome and "Watch This" is a great showcase of both guitar and band. Made in Stoke is one of the best live albums I've ever heard. I look forward to the next studio album. They're doing great things and making RNR.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By joseph broggy on December 5, 2011
Format: Audio CD
great cd sounds good for a live recording dvd is way too short very mis leading not worth the money for the dvd just buy the cd your not missing anything
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman on November 15, 2011
Format: Audio CD
After five albums with GN'R, two with Snakepit, two with Velvet Revolver and one solo, Slash has released his first official live album "Made In Stoke" (many shows were recorded and available at concerts). This two-disc set traces Slash's entire career with each stage recieving attention. More obscure songs from Snakepit were played at the show, over more well-known songs from Velvet Revolver, which may not be to everyone's liking, but with only 21 songs to pick from, the setlist can't please everyone. Slash's rendition of "The Godfather," a staple from Guns N' Roses "Use Your Illusion" tour is a nice touch.

On this performance, each song song blends seamlessly into the next, as Slash's band make these songs their own, never seeming like a cover band. In his detailed liner notes, legendary rock critic Malcolm Dome seems to confer, noting that Slash and singer Myles Kennedy have "been able to reinvent the singer's back catalog." Kennedy, from the band Alter Bridge, is a polished and powerful singer and is able to add his own signature to these songs without ruining them. While Kennedy sang two songs on Slash's debut, he is set to be the sole singer on Slash's next album, which should be something to look forward to.

Highly recommended for Slash fans and rock fans in general.
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Of course well all know about Slash's career with Guns N Roses, the Slash's Snakepit project and Velvet Revolver but as a solo artist this is Slash's first full length live album. Lucky for us fans it works as a retrospective of his work thus far, right up until his solo debut in 2010 with an obvious emphasis on his "Slash" album and classic Guns N Roses material. After the solo album Slash went on tour with Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge) who sang on the album and it seems that in Myles Slash has found the perfect partner who can sing just about everything and who completes him very well. I didn't know what to think at first because I wasn't all that familiar with Kennedy but after hearing Live In Stoke it's obvious that he was the ideal choice of singer and I must admit the guy's vocal pipes are impressive. I can't imagine anyone doing what Myles does and I hope the two of them stick together for a while. Made In Stoke was recorded in Stoke, England Slash's birthplace and it was a special concert for him, his first time playing in Stoke, some of his family was there and this is a document of that. I only picked up Made In Stoke recently and I've been missing something, it's definitely one of the best live albums I've bought in a while and one of the modern day live releases.

I was intrigued to see what songs Slash and his band would play, particularly from "Slash" since all the tracks had different singer it makes it interesting to see them performed by Myles. Well, Made In Stoke is an amazing performance and the setlist covers all of Slash's work. I love the energy of the newer songs live, Slash's solo album tracks are all excellent.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By W. Law on November 15, 2011
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This live disc proves once again, Slash is the guitar god, but he is also responsible for the writing credit of some of the best rock songs ever penned. This compilation is not too different than the ones recorded and offered for sale at his shows last year on tour with Myles Kennedy, but Made in Stoke is a bit longer and more diverse. It's good to see Snakepit songs on here too; he ought to do a part II Re-Made in LA and include some more Snakepit songs. There are some lost gems on those two albums and with Myles singing they can bring the best out on of them. Night Train, Ghost, and Mean Bone are quite a way to get started, and ending with "Paradise City" is like being at an old GNR concert. Myles is such a great vocalist and he sings those GNR songs superior to any version ever heard live (Civil War, Mr. Brownstone, and Sweet Chid). The opening to "Slither" is awesome and "Watch This" is a great showcase of both guitar and band. Made in Stoke is one of the best live albums I've ever heard. I look forward to the next studio album. They're doing great things and making RNR.
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