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Live at Wolf Trap [Blu-ray]
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Bonus live tracks: (1) Dangerous (2) Takin It To The Streets (3) Without You
Back Stage Pass / Doobie-aoke / The Dropped Pick / Outtakes / The Family
1) Rockin Down The Highway 2) Jesus Is Just Alright 3) Dangerous 4) Another Park, Another Sunday 5) People Gotta Love Again 6) Spirit 7) Steamer Lane (instrumental) 8) South City Midnight Lady 9) Snake Man 10) Nobody 11) Five Corners 12) Rainy Day Crossroad Blues 13) Clear As The Driven Snow 14) Neal's Fandango 15) Takin It To the Streets 16) Don't Start Me Talkin 17) Take Me In Your Arms 18) Little Bitty Pretty One 19) Black Water 20) Long Train Runnin 21) China Grove 22) Without You 23) Listen To the Music
Top Customer Reviews
However due to the poor video production of this DVD, it is more annoying than entertaining...
What is the purpose of the director/producer of videos to constantly feel that they need to cut to another scene? Just when you are getting a chance to focus in on what a musician is doing -- WHAM-BAM! on to someone else, but wait QUICK let's go somewhere else; HOLD ON we can cram another 25 cutaways in the next 10 seconds... and on and on and on... Stop the ride, I want to get off!!!
For the grins of it during Blackwater; a 4 minute song; I counted that there were over 104 scene cuts/transitions -- that's one FLASH/BAM/POP less than every 2.5 seconds...
I think a concert DVD should convey the atmoshpere that you are sitting in the audience with the crowd -- not running around on the stage like a crazed roadie!
My recommendation is to save a few bucks and buy the CD of this great concert and sit back and listen to the great music without the disturbing video imagery that is presented.
The Doobies have always been my favorite band and I have everything they're ever done, but I was blown away by this great DVD. This concert is far superior to the other Doobie DVD, "Rockin' Down the Highway - The Wildlife Concert". Renditions of old Doobie favorites are terrific and the musical talent that these men have glows prominently. Versatile John McFee demonstrates his range by playing about 5 different guitar types ranging from pedal steel to acoustic. He's great on the fiddle as well! Pat Simmons and Tom Johnston show their musical range as well and sound better than ever on every song! Bass player Skylark carries the rhythm and energy of this concert. Drummers Keith Knudson and Mike Hossack provide the depth and beat that they're long known for. And the addition of the horn section, led by saxophonist Marc Russo, adds new punch to the favorite songs that Doobie fans know so well!
Clocking in at a minute over two hours, the Brothers entertain the crowd the entire time with absolutely no downtime. Twenty-plus favorites from the past are offered by the Doobs on this great DVD. "Don't Start Me Talkin", "Little Bitty Pretty One", and staples like "Listen To the Music", "China Grove", and "Long Train Runnin" carry the freight during the concert, but the listener won't be disappointed with any song!
If you're a fan of the Doobie Brothers, you absolutely have to add "Live At the Wolf Trap" to your musical collection!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Wolf Trap National Park for the performing arts is a grand venue located less than 2 hours from where I live in Maryland and it is one of the most beautiful outdoor concert... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Alan B. Colvin
Fantastic show! Reminds me there was a time when actual musicians still roamed the earth,Published 5 months ago by Lynn Johnson
brilliant quality Brilliant concert. Great delivery time . very pleasedPublished 5 months ago by martin
The sound is so crisp and clear. Excellent musicians. Awesome band.This is one of my favorite live concerts to kick back and enjoy. Very well done!Published 7 months ago by A. Diggett
I love The Doobie Brothers during the Tom Johnston era. In recent years they have started touring again, and I have been able to see them live at the Verizon Amphitheater on the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bradley Ward