Pictures: Live At Montreux 2009
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Interviews with Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt.
Top Customer Reviews
Going by different names prior, the band Status Quo was "officially" christened sometime in 1967. Their sound underwent a makeover in the early 1970's, becoming kind of a blend of blues, boogie, and good old fashioned foot stompin' rock and roll. With a mostly pure guitar sound, much like ACDC, Status Quo accomplishes a lot with a few basic cords, as the band excels in establishing a heavy groove and playing the hell out of it. Forging on through the years, these veteran rockers are now probably in a class by themselves. For over forty years, guitarists Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt, have kept Status Quo viable, through the seas of changing musical tides, as their solid working class rock and roll still retains its appeal.
Rossi and Parfitt, who are both over 60 at the time of this performance, might be pacing themselves a bit, but these guys definitely still rock very hard, and don't seem to have lost any enthusiasm for performing. Rounding out the lineup are versatile Andy Brown on keyboards, guitar, and harmonica, and bass player John "Rhino" Edwards, who have both been in the band for nearly two decades, and relative newcomer Matt Letley on drums.
Status Quo is very solid on stage, playing without flash or pretense.Read more ›
Rock with a Capital "R". This concert does not slow down, & it has old & new Quo music, loved the setlist. Don't hesitate just buy it now.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These guys are an institution. I listen to this album quite often. Crank it up and let it roll! The video is like being there front row.Published on December 20, 2013 by Charles K. Black
Superb says it ALL !!! Status Quo would have had a ton of hits in the US, if only they had been made available to the American market.Published on October 3, 2013 by Rockstar
If you don't love the Quo, don't buy this. If you do love the Quo, no review is or would ever be, necessary!Published on March 27, 2013 by Jimmy C