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There And Here: From The Vault Series Volume 4

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Beware Of Darkness
  2. Gibberish
  3. At The End Of The Day
  4. Revelation
  5. All On A Sunday
  6. Thoughts (Part II)
  7. Harms Way
  8. Ryos Solo
  9. The Great Nothing
  10. Medley
  11. Space Truckin - Soul Sacrifice
  12. Whole Lotta Love - Waste Away


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 1, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Radiant
  • ASIN: B00005Y2EJ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #514,502 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Spock's Beard dominates the live domain. In my experience, no band puts so much energy into their shows and performs with such charisma. A big part of that is channeled through frontman Neal Morse, who always has a rare charm. He puts on a kickin' show with his compadres Alan, Dave, Ryo, and Nick. This band is on fire, and they are truly in love with the performances.
Like Live at the Whiskey & NEARfest, There and Here was mostly recorded right off the board, so this is the real deal -- no overdubs or anything, just raw live Spock's Beard. Since this approach conveys the band's energy so viscerally, the spotty sound quality is a worthy sacrifice. It honestly sounds pretty darn good, despite the fact that it's really just an official bootleg.
As the band was touring for V, a lot of the two CDs are devoted to that album. Hearing "At the End of the Day", which is just about the best song ever, is a dream come true. It has some of the band's most intense live moments, and the heavy guitars surrounding Ryo's solo crush. The theatrical prog frenzy of "Thoughts (Part II)" is stunningly precise and intense. The band proves they are the master of tricky vocal counterpoints (also evidenced on fan favorite "Gibberish", which also appears on this album). "Revelation" sounds thicker and grungier, which may have been the intent all along. On disc 2, we are treated to the band's passionate performance of "The Great Nothing", their half-hour masterpiece. There's also some favorites that have rarely see a setlist. The band kicks off with "Beware of Darkness", and towards the end of disc 1 they perform the stunning "Harms Way". This song's majesty is tremendous, and live the energy is incredible. Alan Morse's solo on this song is intoxicatingly beautiful and gives me massive chills every time I hear it.
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By A Customer on January 26, 2002
This CD is for prog rock fans, although songs 3 and 4 are for the fans of hard rock. #3 is rendition of Deep Purple's Space Truckin, plus Santana's Soul Sacrifice.
#4 is rendition of Led Zep's Whole Lotte Love.
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