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Stax/Volt Revue Live In Norway 1967
Stax/Volt Revue Live In Norway 1967
DVD ~ Various Artists
Price: $12.39
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I go for Live!, July 28, 2008
I read the reviews by Stax fans where they say the records are better. Maybe they are so used to the sound of the records that these versions don't sound like the 'real thing' to them. Personally I knew some of the songs and some I did not. I would buy this DVD if only these 2 songs were on it: the swaying and swamping version of Raise your hand by Eddie Floyd (aaahhhhhh....those guitars) and the extended version of Hold on (I'm coming). Fans, turn off your records-ears and listen again. I LOOOOved it (Go Eddie Go)!.
Also it's a lot of fun. Fans standing, director tells them to sit. Fans standing on chairs, army soldiers (!) tell them to sit. Crowd rushes in, bodyguards and solders rush after them. Eddie Floyd shakes his head and tells the soldiers to daaaaannnnnce! And even stirs it all up a little bit extra. Don't worry, it has a happy ending and nobody gets hurt. Also, watch what happens to the guitar and microphone electric chords in the course of the show.


Southern Manners
Southern Manners
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic songs... and they're brand new!, May 23, 2006
This review is from: Southern Manners (Audio CD)
Beautiful voices and excellent songs! Yes, the Watson twins write their own material and how talented they are. Hearing this CD, you expect to find Jackson Browne or John Prine in the credits but these songs are all brand new! Listen to Shoot the lights out and hear the birth of a classic. And they really don't need anyone else to sing it. What a pleasure, what a discovery for an oldie like myself. I can't wait for the next CD to come out. With or without record company, sing on Watsons!


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