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Live at High Voltage Import

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  • Audio CD (December 27, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Concert Live
  • ASIN: B005NHAL8Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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This show was recorded without Nick because he could not be there to perform so Ted Leonard was there as a fill in. Jimmy Keegan is a great drummer and has toured with them in the past. Not very long after this show, Nick left the band. This is now the current line-up of Spock's Beard. Still the same great songs. Still a band populated by great musicians. Can't wait to hear more from them in the future.
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Very good sound quality throughout, better than some other HV festival releases I've heard. Ted Leonard is excellent as the new SB singer. He starts off rather nervous, but by the end of The Doorway, his voice is as good as it ever has sounded in Enchant. He fits better than I'd hoped for, and actually sounds quite a bit like Nick. Jimmy Keegan is a superb drummer and has been in the touring version of SB for years. Ryo, Dave, and Alan all sound excellent, with Ryo now the real star of the band. The only reason I gave this 4 stars and not 5 is that the performance gets a little ragged at times. If you're a SB fan, you will want to add this to your collection. No problems downloading the songs, either.
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This live performance from Spock's Beard is is technically the first live recording of their new lineup since Nick D'Virgilio (Original drummer/second singer) left the band. Ted Leonard is singing and Jimmy Keegan (their tour drummer when NDV was in the band, and now the permanent drummer) is on drums.

T. Leonard wasn't officially in the band yet at this time, he's just subbing, but it wasn't long until he'd end up joining them officially. I personally think they made a GREAT choice in bringing Ted to the band. Of course, J. Keegan was a no-brainer seeing as how he's basically been with the band for years.

Some flaws: On the first track: "On a Perfect Day", you can tell Ted's a bit on the nervous side. Singing is a bit shaky. Not horrible, but some noticeable nervousness. Once he gets into track 2, "The Doorway", he starts getting into his comfort zone and he does a great job on the next couple of tunes. (He ROCKS it on the "The Light"!)

A little bonus for you major SB fans: There's a special guest on the last track, "June". I'm sure you've heard of him: Neal Morse. :) Yes, folks, SB's original singer/songwriter/keyboardist/etc, etc, etc! Must admit, I wish Neal had never left, but things change. Luckily, Ted has proved to be a capable replacement. (As proved on the latest album "Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep".)

This one's worth it for true SB fans!
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