Alive in Seattle [Hybrid SACD]

Alive in Seattle [Hybrid SACD]


Sony Music
~Heart
Audio CD

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Official Release Date Jun 10, 2003
Artist Heart
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005503750
Item Code  0827969028766

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  • [Hybrid SACD

track listing

Disc: 11. Crazy On You2. Sister Wild Rose3. The Witch4. Straight On5. These Dreams6. Mistral Wind7. Alone8. Dog & Butterfly9. Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters10. Battle Of EvermoreDisc: 21. Heaven2. Magic Man3. Two Faces Of Eve4. Love Alive5. Break The Rock6. Barracuda7. Wild Child8. Black Dog9. Dreamboat Annie (Reprise)

description

Recorded at the last stop on their 2002 tour, Alive in Seattle documents an impeccable performance and production, mixed for surround-sound playback on both regular and Super Audio CD formats. A warm artist/audience vibe permeates this set; it's easy to imagine families sprawled out on an amphitheater lawn, taking in the music on an early summer evening. All that's missing is any sense of urgency. The musicians hit every note flawlessly -- too flawlessly, perhaps. Ann Wilson hints at the problem in the album notes, where she describes bandmember Ben Smith's transformation from "studio cat to being a real rock & roll drummer." In fact, some element of "studio cat" dispassion colors these performances; even the sisterly banter between tracks seems forced, if not, in their spoken prelude to "Magic Man," slightly condescending. Ultimately it's Ann Wilson who brings each track home, with a vocal delivery that never lacks soul. On their cover of "Black Dog" she even challenges Robert Plant's original rendition, more than holding her own on high notes, power, and drama. On balance, that's enough to recommend Alive in Seattle, lack of warts and all. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk, Rovi

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