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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by AJ Love, Dec 2, 2016.
Life Amplified World Tour: Live From WVU
should be fun to check out.... I preordered it
"The show includes a very special version of the John Denver song "Country Roads," which has become an anthem for WVU. Songs included in the show are: Crushin' It, American Saturday Night, Water, Online, Perfect Storm, Celebrity, Letter to Me, This is Country Music, Mama Tried, I'm Still a Guy, She's Everything, Mountain Music, Ticks, Country Nation, Old Alabama, Then, Beat This Summer, Remind Me, Country Roads, Southern Comfort Zone, Mud on the Trees, Higher Education, and Alcohol." - 2 hour live DVD
Thanks for the tip. Putting it on the christmas wish list.
+1! Finally something that my wife can get me that I'll really want!
The track list includes "Mama Tried" and "Country Roads", it will be interesting to see what type of solos he plays on those songs
Here's the link on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Life-Amplified-World-Tour-Live/dp/B01LTHO0HG/
Wow, seems like Paisley isn't nearly as popular on the TDPRI as he used to be maybe? I understand that his more current albums might not appeal to as many people here as the older material, but if anything he's a better guitarist than ever and still rips at live concerts. Considering the material on the DVD this could be one of the greatest Country Telecaster videos released in a long long time (just my opinion)
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I don't suppose these DVDs are as popular in general, being able to get YouTube on your TV and watch performances for nothing is probably killing it. I'm not a great fan of BP's new material but always good to watch a good performer and try to steal ideas
I don t want to be a buzzkill, but his version of country roads is on youtube. I won t post a link since i don t want to spoil anything, i m pretty sure you will do it yourself.
Saw it, thought it was awesome with the crowd singing along. That song is an anthem in West Virginia.
Paisley's Play album was EXCELLENT, but other than that album, he wouldn't know a good song if it fell on him. He is a great guitarist, but very redundant in his licks and sound. I want to like him, but he is actually part of the problem with what they call Country Music today. Just my thoughts, to each his own
I appreciate your thoughts and understand. I like traditional Country the most but there are some modern Country artists I like and Paisley is one of my favorites. I don't question it, just am very entertained/inspired by his music. I certainly respect anyone who doesn't like his music though
I disagree with that- he may be progressive but Paisley has grown up with many of the greats in country music and knows where his roots are- unlike many of the singers out there now. I watched Thomas Rhett New Years Eve night - was that a joke? I consider him the poster child for today's country along with those two from Flo/Georgia.
Great player. Not so great songs.
Oh come on.
His songs are top notch, fun songs that talk about things other genres won't.
rebelwoclue, post: 7368278, member: 80359"]I disagree with that- he may be progressive but Paisley has grown up with many of the greats in country music and knows where his roots are- unlike many of the singers out there now. I watched Thomas Rhett New Years Eve night - was that a joke? I consider him the poster child for today's country along with those two from Flo/Georgia.
It's your right to disagree because I know that no 2 people will hardly agree on anything. I would really like to hear BP play one time through a Twin Reverb with JBLs and lush spring reverb. He is a great player, I just do not really care for his "over processed", boutique amp sound, but I know, to each his own.
It's your right to disagree, I know that different people like different things. I would really like to hear BP play through a Twin Reverb with JBLs with lush spring reverb. I really do not care for his over processed, boutique amp sound, but I know, to each his own.
I think Albert Lee is a great player, but when he switched from a Tele to a MM, his sound really suffered, but not his talent.[/QUOTE]
We agree to disagree. I would really like to hear BP play through a Fender Twin with JBLs and lush spring reverb set clean. I really do not care for his over processed, boutique amp sound, but he is a great player. Much like, I do not care for Albert Lee's switch from a Tele to a MM guitar. His over all sound suffered, but not his talent.
Each player looks for "his" (or her) sound so we can have an opinion but it's their chosen signature. You know who is playing when you hear a Paisley intro or break- by sound or by technique.
We do agree here with Albert Lee- his sound was way better with a tele. I still don't understand why he continues with MM because the distinctive tele sound that he brought is gone and sounds like a thousand other pickers.
I really like his playing and songs, plus he seems like a great guy. I respect his talent and the dedication that's needed to get to where he is. I think he's a good role model.