New Brad Paisley live DVD coming out Dec 16th

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  1. AJ Love

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    Life Amplified World Tour: Live From WVU

    should be fun to check out.... I preordered it
     
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    "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
     
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    Thanks for the tip. Putting it on the christmas wish list. :)
     
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    +1! Finally something that my wife can get me that I'll really want!
     
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    The track list includes "Mama Tried" and "Country Roads", it will be interesting to see what type of solos he plays on those songs
     
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    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
     
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    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.;)
     
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    Saw it, thought it was awesome with the crowd singing along. That song is an anthem in West Virginia.
     
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    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
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    Great player. Not so great songs.
     
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    Oh come on.
    His songs are top notch, fun songs that talk about things other genres won't.
     
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    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.
     
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    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]
     
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    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.
     
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    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. :)
     
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    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.
     
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