Listening now to this stereo/mono CD.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band featuring Trey Anastasio LAYLA REVISITED [LIVE AT LOCKN'] [FANTASY/2 RBCDs] In a Word: SMOKIN' HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!

Layla Revisited (Live at LOCKN') captures Tedeschi Trucks Band at their incendiary best, together with Phish's renowned guitarist/vocalist Trey Anastasio. Recorded August 24, 2019, the performance of the legendary album in its entirety was kept secret until the moment the band took stage. One listen & it's clear that their surprise performance that night - which included close TTB collaborator Doyle Bramhall II on guitar - meant something special to the fans who were lucky to experience it.


My ex-wife adores the original Layla album, so when I saw this release on Amazon, I ordered a copy for her. It was delivered Monday, but I have yet to hear from her as whether she enjoyed it or not. My own copy is due to hit my mailbox tomorrow. :LB
 

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David Gilmour - About Face

Been on a Gilmour binge lately, solo and PF.
All of it amazing.
And then there is this album, sigh.
Other than the last two tracks, his guitar work is short and buried in the mix.
The 80’s production is typical (i.e. bad).
No really memorable songs (though I like the reggae outro on “Cruise”).
Can’t recommend this one.
 

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Dream Theater, A Dramatic Tour Of Events - Select Soundboard Mixes.
This will be my only listen to it, it isn't any good.

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David Gilmour - About Face

Been on a Gilmour binge lately, solo and PF.
All of it amazing.
And then there is this album, sigh.
Other than the last two tracks, his guitar work is short and buried in the mix.
The 80’s production is typical (i.e. bad).
No really memorable songs (though I like the reggae outro on “Cruise”).
Can’t recommend this one.

get the Blu-Spec CD. Opens up the soundfield and - viola ! - a guitar gently weeps
 

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This on the other hand is a much better listening experience than the Dream Theater. Nothing new here, but a solid set list well played.
Devin Townsend Devolution Series #2: Galactic Quarantine
 
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