Top DVDs at great prices
Paul Rogers - Live In Glasgow -
Customer reviews (av rating: 4.0):
Brilliant music - poor DVD authoring : What do you expect from Paul Rodgers? Brilliant voice, those wonderful songs from the days with Free & Bad Company? That's exactly what you get - along with a great band and a few newer songs.
If anything that voice has got better over time. I remember being in the front row at the Marquee Club in the late sixties around the time that "Tons Of Sobs" was released. Back then it was vital to keep at least one eye on the mike stand just in case he dropped it. The stage in Glasgow is a wee bit bigger than the Marquee's was but Rodgers' technique is still pretty good: he never missed then and he's on top form still.
And this new band is pretty good, too. As soon as the bass kicks in on the first track you know it's going to be good. Then there's Howard Leese on guitar who was with Heart early on and Kurtis Dengler who doesn't try to be Paul Kossoff but plays with confidence and style. Likewise, Ryan Hoyle is not a similar drummer to Simon Kirke but adds a different emphasis.
So why only 4 stars? Who on earth thought it was acceptable to put the layer change in the middle of the solo in All Right Now? A few minutes later there is a natural break before the encores!
Buy "Paul Rogers - Live In Glasgow" now!