DLR 2020-01-10 Las Vegas, NV

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January 25, 2020 at 12:27 pm Quote #61320



January 10, 2020
Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues

Shure MV88 > iPhone 7 > Motiv Audio App > WAV (24/48) > Cool Edit Pro (dithers to 16/44) > CD Wave Editor (tracking) > FLAC

01. You Really Got Me [The Kinks]
02. Big Train >
03. Unchained [Van Halen]
04. Fresh Out [Christone “Kingfish” Ingram] >
05. Just Like Paradise
06. Dance the Night Away [Van Halen] >
07. Runnin’ With the Devil [Van Halen]
08. Mean Street [Van Halen] >
09. California Girls [The Beach Boys]
10. banter
11. Ice Cream Man [John Brim]
12. Tobacco Road [John D. Loudermilk]
13. Jamie’s Cryin’ [Van Halen] //
14. // Panama intro >
15. Panama [Van Halen]
16. Oh, Pretty Woman [Roy Orbison]
17. Beautiful Girls [Van Halen]
18. Everybody Wants Some!! [Van Halen]
19. banter
20. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love [Van Halen]
21. Just a Gigolo / I Ain’t Got Nobody [Louis Prima]
22. Jump [Van Halen]

David Lee Roth – vocals & harmonica
Al Estrada – lead guitar
Frankie Lindri – rhythm guitar
Ryan Wheeler – bass
Danny Wagner – keyboards (including artificial saxophone sounds)
Mike Mussleman – drums

Notes: There is a cut about 30 seconds into the first song; it should’nt be missing more than 20 second to a minute of music before I got it turned back on. There is also a cut in Jamie’s Cryin and I’m missing the second half of the song :(





In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Roth described his Vegas residency in the following way: “It is classic rock delivered in a way that you have yet to ever see. Most rock bands practice up the rhythm section and then add on those vocals like sprinkles. We started opposite here. What we’re bringing is a symphonic sound that is clearly different.

“When you hear what we’re bringing,” he continued, “particularly in a spectacularly tight venue like you can find in Vegas — it’s nice and tight, you can see everybody’s faces, you can see eyebrows. I’ve said that dogs are more popular than cats because they have eyebrows. You can tell what the dog is thinking. Kitty cats, they’re like strippers: You can’t tell what they’re thinking.”

“Most bands spend six weeks, minus auditions, to bring you a superb show. I started two years ago,” he explained. “I bring two guitars, sometimes three, and now it picks up the way you first heard it inside that car, the way you first heard it in those great big ugly Koss headphones your brother lent to ya.

“What we bring here is a whole sensibility of storytelling and toasting and dedications,” he added. “I’ve already had one request, fella wants to propose on stage, so we’ll prepare a gospel moment, clearly. We’ll have to.”

Roth will play eight more Vegas shows in January and March, in addition to performing as the opening act for the upcoming North American legs of KISS’s “End Of The Road” farewell tour starting on February 1 in Manchester, New Hampshire

January 25, 2020 at 1:20 pm Quote #61321


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