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Classic Albums Live


Paradise Live, Hard Rock Casino, Hollywood, Florida

July 19, 2008

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by PeterP

Another good and great value show from Classic Albums LIve. The idea is to play one classic album in its entirety and then some other stand out music from the same classic band. This time Fleetwood Mac's Rumours was an accomplished group of musicians featuring 2 outstanding female lead singers. All in all, the band did a very nice job of capturing the Fleetwood Mac sound; in fact, because of the small venue and the proximity to the band I almost preferred this show  to the last time I saw Fleetwood Mac in person more than 4 years ago. The band played especially good versions of The Chain and Tusk.

The audience was very enthusiastic and encouraged the band to play an encore which they did not do when they played Dark Side of the Moon a few weeks earlier.

If you love live music this is a good value [$20] and well worth seeing.   

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