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Paradise Live, Hard Rock Casino, Hollywood

June 26, 2008

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by PeterP

An interesting idea - a group of musicians playing classic albums in their entirety. The same idea is in use in several places throughout the country. We caught the Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon at Paradise Live. The band did a very nice job of creating the music live helped by an enigmatic female singer and a great saxophonist. The show was very professional and was a good way to hear enjoyable live music at a reasonable cost [$20]. What the audience lacked in numbers they made up in enthusiasm. The advantage of a small venue is the proximity to the band and the audience was very enthusuastic in their reaction.

The band added to the length of the show [about 1 1/4 hours] by playing some other Pink Floyd hits.

Worth catching if you like small live music shows.

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