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Skin It Back (Rockpalast Colection) [Import anglais]

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  • Format : PAL, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0), Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Eagle Visi (Edel)
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 4 septembre 2009
  • Durée : 97 minutes
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  • ASIN: B002GYS1TK
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Short and Sweet - Little Feat 1977 15 février 2011
Par applewood - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Every song here is great and a classic; live, no overdubs, no bs, no glitz, just kickass musicianship, (with pretty good sound quality and camera work throughout).

This concert is of Little Feat at their peak (on their Summer '77 European tour a few weeks before they returned to the States and recorded the classic Waiting for Columbus (Bonus CD) (Dlx). So, you get the same great songs, (although not as much music as on the 2 CD version, nor with the killer Tower of Power horn section that played with them in DC), but even better is the chance to see the core band play, and get a glimpse of the 70's rock 'n roll scene (unpretentious yet passionate performances accompanied by dancing cactus stage props....)

Lowell George reminds me a bit of Jack Black (appearance only), looking young and unassuming, yet with a commanding stage presence. Reputed to have had perfect pitch it is great to watch him play the stratospheric crap out of his slide (while doing stuff like adjusting his tuning in mid solo). I know he was the one to die of an overdose, but here he's clearly the leader, and the most level headed looking one in the bunch.

Bill Payne brings that perfect combination of sophisticated jazz and honky-tonk blues to his wide array of keyboards.

Paul Barrere is especially impressive fronting the band, and plays great lead (sometimes also using slide), doing stuff that I used to think was Georges'. It is great to watch them jamming together with dueling leads.

Kenny Gradney is wonderfully animated (like a 70's dancing fool as he bobs and weaves to the beat) yet serenely focused as he lays down the thick yet nimble bass grooves.

Richie Hayward is intense and focused and right there with the others offering great support on drums.

And Sam Clayton (with his beautiful physique) adds tasteful, low-key backing on percussion.

For any Little Feat or classic rock fan this DVD is a no brainer. They just don't make music like this anymore (Little Feat or anyone else).

(The concert footage includes Skin It Back, Fat Man In the Bathtub, Oh Atlanta, Day At The Dog Races, All That You Dream, Old Folk's Boggie, Dixie Chicken, Tripe Face Boogie, Feat's Don't Fail Me Now, Willin' & Rocket In My Pocket, and the bonus rehersal material includes six of these songs plus Rock 'N Roll Doctor which didn't make it onto the main film.)
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic LG era Feat & must have for true fans 9 septembre 2014
Par CatRox - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This is 100% classic Little Feat from the Lowell George era. And what a treat for LF fans who never got the chance to see Lowell perform live!
Given that this performance was originally recorded in for a TV show 1977 and how well it's presented here is an amazing feat of restoration IMHO. I could also say I can't imagine anything like this on American TV back then...more's the pity.
Ok yeah there are subtitles here and there; frankly I don't see that as a negative but more of a plus for folks who are just now discovering Little Feat. Kinda like when Ed Sullivan subtitled the Beatles first perf on his show.
I got to live a magical moment in the '80s. Hubby and I were on a tour and literally rolled into NYC (pre 911) with the skyline in the morning light while listening to that track. I"ve seen LF live several times and even after Lowell passed they have always been hands down one of the BEST live shows. Who needs all the fancy lighting and go-go dancers and yada yada when the musicians kick butt??
For me it's also bittersweet seeing the guys so young; RIP Lowell and Richie. Paul, you've only gotten better. Ditto to Sam and the rest of the fellas.
I think the bonus rehearsal footage is a big plus. It shows musicians who love their craft so much they not only put it ALL on stage during performances but also during sound check/rehearsal.
And if I could be granted a wish from the Little Feat camp...if video exists of Live From Neon Park...put it out for us fans!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 i.e. 7 juin 2014
Par Tyrebyter - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Read all the other reviews. They are spot on and I won't rehash.their points. I've bought this DVD twice. The first one I lent to my guitar teacher, a serious jazz player who was polite about accepting it. At the next lesson he was trying to figure out how to work Little Feat tunes into his sets. It's about people who are players. All of the players in this performance have personalities and it comes through the music. It's the best thing I've seen since The Buena Vista Social Club. Lowell George was gifted and troubled and both can be seen clearly in this performance. This show is amazing for the interactions as much as the music. There's a lot of subtle interplay going on and I see something new every time I watch it. Players know Lowell. Two fellows were entertaining the crowd at Crested Butts Ski Lodge and i asked if they knew,any Lowell George. "Of course", and they busted out with Willin'. Buy it, watch it and watch it again and again.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you like the "Waiting For Columbus" live album 21 juin 2016
Par Slippery Trout - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This video, taken from the German TV show Rockpalast, has come out under different names. This one is a little higher quality than the other one I had at one time, I think that was just called "Live Rockpalast!" or something to that sort. This dvd also comes with some rehearsal videos the other didn't have. If you like the "Waiting For Columbus" live album, this is the video to love even more, as it's pretty much a warm up concert for the album recordings, the sound is great, and watching them perform them is a real treat.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Really really really sucks once again I'm deceived with another completely identically copy 13 mai 2017
Par Albert Yaunkunks - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Really really really sucks once again I'm deceived with another completely identically copy. Little Feat skin it back is the same as little feat live in Germany. I enjoy it but already have copy. I bet Lowell is rolling over in his grave. Sorry Lowell.
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