Re: Bonus or bogus?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, tgalloca <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> I have a bootleg of the show. I haven't watched it for awhile butas I
> recall you guys put on a good show!!wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, anvilips2000 <no_reply@y...>
> > Hi gang, I left this as a surprise but to be truthful I've neverseen
> > the footage and quite honestly I don't clearly remember how wellwe
> > played. I remember the first couple of songs being rough becausewe
> > couldn't hear each other,Good, if Tony says it was a good show. But, it didn't really matter
to me: good or not good. I remember when you played on the web at
SIYF, I couldn't see Anvil and the sound was ... yunno, rough? It was
a great moment anyway. Anvil's energy "live" is legendary.
It's an excellent "marketing trap". The fact that a DVD is going to
be with your new CD will provoke the customer's curiousity. Music's
stores sell a lot of DVDs, because people are just curious to see
their favorite artists or bands playing live. Last Christmas, that's
all I had to buy on my list: DVDs. My sisters, nephews and ... my
parents (???) wanted a DVD. If someone have to chose between two CD
and that Back to Basics is a part of this choice: be sure that they
will chose BTB. It's an excellent way to show how good you are on
stage. Lips, you're too perfectionist! In the 80's, the sound was so
loud when you were playing, that people had to go outside. My ears
were going eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, after your shows. We couldn't
here you sing! Don't worry for Wacken...
For Led Zep DVD, it took years and years of work to obtain this
result and Page put a lot of money on it. I've never thought that
your DVD would be mastered or just like a "movie". Anvil, "pure and
simple" is a lot better.
- Tange said: In the 80's, the sound was so
> loud when you were playing, that people had to go outside. My earsOH yes, I agree,,Ha! The first time I got to see AnViL in '85 my ears
> were going eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, after your shows.
went "eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee" for three days straight! Actually,
they still haven't stopped ringing!
Long live the loud!