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re: The Greatest Paradise Ever

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Evil_One 03:10 pm MST 01/22/07
In reply to: re: The Greatest Paradise Ever - Markus 01:54 pm MST 01/22/07

I like what they did with the music too, but you have to remember that they only had about 9 songs and Meat's voice was shot so that lead to the ridiculously long musical filler sections. Not that I'm complaining mind. I also wonder whether the fact they were playing in quite small venues to start with had anything to do with the overall 'feel' of the music?

> I canīt answer your question but thanks for reminding me
> of this recording. Just listened to it and itīs fabulous!
> I really like what they did with the music live back in
> those days. So much more athmosphere than today. If only
> Meat himself sounded better.
>
> Markus.
>
> > From every thing I've heard I have to say that the version
> > of Paradise performed at the Nassau Colliseum has to be
> > the best. It's just a shame Meat's voice is on it's last
> > legs.
> >
> > Anyway, a small question: Anyone who's heard this song
> > must have noticed that the line 'Baby don't you here my
> > heart, it's drowning out the radio' is missing. Now, was
> > it first broadcast in this way or did the original
> > recorder manage to balls it up? Does a version without
> > this slight edit exist?


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