12

Jul

2013

Railroad Earth

Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

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07/12/13 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

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Reviews for this item

HoboOnRails 8/9/2013 6:11:06 PM

"Nor sure where to start. The first release of this show was a bit of a disaster sound wise. Not sure where the fault lies, but to the credit of Railroad Earth and livedownloads they removed it, remix it and the results is sound wise almost as good as their official live release Elko. As for the music: This was Railroad Earth's first time as headliner at Red Rocks. After a very good, but exterminate loud Galatic, it was time for that Hobos like me have been waiting for. What came out was band playing at full force. I met more people than I thought that hadn't heard Railroad Earth before and I didn't see a face that looked unhappy. It is true as a fan that travels and has seen them 70 times the playlist was a bit of a greatest hits, although the newer song Untitled #12 just didn't make face smiles but was a dance party hit. The rest of material was played as well as ever. Since Andrew Altman joined this band it has been on a sonic rise and this is just another spot on a ledge to heights I can only ponder about. In short for 3 hours of music that now after an mix upgrade sounds as good as anything you'll find, This is highly recommend for people wanting to hear a Railroad Earth show for the first time or those of us who just want hear the song we love cast in new and invigorating light gathered at the rocks that are Red."

HoboOnRails 8/9/2013 2:42:45 PM

"Nor sure where to start. The first release of this show was a bit of a disaster sound wise. Not sure where the fault lies, but to the credit of Railroad Earth and livedownloads they removed it, remix it and the results is sound wise almost as good as their official live release Elko. As for the music: This was Railroad Earth's first time as headliner at Red Rocks. After a very good, but exterminate loud Galatic, it was time for that Hobos like me have been waiting for. What came out was band playing at full force. I met more people than I thought that hadn't heard Railroad Earth before and I didn't see a face that looked unhappy. It is true as a fan that travels and has seen them 70 times the playlist was a bit of a greatest hits, although the newer song Untitled #12 just didn't make face smiles but was a dance party hit. The rest of material was played as well as ever. Since Andrew Altman joined this band it has been on a sonic rise and this is just another spot on a ledge to heights I can only ponder about. In short for 3 hours of music that now after an mix upgrade sounds as good as anything you'll find, This is highly recommend for people wanting to hear a Railroad Earth show for the first time or those of us who just want hear the song we love cast in new and invigorating light gathered at the rocks that are Red."