Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. This album is a fantastic live album where the sound hasn't been tampered with See No Evil - Television - Marquee Moon (Cassette allowing the rawness to come through completely. Having said that, it would have been nice if the record company had taken care while manufacturing the vinyls.
The green vinyl skips like crazy and it's very disappointing that a brand new product does this. I'm not aware if I'm just unlucky or all the vinyl's have this problem. I exchanged this for a fresh copy from Amazon. I'm very disappointed with the quality of the product. It does absolutely no justice to the band. I recommend you buy this product but don't buy it from Amazon.
I don't know where Amazon gets its stock from but it looks like they've got a bunch of faulty products. You might find used copies on ebay that sound better. The best option would be a record store. Unfortunately, not many hold this item at least where I live, not one store has it!
Tom Verlaine and company kick out thirteen butt kicking, guitar riffing tracks. I give five stars. Disc 1 pretty much a wash. Verlaine enunciates so clearly on studio discs; slur live is a drag. Excellent concert, shows the actual performance of a group that had magnificient musicians, Album), expecially both players guitar, they are legends.
Gatefold jacket and colour vinyl, one green and the other blue. Sound quality is lousy. Great songs. Very Lucky Girl! True to Form! Great live recording, great guitar, showing the way for the following 80s. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. A brilliant live album is made even better with the remastered version enhancing the sound,the original release was very murky!
Television start the show with the Elevators song "Fire engine",they then play most of the tracks from "Marquee Moon " and "Adventure " That's the beauty of Television's live show,they like to jam and on the song "Foxhole" there is an added guitar part which make it a better version than the one on the album! They also cover "Knockin' on Heavens door" and there's fine guitar playing don't know if it's Verlaine or Lloyd and the final track is "Satisfaction" is brilliant For me the gem of the concert is 15 minutes worth of "little Johnny Jewel" this is surely Verlaine,s See No Evil - Television - Marquee Moon (Cassette moment!
Not a bad track on this album and once again the guitar interplay between Verlaine and Lloyd is amazing A classic! Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. It sounds OK Had this on cassette. Just glad 2 get it on cd. Never mind the sound. Agreat live experience. Any mention of 's twin-lead guitar bands evokes the spectre of a brace Album) phallic-posturing mullet-wagging meatheads duelling ritual stock piffleriffs to a town hall packed full of Joe Cocker impersonators.
However there was one mid-decade band that lifted the genre to an evolutionary level inhospitable to those jilted beernerds whose cultural expression rarely advanced beyond purging over their monkey boots. When New York's new wave emerged,Television appeared most likely to surf all the way to world acclaim.
Any hint of arty pretention in the Tom "Verlaine"reedy warble was bailed Album) by the quality of songs he brought,and the way his band interpreted them. From "Little Johnny Jewel" through the defining "Marquee Moon" album to the choppy-poppy "Foxhole",a new spine shivering template had been created from traditional guitar band elements.
They fell apart after a second album, with Verlaine slowly sailing into a solo sunset of near obscurity as the one-time lesser Apple lights Talking Heads and Blondie went on to global brand recognition. If you missed hearing this band first time round,check out the postings,and if you like what you hear then get a hold of the expanded "Marquee Moon" and this stitched-together live classic.
Load more See No Evil - Television - Marquee Moon (Cassette reviews. Television live! And in their heyday! Love their version of Knockin' on Heaven's Door. Translate review to English. I have all of Televisions and Verlaines albums on vinyl and cd formats. This product in its cd format was very disappointing. The recording quality is very poor even for a live album.
The s witnessed the birth of various subgenres and for Television to rise above the noise with their debut LP, it only meant they were far from your average rock act. It sounds fresh every single time — the more you play it, the more you discover something new and thrilling. At first listen, it might even seem weird or too long. But given a chance, it will soon show its greatness and what made it stand out in a decade full of spectacular records.
The title track is undoubtedly the star of the LP. Clocking in at almost ten minutes, the guitar interplay is stunning and jaw-dropping. The soaring guitar work is a big plus.
The drumming is on point. That intro alone is hands-down impressive. They set the blueprint for alternative rock bands to follow.
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