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It’s going to be pretty tough to please everyone
when your career spans 40 years, but we were
hoping to hear some of the 70’s and 80’s stuff
played in the original arrangements. Didn’t
really care for the somewhat ‘wanky’
departures during classics like Watching the
Detectives, and those backup singers were
completely unnecessary. Elvis is still a way
awesome cat though, so cool to see him still
from Vancouver, British Columbia
ADMIRABLY LONG CONCERT, MOSTLY POOR VOCALS FROM EC
Nice that Elvis sang a long (2 hr 45 min) show despite battling a bad cold. Much of his singing was pitchy and froggy. (I understand the frogginess, but does a cold make you go off pitch?) His vocals improved as the night went on. Weird rendition of Watching the Detectives, good versions of Pump It Up and What so Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding.
Great band (love Pete Thomas's drumming). Thanks god for the back up singers. Elvis did offer some great tortured-sounding guitar leads. I think if he wasn't sick this would be a 4 star (or even five) star show.
MatWin from Vancouver, British Columbia
His voice was not up to par. The sound could have been better. All the
energy came from the 2 back up singers who were great. Did not stay
for the encore, which is a first.
Taps from Minneapolis, Minnesota
EC AT NORTHRUP, MPLS
The Imposters are grand musicians, as is EC, and the back-up singers were great.
The few rockers that they played, that did not depend on EC's vocals, were good,
'High Fidelity', etc..., and especially the closing 'Peace, Love & Understanding' were
Unfortunately EC doesn't have the voice any more. His ballads are difficult to sing in
general, in terms of pitch and phrasing, and it's too bad that EC can't really sing his
own ballads any more. And the thing with his songs, is no one could really do his
ballads justice. I love a ton of EC's ballads, but if he can't do them any more and no
one else can, then I will just have to live in the past.
Deb from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
SOUND WAS HORRIBLE
Was quite excited to see Elvis Costello live for the 1st time. Sound quality was so bad we left half way through. It was like trying to understand Dylan, muffled, garbled, and difficult to understand. But his guitar shined through most of it.
Cheryl from Frankfort Kentucky
I LOVE Elvis but the sound was so horrible i walked out hoping he would fire the sound man. Doesnt someone walk around to see if the sound is clear. We litterally had zero clear songs
Patrick O’Doherty from Boston, Massachusetts
COMMITTED PERFORMANCE BUT MUDDY SOUND
Lots of sincere effort from Elvis, Steve, Bruce et Al spoiled by a very muddy sound mix and over-heavy arrangements of his classic songs rendering some almost unrecognizable. At times it sounded like Metallica covering his songs.
In contrast Nick Lowe sounded great after 50 years..
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