Posted by ridgely on February 21, 1999 at 04:53:19:
In Reply to: comments on Milwaulkee show posted by Ron on February 20, 1999 at 18:51:57:
: Enjoyed last nights show at Bradley Center. The stripped down stage and overall production is a nice change. The seats directly behind the stage are great with the boys playing to the crowd in the rear quite a bit. It would be nice if they played less of their greatest hits play list, but I guess thats what folks want to hear. By the way, is anyone tired of Bobby Keys same old sax licks?
Bradley Center was the first No Security show out of 7 I hope to see.My seat wason Keith`s side top level,at an angle.First thing was during WMM`s opening act,the screens were on and the sound was good the band was pretty good,worked hard and got a good reception.No easy task. Then,showtime.It is indeed the coolest intro I`ve ever seen.Saw indoor shows in Chicago,NYC and Houston on B2B,and this show lived up to and even surpassed those.The focus is on the band and the show.The setlist worked very well for me.Missed Saint of Me.Keith did Silver,it was beautiful and the sound,from my vantage point was really good.Keith`s acousticreal rich.Woody played slide,NO pedalsteel,but it sounded great.People have been bitching about Ronnie not playing but when he doesit sounded strong.The reason he doesn`t playas much is Keith is playing alot.This cat is together and he is playing STRONG.My God he is playing his ass off.Noticed after one song,on the way back to a guitar change Keith and Mick exchanged a quick hug,big smiles.Keith,during the into`s before Woody got his was standing next to him,with his arm around Ronnie.The camraderie was only surpassed by the playing on the stage.Middle stage was great Rt.66 whew and Midnight Rambler,those guitars,and Mick is peforming a high level he is great. The crowd was into it,mixed ages,which is beautifull to see,kids on up,knowing the songs,digging Out of Control.In the paper,Mick had thrown a B`Day party for his daughter,I checked out the Water St.scene,great show,great time,Milwaukee was a true gas.
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