Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Molly Hatchet - Live In Hamburg 2004 |
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
DVD: — 1. Intro — 2. Whiskey Man — 3. Bounty Hunter — 4. Gator Country — 5. Moonlight Dancin? On A Bayou — 6. Fall Of The Peacemakers — 7. Devil?s Canyon — 8. Drum Solo — 9. Beatin? The Odds — 10. Son Of The South — 11. The Creeper — ... more »
This is the REAL DEAL
James A. Hunter | 03/22/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am not sure that people understand who Molly Hatchet is. Of course they are not the same people as twenty five years ago. Are you? The singer is not Danny , His name is Phil he is a good front man and a really cool dude. He does his best every night. Danny passed away so lets move on that is how he would have wanted it. The crowds in Europe are different than the U.S. Just because they dont throw themselves at a group dosent mean they dont like you.Being an artist myself, I know this. HEY BUY THIS ALBUM IT ROCKS and sounds like a live album should sound. To all the critics out there. Live is never perfect thats what makes it special. To all the people who like DJ's and everything perfect. I have a perfect zit on my ass just for you okay."
Jeff F. Willard | 03/01/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I urge everyone to buy the dvd. It rocks from beginning to end. Long live Molly Hatchet"
Molly Hatchet "Live in Hamburg"
Gary Covington | Louisiana | 10/15/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"MOLLY HATCHET ROCKS ON THIS CONCERT DVD!!! This is modern Molly Hatchet performing at their very best. This was filmed in Hamburg, Germany outside on the banks of a river, before a packed enthusiatic crowd. I have seen other Molly Hatchet concert dvds, but this is probably the best one. Molly Hatchet is one of those "Lynyrd Skynyrd" related Jacksonville, Florida, southern rock bands.
The line up consists of (I don't know all the names): A Lead Singer who is an excellent enthusiatic lead man, Bobby Ingram on lead guitar (this guy can really play, he also has a degree in accounting, the lead singer calls him the best guitar player alive), there is another guitar player, a bass guitar player, keyboard player, and drum player.
The concert consists of 20 songs with a running time of approximately 125 minutes. They play all their classics. Some highlights include: "Gator Country" (this is their "Sweet Home Alabama" or "the South's gonna do it again", -it describes why Florida is so great, and it name checks other Southern Rock Bands, it ends with Bobby Ingram playing "Dixie" with the lead singer holding a Rebel Flag behind him), "Moonlight Dancin on a Bayou", "Fall of the Peacemakers" (dedicated to our prisoners of war, POWs,and MIA's and our U.S.A. military personnel), "Beatin the Odds", "Son of the South", "The Rainbow Bridge", and an excellent guitar solo by Bobby Ingram which leads into their CLASSIC COVER VERSION of the Allman Brothers Band "Dreams" Molly Hatchet's version is very different from the Allman Brother's version - it is very UPBEAT AND ENTERGETIC and contains some excellent guitar play by Bobby Ingram, the entire band "JAMS" on this one, it's just an outstanding performance, which words which can't describe, and the concert ends with their classic song and performance of "Flirtin with Disater" which is a southern rock anthem.
There is significant bonus material, which includes an extensive interview with Bobby Ingram.
This is an excellent Southern Rock concert dvd that is very entertaining, very well performed, and very enjoyable to watch and enjoy, and therefore I highly recommend it."
Not what the others say
Cork | Fruitport, MI United States | 12/23/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Just went through all the reviews here. Most of you people need to wake up and smell the coffee. Of course this isn't DJB, he had to leave the band years ago. He DID however hand pick Phil as his replacement. I don't even own the dvd yet, but I know first hand what this should sound like. I'm about to place my order as soon as I finish this review. I DO have the music itself on cd-r though, which sounds much better than the tunes on Locked & Loaded, which I always thought sounded like crap. Recorded with WAY to much bass in it. Overall, this should be in any Molly Hatchets fans catalog."