Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Son Volt 6 String Belief|
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
1. Who — 2. Bandages & Scars — 3. 6 String Belief — 4. Atmosphere — 5. Gramaphone — 6. Back into Your World — 7. Joe Citizen Blues — 8. Medicine Hat — 9. Ipecac — 10. Damn Shame — 11. Feel Free — 12. Barstow — 13. Loose String — 14. Ch... more »
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Well, 4.5 stars really
T. Prizer | Atlanta, GA | 05/30/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Son Volt is one of the best bands on the planet, and on the live stage, they are *the* best. This DVD does a wonderful job capturing the intensity of Son Volt's live shows, sparked by Farrar's signature stop-and-start sonic explosions. This really is a great collection of songs that span all of Farrar's work. My only complaint about this DVD is the format of the interview with Farrar included on the DVD's "Bonus Features" section. The interview has quite a bit of interesting info about Jay, Son Volt, and Uncle Tupelo, but it is delivered by flashing a question on the screen and then cutting to Farrar responding to the ghost who asked him. Makes for a very odd and rigid presentation of the information. Also, on a more minor note, there is an error in the track listing whereby if you select the song "Drown" it takes you not to the beginning of that song but to the middle of the previous song, "Medication." Still, for the chance to see and hear Son Volt live with such a great picture and sound quality, this DVD is worth every penny."
Son Volt Rocks
K. Hartman | Lake Mary, FL | 05/26/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Son Volt does not disappoint in this 2 hour DVD. I somewhat agree with the previous reviewer - HD Net showed part of this show and it was in High Def. But if you are a fan of Son Volt, especially the newest album, and/or Jay Farrar's solo work, this DVD is worth the price. The sound is incredible, and there are 31, count them, 31 songs spanning from his Uncle Tupelo days up through the entire new album being featured.
Other than the picture issue, the only other drawbacks are variety of the material. The acoustic songs are few and far between, but the new band, especially with the 2 guitar approach, rocks. Could have also used more than one Uncle Tup song. But all in all a great DVD and a nice compliment to the Austin City Limit DVD."