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Foghat Millenium Tour DVD

Discussion in 'Music/Concert DVD 's' started by gguerra, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. gguerra

    gguerra Senior Member

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    Great DVD. Had this for a while and it came up in another thread. Thought I would mention it. It features most if not all of the original lineup including Rod Price

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    Ohhh I need tho find this! :grinthumb
     
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    thanks
     
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  5. gguerra

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    My mistake. It's this one that features the original lineup..

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    I have both of them and got them confiused. Both are good but this one features all the originals.
    Here is the track list for this one
    1. Louisiana Blues [:53]
    2. Drivin' Wheel [5:03]
    3. Nothin' But Trouble [6:37]
    4. Stone Blue [5:55]
    5. Rock Your House [7:43]
    6. It Hurts Me Too [6:31]
    7. Sweet Home Chicago [10:58]
    8. I Just Want To Make Love To You [7:46]
    9. Fool For The City [9:42]
    10. Slow Ride [5:09]
    11. Angel Of Mercy [9:22]
    12. Leavin' Again [5:06]

    The other one "Millenium" does not feature Rod Price on lead guitar but Bryan Bassett from "Molly Hatchet"
     
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    So which one gets your vote for the best of the two GG?
     
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  8. gguerra

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    I would have to say the one with Rod Price who I consider as one of the best slide guitarists in rock. He was quite a bit heavier than in his early days. I read that he died after falling down a flight a stairs after a heart attack. RIP Rod

    This show is from 96 or 97.. The Millenium show is from 99 I think..

    Here's a couple of articles
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_Price
    http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/foghat/articles/story/7209581/foghats_rod_price_dies

    Heres a couple of videos from that show

    This one seems slowed down a bit (The video)




    Of course the quality on youtube doesn't do it much justice. sounds a lot better on DVD
     
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    I agree Youtube is only good for a taste, the quality is like listening to AM radio at times when you are used to Hi Fidelity.

    Didn't know that about Rod Price then again I didn't follow Foghat very closely.
     

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