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Setlist, vídeos y Review del concierto de Soundgarden en JONES BEACH

Setlist, vídeos y Review del concierto de Soundgarden en JONES BEACH

Del 9 de Julio de 2011

Searching With My Good Eye Closed
Jesus Christ Pose
Blow Up The Outside World
My Wave
The Day I Tried To Live
Ugly Truth
Hunted Down
Fell On Black Days
Rusty Cage
Beyond The Wheel
Black Hole Sun
Burden In My Hand
4th of July

Hands All Over
Loud Love
Like Suicide
Slaves & Bulldozers

Aquí unos cuantos videos:




Aquí una review, que dejo en inglés porque es mucho tochaco para traducir y porque estoy ocupado xD:

Chris Cornell still has the voice, that unique screaming high voice that is also so responsible for the band’s sound. He performed with a ton of energy and kept trying to get the crowd more involved. He even jumped down from the stage and ran down the aisle to stand on a chair and sing part of a song. He was really just on. And man did he sound good. The one thing that bothered me was that lots of his banter sounded like it was the same things he probably says every night, just swapping out the city name.

Kim Thayil with Soundgarden at Jones Beach July 9, 2011

Kim Thayil

Speaking of sounding good, not only did the band play amazingly great, but the sound was great. The live mix was just great. It was a perfect Soudgarden mix that accentuated the high end stuff from Chris’s voice but really kept the guitars and bass in balance and standing out when necessary and the strong focus on the bass and toms on the drum set. My only complaint would be that the ride cymbal was super low in the mix and that pingy ride is a Soundgarden trademark.

And also part of sounding great was the way they played. They jammed a little, but didn’t go crazy with it. But they also didn’t try to just copy the album versions. When you see a concert you want to hear the songs in their live state, which shouldn’t sound like an album, but also shouldn’t sound entirely unlike the album, especially if you haven’t toured in many teenager’s life times. So the songs sounded just right. Everyone was playing them just the way they wanted and it was incredible. Every song just brought back so many memories. One of the best examples of them changing a song just right was their biggest hit, “Black Hole Sun”. They played it just a tad slower than it’s normal tempo and it kept the song familiar and epic but also added to it.

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