Lindsey Buckingham: Live at the Bass Performance Hall

Lindsey Buckingham: Live at the Bass Performance Hall

Director: Hank Lena Cast: Lindsey Buckingham

DVD (Stereo)

Overview

Lindsey Buckingham: Live at the Bass Performance Hall captures a 2007 performance by the talented musician. Taken from a tour to support his 2006 album Under the Skin, the show features over a dozen of songs taken from throughout his decades long career including "Never Goin' Back," "Go Your Own Way," "Holiday Road," and "Second Hand News."

Product Details

Release Date: 03/25/2008
UPC: 0075993999709
Original Release: 2007
Source: Reprise / Wea
Region Code: 0
Sound: [stereo]
Time: 2:18:00

Special Features

Documentary: "Not Too Late"

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lindsey Buckingham: Live at the Bass Performance Hall
2. Not Too Late [6:01]
3. Trouble [4:34]
4. Never Going Back Again [3:50]
5. Second Hand News [5:38]
6. Cast Away Dreams [4:40]
7. It Was You [3:23]
8. Big Love [3:48]
9. Go Insane [6:19]
10. Under the Skin [4:06]
11. I'm So Afraid [9:49]
12. I Know I'm Not Wrong [4:04]
13. Tusk [4:51]
14. Go Your Own Way [7:56]
15. Holiday Road [6:42]
16. Show You How [5:08]
17. Shut Us Down [6:17]

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Lindsey Buckingham: Live at the Bass Performance Hall 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lindsey Buckingham had a dilemma. Inside Fleetwood Mac he was the Alchemist, the forger of the classic Mac sound. Outside Mac's umbrella, if you listen to "Not Too Late" he wasn't known and that had become a bit of a problem. Last year he released another solo CD TO RAVE reviews and meager sales yet again. This time however Lindsey hit the road in support of that CD and less than a year after his last DVD of live material he releases this new live CD/DVD. His playing is on par with anyone playing guitar today. His finger picking style will leave you in awe. The songs span most of his career. If I had a beef it would be that he didn't do anything from "Out Of The Cradle" from 1992 or possibly a song from his and Stevie's long lost solo album. Beyond that there is nothing here that doesn't sound incredible. And who knows maybe if he puts out another CD a little sooner and tour behind that CD as well, he won't have to write songs about being unknown.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you are a Lindsey fan then you will really enjoy. If you are not, you will like most of the songs but on some you will say "what the heck". Some of the solos go a bit too far. Some of the track volumes don't stay consistant. Nature of the beast on live albums? Who knows.