I love the way Glynn Morgan sings the songs from the first album to be honest: Crossover , December 14th, Latest members reviews This live EP is highly recommended to all the Threshold fans the others go buy the studio albums first! This is the best version of it despite it being an underpolished demo version. Still, the crowd is very into this concert and the band played extremely well. A minute later they just let it rip! In fact I think all three major Threshold singers have been a parts of various version of these tracks.
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Still, the crowd is very into this concert and the band played extremely well. It still might be. I would assume these were recorded in a situation where Threshold licedelica not have been the headliner. However, the band made a good work here! They are tight, the keyboards are tasteful, the mix seems live and genuine and the backing sound effects are dealt with tastefully.
This live EP is highly recommended to all the Threshold fans the others go buy the studio albums first! Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. Other sites in the MAC network: This becomes a powerful song and the vocals have a lot to do with that. This is a good live record but most of my favourites from the first two albums are missing. A Tension Of Souls 7: Livedelica is a fine but far from essential live album from this underrated band, sadly out of print these days but included in the special edition of their second album Psychedelicatessen.
Glynn Morgan tried to imitate the Damian Wilson vocals in the excellent Wounded Land songs with irregular fortune but he is fine nonetheless, and Livedelica was also the only album where the former drummer Nick Harrandence can be heard, making a powerful and accurate contribution.
He has a fine performance here, as do the rest of the band.
Morgan’s performance is continuously convincing and emotive. You must be a forum livedleica to post a review, please register here if you are not. I don’t know how elaborate the mixing process and the post-production of this album was, but it really sounds like a studio record most of the time, decreasing the credibility and spontaneity of the music included here.
For A long time running it was my second single favorite Threshold track behind Into the Light. Bassist Jon Jeary provides some pretty fine backing vocals as well.
This is one song I can hear Wilson’s vocals in my mind, and Glynn is really faithful to his style. The sound of the album is fantastic but to be honest, maybe a thresjold too much. Forum user Forum password.
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A blistering guitar solo 3 minutes in. It makes for a bit of an odd live album only featuring 5 songs but the length is certainly there. Results cached 6h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 5 items.
Rhreshold your own review. Some fantastic guitar 5 minutes in. Morgan adds his own emotional touch bringing a completely different vocal style to Wilson.
The song picks up tempo 3 minutes in as riffs arrive. Nevertheless llvedelica crowd is engaging and appreciative of the bands masterful performance. Specially recommended for fans! Vocals get passionate as drums come in. The song itself is a heavy and atmospheric epic; its climax around the 6: A minute later they just let it rip!
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