Live At The Roxy

On "LIVE AT THE ROXY", Mike Ness (lead vocals & guitar) interacts with the audience, usually giving songs a background 'introduction' & the audience loves him, gets him & feels for him & with him. And, it's captured in LIVE AT THE ROXY CD - if you weren't there, when you play it (& PLAY IT LOUD!) you feel like you ARE there!/5().

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In the passed 40 years, The Roxy has been a launching platform for aspiring artists and a home for those that are well established in the industry. Simultaneously in , Lou and Elmer opened a Private Membership Only lounge above The Roxy called On The Rox.

On "LIVE AT THE ROXY", Mike Ness (lead vocals & guitar) interacts with the audience, usually giving songs a background 'introduction' & the audience loves him, gets him & feels for him & with him. And, it's captured in LIVE AT THE ROXY CD - if you weren't there, when you play it (& PLAY IT LOUD!) you feel like you ARE there! /5().

Live At The Roxy is as brutal as the band's reputation suggests. Recorded at the same show as the band's contribution to the Live At The Roxy various artists album, it opens and closes with hideously discordant versions of the intent-laden "Oh Bondage! Up Yours", a cacophonic saxophone defying the punk wisdom that the instrument had no.


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3 Replies to “Live At The Roxy”

  1. Live at the Roxy is without question the best "live" album the great man ever produced. This is a tour de force - a wonderfully intimate experience with great audience particpation (lots of yelps and yeahs) - brilliantly recorded - and some of the most intense singing - moaning and groaning - from the dreadlocked guru ever caught on tape/5().

  2.  · Live at the Roxy is without question the best "live" album the great man ever produced. This is a tour de force - a wonderfully intimate experience with great audience particpation (lots of yelps and yeahs) - brilliantly recorded - and some of the most intense singing - moaning and groaning - from the dreadlocked guru ever caught on tape/5().

  3. This recording is the complete performance from a stint at The Roxy in Los Angeles in October The set was broadcast on radio and is considered to be one of the great live performances featuring songs from the recently released Born To Run album and also key songs from his previous two albums alongside some covers which he made his own in new arrangements/5(19).

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