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    If you went to the August 16th show, please feel free to add a reply with your review here.

    Let's try to keep this thread for REVIEWS ONLY, and not for discussion. That way, it will be easy for people to read them.

    If you want to discuss this particular show, just make a new thread for that.

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    Just got back from the show........

    Same exact set list for both DLR and The Red Rocker as the Hershey show I attend on Wednesday.

    I would say the Pavillion was about 75% full.......which was a lot more than the last VH show with Gary. Of course with Sam, there wasn't even a seat left on the lawn.

    Sammy

    What can I say.....110% all night long. His guitar play needs to check out some tab for Best of Both Worlds.......he did add some tapped harmonics to "When It's Love".....

    During his encore, he started signing T-Shirts and he could barely get away from all the shirts coming on stage to sign.

    Dave

    He seemed to have his shit together tonight. He put a ton of effort into his performance. The crowd reacted with thunderous cheers. His guitar player is better than Ed.......the dude is bad ass.

    Bottomline

    I'd give the nod to DLR tonight........the crowd ate him up. He was on and his band was hot. Sammy was good, but I think the crowd was really into hearing the old tunes.

    While I stood for the whole show on Wednesday.....I had seats a mile away in the back of the pavillion and snagged a seat where I could prop my feet up and enjoy the show. Of course I've got some cock sucker infront of me who has had a lot to drink, motioning me to get up and stand. Thank god for Jumbotrons......It was a relaxing night as I prepare to celebrate 30 years of life......not a bad way to conclude the first 30............
    Actually I think most of us are Dave, Sam, and Mike fans. There's just a small group of people who have strange allegiances and like to get into petty pissing contests that I can't believe everyone on this site isn't bored of. - Brett

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    Easy with the "Brian is better than Ed" shit. That's so ludicrous it's not even funny.
    Thank you.
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    Originally posted by Little Dreamer:
    Easy with the "Brian is better than Ed" shit. That's so ludicrous it's not even funny.
    Thank you.
    Just a little joke.......but I do beleive that a lot of players are better at "doing Ed" than Ed is himself. But Ed's true talent is writing the shit in the first place.
    Actually I think most of us are Dave, Sam, and Mike fans. There's just a small group of people who have strange allegiances and like to get into petty pissing contests that I can't believe everyone on this site isn't bored of. - Brett

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    Well Shit!!!

    This has to be right up there will going to see VH a few years ago... Alot of the stuff Ive read from other posters seemed to be off last night at Nissan.

    Sammy was just plain awesome. every bit of his set rocked... it was also pretty cool when his waitresses came out and lifted there shirts up... but that doesn't scratch the surface. The whole Cabo Wabo thing could get toned down a bit, but it doesn't really bother me too much (probably because I love tequila ) His set list is much better then it was when he started this tour. I was very pumped to hear a NON-watered down version of Right Now and Sam's little reference to Panama in his speech before FWYS was classic! Vick also did something weird during FWYS and it kinda lost its grovy feel. No Mikey, which sucked, but Sam was awesome without him. So if he had been there Sam would have easily stollen the show. And as jimmy said he signed a shit load of shirts near the end which was a cool ass thing to do. Sams still has the same voice as he did back in his prime days with VH. Vick was very good at playin the VH songs, either the people saying he cant play them are lying or are deaf. Good job Sammy.

    Dave...
    Dave is Dave, he may not have the looks and his clothes may no longer be in style... but he brings that old school rock n roll to ya like always. He started off weak and I was dissapointed in Hot for Teacher and Panama but he took it to the next level after that... his voice was better than most have said, but still off in a couple spots, plus it was hard as shit to hear him over Brian and his guitar most of the time. Little Dreamer was phenominal as was Mean Street. Ice Cream Man was cool, and it almost sounded like he was playing Angel Eyes right before it... did anyone else think so??? Two things I didnt like about Dave's show... One, guitar was too loud and the Eruption copy has got to go, and two, he didnt play Unchained!!! What the F*@k is up with that!!

    Honestly I have to say this was a tie all the way. Both singers had the crowd going, both performed to their best. And both would be welcome back into VH in my book.

    [ August 17, 2002, 08:41 PM: Message edited by: SteveDS90 ]

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    1999 caught DLR in D.C. at MCI Center opening for Bad Co. (8/10)
    2000 saw DLR at Nissan Pavilion in VA (8.5/10)
    2001 saw DLR in Philly at the Spectrum (10+++/10)

    It's becoming a yearly thing, a baptism of rock. Here's how I saw it this time:

    I went with 2 buddies of mine and my "off-her ritalin-giddy"(just a euphemism) high school sister and her friend (somehow over the years, I've managed to turn my younger sis into a rabid classic VH fan. She was so wired to see the show, I actually had to tell her to chill out cause she was too hyper).

    Everyone in our cadre was stoked to see Dave and his band. Everyone going loves the classic songs, and over the years, I've put DLR on a pedestal by talking up his shows.

    The X-factor for the night was Sammy. My friends and I aren't big Hagar fans (although I'll cop out to liking "Top of the World" and a few other songs), and my sister and her friend didn't know his music save for "Right Now' and a few others.

    Rolled into the lot around 6:00 and the tailgating had commenced. Beer, stereos, grills - the works! What a scene! Regardless of what era you like better, this is what VH was, and should be about - FUN! Checked out the main gates a few times between 6 and 6:30, didn't catch any Army members. Went back to my car and continued to help finish off the beer, so as to save a little dough on beers inside. When Sammy started, I was BLITZED!

    Sammy starts and the Pavilion (which hold 25,000 when packed to the brim) is about 2/3 as full as it's gonna get for the night (it probably maxed at 15,000). Played the same setlist as the other recent shows. The crowd got to max about 1/2 way through Sammy. Only the front half of the crowd was standing for the majority of Sammy's set. "Top of the World" got a good reaction, and Sammy closed with "Mas Tequila" (which surprise got his best reaction of the night - I HATE that song, but it was his most popular of the night). Also popular was when he brought out his waitresses and had them flash their tits at the screen. This was nice, but I've seen tits before. People cheered for a moment, but then seemed to be thinking what I was: just play your songs, Sam! His encores were "When It's Love"(barf) and "Dreams"(gag). They both got really good reactions, but not as much as "Mas". As far as crowd reaction, it took Sammy until the last 3 songs to get about 75% of the crowd on their feet.

    Judging that a LOT of folks were sitting during Sam's set (it seemed like many were literally "awakened" by what folks later realized was an exploding worm out of a giant Cabo Wabo tequila bottle), I can say that I was not the only one was not really into Sam and his band. I wasn't like, "looking at my watch" bored, but it was more "change-fumblin, heel rocker" type of stuff - not get off your but and sing and dance and air guitar every word GOLD. During "Eagles Fly" it looked like a fire drill - Mas Personas!(one piss) headed to piss and get more beer (myself included).

    Sam tuned down a half step and a whole step for a LOT of songs. Particularly, I think he tuned down a whole step for "Top of the World". I can't sing for shit, and I could hit all the notes in the choruses in full voice the way they tuned (there's nothign wrogn with this, but Sam shouldn't be talking trash about DLR's voice when he has to tune down so much).

    My other criticism, and that of many others, were his tequila advertisements. During the promo, during the show he talked about his tequila, the giant Cabo Wabo bottle. Anyway, it's like shooting fish in a barrel the Cabo Wabo shtick annoyed people.

    After seeing Sammy, I say he's a good rock and roller. I'd rather see him and his band than some of the cliched, "depressed" rock bands of today. But, I wouldn't pay to see him play. Vic Johnson's a really good guitar player, but as people have said before, he's a good musician, but nothing better than any good, solid rock/blues guitar player you'd see at any descent nightclub. His band was tight, but there was nothing really dexterous they played. Pretty straightforward rock and roll with Mr. Everyman Sam.

    So even though I'm inclined with my bias to say "Sam was boring as a pile of my dung and his cheese-filled love songs and tequila advertisements bite my scrotum!", I can honestly give Mr. Hagar and his band a 7/10. Solid performance and his fans were happy. I stood up for Top of the World and sang along some, and I stood up at the end and clapped. But nobody save a few were screaming or ballistic for him at the end in the entire back half of the pavilion.

    I was expecting some promo video from Dave before he came on, but no. Screen lights up, drums, bass, guitar kick in, and the ENTIRE FUCKING CROWD stands up and starts screaming! Any talking up I've done on DLR's shows over the years didn't backfire on me tonight.
    HOT FOR TEACHER
    Contrary to other folks, I think this is a great song to start with. It's like porno, you know what's coming so why bother with the plot! Song after song, everyone was way into it. Guys were air guitaring and chicks were dancing. Everyone had big old smiles and were standing a moving around. Dave seemed very relaxed and energetic. Whereas Sammy kept explicitly pandering to the crowd and asking people to stand up and party with him, Dave did it implicitly through a lot of pantomiming and his stage performance he's crafted over 25 years.

    Each leaping roundhouse kick was greeted with whooping a hollering like it was a high-5 to the crowd. Like Dave describes in Crazy From the Heat - like a backhand in tennis. Unlike others, I think Dave actually interacted with the crowd more (and better) than Sammy - he just did it with style and skill! Sam's like the guy who's out on the dance floor when the music's pumped up so loud you can't hear, and then he starts asking the chick, "Are you having a good time, would you like to party or have sex with me at some point?" in the middle of dancing, whereas Dave is just grinding his hip into the chick and letting his body language speak. Dave's kicks and splits and martial arts and jokes got a helluva lot more reaction than Sammy Hagar telling his waitresses to flash their breasts.

    Dave's voice was great! He was hitting a lot more screams than when I saw him in Philly in November - and he hit a lot then too. Dave didn't tune down any songs (I can tell, I sang along with them all). As strange as it may seem, and I'm gonna take flack for this I know, Dave has been pumping up his voice and I think it's now about as strong as Hagar's. No joke. I think folks that are exclaiming how great Sam's voice sounds aren't accounting for him tuning down a step. Dave was hitting the same high notes Sam was tonight, or at least with a note. Dave hit notes that were much lower as well. And when Dave was hitting the high notes in full voice, like in Atomic Punk, he was singing just as high as Sammy was in a tuned down version of Dreams, but Dave's voice was rich and full, and not just a "scream". I just need a pitch-meter or something to shut teh deaf naysayers about Dave's voice up, cause I know I'm right.

    Brian Young was friekin amazing, as were Ray and James Lomenzo. I left with a smile on my face after a night of some great classic VH music with my buddies. Fan-fucking-tasic! [img]graemlins/thumb.gif[/img]
    DLR: 10++++/10
    -steve

    P.S. I bought the No Holds BarBQue - It has the movie, and then the movie with Dave's commentary. I'm going to write a looooong ass review on it soon. Long story short: Dave had/has some INGENIUS ideas in this thing. But, he needs more practice in film-making. The production quality ranged from so-so to bad.

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    Marion, you been hitting the pipe again brother? Damn Man! How long did it take you to write that review? Not as long as it took me to read it I hope. :I got a migraine in the middle of that one. Cliff note version next time Dude!
    "The truth hurts."

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    Originally posted by Harris:
    Marion, you been hitting the pipe again brother? Damn Man! How long did it take you to write that review? Not as long as it took me to read it I hope. :I got a migraine in the middle of that one. Cliff note version next time Dude!
    Asalamalakkalayka my brotha! Of course I have been hitting the pipe; how do you think I got dis here nigga' baaad attitude?!

    As far as my review goes...what can I say. At least it's in paragraphs, right?

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    Good show, Sammy's band sucks, Dave's band rocked, they both need VH, VH needs them, and whoever said the lawn was full is full of shit...maybe 12,000 there if that, the lawn was about 1/4 full two full sections of the pavilion were empty. Vic Johnson really sucks, so does Sammys drummer. But credit to Sam, he tried real hard and had fun.
    Pick up the fucking phone Eddie and call someone!!

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    Originally posted by Marion Barry:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Harris:
    Marion, you been hitting the pipe again brother? Damn Man! How long did it take you to write that review? Not as long as it took me to read it I hope. :I got a migraine in the middle of that one. Cliff note version next time Dude!
    Asalamalakkalayka my brotha! Of course I have been hitting the pipe; how do you think I got dis here nigga' baaad attitude?!

    As far as my review goes...what can I say. At least it's in paragraphs, right?
    </font>[/QUOTE]Hey brother great review!!! Dave was great last night, but I thought he was better in Nov at the Spectrum!!! Although I was about 2 feet from the barrier center stage, maybe that had sometihng to do with it!!! [img]graemlins/devil.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by sampson simpson:
    Good show, Sammy's band sucks, Dave's band rocked, they both need VH, VH needs them, and whoever said the lawn was full is full of shit...maybe 12,000 there if that, the lawn was about 1/4 full two full sections of the pavilion were empty. Vic Johnson really sucks, so does Sammys drummer. But credit to Sam, he tried real hard and had fun.
    Yes, that drummer has to go, and Sam needs a really good guitar player, Vic is not cutting it.

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    DISCLAIMER: This is a combined effort opinion of 8/16 show at Nissan Pavillion from myself and my wife. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. Being a faithful VH fan from the beginning and
    enjoying both VH era's equally I felt I needed to make this disclaimer before my comments.

    Why has it taken me so long to write my review? I had alot of mixed feelings about this show. Before the show I was really pumped and was relishing the memories from seeing DLR and SH with VH. Since SH left VH I haven't seen him live.
    Since DLR left VH I've seen him once on the 1999 Bad Co. tour. So basically I was expecting what was in my memories. I attended this show with my wife. She's never seen DLR, but has seen SH on every VH tour from OU812 on.

    Sammy - Our bottomline opinion of Sammy's show was we were very disappointed. We felt the band was awful and Sammy's use of profanity was off the scale. His encouragement to the Cabo Waitresses to expose themselves, for which they did for the big video screens, started a chain reaction of over exposure the rest of his show on the big screen. Plus his statements of getting drunk and high got old really quick. He's become his own tequila drunk. His show was a 90 min.
    infomercial for Cabo Wabo Tequila. We came to the show for the music not to be exposed to and pitched tequila. This is the last time we'll be seeing SH!

    Diamond Dave - He had one objective and that was to knock out SH for which he did. DD put on a wonderful show. Like SH he did use profanity, but not at the level of SH. He had an occasional slug of JD and did his immature JD bottle act. His video montage has to go. DD is still a
    talker, but it was very limited. He gave the fans what they wanted and that was a good old fashion rock n roll show. DD is still the center of attention in his world and that will never change. We personally thought he band was very solid. DD picked a solid core of musicians to present the classic VH material with honor.

    This audience had alot of kids attending with Mom and Dad. Being parents, as is SH, we would have hoped SH, DLR, and Nissan would have taken that into consideration that young people were present. It was apparent it wasn't. We personally feel this was an over 18 or 21 show. Do you take your kids to the bar or strip joint
    with you? No, because it's against the law. The same should exist for this type of show. If the content of the show is going to contain exposure to profanity, drinking, and exposure it should be for adults only. This is just our opinion. We might be a minority in this opinion, but being a parent changes your views of what's good and bad.

    In a nutshell we were thrilled that DLR closed the show. If SH would have closed the show we would have left early.

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    Originally posted by ousawvh2:
    DISCLAIMER: This is a combined effort opinion of 8/16 show at Nissan Pavillion from myself and my wife. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. Being a faithful VH fan from the beginning and
    enjoying both VH era's equally I felt I needed to make this disclaimer before my comments.

    Why has it taken me so long to write my review? I had alot of mixed feelings about this show. Before the show I was really pumped and was relishing the memories from seeing DLR and SH with VH. Since SH left VH I haven't seen him live.
    Since DLR left VH I've seen him once on the 1999 Bad Co. tour. So basically I was expecting what was in my memories. I attended this show with my wife. She's never seen DLR, but has seen SH on every VH tour from OU812 on.

    Sammy - Our bottomline opinion of Sammy's show was we were very disappointed. We felt the band was awful and Sammy's use of profanity was off the scale. His encouragement to the Cabo Waitresses to expose themselves, for which they did for the big video screens, started a chain reaction of over exposure the rest of his show on the big screen. Plus his statements of getting drunk and high got old really quick. He's become his own tequila drunk. His show was a 90 min.
    infomercial for Cabo Wabo Tequila. We came to the show for the music not to be exposed to and pitched tequila. This is the last time we'll be seeing SH!

    Diamond Dave - He had one objective and that was to knock out SH for which he did. DD put on a wonderful show. Like SH he did use profanity, but not at the level of SH. He had an occasional slug of JD and did his immature JD bottle act. His video montage has to go. DD is still a
    talker, but it was very limited. He gave the fans what they wanted and that was a good old fashion rock n roll show. DD is still the center of attention in his world and that will never change. We personally thought he band was very solid. DD picked a solid core of musicians to present the classic VH material with honor.

    This audience had alot of kids attending with Mom and Dad. Being parents, as is SH, we would have hoped SH, DLR, and Nissan would have taken that into consideration that young people were present. It was apparent it wasn't. We personally feel this was an over 18 or 21 show. Do you take your kids to the bar or strip joint
    with you? No, because it's against the law. The same should exist for this type of show. If the content of the show is going to contain exposure to profanity, drinking, and exposure it should be for adults only. This is just our opinion. We might be a minority in this opinion, but being a parent changes your views of what's good and bad.

    In a nutshell we were thrilled that DLR closed the show. If SH would have closed the show we would have left early.
    OMG, if you seriously think that when you go to a Rock n Roll show that you're not going to see TITS, see people drikning, smoking weed, and hear cursing, then I suggest you wake up...

    This is not in defense of Dave or Sam, or anyone, but just a general REALITY CHECK...

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    OMG, if you seriously think that when you go to a Rock n Roll show that you're not going to see TITS, see people drikning, smoking weed, and hear cursing, then I suggest you wake up...

    This is not in defense of Dave or Sam, or anyone, but just a general REALITY CHECK...

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    I never said it couldn't happen. I'm just looking at the whole experience with a different set of eyes. I was just saying some consideration should be taken on what age of people get exposed to this type of show. The performers have alot of influence on how the crowd reacts. That's all.

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    Originally posted by ousawvh2:
    OMG, if you seriously think that when you go to a Rock n Roll show that you're not going to see TITS, see people drikning, smoking weed, and hear cursing, then I suggest you wake up...

    This is not in defense of Dave or Sam, or anyone, but just a general REALITY CHECK...

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    I never said it couldn't happen. I'm just looking at the whole experience with a different set of eyes. I was just saying some consideration should be taken on what age of people get exposed to this type of show. The performers have alot of influence on how the crowd reacts. That's all.
    I disagree, the performer should not have to WATER DOWN their performance, but rather THE PARENT should make an educated and informed parental decision as to whether or not they want ot expose their child to that kind of show or not. If you didn't think that Sam and Dave would be that way, well then maybe your life has left you out of the loop on Rock Shows, and you forgot what your past concert experiences were like. Next time, I suggest you do some research before you go to a show if yo uplan on bringing your kid. As should every parent.

 

 

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