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Bobby Weir* & Wolf BrosLive In Colorado Vol. 2

Label:Third Man Records – TMR 729
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Yellow Marble [Sunshine Splatter]
Vinyl, LP, Purple Marble [Prismatic Pebble]
All Media, Album, Limited Edition
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Classic Rock, Country Rock, Folk Rock

Tracklist

A1Mama Tried
A2Eyes of the World/What's Going On
B1Terrapin Station Suite
C1The Other One
C2Brokedown Palace
D1Days Between
D2Ripple
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Notes

Limited to the Third Man Records Vault store and Bob Weir's webstore

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 810074421805

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Live In Colorado Vol. 2 (2×LP, Album, Stereo)Third Man RecordsTMR 7292022
New Submission
Live In Colorado Vol. 2 (LP, Green, LP, Red, All Media, Album, Limited Edition)Third Man RecordsTMR 7292022
New Submission
Live In Colorado Vol. 2 (CD, Album)Third Man RecordsTME 729US2022

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Reviews

  • MrShocktime's avatar
    MrShocktime
    I'm not sure what others are hearing (or aren't), but this is just not a great release. I say this as a huge deadhead with a good system. First off, the brutal autotune in Bobby's voice is painful to listen to. Any deadhead who loves Bobby knows he doesn't sing perfectly on-key like they make it seem here. If they were gonna do it, they should've at least made it subtle. They didn't use autotune in Volume 1 so why now? It just makes it that much more obvious. Watch YouTube videos of these versions, the vocals are TOTALLY different and natural, as they should've been on this release. He sounded great before they butchered him with autotune. Additionally, I went through three super dish warped copies before giving and picking the least warped of the three copies and sending the others back. Also, the vinyl is not very quiet even after a cleaning, and suffers from bad inner groove distortion on the vocals. Sonically, the mix is good with deep bass and punchy drums. The tracklist is amazing. The packaging and vinyl colors are absolutely beautiful too, so for that I give 3/5 stars.
    • Fishman313's avatar
      Fishman313
      If you have vol. 1 also then you can put together a 4 panel poster with the 4 inners in a matte finish that frankly looks amazing.
      • asterritt's avatar
        asterritt
        LPs sound great and look amazing, great packaging and design again. A very strong series of releases from Bobby & Third Man.
        • guitarcharlie's avatar
          guitarcharlie
          Edited one year ago
          I've heard some general complaints about pressing quality coming out of Third Man, but my copy of this is perfect, dead flat and silent vinyl. And, I"m so delighted the music is fabulous and sounds great. One complaint is that I ordered it from Bobby's store, and it was poorly packaged and arrived in a bent box so the sleeve had a big crease across the corner. the product itself though is first-rate.
          • simons29's avatar
            simons29
            Really fantastic recording. Clear sound stage, well balanced, and clean. Would expect nothing less from Bobby Weir, Don Was, and Jay Lane produced record. LP 1 is yellow splattered, LP2 is purple splattered colored vinyl. Mastered at Third Man, Detroit, MI.
            • flybar33's avatar
              flybar33
              Sounds phenomenal. Can’t go wrong with a Wolf Bros Third Man pressing
              • BELOOO's avatar
                BELOOO
                Loving this record. My copy sounds phenomenal. Great packaging too.

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