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A Ray The Loner O'Neill Review
Daniel's Short Take
(more reviews coming)
The show details.
A pretty dumb Dallas News review.
Bear with me because I'm a big Neil fan, but not much of a writer...
I saw the Dallas show at Reunion Arena and it was great. The set list was pretty much the same as most of the other shows. First set...
Then onto a super version of Rockin' In The Free World. Again Neil was awesome and the others looked lost. And that was the end of the last set.
When they came out for the encore I wasn't sure what we'd hear, but it was only Long May you Run. They did it great, but then it was all over.
Hearing Ohio and Southern Man live made it a great evening.
Missing For What It's Worth really upset me, because that's one of the first songs I grew up hearing and loving. What really ticked me off was they seemed like they were ready to play it, but somebody screwed up and they skipped it and Down by the River.
I saw a great show and enjoyed my floor seats about 2/3rds of the way back. It was well worth the time and money I spent. All and all it was a very good night and I'm really glad I went.
Wheweeeee!!! The man can rock! My first Neil Show, and all I can say is I wish it were the Horse. Neil was jamming away but it seamed that the other guys couldn't jam with him, they just kinda played some chords and watched while he flailed about scruntching his face. But that's alright, the Horse can't do harmony like CSN, specifically Crosby and Nash.
Almost Cut My Hair, Southern Man and Rockin' In The Free World were sizzling. And on one song near the beginning -- I don't remember which -- Nash and Crosby would clap their hands in the air with the intent of getting the crowd to clap. Well, Neil playfuly mocked them by standing in front of them, in front of the mic stands and did jumping jacks. IT was really dorky and really funny.
NEIL ROCKS LIKE 10,000 UNBRIDLED RAGING LLAMMAS!!!!!!
(more reviews coming soon... --RE*AC*TOR)