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Live at The Moore

Live at The Moore
Video by Mad Season
Released August 29, 1995
Recorded April 29, 1995, Moore Theatre, Seattle, Washington
Genre Grunge, alternative rock, blues rock
Length 55 minutes
Language English
Label Columbia
Director Duncan Sharp
Producer Colin Stacey
Mad Season chronology
Above
(1995)
Live at The Moore
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

Live at The Moore is a home video featuring the final live performance by the American rock band Mad Season. It was released on August 29, 1995.

Contents

  • Overview 1
  • Track listing 2
    • Original 1995 release 2.1
    • 2013 Deluxe Issue 2.2
  • Reissue 3
  • Personnel 4
  • Sales chart positions 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Overview

It was recorded live at the Moore Theatre in Seattle, Washington on April 29, 1995. The version of "November Hotel" played live was renamed "Black Mirror". Allmusic gave it two and a half out of a possible five stars.[1] Live at the Moore was originally released on VHS only, but the full audio set of the band's performance and the first official DVD release of "Live at the Moore" was packaged with the 2013 expanded deluxe edition of their album Above.

Also included is footage of the band's performance of "Lifeless Dead" from Pearl Jam's January 8, 1995 Self-Pollution satellite radio broadcast, a four-and-a-half-hour-long pirate broadcast out of Seattle which was available to any radio stations that wanted to carry it.[2] "Lifeless Dead" is one of two songs that Mad Season played on the radio broadcast, along with "I Don't Know Anything", however "I Don't Know Anything" has only circulated as an audio recording. Additionally, the video for "River of Deceit" is featured as well.

Track listing

Original 1995 release

No. Title Length
1. "Lifeless Dead"    
2. "River of Deceit"    
3. "I Don't Know Anything"    
4. "Long Gone Day"    
5. "X-Ray Mind"    
6. "All Alone"    
7. "November Hotel"    
8. "Lifeless Dead" (from Self-Pollution Radio)  
9. "River of Deceit" (music video)  

2013 Deluxe Issue

No. Title Length
1. "Lifeless Dead"    
2. "River of Deceit"    
3. "I Don't Know Anything"    
4. "Long Gone Day"    
5. "X-Ray Mind"    
6. "All Alone"    
7. "November Hotel"    
Bonus Live at The Moore footage
No. Title Length
8. "Wake Up"    
9. "Artificial Red"    
10. "I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier"    
11. "I'm Above"    
Live at RKCNDY
No. Title Length
1. "Wake Up"    
2. "Lifeless Dead"    
3. "River of Deceit"    
4. "I Don't Know Anything"    
5. "I'm Above"    
6. "Artificial Red"    
7. "I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier"    
8. "All Alone"    
9. "November Hotel"    
Self-Pollution Radio
No. Title Length
1. "Lifeless Dead"    
2. "I Don't Know Anything"    
Music Video
No. Title Length
1. "River of Deceit"    

Reissue

Live at the Moore was included with the 2013 deluxe reissue of Above. It includes the original VHS content plus bonus footage, including the rest of the live set, Live at RKCNDY, Self-Pollution Radio, and the music video for River of Deceit.

Personnel

Mad Season
Additional musicians and production

Sales chart positions

Chart (1995) Position
US Top Music Videos[3] 24

References

  1. ^ a b > Review )))"Live at the Moore"allmusic ((( .  
  2. ^ Gaar, Gillian G. "Radio Free Vedder". Rolling Stone. February 23, 1995.
  3. ^ "Mad Season: Top Music Videos".  

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