A live concert album featuring the Dixie Dregs, a band featuring electric guitar, keyboards, drums, bass and a fiddle. Intriguing idea and every note played is actually composed. It sounds a bit like jam-band music, but everything’s written by the guitarist and leader of the band. The musicianship is certainly good, but the songs, all instrumentals, aren’t memorable. The covers are about the worst. The central riff of Kashmir doesn’t sound great on a synthesizer, I’ll say that. You can’t dispute that these people are technically skilled, but they don’t add up to much. Great production values. Album sounds great. Music doesn’t live up to it. 1 ½ stars.
tl;dr – live concert displays great technical proficiency, but mostly in service of bland and uninteresting compositions. 1 ½ stars.