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Live at the Whisky - One Night Only

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Album Review

Vince Neil at the Whisky. It may not be the Beatles at the Star Club — or even Otis Redding at the Whisky — but it has weight, a sense of history, and purpose. The Whisky was one of Mötley Crüe's mainstays, so when the singer returns for a show and a souvenir live album years later, it should be an event. It's not. It's an oldies show, a Crüe revue performed by the man himself. Even Vince Neil knows that nobody comes to see him to hear his solo songs. He knocks out "Look in Her Eyes" (remember that? The first tune on his first solo record) early in the show, devoting himself to the Nikki Sixx songbook for the rest of the record, hitting most of the big tunes: "Kick Start My Heart," "Home Sweet Home," "Looks That Kill," and "Dr. Feelgood," among them, of course, along with the de rigeur cover of Brownsville Station's "Smokin' in the Boysroom." Though there are some songs that are firmly for the die-hard fans — fan favorites and album tracks like "Knock 'Em Dead, Kid" are revived — this still plays like an oldies show with all the schtick that entails, including a flirtation with medleys, as he has "Girls Girls Girls" slide into "Same Ol' Situation." Neil sometimes is in thin voice, stretching the limits of his upper register, and, on record at least, his exhortations to the crowd get tedious, particularly since they're just variations on "make some noise" and "get your hands up," usually punctuated with some conjugation of "f*ck" (although "get your drunken hands up" on "Dr. Feelgood" is a nice turnabout on an old favorite). All in all, it's perfectly respectable and not a bad listen (something that can't honestly be said about Neil's other solo efforts), but it's a nostalgia-fest — Vince is dedicated to keeping his music alive, and he's doing a good job with it, but you gotta believe like he does to have Live at the Whisky: One Night Only work for you.

Customer Reviews

live at the wiskey

motley is my favorite band. vince is great singer, i really dig solo stuff, so i really don't understand why so many crue stuff & only one solo song. i mean early crue stuff is cool since they did'n play it before reunion tour but he shold't be ignoring his own songs, 'cause this album sounds like motley tribute band, nothig more,nothing less

It's ok, but....

Vince Neil did put out an album of original songs that weren't just old Motley covers, called Carved In Stone. One song was dedicated to his child, Skylar, who passed away. It is called Skylar's Song. It was pretty good, but I don't see it on here. I would like to get it iTunes, if you can find it..

Not Bad But

This isnt Bad i enjoyed it , sadly it should have been more of his solo tunes .. itunes would do better to Put Exposed up here it was a 5 Star album in my book .. Carved in stone wasnt bad to and should be here as well .. Please see what you can do =)


Born: February 8, 1961 in Hollywood, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

"I told them about you bro. They saw you and they're stoked," admitted Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee to future lead vocalist Vince Neil the night the band came out to see the bleached blonde singer perform with his band Rock Candy at the famed Hollywood nightclub Starwood. Neil, however, was apprehensive at first, as he was very happy with his current band, but agreed to an audition the next weekend in order to not hurt Lee's feelings. The singer was quickly ushered...
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