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Secret Samadhi

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Album Review

Throwing Copper made the members of Live into stars, but it didn't necessarily earn them respect. Evidently, the bandmembers thought that the problem lay with Jerry Harrison's crisp, commercial production, so they hired Jay Healey as a co-producer and set out to make a messy, hard-edged visionary statement. Borrowing heavily from Jimmy Page's bag of tricks, Live spikes Secret Samadhi with Eastern-tinged strings, sitars, and powerful overdubbed guitars ("Lakini's Juice" is propelled by a slide guitar riff out of Physical Graffiti). Meanwhile, Ed Kowalczyk's lyrics and singing remain indebted to early U2 — he wants to say something big in a big way.

Customer Reviews

LIVES best

By far the best album Live has ever released. Not as comercially viable as Throwing Copper, but overall a better smarter album. There is not really a bad song on here and the highest rated song, Freaks, is probably the worst of a great bunch of tunes.

Secret Samadhi

Great Album. This is one of the best bands of the 90s. This album takes me back to highschool days where I listened to this thinking of my old girlfriend.

Great memories. Worth every penny! Cheers!!

Wicked!

This is one of my all time favourite albums! I love Live.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in York, PA

Genre: Alternative

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

Live rose to success on the strength of its anthemic music and idealistic, overtly spiritual songwriting, two hallmarks that earned the group frequent comparisons to U2. The group's roots stretched back to the early '80s, when future members Chad Taylor (guitar), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass), and Chad Gracey (drums) began playing together under the name "First Aid" while attending middle school in York, Pennsylvania. After losing an area talent contest,...
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