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Top of the World Tour (Live)

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The Dixie Chicks were indeed on top of the world when they launched their supporting tour for their chart-topping 2002 album, Home. As the tour rolled on, they stepped into some controversy, as lead singer Natalie Maines claimed during the buildup to the 2003 Iraq War that the trio was ashamed to be from the same state as President George W. Bush, leading to a prolonged talk radio-fueled media firestorm that hurt their image within country, even as it didn't diminish their sales. Still, it was hard for them to avoid the spotlight, and Maines even seemed to court it as she baited arch nemesis Toby Keith during the Country Music Awards, and it's to their credit that during this hectic year they produced music as good as that captured on the double-disc live souvenir Top of the World Tour: Live. Spanning no less than 22 songs recorded on a variety of dates during the 2003 world tour, the album captures a good cross section of hits and highlights from their Columbia albums, which is also a good representation of their set list for the 2003 tour. While there are no surprises either in song selection or in musical approach (unless a cover of Bob Dylan's "Mississippi" or an appearance from Emmylou Harris counts), and while the performances aren't all that different than the studio sets, it's nevertheless a solid, enjoyable listen that contains all of the Dixie Chicks' big songs, thereby revealing both the breadth and depth of their repertoire. And, as an added bonus, there's a nice visual allusion to the turmoil of the previous year in the liner notes — a nice picture of the trio posed defiantly in front of Freedom Hall. It's a nice added touch to an already winning set.

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"This Machine Kills Facists"

Words on a sticker that Woody Guthrie kept on his guitar. He'd be proud of the Dixie Chicks. Courage, strength, perseverance, civil reponsibility and some great music.

Worth it!!

I just bought this CD...and I love it. GREAT live recording of an awesome group. I've always wanted to see them live, now I want to even more. It's a great mix of some of their greatest songs.

Let's not forget that this is for ALBUM review

This is about as good as a live album gets. The band is clear, the vocals are good, and though you can hear the crowd responding to the music, it isn't overpowering. Regardless of how one feels about the Dixie Chicks (let's not forget that this is an ALBUM REVIEW, not a "I hate the Dixie Chicks because their opinion is different than mine so I'll express it in a completely random place" review), you can't deny that they are extremely talented, and this album displays that talent perfectly. I love the Chicks. It's like a Greatest Hits Live album... that's actually worth listening to.


Fecha de formación: Dallas, TX, 1989

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Originariamente, las Dixie Chicks (su nombre está inspirado en la canción de Little Feat "Dixie Chickens") promovieron una imagen clásica de cowgirls perfecta, con un sonido basado en el country tradicional, el folk y el bluegrass; incluso titularon su debut en un sello independiente en 1990 Thank Heavens for Dale Evans. Pocos pudieron predecir el enorme éxito de su debut en un sello de primera línea, Wide Open Spaces, en 1998. A un año de editado, el disco había obtenido cuádruple platino –ganó...
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