Flea was in a mood. Seemed like they didn't really wanna be there.
Didn't like that Josh sung the chorus of So Much I...
I thought he seemed ok but it's hard for a band like this who loves to jam to get really into it when you play for only 20 minutes. Combining Anthony being sick and the very short set I can see why it wasn't the best. I think some of the bigger artists should be allowed more songs. Even Black Eyed Peas got 5 songs.
Josh is ok, he's fine on the songs where they need a 2nd guitarist or someone playing synths/piano etc. but I don't care for his singing especially when his mic is louder than Anthony's and John's mics. If you are going to have Josh why not play Dosed, Warm Tape or something that you were unable to play live before or where John had to do everything. This Velvet Glove is a start but seriously, if you have him out there make even better use of him.
Seeing the Peppers with 5 guys out there still seems strange.
Last Edit: Jul 7, 2007 12:12:26 GMT -5 by Jason1978
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Post by California King on Jul 7, 2007 13:27:25 GMT -5
Just saw their performance on the Sundance channel, but they didn't show Chris Rocks introduction, or their intro jam, it just went right into "Can't Stop," and then "Dani California." After D.C. it went to commercial and when it came back it showed their performance of "By The Way," but not "So Much I," so that really sucked. Also the video and audio wasn't totally in sync. But despite all that they sounded great and it was a cool performance.