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home about the author the daily record music features, concert and album reviews by joel francis feeds: posts comments review: banks and steelz october 10, 2016 by thedailyrecord (above: the rza and paul banks tear down the tank room in kansas city, mo. with “giant.” the frenetic performance literally had the floor shaking.)  by joel francis the kansas city star as the guitarist and singer for interpol and mastermind behind the wu-tang clan, paul banks and the rza, a.k.a. bobby steelz, have filled and commanded spaces far bigger than the intimate tank room. wednesday night, the duo treated a sold-out crowd to a masterful mashup of indie rock and hip-hop. the seemingly disparate musical approaches have driven each artist to deliver some of their best work. on party tracks like “sword in the stone,” banks’ soulful indie rock chorus played off rza’s aggressive verses. other times, formula reversed itself when rza’s insistent contribution punctuated banks moody vocals. the hourlong set comprised all but one song of the duo’s debut album, and ignored their other groups. the night started with the soulful yet ominous “point of view” before exploding with “ana electronic.” fans may not have been able to sing every word, but they had no problem swaying to the beat. the room reached fever pitch with “giant,” the album’s lead track, which has been generating airplay and online buzz. as banks sang “everything is shaking through the walls” on the chorus, the floor was literally pulsing with the rhythms of everyone dancing. rza took the stage holding a large bottle of vodka. after several liberal pulls, he distributed cups along the front row and filled them before passing the bottle into the crowd. later in the show, he popped open a bottle of champagne and sprayed the room. a woman on the front row and her companion were singled out by rza to set up “can’t hardly feel,” a song about loving someone who belongs to another. while the rza had the flash and energy to command attention, it was in moments like this that banks quietly stole the spotlight. his plaintive tenor drove not only “can’t hardly feel,” but the philosophical “one by one” and the potent “speedway sonora.” walkmen drummer matt barrick supported the duo, turning the group into an all-star trio. his tight bossa nova rhythms anchored the song “wild season” and showed why rza later called him the human drum machine. the three stretched out instrumentally only once, during “conceal,” when banks’ lengthy guitar solo gave way to rza’s keyboard/organ. setlist: point of view, ana electronic, love and war, sword in the stone, wild season, conceal, speedway sonora, one by one, can’t hardly feel, giant, anything but words. keep reading review: snoop dogg with method man and redman album review – “stax: the soul of hip-hop” peter, bjorn and john heart hip hop posted in concert review, review | tagged banks and steelz, hip hop, indie rock, interpol, paul banks, rza, tank room, walkmen, wu-tang clan | leave a comment » review: prophets of rage september 10, 2016 by thedailyrecord (above: supergroup prophets of rage “shut ’em down” on labor day 2016 in kansas city, mo. guitarist tom morello dedicated the song to the late thomas young, a kansas city native and iraq war veteran who was the subject of the documentary “body of war.”)  by joel francis the kansas city star for nearly two relentless hours at providence amphitheater in bonner springs on monday night, supergroup prophets of rage made good on their promise to make america rage again. frustrated by all presidential candidates and the current political landscape, three quarters of rage against the machine, rapper b-real from cypress hill and mc chuck d and dj lord from public enemy came together to protest through very loud, antagonistic music. the set list drew from everyone’s catalog, but it leaned heavily on rage against the machine material. b-real and chuck d alternated lead vocals from song to song, for the most part; each man took the lead on his own group’s material. it took both to make up for the absence of rage against the machine singer zack de la rocha. although accomplished vocalists in their own right, the pair lacked de la rocha’s aggression. the three instrumentalists (and dj) had more than enough firepower to overcome any minor vocal shortcomings. throughout its heyday in the 1990s, rage against the machine functioned with unblinking intensity, both musically and in its left-wing, populist politics. those elements were front and center all night. the only time the show backed off the throttle was for a medley of public enemy and cypress hill songs, halfway through. backed only by dj lord onstage, chuck d and b-real waded into the crowd to deliver a handful of hits. b-real even delivered “insane in the brain” while crowd surfing. several of the night’s biggest numbers came from rage against the machine’s first, self-titled album, now more than 20 years old. “bullet in the head” inspired a several sizable pockets of moshing. the material only showed its age when b-real rapped about “moving into ’92” on “know your enemy,” and one realized a lyric’s venom was directed at the first gulf war. early in the night, the band pulled off a neat trick, pairing the music for “cochise” with the lyrics from “she watches channel zero.” another later attempt proved less successful when the music from the beastie boys’ “no sleep ’till brooklyn” was set against “fight the power.” amid all the familiar material flying around, the group sneaked a new song into the set. “the party’s over” received no official announcement, but blended well and kept the crowd moving. rage’s tom morello is one of the most innovative guitarists of his generation. his style combines avant-noise techniques with turntable cutting and scratching and rock melodies. the crowd was treated to several extended guitar solos. during a cover of public enemy’s “shut ’em down,” chuck d directed morello and dj lord through call-and-response solos. on “testify,” morello’s solo was generated by mashing the plug from his guitar cord around in his palm. when morello flipped up his guitar to play with his teeth on “brooklyn,” he revealed a large “nobody for president” sign taped to the back of his instrument. the amphitheater was far from full. the lawn was closed off and there were plenty of empty seats. the opening notes of “run” sent many fans scrambling to their seats to catch awolnation’s set. their 45-minute performance included hits “burn it down,” “sail” and “kill your heroes.” rage bass player tim commerford opened the night with a set from his prog/punk trio wakrat. setlist: prophets of rage; guerrilla radio; bombtrack; cochise/she watches channel zero; people of the sun; miuzi weighs a ton; take the power back; rock superstar; testify; medley: hand on the pump/can’t truss it/insane in the brain/bring the noise/i ain’t goin’ out like that/welcome to the terrordome/jump around > sleep now in the fire; calm like a bomb; bullet in the head; shut ‘em down; know your enemy; party’s over; no sleep ‘till brooklyn/fight the power; bulls on parade; killing in the name. keep reading review: rage rocks the bells chuck d looks forward in reverse bruce springsteen and tom morello – “the ghost of tom joad” posted in concert review, review | tagged 2016 presidential election, awolnation, b-real, beastie boys, bulls on parade, chuck d, cypress hill, dj lord, fight the power, insane in the parade, protest music, public enemy, tim commerford, tom morello, wakrat, zack de la rocha | leave a comment » review: shawn colvin and steve earle august 8, 2016 by thedailyrecord (above: shawn colvin, left, and steve earle emplore listeners to “tell moses.”) by joel francis the daily record with all the smiles, stories and strumming, steve earle and shawn colvin’s performance wednesday night at the kauffman center seemed like very upscale busking. the two artists stood on an all-black stage adorned with four monitors, one table, four guitars and two mandolins. the concept was as straightforward as the setup. over the course of 100 minutes, the pair performed ever song from their new collaboration, “colvin and earle” and scattered a couple of their own hits for good measure. despite nearly two dozen albums to their names, cover songs dominiated the setlist. earle introduced the rolling stones’ “ruby tuesday” by saying he learned how to play tennis racket to that song in front of a mirror. the spare arrangement brought mick jagger’s haunting lyrics to the forefront, particularly lines like “catch your dreams before they slip away.” other standout covers included emmylou harris’ “raise the dead” and the oft-recorded “tobacco road.” a laidback, almost effortless cover of “wake up little suzy” opened the night. before “someday,” earle told a long story, recapping his days as a nashville songwriter trying to get a record deal, then fighting to get another when his debut single disappointed everyone. a friend took him to see bruce springsteen and the e street band on the “born in the u.s.a.” tour, where earle found inspiration to write his “guitar town” album. after success proved to be more of a struggle than failure, earle fell into a spiral of drugs, only poking his head out of the darkness long enough to hear harris recorded “guitar town” and colvin cut “someday.” despite a lack of drums (or band), the version of “someday” that followed punched as hard as a metal band going full throttle. colvin bragged about all her depressing breakup songs, saying “i’ve known fans who won’t take their prozac for a week before i come to town.” she backed up her words with her biggest hit, “sonny came home,” and “diamond in the rough.” while most songs found colvin and earle playing off each other vocally, “diamond” featured a long outro that saw the pair spar musically. the auditorium was about two-thirds full, and needed little prompting to join in on earle’s buoyant, mandolin-fueled “the galway girl.” the singing and clapping encouraged during “tell moses,” a new song, felt like an hootenanny. after returning to the stage with a beatles number, the pair closed the night with earle’s biggest hit, “copperhead road.” colvin got the chance to show off her guitar chops again on that one. with earle playing mandolin, she had to provide all the song’s musical muscle. judging by the lines at the merchandise table afterward, it was more than enough to convince fans into throwing some more change in the hat on the way out. setlist: wake up little susie; come what may; you were on my mind; raise the dead; ruby tuesday; tobacco road; that don’t worry me now; someday; the way that we do; you’re right (i’m wrong); burnin’ it down; sunny came home; the galway girl; happy and free; tell moses; you’re still gone. encore: baby’s in black; diamond in the rough; copperhead road. keep reading: justin townes earle: his father’s son review: lilith fair elvis costello – “secret, profane and sugarcane” posted in concert review | tagged americana, beatles, copperhead road, folk, folk music, galway girl, kansas city, kauffman center, rolling stones, ruby tuesday, shawn colvin, sonny came home, steve earle | leave a comment » review: ziggy marley june 20, 2016 by thedailyrecord (above: ziggy marley jumps back to his days with the melody makers on “look who’s dancing,” one of the most energetic numbers of marley’s recent concert in kansas city, mo.)  by joel francis the kansas city star ziggy marley may never escape his father’s legendary shadow, but after four decades of recording and touring, he has little to prove, either. for more than two hours on sunday night at crossroads kc, marley kept the crowd dancing and singing with a set that mostly ignored his father’s catalog and only briefly touched on his formative early career with the melody makers. nearly every marley tune is a love song in one form or another. his laid-back philosophy of love and togetherness might sound generic until you consider how darn near impossible it has been to implement. his message of peace and unity might sound preachy on paper, but your feet would say otherwise. much of the set list drew from marley’s latest, self-titled album. marley played seven of the record’s dozen cuts, and they made up some of the best moments of the night. “love is a rebel” is an infectious dance tune that turned into a nice bass-and-drums dub workout at the end. the gentle name given to “butterflies” masks the strident lyrics and forceful spirit of the music, and ranks up there with the elder marley’s best protest songs. the gospel-tinged “amen” was another strong number. a cover of “one love” drew a big response early in the set. the crowd filling two-thirds of the crossroads lawn didn’t even wait for marley to start singing before belting out the words during the instrumental introduction. marley returned to his dad’s catalog for “is this love” during the encore. the song “love is my religion” is the perfect distillation of marley’s theology. singing the last verse accompanied only by his guitar, marley got the whole crowd to join in on the chorus. the next song, “we are the people,” reinforced marley’s point perfectly, proclaiming “we’re not donkeys or elephants.” after the pair of serious numbers, marley reached back to 1989 and his days with the melody makers for “look who’s dancing.” the party was propelled by a clavinet groove that sounded like a cousin to stevie wonder’s “superstition.” the song also featured a great toasting rap from the rhythm guitarist at the back of the stage. the night ended with a note of hope and another new song. the bubbly “weekend’s long” lived up to its title by delaying the start of another workweek a little longer. setlist: marijuanaman, black cat, start it up, moving forward, amen, true to myself, butterflies, forward to love, one love (bob marley cover), beach in hawaii, ceceil, love is my religion, we are the people, look who’s dancing. encore: wild and free, reggae in my head, love is a rebel, is this love (bob marley cover), weekend’s long. keep reading review: skatalites review: the wailers, rusted root original wailers keep promise to bob marley posted in concert review, review | tagged 4/20, bob marley, is this love, marijuana, melody makers, one love, reggae, stevie wonder, wailers, ziggy marley | leave a comment » review: david bowie tribute holy holy may 1, 2016 by thedailyrecord (above: producer extraordinaire tony visconte isn’t technically the bandleader in holy holy, but he calls most of the shots. here he calls the thin white duke on what would prove to be david bowie’s final birthday.)  by joel francis the kansas city star  in a way, david bowie’s unexpected death last january has freed his songs. because we are no longer dependent on him to sing them, they are available to everyone to perform as they wish. on saturday night at the uptown theater, the magic happened to come from a couple of the guys who helped create it in the first place. drummer woody woodmansey is the last surviving member of bowie’s spiders from mars band, the four-piece group that introduced the world to ziggy stardust and established bowie’s legacy and stardom. tony visconti played bass on many of bowie’s early sessions and produced nearly all of his greatest albums. performing classic albums in their entirety in concert has become a touring cliché, but for now the move works in woodmansey and visconti’s favor. playing under the name holy holy, the pair opened the show with all of 1970’s “the man who sold the world,” the first bowie album both men worked on together. although the title song gained notoriety thanks to covers by nirvana and lulu, the rest of the album remains a footnote to bowie’s glam rock heyday. the relative unfamiliarity of songs like “black country rock” and “saviour machine” made the night feel more like an excavation than a covers job. the seven-piece band performed all of the album during the first half of the nearly two-hour set. singer glenn gregory had big shoes to fill but did a great job inhabiting bowie’s lyrics. like an actor delighted with the privilege of reciting shakespeare, gregory couldn’t stop beaming. during opening number “the width of a circle,” he prowled the stage in a silver leather suit jacket and black leather pants, looking like a lecherous carnival barker. he frequently posed shoulder-to-shoulder with visconti and ended numbers kneeling, facing woodmansey’s drums. the second half featured many of bowie’s biggest songs from his spiders period, including more than half of the “ziggy stardust” album. a few interesting choices appeared among the hits. visconti’s daughter jessica morgan handled lead vocals on “lady stardust.” a medley of three songs featured a head-scratching arrangement that meandered from free-form folk to glam rock to cabaret. despite overexposure and decades of wear, bowie’s biggest songs of the era are as infectious as ever. the audience sang along with every chorus, and everyone seemed to get an especially big kick out of the hand claps in “space oddity.” over the winter, a david bowie tribute night hosted by local musicians had to be moved from knuckleheads to the uptown after demand soared when bowie died. with fewer than 200 tickets sold, the crowd at saturday night’s tribute to bowie at the uptown theater could have fit comfortably at knuckleheads. the band acknowledged the disappointing attendance late in the show. gregory called the audience “small, but perfectly formed,” while woodmansey tipped his hat to “a great crowd for a lot of empty seats” during his closing remarks. although this gathering was small, another bowie tribute show is scheduled for this summer. the thirst to hear his work won’t dry up anytime soon. setlist: the man who sold the world: the width of a circle; all the madmen; black country rock; after all; running gun blues; saviour machine; she shook me cold; the man who sold the world; the supermen. five years; space oddity; moonage daydream; medley: wild eyed boy from freecloud; all the young dudes; oh! you pretty things. changes; life on mars? ziggy stardust; lady stardust; watch that man; rock ‘n’ roll suicide. encore: time; suffragette city. keep reading: review: tv on the radio remembering ron asheton of the stooges review: peter hook and the light posted in concert review, kansas city star | tagged back to rockville, david bowie, glenn gregory, kansas city, kansas city star, lulu, nirvana, space oddity, spiders from mars, the man who sold the world, tony visconte, uptown theater, woody woodmansey, ziggy stardust | leave a comment » review: rush july 16, 2015 by thedailyrecord (above: canadian proggers rush namecheck kubla kahn and search for the sacred river alph during the epic “xanadu,” performed on july 9, 2015, in kansas city, mo. on the r40 tour.) by joel francis the kansas city star if this is their final tour, as the band has intimated, rush’s concert thursday night at the sprint center was a hell of a farewell. the canadian progressive rock trio celebrated its 40th anniversary with a nearly three-hour show (including intermission) that walked backward through its catalog. curtains closed off the sides of the upper level, but there were few empty seats otherwise. the dedicated fan base pantomimed every drum fill and guitar solo, picking their jaws up off the floor just in time to shout and sing along on cue. packed with deep cuts — “between the wheels,” “jacob’s ladder,” “the camera eye,” and “how it is” — the set list was a love letter to those fans. the opening 10-song set moved quickly through the past 30 years, starting with three tracks from 2012’s “clockwork angels” before ending at 1982’s “signals” just an hour later. a clip from “south park” kicked off “tom sawyer” and the second set. it felt odd hearing a standard encore number so early in the night, a feeling that was reinforced a few songs later with “the spirit of radio,” another typical closer. with the exception of “closer to the heart,” another classic rock staple, the rest of the night was given to epic, multipart suites. “cygnus x-1” stretched more than 20 minutes and included a lengthy solo from revered drummer neil peart. performances of “xanadu” and an abbreviated “2112” suite also ran longer than 10 minutes each. the reverse timeline in the set list revealed interesting shifts in the band’s sound, from lean, aggressive guitar rock to concise, almost pop numbers heavy on synthesizers, to extended pieces like “cygnus” that originally ran so long it was published on two albums. the reverse chronology also meant part two came first. the stage design mirrored the theme of walking back in time. more recent props like a popcorn machine and large brain were gradually replaced by stacks of amplifiers. pyrotechnics gave way to strobe lights, lasers and, ultimately, a mirror ball. superfan paul rudd showed up onstage the last time rush came to town. he wasn’t physically in the house on thursday, but appeared with jason segel, jay baruchel, peter dinklage and other celebrities in a recorded rap to “roll the bones.” many of these actors also showed up in the short films that preceded each set, and closed the night. health concerns may push the band off the road, but all three appeared in fine form on thursday. guitarist alex lifeson acted out the lyrics during “tom sawyer” and made his bandmates laugh with a corny dance near the end of “working man.” bassist and keyboard player geddy lee galloped across stage and sang in the same impossibly high register he did on albums recorded when he was much younger. in addition to delivering a signature solo, peart played on a different kit for each set, and altered his drumming style throughout the night to match how he originally recorded the parts. by the time eugene levy’s recorded introduction to the encore started, the stage was stripped almost bare, save a couple amps and a light stand. the video screens displayed a plain red curtain, then a high school gym. “working man,” the band’s breakthrough single was tagged with a bit of “garden road,” an unreleased outtake from the first album. going back any further would have ended in nursery rhyme territory, so the three men said goodnight, possibly for the last time in kansas city, legacy cemented. set list the anarchist; the wreckers; headlong flight; far cry; the main monkey business; how it is; animate; roll the bones; between the wheels; subdivisions. intermission. tom sawyer; the camera eye; the spirit of radio; jacob’s ladder; cygnus x-1 book ii > cygnus x-1 book i; closer to the heart; xanadu; 2112. encore: lakeside park; anthem; what you’re doing; working man/garden road. keep reading: review: the decemberists open wide for mouth review: return to forever posted in concert review | tagged 2112, alex lifeson, back to rockville, closer to the heart, geddy lee, jason segel, jay baruchel, neil peart, paul rudd, peter dinklage, power trio, progressive rock, r40, roll the bones, rush, tom sawyer | leave a comment » review: cheap trick, peter frampton july 1, 2015 by thedailyrecord (above: peter frampton takes an early summer voyage through “black hole sun” at starlight theater in kansas city, mo.) by joel francis the kansas city star peter frampton and cheap trick have more in common than releasing two of the best-selling and critically acclaimed live albums of all time in the late 1970s. thursday night at starlight, the two children of the beatles professed their love for the fab four. cheap trick covered “magical mystery tour” during its opening 80-minute set. two hours later, frampton ended his set (and the night) with “while my guitar gently weeps.” both songs fit the performer’s personalities. paul mccartney’s genius for concise pop songs and cheeky sense of humor have been celebrated and amplified by cheap trick since the mid-‘70s. likewise, george harrison’s introspection and guitar virtuosity have been among frampton’s hallmarks since his precocious start in the late ‘60s. a cloudburst early in cheap trick’s daylight set sent many fans scurrying for cover, but the quartet stayed put. the faithful that remained in the open air strummed air guitar under ponchos and bounced beneath umbrellas to “hot love” and “voices.” the quartet stretched out on a couple numbers, jamming on a lengthy “need your love” and taking “magical mystery tour” for a couple extra trips around the block well after the recorded fade-out. eighties power ballad “the flame” set up a killer home stretch that included “dream police” and “surrender,” two of the band’s best-loved songs, and “i want you to want me” and “ain’t that a shame,” the two biggest hits from “at budokan.” likewise, frampton didn’t skimp on numbers from his blockbuster “frampton comes alive.” in fact, the opening coupling of “something’s happening” and “doobie wah” mirrored the first two songs on side one of the album. although frampton is a fine songwriter – look no further than “baby, i love your way” – guitar solos are his meat and potatoes. his opening solo for the ballad “lines on my face” was almost smooth jazz. later, frampton traded solos with nearly everyone in the band during a 20-minute reading of “do you feel like we do.” his best solo came on “(i’ll give you) money.” the band dropped out partway through, leaving frampton along with his thoughts and his fretboard. the quiet, delicate playing gradually built back up, with each band member subtly, gradually rejoining. before long, frampton was trading licks with second guitarist adam lester, each trying to tastefully top the other. a lesser guitarist would have ended the song sliding across the stage on his knees with a flurry of notes. frampton just stood and played, building layer on layer with his fingertips. beatles covers were the coup de grace, but a few other interesting covers wormed their way into the night. by now, cheap trick has likely played “ain’t it a shame” more than fats domino. a surprising instrumental version of soundgarden’s “black hole sun” found frampton delivering the final chorus through his infamous talk box. finally, if it was strange to hear cheap trick do “magical mystery tour” sans piano, it was even more jarring to hear frampton cover stevie wonder’s “signed, sealed, delivered” without horns. there were plenty of empty seats in the top third of the theater, but four decades after committing their defining concert performances to vinyl, the unlikely pairing of classic rock vets proved they still had plenty to say and many who were anxious to hear it. cheap trick setlist: hello there; oh candy; big eyes; lookout; hot love; voices; i can’t take it; need your love; magical mystery tour; she’s tight; i know what i want; the flame; i want you to want me; dream police. encore: ain’t that a shame; surrender; auf wiedersehen; goodnight. peter frampton setlist: something’s happening; doobie wah; show me the way; lines on my face; lying; signed, sealed, delivered; (i’ll give you) money; baby, i love your way; black hole sun; do you feel like we do. encore: while my guitar gently weeps. keep reading: review: ringo starr review: todd rundgren mccartney in career resurgence posted in concert review, kansas city star, review | tagged baby i love your way, back to rockville, beatles, cheap trick, frampton comes alive, george harrison, magical mystery tour, paul mccartney, peter frampton, power pop, starlight theater, while my guitar gently weeps | leave a comment » older posts » follow the daily record about this site music writer joel francis posts concert and album reviews, song analysis, interviews, features, essays and whatever else comes to mind several times each week. hire joel francis joel is available for full-time and freelance work. contact the daily record. subscribean error has occurred; the feed is probably down. try again 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