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Mobile Fidelity



Product No.:
AMOB 3281
UPC: 821797328111

Vinyl Box Sets

No. of Discs: 3
Note: 180 Gram


Live is the first collection of live recordings ever released from Alison Krauss + Union Station. Recorded on their spring 2002 tour, this three-LP set includes versions of classic AKUS songs such as "When You Say Nothing At All" and "Baby Now That I've Found You" from their double-platinum Now That I've Found You; "The Lucky One" and "Let Me Touch You For Awhile" from the gold-selling New Favorite; and "I'm A Man of Constant Sorrow" and "Down to the River and Pray" from the O'Brother, Where Art Thou? Soundtrack. In all, there are 25 career-spanning tracks. From their traditional bluegrass roots to their more recent pop-oriented tunes, the recording, the playing and the voices are all impeccable.

1. Let Me Touch You for a While
2. Choctaw Hayride
3. The Lucky One
4. Baby, Now that I've Found You
5. Bright Sunny South
6. Every Time You Say Goodbye
7. Tiny Broken Heart
8. Cluck Old Hen
9. Stay
10. Broadway
11. Ghost in This House
12. Forget About It
13. Faraway Land
14. A Tribute to Peador O'Donnell/Monkey Let The Hogs Out
15. The Boy Who Wouldn't Hoe Corn
16. Take Me for Longing
17. I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow
18. Maybe
19. We Hide and Seek
20. But You Know I Love You
21. When You Say Nothing at All
22. New Favorite
23. Oh, Atlanta
24. Down to the River to Pray
25. There Is a Reason

Customer Reviews (4.00 Stars) 10 person(s) rated this product.

Great music

posted on 04/17/2011
5 Stars
I have this set, and the SACD. I find the packaging of the MFSL to be impeccable. Really nice work. The records sound great. Very quiet, with good soundstaging and dynamics. With that said, I do not find the sound to be any better than my SACD. It is better than the CD layer of the SACD.


posted on 05/03/2010
2 Stars
Reviewer: Fretless
If you can tell the difference between a lively, emotionally connective recording and a sterile collection of very mediocre audiophile sound effects, pass on this one. It might serve as an over-hyped digital demo LP if you enjoy listening to your system through the music, but involving it is not.

This bloodless recording reduces a routine, going-through- the-motions live performance to a flat, lifeless ordeal. I've tried to get through it several times, but I never manage get past a single side, and I love Alison Krauss and Union Station!

Faux-Mo-Fi blows it again.

Upwards to infinity with no ceiling in sight.

posted on 01/30/2009
4 Stars
Reviewer: Paul Sprouse
What an incredibly clean and extended DSD recording. High rez digital converted to analog and pressed into some extremely quiet vinyl. What more could anyone ask for, music lover or just a plain ole' audiophile listening for the absolute sound. Air galore with a great sense of the theatre that the band is playing in. Quiet vinyl too which counts very much to my sensitive ears that cringe at excessive cracks and pops. I give it an A.

Very good recording

posted on 11/21/2007
4 Stars
I have the DVD, the CD and the LP of this album. The pressing on the LP is very good, not as detailed as I like it to be but very musical nevertheless.


posted on 06/29/2007
5 Stars
Reviewer: BRANDONH
Applause... Mofi has done it again! Typically I don't care for live recordings, for the ones I have heard do not have any real depth or presence and the audience background noise is usually distracting to me, compared to studio recordings that is, but not with this one. This gem of a pressing is remarkable sounding. Front row seating in your living room where the vocals and instruments just float in the air. Excellent separation, just amazing.

A must have.

posted on 04/25/2007
5 Stars
Reviewer: Hans Horsten
This is the ultimate live recording ever made. Great sound very good produced and the music is superb. Alison together with all these fine musicians at there best.Buy it.

Super sound

posted on 03/26/2007
4 Stars
Reviewer: Randal habeeb
Among the best sounding live LPs out today. If you are a fan of the group, you will love it.

Digital vinyl avoid it

posted on 02/18/2007
1 Stars
This is a digital source recording and sounds more dead than alive. Save your money.


posted on 12/28/2006
5 Stars
Reviewer: Rick
Without a doubt one of the finest recordings and performances Ive ever heard. The vinyl is dead silent and the sound is unbelievable. This is one of the tightest bands on the planet

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