Thanks Mike, I thought ALL my hearing had started around the bend....... But if you also noticed it, I guess it was the mixing after all..... Did you see ALL the equipment behind McCartney? Jezzes, a whole wall of amps and stuff, not to mention a different guitar for each song, and a piano..... He was also somewhat disconnected with the "message" about Sandy..... I guess for some it was more about what people would think if they didn't show up, more than what they actually felt about doing the gig for "the cause"......Make no mistake, this wasn't "Farm aid", not even close.....Are you f'ing kidding me. That gay looking girly skirted Milli Vanilli wannabe didn't even belong on the same stage with those other real artists. Frickin poser blew chunks, I actually turned the sound off while he was on. He must have begged to be part of that show, had no place there. :stir: :gay:
They should have had Taylor Swift or Carrie Underwood to appeal to a pop/country side more.
I agree with Ray, the mixing sucked particularly on the early artists to play. Hopefully it sounded better live.