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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2011
Front Row. This is a performance of Mumford and Son's "The Cave" from 107.7 The End's Deck the Hall Ball on December 7th, 2011. **GENERAL DESCRIPTION FOR ALL MY DECK THE HALL BALL VIDEOS** The picture quality is pretty good, but my digital camera had a hard time with the audio. I think it's seen and heard too many concerts :) So there are times when the audio is kind of flat, mainly when the bass is prominent. I recorded the end of the concert (most of Mumford and Son's performances) on my iPhone, after my camera battery died, but I wish I would have used my phone for the whole thing. The video and audio are both better on it, than on my camera. And I pretty much only recorded either partial, or select songs from each band cuz I was saving my memory and battery for Mumford & Sons. It worked. I got every one of their performances. Well. Hope you enjoy!! Oh and sorry for any motion sickness due to shaky camera work, it's hard to hold a camera steady when everyone's pushing and shoving behind you :)
P.S. Sorry about whoever it was that was behind me and singing very loud and off key...I'm referring mainly to the Mumford & Sons performances. I'm normally all about singing along at concerts. That's what makes them fun. But there are some artists, and some songs that I prefer to leave to the musicians. And that is the case with pretty much all of Mumford and Sons' songs. Their vocals incorporate so many ridiculously beautiful harmonies that I just want to listen to them sing. I was so mesmerized by their performances, that I couldn't have sung along if I wanted to. Anyway. I find the singing culprit a little distracting, especially during Awake My Soul. And I realize it's not entirely her fault, maybe in normal circumstances she sings wonderfully, but it's hard to hear yourself singing when you're at a rock concert...until someone catches it on video. Anywho. I hope you still enjoy.