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A great concert film from the Golden Era
29 October 2007 | by (Thailand) – See all my reviews

A lost treasure. Yeah, the Boss is great but so is everyone else at this show, which featured a fantastic lineup. Everyone plays their ass off and the combinations are really fun, too. Not to be overlooked is the haunting theme song to the event, Power, written and sung by John Hall, who was recently elected to Congress from New York in a largely Republican district! How about that. Other great performances are by the Doobie Brothers, with and without Carly Simon, and Poco. Paul Cotton delivers a great version of Heart Of The Night, which in light of all the tragedy in New Orleans, seems all the more poignant. Why is there no DVD of this event. What a shame.


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