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Don Henley: Live Inside Job (2000)

| Documentary, Music | TV Movie
Don Henley performs his greatest hits live in Dallas.






Cast overview, first billed only:
Don Henley ...
Jonathan K. Bendis ...
Open and Bumpers
Will Hollis ...
Music Director / Keyboards / Vocals
Frank Simes ...
Band Leader / Guitar / Vocals
Lance Morrison ...
Rob Ladd ...
Drums / Vocals
Guitar / Vocals
Danny Reyes ...
Micheal Thompson ...
Piano / Vocals
Maxine Waters Willard ...
The Waters and Friends Chorus (as Maxine Waters)
Oren Waters ...
The Waters and Friends Chorus
Terry Young ...
The Waters and Friends Chorus
Monalissa Young ...
The Waters and Friends Chorus
The Waters and Friends Chorus
Clydene Jackson ...
The Waters and Friends Chorus


A concert film recorded May 25, 2000 at Fair Park Music Hall in Dallas. Don Henley performs his newest and greatest hits in support of his latest album, "Inside Job", his first in eleven years. The songs played, in order, are: Dirty Laundry; Sunset Grill; Workin' It; Taking You Home; The Boys Of Summer; Lilah; Everything Is Different Now; The End Of The Innocence; All She Wants To Do Is Dance; New York Minute; Talking To The Moon; They're Not Here, They're Not Coming; The Heart Of The Matter; Desperado; The Long Run; My Thanksgiving; Hotel California. Written by Jonathan D. H. Parshall <parshall@citcom.net>

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Exellent Job, Don
23 April 2001 | by (Hengelo Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I could not decide between an 8 or a 9. I finally went for a 8. I will explain why. The performance is excellent, so is the band, backing vocals and the songs. I give it an 8 because the microphone of Don is not performing a warm sound but sounds a little to much high (or to little low). It does not matter if you listen in DTS or 5.1. On "Hell freezes over" from The Eagles the sound is perfect (I voted a 9), even the 'mike' of Don is perfect. For the rest no complains with Inside Job.

I have been listening in DTS with 6 channels several times to this DVD and are going to like it more and more.That's a good sign. The surprise is at the end by the performance of Hotel California. Cool, comic and new.

It's worth the money.

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