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Seven Worlds Collide: Neil Finn & Friends Live at the St. James (2001)

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Neil Finn brings together some of his musician friends from around the globe for an awesome series of concerts at the St. James theatre in Auckland, New Zealand. Includes performances with ... See full summary »

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Neil Finn brings together some of his musician friends from around the globe for an awesome series of concerts at the St. James theatre in Auckland, New Zealand. Includes performances with Johnny Marr, Eddie Vedder and Radiohead's Ed O'brien and Philip Selway. Along with kiwi artists Tim Finn and Betchadupa. Written by Julian Cone <jules@planetnz.com>

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What would have been a night to remember
18 January 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Being a fan of Crowded House since I was a wee tucker, to me this is pure gold. Being a fan of Pearl Jam and Radiohead (Phil Selway and Ed O'Brian form apart of the band) for well over 10 years, to me this is pure gold. You may be disappointed if you are expecting songs by either of the latter bands (beside 'Parting Ways' by Pearl Jam) you get all the gusto and stage presence of them.

Hearing old Split Enz songs that I'd never had heard otherwise has made me appreciate what a huge influence they've made on pop music today. Priceless moments are Eddie Vedder and Neil Finn doing 'Take A Walk', Eddie Vedder with Liam Finn's (Neil's son) band Betchadupa covering 'History Never Repeats' and a blistering version of 'I See Red' with Tim Finn also.

Maybe not the best DVD to watch from start to finish but there are a good half dozen tracks that you will watch over and over again. Killer songs, killer band and (what would have been) a killer concert to be at.


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