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Janet Jackson: Live in Hawaii (2002)

Janet Jackson's final-stop of the "All For You" world-tour.

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Janet Jackson's final-stop of the "All For You" world-tour.

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Medley: Come Back to Me/Let's Wait Awhile/Again
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Written by Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam (as James Harris III) and Terry Lewis
"Let's Wait Awhile" segment written by Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam (as James Harris III), Terry Lewis and Melanie Andrews
Performed by Janet Jackson
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good concert, but seems reycled
29 July 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This was an excellent show and tour, which really displayed the fact that JAnet still has what it takes to compete against her younger peers. However i just felt as if the show was too similar, and at points, almost identical to her Velvet Rope Tour. I realize that she may have intended this in order to give the show a 'Janet' feel, but it just felt lazy on her behalf. The music selection was impressive, as she opens the show with the energetic ' Come on Get Up', and never lets up, with one big hit after the other. The choreographed dance segments ar nothing short of stunning, with hardly a misstep to be seen. The DVD is recommended as it features amazing picture and sound, with a bonus DTS mix thrown in, for those who have the capability of playback for this special audio format.


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