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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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Doesn't Really Matter
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Written by Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam (as James Harris III) and Terry Lewis
Performed by Janet Jackson
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Are you ready for Janet at her best?
5 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

Everything you could want from a concert is here. The singing, the dancing, the band, the clothes, the lights, and the party. The stage, like Janet was constantly evolving and changing and seemed big enough to hold such a personality. Janet took on different moods such as diva/Theatrical/the Sugar Plum Fairy/Street-wise/ Zoot Suit Queen/Dominatrix/Japanese rocker/Head of a military troupe/Herself.

The set list included: Come on Get Up/You Ain't Right/All For You/Love will Never Do Trust a Try/Come Back To Me/Let's Wait A While/Again Runaway/Miss You Much/When I Think of You/Escapade Son of a Gun/Got Til It's Gone/Thats The Way love Goes/What Have You Done For Me Lately/Control/Nasty Alright Would You Mind If/Black Cat Rhythm Nation Doesn't Really Matter/Someone To Call My Lover/Together Again

Janet shows her evolution since the Velvet Rope tour at the place she seems most at home - the stage. Janet doesn't have the strongest voice but her enthusiasm and growth make up for this. The camera picks up the crowd having a great time, but they are not very loud. Watch this show for the music, the dancing, and the show itself.


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