Soundstage (2003– )

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Soundstage features live performances by a diverse roster of legendary and up-and-coming artists. The majority of the concerts are filmed before intimate studio audiences at WTTW's Grainger Studio, but occasionally Soundstage also hits the road.

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Soundstage features live performances by a diverse roster of legendary and up-and-coming artists. The majority of the concerts are filmed before intimate studio audiences at WTTW's Grainger Studio, but occasionally Soundstage also hits the road.

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Soundstage: Chris Isaak (2003) - Excellent Singer & Comedian
13 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm very familiar with Chris Issak's voice, having owned a half dozen or so of his CDs, but I had never seen him perform until "Soundstage" DVD. It exceeded my expectations in that I never knew Issak was such a comedian. The guy is hilarious!

Most importantly, he sang well and did some of this best songs. The only bad part of this DVD is that it is so short: the program is only 46 minutes long, enough for about 11 numbers. This guy is such a good singer and so entertaining between songs that I wish this concert was longer. I've read that people who attended this remarked it was longer but cut for this disc.

When I told a good friend about this DVD, he remarked he has seen Isaak twice in concert and said they were two of the best concerts he's ever attended. They were a lot wilder and risqué than the material shown on this made-for-TV disc (which he had also seen.)

Anyway, the songs we hear are:

American Boy, Wicked Game, Go Walking Down There, Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing, Courthouse, Somebody's Crying, One Day, San Francisco Days, Forever Blue and Super Magic 2000.

The most fun was "Baby Did A Bad, Bad Thing" because Isaak did a great job with the song and added some great humor to it.


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