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This Is Live [Blu-ray]


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Blu-Ray + DVD. Filmed for a scene in Judd Apatow's 2012 motion picture This Is 40, Graham Parker & The Rumour: This Is Live presents the complete concert for the very first time. It captures the band reunited after 31 years and in top form, celebrating the release of their 2012 studio album Three Chords Good. Shot at the historic Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles, This Is Live showcases both classic songs such as 'Local Girls' and 'Protection' and new favorites including 'Stop Cryin' About The Rain' and 'Long Emotional Ride.' Also contains 'Sirens In The Night,' an unreleased studio recording from the Three Chords Good sessions. The entire show was directed by Judd Apatow. Track Listing: 1. Fool's Gold 2. Nobody Hurts You 3. Protection 4. Local Girls 5. Long Emotional Ride 6. She Rocks Me 7. Passion Is No Ordinary Word 8. Discovering Japan 9. Stop Cryin' About The Rain 10. Three Chords Good 11. Stupefaction 12. Soul Shoes

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Careful with this one Oct. 11 2013
By Bruce Dawson - Published on Amazon.com
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I wanted to like this set I really did. And it is getting 3 stars only because I can't give it 2 and a 1/2. Things to keep in mind. GP and the Rumour had only just gotten back together and started to record their comeback CD. When Judd Apatow asked them to be in This Is 40 they quickly rehearsed some of the old material and recorded this concert. Unfortunately that is what it sounds like, rushed together. The band is not tight as they used to be, the songs are performed slowly there is little fire or energy here. And I hate to say it because I'm creeping up and the same age, but at times it really looks like 6 old men up on stage. Fortunately the recorded 3 Chords Good after this which is an amazing comeback album, it's a shame the didn't record this after they finished 3 Chords.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Too little of a good thing - wish this ran longer Sept. 8 2013
By T. Scarillo - Published on Amazon.com
This is about 50 minutes of a concert that was filmed by Judd Apatow, for partial/scene inclusion in his movie "This Is 40", which I haven't yet seen but which includes I understand, as a plotline, Graham Parker & the Rumour being signed to Paul Rudd's character's record label, for their big comeback (Rudd actually introduces the band at the very beginning). This apparently is the entire show, filmed at the Belasco here in LA. The footage looks great, of course, since it was properly lit, well-covered and in the directorial hands of Apatow. A nice mix of some classics (including five songs from "Squeezing Out Sparks") plus a couple of new tracks from "Three Chords Good", GP&R's reunion album from last year. Performances are pretty tight, considering they hadn't played together in about 30 years. I wish this disc/concert were longer, as there are still plenty of tunes I'd like to have heard (no "Don't Ask Me Questions", "Mercury Poisioning", "Heat Treatment", etc), and the sound is really good. If you pop for this, and don't already own the Rockpalast set, picking that one up is VERY highly recommended - you can compare & contrast (see link below)

Parker, Graham - Live At Rockpalast
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars On the top again! Jan. 2 2014
By Arto Saartenkorpi - Published on Amazon.com
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This is what worthed wait fourty one years! Stick to me was very first Graham Parker and The Rumour album which I heard and since that this band and GP have stick to me forever!

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars DEFINITE MUST HAVE for GRAHAM PARKER FANS:)!!! Dec 21 2013
By Dar K Collins - Published on Amazon.com
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As stated above & of course, a Repeat:

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