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Paul Rodgers is the possessor of one of the great rock voices. As the frontman of first Free and then Bad Company he also established himself as one of the great rock performers and a classic songwriter. In 2005 he joined forces with Queen on their first full tour without Freddie Mercury, an association he has continued with their recent new studio album and accompanying tour. This Blu-ray was filmed in Glasgow on his sell out autumn 2006 UK tour and features powerful performances of songs from across his career.
1) I'll Be Creepin'
2) The Stealer
3) Ride On A Pony
5) Be My Friend
6) Warboys (A Prayer For Peace)
7) Feel Like Makin' Love
8) Bad Company
9) I Just Want To See You Smile
10) Louisiana Blues
11) Fire And Water
12) Wishing Well
13) All Right Now
14) I'm A Mover
15) The Hunter
16) Can't Get Enough
* Paul Rodgers interview
* Band interviews
* Interviews with the fans
* Performance of "Sunshine" by Paul's son Steven Rodgers, the supporting act on the tour.
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This concert is close to a "10". Paul is in amazing shape at 64 and so is his voice. His group flows melifluously thru all the songs. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Audioguy
Compared to the many time that he has appeared with BadCo his solo career and studio career has faltered and it has really nothing to do with him personally because like they say... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dean
This dvd is an awesome live concert video. Paul Rodgers is a talented musician and vocalist who has been the lead singer of some of the greatest classic rock bands (Bad Company,... Read morePublished 20 months ago by StevenN
amazing rock concert......amazing singer....one of the best i know in rock. excelent sound and amazing video qulity. 5 stars. recomendedPublished 23 months ago by R
Great performance few singers could match. In my lifetime of music (1962-present...not counting 1952-1962) I have heard hundreds of great singers but only a few great performers. Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by Amazon Customer