Sammy Hagar and the Wabos: Livin' It Up! In St. Louis 2006 UNRATED CC

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Sammy Hagar And The Wabos - Livin' It Up Live! - Caught live in St Louis on their sold out 2006 US tour, Sammy And The Wabos bring down the house with songs from their new album, Livin' It Up, as well as some of Sammy's famed solo work. Joined on stage for the second half of the show by legendary Van Halen bassist, Michael Anthony, the band rips through some of rock radio's classic tunes. From "I Can't Drive 55" and "Mas Tequila" to "Finish What You Started" and "Right Now", it's one big Cabo party with the "Red Rocker"!

Starring:
Sammy Hagar, The Wabos
Runtime:
1 hour, 52 minutes

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Sammy Hagar and the Wabos: Livin' It Up! In St. Louis

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Product Details

Genres Music
Director Hank Lena
Starring Sammy Hagar, The Wabos
Supporting actors David Lauser, Vic Johnson, Mona, Michael Anthony, John Douglas
Studio Egami
MPAA rating Unrated
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
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Customer Reviews

Hat's off to the Red Rocker!
Hawk
St. Louis is the best place to experience Hagar, the love the fans have for him there, and vice versa, is like none other.
Amazon Customer
He just continues to get better with age...and I like him a heck of a lot better outside of Van Halen.
J. Mccormack

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Glenn on July 9, 2007
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I watched this DVD this past weekend, and well, all I can say is that I felt like I was actually at a Sammy Hagar concert! This release really has a great live feel to it. Fortunately, the editing was done well, with not too many camera angles or split second angle changes that have plagued many DVD releases in recent years (like Iron Maiden's last 2 live DVDs). The camera is actually allowed to linger on one shot for more than a fraction of a second. In addition to a well produced video, the setlist is also great as well as the audio. This DVD really is like being at a big Sammy Hagar party!

The only thing that I would change on this release is how loud Mona's background vocals are on certain songs. Her background vocals are too loud in the mix and are at times as loud or louder than Sammy's. Michael Anthony's vocals, however, are perfect during the second half of the set. I like Mona on bass in this band, but it sure would be nice to see Michael as the full time bassist for Sammy now that he's been booted from Van Halen. I believe that Sammy and Michael are just meant to be togther and I hope to see this happen sometime in the near future.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Hawk on June 22, 2007
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Absolutely great Hagar footage.

Why someone who is NOT a Hagar Fan, would view this DVD is absolutely beyond me.

So for the one star dork who asked the question why can't old gezers like Sammy get out of the way........Well, why watch the concert in the first place?

A Hagar fan who DOESN'T like this, well, I can respect, if not agree with that. But if you don't like Sammy in the first place, why waste your time?

Sam man touches on many great hits that HAGAR fans want to see. He rips loose on the guitar quite a bit so that adds to the project.

St. Louis must be an absolute AWESOME city to see Hagar play in as the audience is comepletely into the show. I've seen Sammy before, but never in St. Looo. Given I'm a die hard Rams fan, I need some stars to align for me and make a trip to kill two birds with one stone.

If you ARE a Hagar fan, you WILL love this DVD. If you are NOT a Hagar fan, you probably won't. But then agian, why would you bother?

Hat's off to the Red Rocker!

Hawk
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By George Dionne VINE VOICE on January 23, 2008
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The Good
If you've ever been to a Sammy Hagar show in recent times, then you know that every show is a party. Hagar's stop in St. Louis is no exception. The stage is set-up to mimic Sammy's Cabo Wabo Cantina Bar. There are people in bleachers on stage, sand, palm trees, and every other object that could ever remind you of the beach. Let's not forget about hot women. There are plenty that bring out Waboritas for the "red rocker" in between songs. Sammy even echoes the words of his lovely wife after a few have come out; `you can look, but don't touch!' The 5.1 sound is phenomenal, and makes you feel you were right in the middle of the action.

Ever the party animal, Hagar get the show started with a celebration, complete with confetti and the like. I guess it's the only way to start off with the party hit "Mas Tequila." To keep the vibe going, Sammy and his Wabos segue into one of their newer tracks "Mexico." Which I must say comes off better live than it did on the studio album. Hagar bust out a few of his classic solo material as well as a few Montrose hits, before kicking out his latest theme song "Sam I Am." After Sammy brings the house down with his well-known hits "I Can't Drive 55," and "Heavy Metal," it's time for an old friend to hit the stage.

Hagar's old-band mate Michael Anthony takes over bass duties and he and the "red rocker" barrel through a few Van Halen hits. They play "Summer Nights" for the first time since the 5150 Tour and even eliminate the keyboards for a rocking version of "Right Now." To keep the party vibe going, even as the doors are closing, Hagar ends on a high note with "Cabo Wabo." When all is said and done, you're pissed that the party is over. The DVD bonus material is minimal, but they're still a treat for fans.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Christopher T. Baker on June 28, 2007
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This is a fun DVD. It shows Sammy in one of his favorite cities, St. Louis, doing what he does best .. playing live and having fun.
Who cares that Sammy is a 60 year old seasoned veteran ... he still rocks like he's 20 and gives meaning to the phrase "old is only how you feel".
What I like about this DVD is the fact that he plays his staples, then throws in some almost forgotten classics (The Girl Gets Around, I'll Fall In Love Again) and even when Micheal Anthony joins him on stage, you get some staples of a Van Halen set and lost gems like Summer Nights and Good Enough.
If you love good time rock and roll from one of the greats ... get this DVD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 21, 2007
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When I heard Sammy Hagar was going to release a DVD of this concert, I couldn't wait for the release date. I attended this concert, and the only thing better than this DVD, is being there live. They did cut Michael Anthony doing, "Running with the Devil", but that was the only thing different from the actual show. St. Louis is the best place to experience Hagar, the love the fans have for him there, and vice versa, is like none other. If you are a Red Rocker fan, I suggest you pick this up!
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