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Concert at Little Rock,
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This review is from: Own the Night World Tour [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
I enjoyed this concert which was filmed at Little Rock, Arkansas. Lady Antebellum's appeal extends beyond their country roots. To me, they sound more rock than country. I hear some or just a little country in their music. It's like a rock band (but not heavy rock) with country influences. That's probably why they have a broad appeal.
The blu-ray concert contains songs, plus some very short stories (or mini-documentaries). The short stories offer a quick window or glimpse into Lady Antebellum. The only recommendation I would make is to have an option to play only the concert, without the short stories.
Concert is over an hour and 30 minutes (1:34.18).
Here's the set list.
2. We Owned The Night
3. Stars Tonight
4. The Road To Here - a brief of when they were starting out
5. Love Don't Live Here
6. The Red Piano - choosing the right shade of red for the piano
7. Just A Kiss
8. Rebuilding Through Music - helping the folks of Henryville
9. Dancin' Away With My Heart
10. From The Ground Up - a brief on putting on a show and their crew
11. Our Kind Of Love
12. Touring The World - a look at their European tour
13. Perfect Day
14. Club LaBellum - fans and a quick look into their lives
15. American Honey
16. Coming Full Circle - part of a jam session
17. Hello World
18. Evolution Of A Song - their childhood musical influences & songwriting
19. Wanted You More
20. Connection With The Fans - more fan appreciation
21. I Run To You
22. Lookin' For A Good Time
23. The Next Chapter - hoping and planning for more success
24. Need You Now
25. We Owned The Night (Credits) - audio of song plays while showing only credits
Bonus Tracks include five songs.
1. Good Life - actually a jam session
2. Love's Lookin' Good On You
3. Love This Pain
4. Sweet Emotion
5. Black Water (featuring Darius Rucker & the Thompson Square duo) - Love Darius Rucker. Wish they would have played the whole song and minimized the narration which cut into the song.
Other bonus features
1. What Goes Down Doesn't Always Come Up
2. What Happens Backstage
On the cover of the blu-ray, from left to right, are Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood.
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Initial post: Dec 14, 2012 3:01:54 AM PST
J. J. Loehr says:
I sure enjoyed this concert. I live about forty miles from where they porformed at a gas station in Slinger Wisconsin for the opening of deer hunting. I found that interesting. Who would have thought back then they would have been where they are today. I hope someday they do another blu-ray in a more intimate setting.
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