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Foreigner: All Access Tonight - Live in Concert

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Foreigner celebrates 25 years of providing some of the most well-known rock songs ever in this live compilation from their 2002 25th Anniversary Tour. The band (Mick Jones, Lou Gramm, Jeff Jacobs, Bruce Turgon, Tom Gimbel, Denny Carmassi) rolls through 11 of their classics while providing some rare behind the scenes clips from the tour.

Track Listing:
1. Introduction
2. Long, Long Way from Home '95
3. Double Vision
4. Cold As Ice
5. Head Games
6. Fool for You Anyway
7. That Was Yesterday
8. Dirty White Boy
9. Feels Like the First Time
10. Urgent
11. Juke Box Hero
12. Hot Blooded
13. I Want to Know What Love Is [Bonus Track]
[performed by Mick Jones and Lou Gramm with a full orchestra at the "Night Of The Proms" in Antwerp, Belgium in October 2002.]


Special Features

  • Tracks: Introduction (Long, Long Way from Home '95), Double Vision, Cold as Ice, Head Games, Fool for You Anyway, That Was Yesterday, Dirty White Boy, Feels Like the First Time, Urgent, Juke Box Hero, Hot Blooded
  • Bonus: I Want to Know What Love Is, performed live by Mick and Lou with symphony orchestra, from "Night of the Proms," Antwerp, Belgium, October 2002

Product Details

  • Actors: Foreigner
  • Format: Color, NTSC, DTS Surround Sound, Dolby
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Eagle Rock
  • DVD Release Date: May 18, 2004
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000228EQS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,911 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Glenn VINE VOICE on November 29, 2004
Format: DVD
This DVD has decent production, I don't think they sound as bad as some of these people are saying. I really enjoyed it as a matter of fact. Yes its not perfect but rarely is anything. The sound quality of the DVD itself is very good, just being able to hear some of these classics live when I never got to see these guys is still an awesome Experience. If your a fan of these guys, and want most of the hit songs on a live dvd with a decent show for a nice price check this out for yourself. Don't be swayed by those who are way too picky here, its not like they asked 25$ for this dvd. I still enjoyed hearing these songs, even though they are not in the prime, you have make some sacrifices to see the bands you like years later, no group from the 60's, 70's, or even 80's and 90's are in their prime anymore, to expect that is being unrealistic.
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I haven't seen the video in question yet I entirely believe the reviewers concerning lead vocalist Lou Gramm's voice not being what it once was(this was apparent in the semi-unplugged remakes of"Juke Box Hero" & "Waiting For a Girl Like You" that were added to the expanded/remastered "Foreigner 4" CD).Unfortunately,a few years ago,Lou Gramm underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor,and at the time,it was believed that he would not be able to sing again.The loss of vocal quality and weight gain are related to this operation.Guitarist Mick Jones put Foreigner on hold to see if Gramm could perform again,rather than hire a new singer.I know many of you will debate whether Jones should have hired a new singer,but the only previous attempt at making a Foreigner album with a different singer was rejected by the public,and saw the group reduced to playing at county fairs.Too bad someone couldn't arrange to release "Super Rock Japan '85" on DVD somewhere.This Japan-only VHS program captures the group in its'prime,touring behind the album "Agent Provocateur",with the classic Gramm/Jones/Wills/Elliot line-up.
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Where shall I begin ? I no longer have the dvd of "All Access..." since I gave it away to a fellow Foreigner fan/Lou Gramm fan who later agreed with my opinion of the dvd. So what I will be recounting is my memory recollection of what I saw and heard. And it ain't pretty...

The dvd begins with a montage of tour bus travel footage and the audio sounds of the band performing LLWFH as background music. Lou sounds great on this live selection until you realize after close comparison and listening that the live version you are listening to of LLWFH is the one from "Live From Deer Creek." You would think that with all the home video footage shot by the cameraman during the 2002 tour that they would come up with one decent sounding live version of LLWFH. Nope. Nada. They had to steal one from the distant past.

It doesn't get much better later on in the video. Post-op Lou's voice does sound up to the task on a few Foreigner classics (e.g. "Head Games"). But for the most part, his post-op voice sounds very gravelly, hoarse, and strained (esp on "Juke Box Hero"). Seeing and hearing any of post-op recordings (live and in the studio) reinforce my opinion that his new post-op voice (however improving) is just not suited to singing many of the Foreigner classics anymore. Either he tailors new song material (e.g. Christian rockers) to his post-op voice or he join the blues club circuit and sing his soul out on blues classics/standards in some late-night, smoke-filled blues clubs. If he does that, I'll be there to support him. If not,...later dude...

There's one selection from Mick and Lou's "Night Of The Proms" appearance in Amsterdam in December, 2002:

IWTKWLI complete with orchestral and choir accompaniment. In any case, this is probably the bestest part of the dvd.
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Knowing the great music and performances that Foreigner has done over the years, I can't figure out why they chose to make the DVD using only footage of Lou Gramm after his throat sugery. I mean, yeah...use some of it to show the present, but I would have to believe that far greater footage exists that would payng fitting tribute to an incredible rock band. I recommend LIVE at Deer Creek on DVD
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This is a poor offering from a once decent band. The audio mix is poor (Lou Gramm's voice is shot) and the video is worse. Not much to enjoy about this one. Save your money.
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All Access Tonight captures Foreigner's 25th Anniversary Tour on film.Besides Concert footage,there is behind the scenes footage such as sound checks,checking in to a motel,and the tour bus,things that won't interest causual fans,but hardcore fans will kind of enjoy.The concert footage is decent,but shot with only a single camera,the band is good.Lou Gramm's voice is pretty good,only downside as far as I'm concerned is "Waiting for a Girl Like You" is not on here,can't imagine a Foreigner concert without them playing this song.Live at Deer Creek is the best Foreigner DVD out there,this one is more for hardcore fans.
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Okay...I felt obliged to set the record straight for all the well intentioned "haters" ripping into this DVD on Amazon.com. Sure its not the production level of the recent widescreen hi def Sound stage Soundstage: Foreigner - Live and many who purchased the wonderful DVD from the early 90's Foreigner: Live at Deer Creekwill wonder who the lead singer is...as he sort of sounds like Lou Gramm and sort of looks like a bigger slower and slightly wounded Lou Gramm.

As another reviewer noted...after a reunion in the mid 90's that saw Foreigner successfully regain their audience and make a well received album "Mr Moonlight"...Lou Gramm was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Let me say it again...Lou Gramm had a life threatening Brain Tumor. The horrific operation which entailed opening up a huge chunk of his skull and removing a golf ball sized tumor was traumatic to say the least. This operation left Lou alive, thankfully, but with pituitary problems which gave him tremendous weight gain as well as other motor skill challenges.

This derailed Foreigner's resurgance and reunion and the group was back "on hold" rather than go the route of a replacement. With the 25th anniversary of the group Lou rejoined Mick Jones and they set out to again try and reclaim their legacy (somewhere between 50 and 70 million ALBUMS sold)...however at this point the once mighty stadium rockers were reduced to club sized venues and a tour bus.
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