"Me Myself I - World Tour Concert"
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Joan Armatrading, legendary songstress and purveyor of finely tuned, emotionally charged music, is back with a new release, Me Myself I World Tour a DVD release documenting her 2014/2015 solo world tour which was billed as her last major tour of her career. The tour album written, arranged and performed by Joan-- was filmed in October of 2015 at The Barns at Wolf Trap, the intimate concert space of the world renowned DC area venue and contains her biggest hits spanning her entire career.
1. All the Way From America
2. Mama Mercy
3. My Baby s Gone
4. Down To Zero
5. In These Times
6. Steppin Out
7. Kissin and A Huggin
8. The Weakness in Me
9. Empty Highway
10. Woncha Come On Home
11. Love and Affection
13. My Myself I
14. Drop the Pilot
About the Actor
Long recognized as a pioneering creative force with a career spanning four decades, the Saint Kitts born Joan Armatrading has maintained an acclaimed and storied career and fanbase. In 2014 she embarked on an 18-month tour of the world a solo tour with only her piano and guitar in tow. Classics such as the title track, Drop the Pilot and Willow are all performed with a heightened sense of intimacy. Me Myself I World Tour captures that magic in her performance at Wolf Trap. Joan has reassured fans that she has not retired and will continue to perform, just not on this scale.
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This DVD (and the accompanying CD) represents one of her shows, later in the tour from when I attended and is an excellent memento of the event. Unfortunately, her set list was shortened by this point and a few songs I witnessed were omitted. However, what remains is a stellar performance by an undeniably talented and entertaining artist.
Those familiar with Joan's career will no doubt appreciate the song selections as well as their interpretation into solo performances. Those new to her catalog will find this an excellent starting point for discovery of her repertoire. All in all, this is a wonderful documentation of what was for me (as well as anyone who has attended one of her shows, I'm sure) a joyous occasion.
Sound, video and editing are all top notch, warranting repeated viewings. One for the ages...