Peter Cetera with Special Guest Amy Grant: Live in Concert...
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Grammy Award-winner Peter Cetera has enthralled fans as a singer, songwriter and bassist since his early career as lead singer of the group Chicago. This memorable performance includes classic favorites and he is joined by Grammy-winner Amy Grant for their duet "Next Time I Fall,” plus the classic hit, "Baby Baby" and more.
Songs: Peter Cetera: One Good Woman, Glory of Love, Restless Heart, If You Leave Me Now, After All, The Next Time I Fall, Baby, What a Big Surprise, You're the Inspiration, Have You Ever Been in Love? With Amy Grant: Baby Baby, Simple Things, El-Shaddai. Bonus Tracks: 25 or 6 to 4, Even a Fool Can See, Hard to Say I'm Sorry
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Amy Grant opens the show with three songs, at about 14 minutes.
Peter Cetera's show is about 40 minutes.
One Good Woman
Glory of Love
If You Leave Me Now
After All (duet with Kim Keyes)
The Next Time I Fall (duet with Amy Grant)
Baby, What a Big Surprise
You're the Inspiration
Have You Ever Been in Love
I especially enjoyed El-Shaddai. Ms. Grant sang it in a reverential, spiritual, thankful, soulful and praiseful fashion.
Mr. Cetera was mellow and enjoyable.
The concert features a large orchestra and a variety of instruments, including the harp, horns, strings, wind instruments, guitars, keyboards/piano, egg shakers, tambourines, and percussion/drums with cymbals.
The main concert with Mr. Cetera has more of a classical music flavor rather than a Chicago style, with the instruments being more refined, complementing and highlighting Mr. Cetera's vocals.
The total time for this concert is about 54 minutes, so it goes by fast, and I wish it were a little longer, with a few more songs.
The blu-ray includes two bonus tracks at 9 and half minutes.
25 or 6 to 4
Even a Fool Can See
The two audio options are DTS-MA 5.1 Surround and LPCM Stereo.
The musicians are backed by elaborate strings and horn sections. It just doesn't get any better than this.
This has the PBS stamp of quality on it.....you will not be disappointed.