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Joe Jackson Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (13 Jun 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: earMUSIC
  • ASIN: B004W2MEYM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113,800 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  1. Tomorrow's World (Live) 5:380.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Another World (Live) 4:230.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Still Alive (Live) 4:170.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Chinatown (Live) 5:400.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Sunday Papers (Live) 4:360.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Cancer (Live) 5:350.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Girl (Live) 5:110.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Inbetweenies (Live) 5:210.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Scary Monsters (Live) 3:220.79  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Got the Time (Live) 3:270.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Steppin' Out (Live) 4:500.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. A Slow Song (Live) 6:400.79  Buy MP3 

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4.0 out of 5 stars Night And Day 3 (Live) 16 Jun 2011
By Steve Keen TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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Recorded in 2010? Gazing down the setlist I reflect that most of this material was old in the mid-eighties. It's good material, but most of it has been given live coverage at least once in the past. I think I now understand why there was no pre-release information on contents. What happened to the material from Rain, the last studio album? Or anything else released since Night And Day, which dominates this set? The band were doing Scary Monsters last time I saw them, and at that time JJ claimed they only did one cover per gig, but there are three here. They're OK, but they crowd out the material I wanted to hear.

The set opens with Tomorrow's World, which also opened 1989's Blaze Of Glory, sounding quite different from its original manifestation. Good. No point buying a live record if the songs just sound like the studio version, is there?

Another World is the first of five (that's nearly half the record!) songs from Night And Day, featuring a lively but brief jazz/salsa passage at the end. Still Alive, from Volume 4 follows, the only song with which I'm not familiar (due to a period where I left the fold), so not able to compare with the original. Chinatown begins as on the original, but there's a nice instrumental passage in the middle.

Sunday Papers, though, has acquired a slightly more jaunty feel, and feels the influence of Graham Maby on bass quite a bit. Cancer is, well, much as it was in 1982, again with the exception of some tricky piano in the middle. Got The Time, one of those songs I sometimes wish would slow down so I could sing along, proceeds at its usual breakneck speed, driven helter-skelter by Dave Houghton's Drums and Maby's bass, both of which get a good airing.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A great live album 24 April 2013
By Tim S
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Saw Joe Jackson with his original band in a small venue in Brighton quite a few years ago and was astounded by the bands live performance back then, a real talented bunch. This album has some great classic Jackson tracks on it but most played very differently but still very impressive. Graham Maby's versatile bass playing is particularly outstanding as usual, alongside Dave Houghton's solid drumming and Joe Jacksons exquisite piano playing.
Their version of Bowie's 'Scary Monsters' is great to hear. This album is well worth purchasing.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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Joe Jacksons new live album

His live recordings are as good as his studio work, this album is an amazing recording.

The song line up has many of the familiar songs, also on the Album, are a few cover versions such as Inbetweenies by Ian Dury, David Bowies Scary Monster and even John Lennon I think Scary Monster is excellent, better than the original. It would be good to see a full of album of covers from Joe Jackson, I really like the Common People he did with William Shatner.

I would have liked to have seen a few songs from the Night and Day II album which live sound superb, I enjoyed the songs from Blaze of Glory and Volume 4, but there is little new that hasn't been seen before from Joe Jackson, the album does as always with his work show what a talented bunch of musicians the Joe Jackson band is.

This is a very good album, one for the collection,
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nice set from Joe's Trio! 9 Jun 2011
By Matthew D. Frawley - Published on
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3 and /12 stars.

If you enjoyed the stripped down sound of Joe's last release, 'Rain', you're bound to really enjoy this live compliation from the same trio that recorded that album. The covers of "Girl", "Inbetweenies" and "Scary Monsters" are a treat and the 'Night & Day' material sounds a little less dated with just the piano, bass and drums. At 58:58, the disc could have been a tad longer and the version of 'Steppin' Out' isn't as powerful as the one I heard this band play in 2008. However, this is a solid collection with nothing to skip over.
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4.0 out of 5 stars some repetition, but worth getting! 22 Jun 2011
By Michael A. Miller - Published on
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Grrrrreat cd that captures the latest 2008-2010 tour for the 'Rain' release. Saw them twice on the tour, simply stunning. Performances on the cd are in turn energetic or fragile (as you would expect from JJ...) and all are tight and flawless...

And the choices of covers are superb - Scary Monsters just floored me!

So why only 4 stars? Disappointment in the song selections, primarily because nothing is included from Rain, which was outstanding. Would have much prefered live versions of several Rain cuts over others that have been released in live versions before (Cancer, Slow Song, Steppin Out, Sunday Papers, etc.) All great songs performed exceptionally well here, but the musical reconstruction was not enough to merit putting them on yet another live release. Wish this would have been a 2 disk release and/or an entire show, then it probably would have gotten the full 5 stars.

Having said all that, even if you have Summer in the City and Two Rainy Nights, this is still worth owning. By far!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Delicious Recording 12 July 2011
By Lee Armstrong - Published on
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Joe Jackson is one of our most amazing and most underrated musicians. With classical training, a product of the punk era of 70s, his music has explored various genres like jazz & reggae and keeps his audience guessing. This live set crackles, sparking the speakers. "Chinatown" recorded for his 1982 album Night & Day sizzles, at times sounding like something from the Middle-East, with Jackson's piano raw and riveting. Jackson's cover of the Beatles' "Rubber Soul" classic track "Girl" is a gem. I feel the emotional ache in Jackson's vocal while his piano clops through the melody almost as a taunt, "She's the kind of girl who puts you down when friends are there; You feel a fool." Ian Dury's "Inbetweenies" sasses and coaxes, "Shake your booty when your back is bent; Put your feelings where my mouth just went." The band sticks a bomb into the arrangement of "Got the Time" with Dave Houghton's drums insanely throbbing. The set concludes with the powerful "A Slow Song," "Pick me up & undress me; Lay me down & caress me." "Live Music Europe 2010" is a delicious recording from one of our master musicians. Bravo!
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5.0 out of 5 stars always different 23 Nov 2011
By stvekit - Published on
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i must own five joe jackson CD's. and the wonderful thing about him and his duo is that i could own five more and still not hear the same song played the same way twice. probably got four different versions of "steppin out"---and they're ALL phenomenal. to say nothing about the new stuff he sneaks in here as well ("in betweenies" is wonderful; as is "scary monsters"). would that he toured the USA more often; but until then, this will strongly suffice!
5.0 out of 5 stars Different But Still the Same Old Joe 3 Aug 2014
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I had not been overly fond of the previous release "Rain" so I had put off buying this for a few years because I simply wasn't sure I needed another live Joe Jackson album. Well first this is not just another live Joe Jackson album and secondly, I love it. The stripped down sound that I wasn't crazy about with Rain is fantastic in a live setting and Joe's voice sounds as good as ever. The cover songs Inbetweenies and Scary Monsters are probably the highlights but the best thing about this release is there are no low points as all songs sound great and the old stuff comes across with a fresh sound without losing the feel and passion of the original recordings. Recommend it.
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