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Live In Amsterdam [Blu-ray] 
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Live performance by American blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa and singer-songwriter Beth Hart. Filmed at the Koninklijk Theater Carré in Amsterdam, the duo cover a selection of soul classics including 'Something's Got a Hold On Me', 'I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know', 'I'd Rather Go Blind' and 'Nutbush City Limits'.
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Similar emotions are stimulated by the encore songs 'I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know' and the Etta James classic 'I'd Rather Go Blind', a number that is heart-rending and is becoming one of Beth's signature numbers. This concert is outstanding from all aspects. The musicianship, variety of song-styles across eras with impeccable sound, visuals and production can only lead to an indispensable moment of triumphant entertainment. The additional bonus tracks reveal the hard work behind the final work of art and the respect and admiration mutually shared between the artists.
This is an irresistible accomplished recording by consummate artists who deserve all the attention and recognition they can muster. There is more to come. Joe is established. Beth is a supreme talent whose boundaries know no end. Absolutely wonderful.
In this MOVIE a crude US NARC teams up with an Interpol agent to tackle the heroin use in Amsterdam. While they are there they undercover a new drug made from fluid from the adrenaline gland from people scared and then subsequently killed. I liked the concept but the acting was bad. Cliche lines were spoken badly and with accents. The soundtrack was way too loud. The gunfire noise didn't come close to matching what was on the screen. Our US agent reads from a journal and it was horrible.
Guide: F-word. No sex. Rear nudity.
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My admiration for Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa knows no limit. Two stunning musical talents who are only interested in making top quality music and who are not the slightest bit... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Monsieur le B
Picture is correct, but sound is absolutelly not good. Compressed sound ... Pas bon !!!!!!! it's a shame .....Published 9 months ago by Gérard M.