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The DVD 'You Gotta Move' features concert footage, interviews, and footage of the studio sessions for Honkin on Bobo. Also included is a six-track audio CD recorded live.
Track Listing: 1. Toys In The Attic 2. Love In An Elevator 3. Road Runner 4. Baby, Please Don't Go 5. Cryin' 6. The Other Side 7. Back In The Saddle 8. Draw The Line 9. Dream On 10. Stop Messin' Around 11. Jaded 12. I Don't Want To Miss A Thing 13. Sweet Emotion 14. Never Loved a Girl 15. Walk This Way 16. Train Kept A Rollin'
1. Toys In The Attic 2. Love in An Elevator 3. Rats In The Cellar 4. Road Runner 5. Back in The Saddle 6. The Other Side
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It is spoilt by the interviews between songs, which happen to run over the beginings of many of the tracks. Indeed, Joe Perry's slide solo in the middle of Draw the line is also ruined.
It is quite unbelievable that a band as big as and as long running as Aerosmith, still does not have one true concert DVD on official release.
Aerosmith are a pretty polarising group - you either like them or you don't, so you'll either relish the prospect of this first official live DVD or you won't see what all the fuss is about. As I fall very much into the former category this review takes the initial assumption that you an Aerosmith fan wondering whether to shell out for a nice shiny platter of your favourite band?
Well, first things first, the DVD description is a little misleading. This is Aerosmith Live - but it isn't simply an Aerosmith concert, it's an expanded version of the TV special that was shown on A+E in the USA earlier this year. Therefore, the live footage is regularly interspersed with short interviews, behind the scenes footage, the recording of Honkin' On Bobo and other pearls of wisdom from the Boston Bad Boys. Personally I found this method of filming was more distracting than beneficial. With the use of a DVD this footage would have been far better wrapped up into a documentary than cut into the songs - occasionally the songs are even faded down halfway through to drop a bit of split-screen interview into the mix. The most criminal use of this technique was during Draw The Line - Joe Perry's blistering guitar work is suddenly interrupted by.... Joe Perry talking about gigging with the band. In the words of a not-unrelated song, Let The Music Do The Talking!
Musically, the boys are as good, if not better, than ever. Joey's powerhouse nature whilst drumming has to be seen to be believed - particularly during the opening tracks when the band uses the small stage, you can almost hear the drums screaming with the pounding they receive! Joe's guitar work is some of the best I've heard, and Steven seems really energised throughout (watch out for that trapeze)! However, I feel the format of the DVD will leave most people feeling frustrated. It is not in-depth enough to work as a documentary, and the stop-start nature of the concert footage breaks up the flow of live atmosphere.
Aerosmith are no strangers to the live CD - 1998's A Little South Of Sanity was their last official foray into the genre and, as always, proved their mastery or the game. Film of those performances or a complete show from the latest tour would be a much better option, but as live Aerosmith performances are pretty thin on the ground in the UK I guess beggars can't always be choosers.
The Track list/ set, includes songs from all four decades that these guys have been rawking: From their inception in 70's right through to their last/ most recently released(March 2004) album Honkin On the Bobo. Their are 16 tracks:
Toys in the Attic, Love in an elevator, Road Runner, Baby Please don't go, Cryin, The other Side, Back In the Saddle, Draw the line, Dream on, Stop messin Around, Jaded, I don't Want to miss a thing, Sweet Emotion, Never Loved a girl, Walk this Way and Train Kept A Rollin'.
Also 5 extra tracks: Fever, rats in the cellar, livin on the edge, last child and Same old song and dance.
If the live show wasn't enough, this DvD also includes footage of the making of Honkin On the Bobo; a Discography and a 6-song live audio CD.
The sound and visual quality are both good and consistant throughout.
If you're a fan then this will be everything you could wish for. If not, then you will become a fan after watching this. I just hope they come and tour Europe soon.
Definitly worthy of 5 stars!!!!!...Aerosmith Rawk!!!!
Needed something in my collection to represent Aerosmith who are after all the real deal when it comes to rock.
all in all I can't share the total enthusiasm of the audience as the general strength of the songs do not match
the bands 'rock elite' image.
The numerous young ladies in the audience doing the text book wiggly hips with hands in the air, seem to be there
for their own performance rather than for the band.
Every self respecting fan of rock music should own "You Gotta Move". The mixture of new and past tracks clearly shows the breadth and depth of this fantastic rock band shown to great effect on this live DVD.
Excellent all round performance.....lets hope they produce another from their nexr world tour!
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