- Audio CD (7 Feb. 2011)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Format: CD+DVD, Live
- Label: Sfe
- ASIN: B004IOP572
- Other Editions: MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 154,943 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Live From Leicester Square CD+DVD, Live
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David Mc Almont : Live From Leicester Square
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· The charismatic David McAlmont morphs from diva to soul-man before your eyes through a subtle and steady change in accessories and repertoire during a landmark dramatic concert at the Leicester Square Theatre that celebrates the very best songs drawn from an 18 year career.
· With special guest star Bernard Butler contributing to the 3 included McAlmont and Butler tracks 'You Do', 'Falling' and the smash-hit 'Yes', McAlmont also performs his inimitable take on classic songs by Bacharach & David, Rodgers & Hart, Arlen & Mercer, George Harrison and Tom Waits.
· This CD / DVD 2 disc set is David McAlmont's first ever live set and also includes two specially recorded exclusive bonus studio tracks 'Isn't It A Pity' and 'Grapefruit Moon'.
Top Customer Reviews
The double CD set means that you can listen to those breathtaking tones, swoops and nuances and then see the man himself in all his gilt-edged magnificence. The opening "fully-dressed" number has to be seen to be believed. He appears as some kind of woodland nymph bedecked in glamour & splendour.
I can not recommend these discs too highly and I feel sure that they will become an archive of a great and vastly underrated performer