Aimee Mann: Live At St. Ann's Warehouse

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Aimee Mann: Live at St. Ann's Warehouse features the literate singer/songwriter performing over a dozen songs including "The Moth," "Calling It Quits," "Sugarcoated," "Humpty Dumpty," "Amateur," "Wise Up," "Save Me," "Stupid Thing," "Pavlov's Bell," "Long Shot," "4th of July," "Red Vines," "Invisible Ink," and "Deathly." Also included is interview footage with the artist.
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Aimee Mann: Live at St. Ann's Warehouse features the literate singer/songwriter performing over a dozen songs including "The Moth," "Calling It Quits," "Sugarcoated," "Humpty Dumpty," "Amateur," "Wise Up," "Save Me," "Stupid Thing," "Pavlov's Bell," "Long Shot," "4th of July," "Red Vines," "Invisible Ink," and "Deathly." Also included is interview footage with the artist.
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Special Features

Exclusive interviews; Slide show; Behind-the-scenes footage; Bonus live CD
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Lydia Vanderloo
The first live release from singer-songwriter Aimee Mann has many things to recommend it, though startling revelations aren't among them. Each song on this CD-and-DVD package is, however, like a drama in miniature, a refined expression of a tortured soul or twisted relationship -- exactly what Mann's fans would expect. And her performance, marked by composure and intensity, reflects the understated appeal of the songs. Culling tracks from her four solo albums and her stunning work on the Magnolia soundtrack, plus two new songs, Live at St. Ann's Warehouse encapsulates Mann's two-night stint at the Brooklyn, New York, venue in July 2004. Though not known as a dynamic performer, Mann has loosened up over the years; here, she's even chatty during song intervals, offering goofy asides about her interest in boxing and giving shout-outs to NYC's most populous borough. Dressed in jeans, man-tailored button-down shirt, tie, and sport coat -- aptly reflecting her debt to pop traditionalism and the rebellious spirit lurking beneath -- Mann revisits early favorites, such as the acoustic meditation "4th of July," as well as more recent fare, like the edgy "Pavlov's Bell." In between are career favorites, including the Bacharach-reminiscent ballad "Amateur" and an extended finale of Magnolia's "Deathly," one of a handful of tracks on which guitarist Julian Coryell and keyboardist Jebin Bruni, especially, add depth and nuance. The two new songs are of a piece with Mann's past: The relationship study "Going Through the Motions" boasts an innate melodicism that will have open-mike night contenders taking copious notes, while "King of the Jailhouse" fits in with her line of story-songs. The track lists for the CD and DVD vary slightly, but both media reveal the masterful craftsmanship Mann's fans have long revered.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/2/2004
  • UPC: 698519001429
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Superego Records
  • Presentation: Bonus CD
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD

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Performance Credits
Aimee Mann
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Side #1 -- DVD Feature
   Concert
   Song Selection
      The Moth
      Calling It Quits
      Sugarcoated
      Going Through the Motions
      Humpty Dumpty
      Amature
      Wise Up
      Save Me
      Stupid Thing
      Pavlov's Bell
      Long Shot
      4th of July
      Red Vines
      Invisible Ink
      King of the Jailhouse
      Deathly
   Special Features
      Interviews
      Behind the Scenes
      Slideshow
      Credits
   Credits
   Audio Set-Up
      5.1 Surround
      PCM Stereo
Side #2 -- CD Audio
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Aimee Mann's first ever LIVE DVD!

    It took a while, but the wait for a live Aimee Mann DVD was worth it. This DVD of Aimee's show at St. Ann's Warehouse is fantastic! A live CD of the songs accompanies it, and it's a steal at the current price. Completists will want it for their collections, and anyone who is interested in exposing themselves to Aimee's music would do well to start with something like this set. The sound quality is outstanding and set list selections are perfect. I withheld one star for lack of more bonus features.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Just what I wanted for Christmas and New Year's Eve! THANKS AIMEE!

    I love live concert DVD's, and being a long-time Aimee Mann fan (since her 'til tuesday hit, 'Voices Carry'), I have been hoping for this for a long time! Finally, I can play 'Long Shot' on New Year's Eve at midnight, and I will feel like I am right there at the concert. For true Aimee Mann fans, this is a 'must-have'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    just perfect....

    Amazing live performance by Aimee Mann captured on DVD and CD. So many of Aimee's great songs are featured here, plus interviews and background information. It's a great value too, for the price of a DVD you get a CD too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An incredible chance to experience a live Aimee Mann show!

    Aimee Mann is, without a doubt, one of the most talented songwriter/performers of our day. However, many fans have never had the opportunity to see her live. I know that until I moved to the West Coast, I was in this category and always itching for the chance. With the release of her new dual CD/DVD Set, Live at St. Ann's Warehouse which was recorded during her last concert tour, now everyone has the opportunity to watch Aimee do her thing. Beautifully filmed, the DVD captures the intimacy of a show while giving a great overall perspective of life on the road and other anecdotes through additional backstage footage and interviews. The live CD is an added bonus and, for the hard core fans, contains 2 unreleased songs that are stunning. I recommend Live at St. Ann's Warehouse for the new fan as well as for the Aimee fanatic. Finally, a live performance of Aimee's is captured for posterity and for our at home viewing enjoyment. And while there is nothing as wonderful as seeing an artist live, this is definitely as close as one can get-so thank you Aimee. Good job!

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