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Phil Collins: Finally...The First Final Farewell Tour
     

Phil Collins: Finally...The First Final Farewell Tour

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Director: Phil Collins

Cast: Phil Collins

 
In 2004, Phil Collins began the first leg of an international concert tour which Collins announced would mark his retirement from live performing. Phil Collins: Finally...The First Final Farewell documents the Paris date on his last set of live shows, in which the internationally famous musician was joined by a superb backing band for a set of his greatest

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In 2004, Phil Collins began the first leg of an international concert tour which Collins announced would mark his retirement from live performing. Phil Collins: Finally...The First Final Farewell documents the Paris date on his last set of live shows, in which the internationally famous musician was joined by a superb backing band for a set of his greatest songs. Selections include "In the Air Tonight," "Against All Odds," "Sussudio," "Don't Lose My Number," "Take Me Home," "One More Night," and many more.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/25/2005
UPC:
0603497039722
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
NR
Source:
Rhino
Region Code:
1
Time:
5:57:00
Sales rank:
2,931

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Disc #1 -- Phil Collins: Finally...the First Farewell Tour
1. Drums, Drums & More Drums
2. Something Happened On the Way To Heaven
3. Against All Odds
4. Don't Lose My Number
5. Chat To Audience
6. You'll Be In My Heart
7. One More Night
8. Can't Stop Lovin' You
9. Hang In Long Enough
10. True Colours
11. Come With Me
12. Groovy Kind of Love
13. I Missed Again
14. Another Day In Paradise
15. No Way Out
16. Separate Lives
Disc #2 -- Phil Collins: Finally...the First Farewell Tour
1. In the Air Tonight
2. Dance Into the Light
3. You Can't Hurry Love
4. Two Hearts
5. Wear My Hat
6. Easy Lover
7. Sussudio
8. It's Not Too Late
9. Take Me Home

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Phil Collins: Finally...The First Final Farewell Tour 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great concert. I loved everything from the background singers,the musical selections and the guest appearence of Gerald Albright. I found myself singing,dancing,and taking walks down memory lane. Phil Collins shows why he is a "true artist". A must have for the true fan..
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just viewed this concert on Rave, one of the Voom HDTV channels, presented by "Soundstage. The 5.1 recorded sound was awesome to hear.It was a pure pleasure to watch and really keeps your blood flowing. It was obvious everyone was really into the music andhaving fun, including the sellout crowd. Phil's backup singers were awesome and the sax player one of the best I've heard. The DVD is a must have for any Phil Collins fan. You won't be disappointed.
Sam6481 More than 1 year ago
I loved the DVD but, the first one I purchased the sound quality was bad, as there were no area's with sound at all or you could barely hear it. Also the DVD would crash The 2nd disc was okay though, not great but ok. I returned the DVD for another. This one I can hear all the way through, but I have heard better quality. The fourth time I played this DVD there are area's where the DVD still crashes or just stops playing. So I'm not certain it would be worth replacing since I don't have the receipt any longer. In any event it's too bad because I love Phil Collins and this was the first one I have purchased but will also be the last probably.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one concert that I'm glad that I found while channel surfing. I managed to catch the entire program on Rave, an HDTV music channel. All of the energy that Phil put into this concert demonstrates his true talents and showmanship. This is one concert that I will definitely want in my music library.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love phil and respect him as a musician but in the past 10 years or so the drummer, piano player, and producer has become a singer. Heused to play with clapton, plant, sting, genesis, brand-x, eno, and so on. I know people change but phil used to be about being a musician and producer. Now he's about stunning the audiences with drumsets coming out of the floor. I have followed him his entire career but I'm not a fan of this adult-contemporary garbage. I saw him in milwaukee and wasn't sure if I was watching phil collins or some new r&b band. I'm just saying that I think phil sold out. I am a loyal genesis fan and love every phil collins album thru But Seriously. I just wish we could still see Phil playing his yamaha piano with crosby or sting instead of standing there walking around with a microphone. He didn't even play piano on this tour.