Paul Weller: Two Classic Performances

Paul Weller: Two Classic Performances

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Product Details

Release Date: 03/25/2003
UPC: 0634457205499
Original Release: 2002
Source: Yep Roc Records
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Sales rank: 45,309

Special Features

Exclusive Paul Weller interview

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [2:17]
2. Sunflower [4:43]
3. Bull Rush [5:02]
4. Friday Street [2:41]
5. Hung Up [3:14]
6. A Bullet for Everyone [4:16]
7. Whirlpools' End [7:01]
8. Leafy Mysteries [3:18]
9. Up in Suzie's Room [4:51]
10. All Good Books [3:34]
11. Can You Heal Us (Holy Man) [5:23]
12. This Is No Time [5:25]
13. Foot of the Mountain [6:15]
14. Broken Stones [3:54]
15. Picking Up Sticks [6:26]
16. You Do Something to Me [3:44]
17. Stanley Road [4:07]
18. Out of the Sinking [3:42]
19. Peacock Suit [3:06]
20. Into Tomorrow [3:28]
21. The Changing Man [3:48]
22. Standing Out in the Universe [6:26]
23. Wild Wood [5:02]
24. Call Me Number No. 5 [3:57]
25. Woodcutter's Son [7:06]
1. Brand New Start [3:56]
2. Out of the Sinking [3:44]
3. The Loved [4:42]
4. English Rose [3:29]
5. Above the Clouds [4:08]
6. Clues [4:31]
7. That's Entertainment [4:43]
8. Wild Wood [4:07]
9. You Do Something to Me [4:03]
10. Headstart for Happiness [3:20]
11. Everything Has a Price to Pay [4:11]
12. Town Called Malice [4:06]
13. Country [4:29]

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Paul Weller: Two Classic Performances 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Mike_Raaymakers More than 1 year ago
Already have Live At Braehead, but can't stand the unnecessarily spastic camera switching? So you're thinking about getting Two Classic Performances? Well, it's not a bad decision, however, unfortunately, the Electric segment of TGP was first directed by Braehead's Matt Askem, and suffers from the same affliction. Having said that, I quite enjoy the band's performance more than the Braehead performance, and have, somewhat, gotten used to the hyper camera work. This show could have been done with three cameras lingering on the musicians, and maybe ONE shot of the crowd. The Acoustic section, however, is sublime, and alone worth the price of the DVD. Overall, I do recommend it. It would be nice if the video of the Electric concert could be reassembled into something more watchable. If you love Paul Weller's music, this is a keeper.