The Black Keys: Live

The Black Keys: Live

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The Black Keys: Live

This concert film captures a performance by the two-man rock band The Black Keys. The seventeen song setlist includes "10 AM Automatic," "All By Yourself," "All Hands Against His Own," "Grown So Ugly," and "The Desperate Man."

Product Details

Release Date: 10/04/2005
UPC: 0767981102795
Rating: NR
Source: Fat Possum Records
Sales rank: 55,728

Special Features

One explosive full-length concert performance; Exclusive interview footage with Dan and Pat; The band's David Cross directed video plus one more; A camera angle you control on one song; Live photo gallery

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Black Keys: Live
1. Play All [:16]
2. 10am Automatic [3:06]
3. Thickfreakness [3:54]
4. Girl is on My Mind [4:49]
5. Hard Row [3:48]
6. Busted [3:35]
7. Stack Shot Billy [3:10]
8. Set You Free [3:10]
9. The Breaks [3:47]
10. All Hands Against His Own [3:01]
11. Till I Get My Way [2:43]
12. Grown so Ugly [2:43]
13. No Trust [4:27]
14. Have Love Will Travel [4:21]
15. Everywhere I Go [5:04]
16. No Fun [3:47]
17. The Desperate Man [3:58]
18. Heavy Soul [4:29]
19. Credits [4:29]

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Black Keys: Live 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Overall this was a good concert DVD. At first Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney seemed a little uptight and it shows in the first three or four songs. Then they hit their stride and go into great preformances of Heavy soul, No Fun and Have Love will Travel. The filming quality is superb and very enjoyable and sound quality is excellent. But in reality all it comes down to is the band and their quality and their talent and Auerbach and Carney have that talent. Auerbach's voice is as strong as it is on their records and Carney's drumming is relentlessly strong and powerful. Any fan of the The Black keys should go buy this. Espicially if they live in Vemont and can't get to a live show