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Personnel: Bryan Adams (vocals); Keith Scott (guitar); Mickey Curry (drums).Audio Mixer: Bob Clearmountain.Recording information: The Budokan, Tokyo, Japan (06/15/2000/06/16/2000).Editor: Edi Osghian.Photographer: Michael Agel.Three years after the release of 1998's On a Day Like Today, Bryan Adams had not gotten around to completing a new collection, so he and his record company, A&M, kept the pipeline supplied with product, releasing the 2001 compilation The Best of Me and the DVD Live at Slane Castle. By 2003, there still didn't seem to be a new album in sight, so A&M pressed up a 2000 concert Adams had performed at the Budokan arena in Tokyo that had been broadcast on Japanese television, releasing both a CD/DVD package and a DVD-only version. On the latter, his fourth live recording in the last eight years (counting 1995's Live! Live! Live! and 1997's MTV Unplugged CD and DVD), Adams turns in a bare-bones show. It's just him, on bass and vocals, Keith Scott on guitar, and Mickey Curry on drums, all of them decked out in white T-shirts, jeans, and sneakers and playing white instruments on a bare stage. All that white gives the lighting designer a chance to throw some interesting patterns on the trio, but that's it as far as staging goes. The trim, acne-scarred, forty-ish frontman comes off as an unadorned rocker, his catchy tunes very much in the tradition of guitar-dominated pop/rock dating back to the '60s. Occasionally, he slows things down for one of his many romantic ballads. Just when sameness is setting in, he invites an audience member up to take over Mel C's part on "When You're Gone," and the moment is both touching and awkward. But for the most part, it's song-song-song, and unless the viewer is a dyed-in-the-wool Adams fan, things drag long before the end. The 22-song main set, running 98 minutes, is augmented by four "bonus tracks" adding another quarter of an hour. [Live at the Budokan was also released as a DVD/CD package, containing a CD that featured 15 highlights from the 26-track DVD.] ~ William Ruhlmann, This lavish package incorporates a live 26 track DVD and accompanying CD, from the Canadian singer-songwriter, captured live in 2000 at the legendary Budokan in Japan. The CD features 15 of the best tracks from the concert, completing an expansive package that should satisfy Bryan's thousands of fans. Amongst the songs featured are "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)," "Summer of '69," "Can't Stop This Thing We Started," and many more.

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  • Edition: Includes Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 606949363703

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Genre:Musical & Performing Arts
Format:DVD
Display Format:Includes Audio CD

eBay Product ID: EPID3424646
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Created: 01/23/09

Disappointing

This DVD is not wide screen or full screen it's picture frame which means on my 16-9 HDTV there or black bars all the way around the picture. It even blocks aspect setting on both my Blu ray player and my TV. Also while it has surround sound it just does not pop. Bryan sounds great but there just doesn't seem to be much separation in the sound kind of flat. My receiver even ups it to 7-1 PLIIx Movie but it still sounds like just two channel stereo and not very good at that either. The picture is very good great with upconversion, I just don't like there choice of picture format and blocking it from being changed with aspect ratio. Its to bad as I've heard some great surround music sound tracks and this is not one of them.

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Created: 08/17/08

Bryan Adams Invades Japan

I have always been a Bryan Adams fan so I decided to check out this live concert in Japan. I really was surprised when he came out playing bass and not guitar in what seemed to be a power trio. I thought it was just how he started the show. I expected a full band with keyboards and possibly a stringed orchestra. Nope. Just a three piece band. However, the three piece really pulled it all off well. Adams played the bass the entire concert and the band sounded very full. Seemed like a real good show to be at. Adams performed all of his hits and a couple of encores. Great show!

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Created: 07/18/11

Excellent DVD

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

This is excellent video and sound quality DVD. Also it is with good collection of the singer. I have seen this DVD from a friend of mine. After I watched the DVD,I feel very Happy. That is why I purchased this DVD for my collection. I recommend this DVD for all the fans of BA. Channa Goonasekera from Sri Lanka

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