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Club Date- Live in Memphis preorders at Amazon US

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Postby johnfoyle » Tue Mar 08, 2005 3:30 pm

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The old saying goes "You can never go home again".
Costello has made a career of doing what "can't"
should" be done, and Club Date: Live In Memphis
exception. Costello returns to his musical roots, leaving
cozy comfort of theater-sized venues and stages
sweaty club in Memphis, Tennessee for a set that rolls
his best songs from his 27-year career. Club Date:
Memphis, recorded in late 2004, was shot in High-
and features Stereo, 5.1 Surround and DTS audio to
viewer that intimate setting from their own home.

Track Listing:

1) Waiting For The End Of The World--- 3:09
2) Radio Radio---2: 45
3) Mystery Dance-2: 31
4) Blue Chair-3:45
5) Bedlam-5:26
6) Country Darkness 4:16
7) Blame It On Cain-3;52
8) Either Side Of The Same Town 3:39 (Elvis Costello/Jerry Ragovoy)
9) High Fidelity-- 2:39
10) The Judgment-3:24
11) Monkey To Man-5:04
12) The Monkey -3:17 (Dave Bartholomeu)
13) I Still Miss Someone 3:12
14) Heart Shaped Bruise 4:25
15) Wheels 3:11 (Chris Hillman/Gram Parsons)
16) The Delivery Man 5:53
17) Hidden Charms 3:42 (Willie Dixon)
18) Alison/Suspicious Minds 4:33 (Mark James)
19) Peace Love And Understanding 4:00 (Nick Lowe)
20) Pump It Up 5:10

Bonus Songs:

21) My Baby’s Gone 3:28 (Louvin Brothers)
22) There’s A Story In Your Voice 3:24
23) Button My Lip 8:01
24) Sleepless Nights 4:03

Bonus:

Road Trip Documentary “Off The Beaten Path” A Road Trip With Elvis & Pete.
Radio and The Fan

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Postby wardo68 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 10:26 am

Looks like they used a lot from the first show. I'm a bit puzzled by some of the track order, as the second show had The Monkey before Monkey To Man. I couldn't find it in the forum archives, so here's the setlist from the second show, for any to contrast and compare.

Accidents Will Happen
Next Time Round
Blue Chair
No Dancing
The Judgement
High Fidelity
Blame It On Cain
There’s A Story In Your Voice (two false starts)
The Delivery Man
The Monkey
Monkey To Man
Nothing Clings Like Ivy (w/ Emmylou)
I Still Miss Someone (w/ Emmylou)
Sleepless Nights (w/ Emmylou)
My Baby’s Gone (w/ Emmylou)
Heart Shaped Bruise (w/ Emmylou)
Wheels (w/ Emmylou)
Button My Lip

Country Darkness
Hidden Charms
Needle Time

Dark End Of The Street

Alison/Suspicious Minds
(What’s So Funny ’Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding

Pump It Up

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Postby And No Coffee Table » Wed Mar 09, 2005 11:45 am

And here's the set list for the early show, possibly not in exactly the right order:

Waiting for the End of the World
Radio Radio
Mystery Dance
Bedlam
Country Darkness
Blame it on Cain
Delivery Man
Nothing Clings Like Ivy (with Emmylou)
My Baby's Gone (with Emmylou)
Heart Shaped Bruise (with Emmylou)
The Scarlet Tide (with Emmylou)
Wheels (with Emmylou)
Monkey to Man
I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down
Either Side of the Same Town
Uncomplicated
Button My Lip


So apparently this is what's on the DVD:

1. Waiting For The End Of The World - EARLY
2. Radio Radio - EARLY
3. Mystery Dance - EARLY
4. Blue Chair - LATE
5. Bedlam - EARLY
6. Country Darkness - UNKNOWN
7. Blame It On Cain - UNKNOWN
8. Either Side Of The Same Town - EARLY
9. High Fidelity - LATE
10. The Judgement - LATE
11. Monkey To Man - UNKNOWN
12. The Monkey - LATE
13. I Still Miss Someone - LATE
14. Heart Shaped Bruise - UNKNOWN
15. Wheels - UNKNOWN
16. The Delivery Man - UNKNOWN
17. Hidden Charms - LATE
18. Alison/Suspicious Minds - LATE
19. Peace Love And Understanding - LATE
20. Pump It Up - LATE
21. My Baby’s Gone - UNKNOWN
22. There’s A Story In Your Voice - LATE
23. Button My Lip - UNKNOWN
24. Sleepless Nights - LATE


And these were left off entirely:

1. Accidents Will Happen
2. Dark End Of The Street
3. I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down
4. Needle Time
5. Next Time 'Round
6. No Dancing
7. Nothing Clings Like Ivy (with Emmylou)
8. The Scarlet Tide (with Emmylou)
9. Uncomplicated

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Postby johnfoyle » Thu Mar 31, 2005 2:05 pm

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de ... music&st=*

I was there!,
March 31, 2005

Reviewer: Michelle Friedman "allornothing_girl" (Los Angeles, CA USA)


I was actually in Memphis the night this concert was taped and was lucky enough to be in the audience for the first show. He actually played two shows that night. The room was warm. The beer was cold. The crowd, tightly packed into a small space, was lively. But enough about atmosphere, you want to hear about the concert.

You know how it is when you go to a concert of a well known artist and all you really want to hear is the old stuff, mainly because the new stuff is pretentious and lame...that was NOT the case here. Elvis varied it. He played both. But honestly, the best part of the show was when he played the new stuff. The duets with Emmylou Harris were also outstanding. And it might just be a personal preference, but I really dug the purple suit he was wearing.

Check it out for yourself. And look for me while you are at it, I may have been imortalized on the DVD. I am the curly haired girl in the red and white shirt.

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Postby wardo68 » Thu Mar 31, 2005 2:34 pm

johnfoyle wrote: Check it out for yourself. And look for me while you are at it, I may have been imortalized on the DVD. I am the curly haired girl in the red and white shirt.


As soon as I find me, maybe I'll look for her. Among the approximately 30 women wearing red and white. (Unless she means the free shirt they gave us but made us tie around our waists so we wouldn't all look alike.)

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Postby verbal gymnastics » Fri Apr 01, 2005 6:35 am

Given the stuff that was left off, should I wait for the expanded Tour Reissue DVD which will tie in with the July dates with Emmylou? :twisted:
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Postby Copenhagen Fan » Fri Apr 01, 2005 7:14 am

OOOPS I just ordered it thinking it was a CD...I have no DVD player :lol: :lol: :lol: what a loser I am
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Postby verbal gymnastics » Fri Apr 01, 2005 8:49 am

There were enough clues Cope :lol: :lol: :lol:

Perhaps all that trouble downstairs has affected your brain!
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Postby King Hoarse » Sat Apr 02, 2005 2:33 pm

Wanna trade your copy for drinks and a meal at the Tivoli, Cope?
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Postby johnfoyle » Thu Apr 07, 2005 1:56 pm

Uncut , May 2005

Elvis Costello & The Imposters

LIVE IN MEMPHIS
*****
RETAIL DVD (EAGLE ROCK, WIDESCREEN)

After recording The Delivery Man in Mississippi, Costello and his Imposters (the Attractions but with Davey Faragher on bass) headed for Memphis Hi-Tone Café to record this live set. They rock like bareknuckle boxers through Delivery Man songs and a sprinkling of hits— “Radio Radio”, “High Fidelity” and “Alison”. Emmylou Harris duets with Costello on some tracks, sounding like they’ve been doing it for decades. (Andrew Sumner)

EXTRAS: Travelogue, extra songs.* *

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Postby Copenhagen Fan » Fri Apr 08, 2005 8:06 am

Sorry KING HOARSE..I cancelled my order :lol: But I'll see ya at Tivoli!
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Postby Tim(e) » Sat Apr 09, 2005 7:55 am

Release date for this DVD has been moved to 19th April 2005.

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Postby sweetest punch » Thu Apr 14, 2005 11:54 am

You can preorder 'Live in Memphis' in the UK. Releasedate has moved there to May 2!!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... 80-5171603
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Postby Gilbert » Fri Apr 15, 2005 11:42 am

Play.com will sell you a copy for £10.99 with free postage

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Postby johnfoyle » Sat Apr 16, 2005 8:19 am

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DVD review: Elvis Costello 'Live in Memphis'(Reuters, Saturday April 16)
ARTIST: ELVIS COSTELLO & THE IMPOSTERS
DVD: CLUB DATE -- LIVE IN MEMPHIS

NEW YORK (Billboard) - Eagle Rock Entertainment's debut release in its "Club Date" DVD series is a doozy. It stars Elvis Costello & the Imposters, with special guest Emmylou Harris, and was recorded live before 250 fans at the Hi Tone Cafe in Memphis.

The knockout live set contains tunes from Costello's latest album, "The Delivery Man," and concert staples like "Radio Radio" and "Alison," the latter paired with "Suspicious Minds" in a tacit nod to Memphis' other Elvis.

Harris, who appears on the new album, shines on several duets, most notably a tender version of Johnny Cash's "I Still Miss Someone."

Bonus material includes more Harris duets and a fascinating road trip documentary featuring Costello and longtime drummer Pete Thomas in the back of a 1954 Cadillac rolling through Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi.

Reuters/Billboard

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Postby Tim(e) » Sun Apr 17, 2005 6:43 pm

My copy of this DVD shipped from DeepDiscountDVD on Saturday, so with a bit of luck I should have it sometime in the next 10 days. It was only US$13.91 which is much cheaper than the UK release.

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Postby johnfoyle » Tue Apr 19, 2005 6:44 am

http://www.freep.com/entertainment/movi ... 050419.htm

Detroit Free Press

Music DVD of the week? No contest: "Elvis Costello & the Imposters -- Club Date: Live in Memphis" (****, Eagle Rock, $19.98) captures an intimate show at Memphis Hi-Tone Café with Costello running through a fraction of his incredible and ever-growing catalog, from "Waiting for the End of the World" to songs from his last opus, "The Delivery Man." He's joined on three songs by everybody's favorite duet partner Emmylou Harris, including a gorgeous version of Gram Parsons' "Wheels." It's all remixed into 5.1 Surround, so crank it up.


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