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John Legend-Live from Philadelphia [IMPORT]

John Legend

Live from Philadelphia [IMPORT]

Format: CD   Release Date: 08/25/2008
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    Track Title

    Time

  1. Do U Wanna Ride [Live] 1:53
  2. Heaven [Live] 3:32
  3. Stereo [Live] 4:05
  4. Let's Get Lifted [Live] 2:46
  5. Alright [Live] 2:45
  6. Number One [Live] 2:51
  7. Save Room [Live] 4:04
  8. Where Is the Love [Live] 3:26
  9. I Can Change [Live] 3:13
  10. I Want You (She's So Heavy) [Live] 2:58
  11. Slow Dance [Live] 5:05
  12. Dance to the Music [Live] 3:48
  13. Again [Live] 4:15
  14. P.D.A. (We Just Don't Care)/Feel Like Makin' Love Medley [Live][Medley] 5:58
  15. Used to Love U [Live] 3:59
  16. Ordinary People [Live] 5:03
  17. Coming Home [Live] 5:23
  18. Show Me [Encore] 5:28
  19. So High [Encore] 7:37
  20. Save Room [DVD][Live]
  21. I Can Change/I Want You (She's So Heavy) [DVD][Live]
  22. Slow Dance [DVD][Live]
  23. P.D.A. (We Just Don't Care)/Feel Like Makin' Love Medley [DVD][Live]
  24. Used to Love U [DVD][Live]
  25. Ordinary People [DVD][Live]
  26. So High [DVD][Live]
  27. Show Me [DVD][Live]
  28. Another Again [DVD][Live]
  29. Tour Interview [DVD]

In the U.S., the CD and CD/DVD versions of Live from Philadelphia were Target exclusives, though the DVD-only version was available elsewhere. The recording offers a fairly even balance between John Legend's studio albums to that point -- 2004's Get Lifted and 2006's Save Room -- and there's the high level of showmanship for which Legend has become known. He did, after all, pay some major dues as a performer prior to signing with a major. Legend's voice is a little rough, though it's really no hindrance, unless you can tolerate nothing short of precision. Some fun curve balls are thrown into the set, like a cover of Sly the Family Stone's "Dance to the Music" and the clever incorporation of the Blackbyrds' "Rock Creek Park" within "P.D.A. (We Just Don't Care)," which fits both musically and thematically. A take on the Beatles' "I Want You (She's So Heavy)," however, is more like a temporary derailment. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi

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