In order to clear their name, and regain their status, the Bellas take on a seemingly impossible task: winning an international competition no American team has ever won. They talk to everyone and anyone that has something to say about David. You just don't get it on C. Movie Star Rating : 7. For new fans, White Ladder songs are interlaced throughout the concert playlist. Clips from the concert are inter-cut with commentary from , the band, and a host of introspective characters. Movie Star Rating : 6.
D's but there is, believe me, no substitute for seeing him live. Some are at the other end of the arena, showing a wave of people, all on their feet and dancing. Promotional items 3-D glasses, figurines, t-shirts, posters, jewelry, books or other non-media items may not be included. I loved every minute of it. Movie Star Rating : 8. I think watching the hilarious antics of the drummer, Clune, is reason enough to buy it.
And what great music it is! Thrust in among mean gals, nice gals and just plain weird gals, Beca finds that the only thing they have in common is how well they sing together. . Movie Star Rating : 6. On a radio station interview he sings an old Everly Brothers number live, but he could have sung the phone book, such is the passion in his voice. He looks a remarkably happy and fulfilled person, turning now and again to others in the band and exchanging knowing smiles, really enjoying himself in that unassuming way he has.
Here, the soulful singer performs his unique brand of music before an appreciative audience of thousands at The Point in Dublin, Ireland. A definite must-have for any David Gray fan, and a worthy investment for anyone who just appreciates deep, soulful music. In order to accomplish this monumental task, they need to strengthen the bonds of friendship and sisterhood and blow away the competition with their amazing aca-magic! It creates the feeling of being there yourself. In total, the concert is well over an hour, and David performs 17 or 18 songs. A young poet, who is plunged into the heady world of Moulin Rouge, begins a passionate affair with the club's most notorious and beautiful star. Gray is all smiles and ready to rock the house, and he certainly does.
The crowd of 9,000 adoring fans is mesmerizing. No such problems with this one at all. The show was filmed at in , , on December 22, 1999, the final night of Gray's Irish tour in support of his album. But Finn's roommate remains in the dark about what he's doing. The school's hard-nosed principal is rightly suspicious of Finn's activities. It was released on November 13,. No need or place for flashy showmanship.
Of course, if you're a David Gray fan, you should already know that it's all about the music. Bonus downloadable or promotional content may have already been redeemed. Shot at The Point in Dublin, Ireland, during the last show of his tour, shines from the moment he takes the stage. Overall, too many notables to mention. David and his musicians are so tight, totally focussed on what they are doing. Cleaning and repair was done as required.
It was an unforgettable night to crown an incredible year. More than just a phenomenal show, David Gray: Live at The Point captures this acclaimed singer at the moment of transition from well-kept secret to award-winning, platinum-selling success. Song after song after song, each one with it's understated beginnings but easily finds its way to the hook. Movie Star Rating : 7. Peripatetic David Gray has lived in Manchester, Wales and Ireland.
It's hard to describe, but the crowd of about 9,000 people seems incredibly intimate for such a large group of people. Personnel David Gray - Guitars, Keyboards and Vocals Clune - Drums and Percussion Tim Bradshaw - Keyboards and Guitars Rob Malone - Bass. There's not a whole lot of theatrics going on, so don't be expecting him to put on any kind of act or to get excessive with the storytelling. Even if you've just become a fan with White Ladder, this is a great opportunity to sample fantastic renditions of his past music to get a taste of what came before and his growth as a musician over time. This concert, like David Gray himself, is all about the music. The camera effects are wonderful, though a little choppy because they switch back and forth a lot. He has a way of getting the audience to scream, whether it be his famous head-bop, standing on the seat at the keyboards and clapping, or singing his heart out.
~ Mark Deming, Rovi Side 1 -- 0. In the process, he's become one of the most acclaimed singer-songwriters in the British pop world. The documentary provides an insight into Ireland, the banality of touring, and the reasons why it is all worth it: the fans and the music. Movie Star Rating : 7. Mixed between interviews with him are interviews with other musicians in Ireland talking about David and his music as well as this wonderfully animated Irish poet that steals the show. Not so much a gig as a celebration. The energy of the band and lighting on the stage are fantastic.
The setting is perfect, a small 8000 person venue in an atmosphere that was a breeding ground for new fans to be born. She takes the women of the group out of their comfort zone of traditional arrangements and into a world of amazing harmonic combinations in a fight to the top of college music competitions. Who wouldn't enjoy being on that stage in front of such a knowledgeable and appreciative audience, making and hearing the sounds of those instruments and voices live, blending as they do, together so beautifully , supporting David and his piercing lyrics. The visuals are not necessary to enjoy this concert but do provide a look into a moment in time that is able to show someone on the verge of making the record companies eat their words. With all new friends and old rivals tagging along for the trip, the Bellas can hopefully accomplish their dreams.