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Tesla - Five Man Video Band

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Manufacturer: Geffen Records
Publisher: Geffen Records
Starring: Tesla

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Product Description:
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: DVD
EAN: 0606949323899
Feature: Tesla: Five Man Video Band - DVD Used Like New
Format: Multiple Formats
Item Dimensions: Array
Label: Geffen Records
Languages: Array
Manufacturer: Geffen Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: 2002-10-07
Publisher: Geffen Records
Region Code: 1
Release Date: 2002-02-26
Running Time: 76
Studio: Geffen Records
Product Features:
Tesla: Five Man Video Band - DVD Used Like New
Editorial Review:
This DVD companion to Tesla's most popular live album "Five Man Acoustical Jam," shows how good ol' fashioned Rock 'n' Roll combined with raw young talent and acoustic instruments will rock your socks off. Shot and recorded at Philadelphia's Trocadero club in 1990, experience this once in a lifetime video performance of their only top 10 hit covering the Five Man Electrical Band's "Signs." Songs: Comin' Atcha Live/Truckin', Heaven's Trail (No Way Out), The Way It Is, We Can Work It Out, Signs, Gettin' Better, Before My Eyes, Paradise, Lodi, Mother's Little Helper, Modern Day Cowboy, Love Song, Tommy's Down Home, Little Suzi, Down Fo' Boogie.
This 1990 acoustic performance shows that Tesla was a hair band in name only. For 75 minutes, the California hard-rock quintet runs through a scintillating selection of originals and well-chosen covers in one of the very first acoustic concerts before MTV's Unplugged became all the rage. The ragged video quality adds to the homey, intimate atmosphere the band creates sitting on stools in a small Philadelphia club surrounded by hundreds of rabid fans. Along with songs off its first two albums--including "Modern Day Cowboy," "The Way It Is," and its first Top 10 single, "Love Song"--Tesla also generously throws in chestnuts like "Truckin'," "We Can Work It Out," and its smash-hit version of the Five Man Electrical Band's trippy "Signs." Versatility wasn't the hallmark of most guitar bands, but Tesla never needed hairspray and bimbo-laden videos; Five Man Video Band is ample proof. Only quibble: no 5.1 remix of the dynamic music. --Kevin Filipski
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