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Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Live! (2001)
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Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Live! (2001)

DVD5 NTSC (Untouched) | 1,33:1 | Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround & DD 2.0 Stereo | Cover | 2,74 GB
or DVDRip | AVI, XviD 720x544 (4258 Kbps) | Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo (192 Kbps) | Cover | 1,44 GB

She loves Rock & Roll, and she inspired countless other loud, strong
women to love it too! The leather-clad, black-haired Jett is truly one
of the female revolutionaries of rock music, inspiring, among other
female rockers, the Riot Grrrl movement. This 60 minute DVD, shoted in
1998, features 14 tracks such as "Bad Reputation", "Crimson and Clover",
"Roadrunner", "Cherry Bomb" and and her trademark tune, "I Love Rock N
Roll". Also includes exclusive and rare bonus footage of Joan. This is a
fabulous disc for rock fans.

This 1998 VH1 show was filmed in Telluride, Colorado. The hits are included, along
with many other songs I feel are stronger. The recording quality is
sometimes a little thin, but good enough. My big complaint for this
great show is the camerawork and editing. If a band is playing as hot
and intense as this, they are the focus of the night. They are the
event. The thrilled audience gets this, but the hyperactive cameramen
clearly don't. This DVD has too many cut-aways from Jett and her band,
and too many useless shots of nobodies crowd-surfing and shots from the
back of the room. Sometimes less is more.

The extras? The DVD includes a brief photo album that reminds you how
long Jett has been performing. Also included: 2 videos - one flawed, one
great '80s cheese. The '90s "Real Wild Child" cover shows Joan Jett's
excellent skill for pantomime/facial expression, proving she's got half
the acting game down pat. The live performance of "Do You Wanna Touch
Me" - filmed during a 1985 New Year's Eve for MTV or something even
worse, is ridiculous. Jett and her band may be visibly bored, but they
appear sane in a room filled of what can best be called "TV Party
People". To put it another way, drunk party ghouls with Rob Lowe hair.
It reminds me how much I hated the safe white-bread '80s culture - this
clip is something else. Although I never really liked them, thank god
Nirvana swept away the tired empty '80s vibe. Joan Jett's work fits
better with the '90s vibe and beyond. This DVD shows that.

~ from customer's review at

01. Bad Reputation
02. Cherry Bomb
03. Light Of Day
04. Crimson And Clover
05. I Hate Myself For Loving You
06. Love Is All Around
07. Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)
08. Roadrunner
09. Friend To Friend
10. I Love Rock 'N Roll
11. Androgynous
12. Fetish
13. Real Wild Child
14. Everyday People

15. Real Wild Child [Music Video]
16. Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah) [TV shot 1984]
17. Text/Photo Galleries: Stills/Photos, Biographies, Discographies
18. DVD-ROM Features: Weblinks

^^ These screenshots taken from DVDRip ^^
• Shot on location at Scott's Art Factory, Telluride, Colorado
• Directed by Michael Strummer
• Running time: ~ 54 minutes
• This DVD Released: June 5, 2001
• Original Format: DVD5

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