Joe Bonamassa - Beacon Theatre: Live From New York [DVD] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. 72nd St. Subway Blues
2. Slow Train
3. Cradle Rock
4. When the Fire Hits the Sea
5. Midnight Blues
6. Dust Bowl
7. The River
8. I'll Take Care of You
9. Sinner's Prayer 1
10. You Better Watch Yourself 1
11. Steal Your Heart Away 1
12. Bird on a Wire 1
13. Down Around My Place 1
14. I Know a Place 1
15. Blue and Evil 1
16. Walk in My Shadows 1
17. Fire and Water 1
18. Mountain Time 1
19. Young Man Blues 2
20. If Heartaches Were Nickels 2
21. Woke Up Dreaming 2
22. A Friend Stops By 2
23. A Busker's Tale 2
24. Photo Gallery

More Info:

Double DVD edition includes a second DVD that features bonus material. 2012 live release from the internationally renowned guitar superstar. Special guests include vocal powerhouse Beth Hart, legendary singer/songwriter John Hiatt and classic rock star Paul Rodgers. Produced and directed by Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Black Crowes, Aerosmith, Black Country Communion), the performance was filmed in HD with 14 cameras and 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound and captures the magnetism and might Bonamassa showcases as a performer.


1:  72nd St. Subway Blues
2:  Slow Train
3:  Cradle Rock
4:  When The Fire Hits The Sea
5:  Midnight Blues

6:  Dust Bowl
7:  The River
8:  I'll Take Care Of You  (w/ Beth Hart)
9:  Sinner's Prayer  (w/ Beth Hart)
10:  You Better Watch Yourself
11:  Steal Your Heart Away
12:  Bird On A Wire
13:  Down Around My Place  (w/ John Hiatt)
14:  I Know A Place  (w/ John Hiatt)
15:  Blue And Evil
16:  Walk In My Shadows  (w/ Paul Rodgers)
17:  Fire And Water  (w/ Paul Rodgers) 
18:  Mountain Time
19:  Young Man Blues