Tour De Force Live in London – Royal Albert Hall is a live album by blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa.
In 2013 he performed at four different venues in London – Royal Albert Hall, Hammersmith Apollo, Shepherd s Bush Empire and The Borderline – and gave different concerts in these very different venues.
They have each become live albums and DVDs with very similar titles.
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Songs On Joe Bonamassa Tour De Force Live in London Royal Albert Hall
Albion – 2:14
Palm Trees, Helicopters and Gasoline – 1:51
Seagull – 5:39
Jelly Roll – 2:39
Black Lung Heartache – 4:04
Around the Bend – 6:04
Jockey Full of Bourbon – 5:25
From the Valley – 2:32
Athens to Athens – 6:18
Slow Train – 6:32
Last Kiss – 7:17
Dust Bowl – 7:12
Midnight Blues – 8:19
Who’s Been Talking – 5:49
Happier Times – 6:29
Driving Towards the Daylight – 6:22
The Ballad of John Henry – 13:14
Django/Mountain Time – 11:44
Sloe Gin – 8:24
Just Got Paid – 12:11
My natural inclination would be to start with the most intimate venue, The Borderline with a capacity of just 200 people but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it is the best live album. Some artists thrive on the adrenalin provided by large crowds.
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