05

Aug

2007

Crowded House

Bank Of America Pavilion, Boston, MA

08/05/07 Bank Of America Pavilion, Boston, MA

Products

Set One

Locked Out 239

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There Goes God 290

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Say That Again 370

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Heaven That I'm Making 391

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Fingers of Love 354

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Fall At Your Feet 393

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Don't Stop Now 322

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English Trees 229

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Italian Plastic 261

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Don't Dream It's Over 357

33432-TRACK

Silent House 377

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She Called Up 195

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World Where You Live 195

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When You Come 381

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Weather With You 410

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Pour Le Monde 344

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Four Seasons In One Day 293

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Distant Sun 324

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Transit Lounge 248

33441-TRACK

Elroy Jam 75

33442-TRACK

Better Be Home Soon 243

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Price for

$9.95

$9.95

Reviews for this item

Paul McShane 8/6/2008 7:37:43 PM

"Crowded House had been on hiatus for some ten years, and the band that played the Bank of America Pavilion on Sunday night was at first a reunion of just the redoubtable Neil Finn and bassist Nick Seymour. Keyboardist/guitarist Mark Hart re-upped for the recording of new release Time on Earth, and drummer Matt Sherrod was chosen to replace the deceased Paul Hester. From the opening notes of "Locked Out", it was evident that the reconstituted Crowded House has retained the ability to produce superbly crafted, harmonic music. The Boston audience has lost none of their affection for the band, and joined in major sing-a-longs on "Don't Dream, it's Over", "Fall at your Feet", and "Weather with You". Other gems included the new song "Don't Stop Now", "Four Seasons in One Day", and "Fall at Your Feet". Curiously, the 80's hit "Something So Strong" was not included on the set list. Ah, well. Neil Finn and the ebullient Nick Seymour engaged in entertaining repartee between songs, especially when a fan called out "You're geniuses!" which Finn deliberately misheard as "You're senior citizens!" The passage of the years was underscored when Finn's son Liam, who had displayed his virtuosity earlier in the evening, came on stage as a sideman on acoustic guitar and supporting vocals. Sherrod and Hart were flawless if unobtrusive, especially Hart, who seems to eschew showmanship despite his excellence on keyboards, 12-string, and lead guitar.. The show was opened by Pete Yorn, who exhibited considerable charisma as he and his band presented his original songs."