John Legend ‘Live from Philadelphia’ In Stores
New York, NY -- Live From Philadelphia -- the new concert album from multi-platinum Grammy-winning recording artist John Legend -- will be available as an individual CD and in a CD/DVD combination package exclusively at Target and Target.com on Tuesday, January 15, 2008.
The artist's first new album since his 2006's #1 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart-topping platinum release Once Again, Live From Philadelphia captures the on-stage artistry, magic and chemistry which electrified audiences lucky enough to catch a concert on John's critically-acclaimed SRO 2007 world concert series, "The Show Me Tour."
John Legend's Live From Philadelphia CD showcases 19 new songs including John's new hits "Slow Dance" and "Where's The Love" featuring a duet with Corinne Bailey Rae. Also featured are live versions of John Legend hits like the Grammy-winning "Ordinary People" and "Heaven." Additional in-concert exclusives include show-stopping covers of Sly & the Family Stone's "Dance To The Music," the Beatles' "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" and much more.
The deluxe CD/DVD Live From Philadelphia combination package includes the concert CD as well as a 30 minute DVD premiering excerpts of sizzling concert footage, the "Show Me" and "Another Again" music videos, and a revelatory exclusive interview with John.
John Legend - Live From Philadelphia - CD tracklisting
Do You Wanna Ride
Let's Get Lifted
(Still) Number 1
Where is the Love (f/ Corinne Bailey Rae)
I Can Change
I Want You (She's So Heavy)
Dance to the Music
PDA/Feel Like Making Love
Used to Love U
Show Me (Encore)
So High (Encore)
John Legend - Live From Philadelphia - DVD tracklisting
Includes excerpts from
I Can Change/I Want You
Used To Love U
Written by DJ Z on 01/14/08
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