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Sessions at West 54th (Neil Finn album)

Sessions at West 54th is a solo music video album released in December 2000 by New Zealand singer-songwriter, Neil Finn as part of the United States live musical television series, of the same name.[1] His live performance was recorded in 1999 and mostly has tracks from Finn's debut solo album, Try Whistling This (June 1998), although it also included two tracks ("Fall at Your Feet" and "Don't Dream It's Over") from his recent group, Crowded House, and one ("I Got You") from his earlier group, Split Enz.

Sessions at West 54th
Neil Finn Sessions at West 54th.jpg
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Released19 December 2000 (2000-12-19)
Recorded1999
GenreFolk rock
Length74:00
LabelSony/Epic
ProducerAllen Kelman
Neil Finn chronology
Try Whistling This
(1998)
Sessions at West 54th
(2000)
One Nil
(2001)

The concert was issued on DVD via Sony/Epic.[1][2] It was produced by Allen Kelman and directed by Mike Chloe.[3] Tim DiGravina of AllMusic rated the album at four-and-a-half-out-of-five stars and explained, "[he] throws every last ounce of passion into the session. Switching back and forth between ballads and rock flare-ups, Finn's crystal clear vocals and acoustic and electric guitars paint him as a perfect example of a first-rate singer/songwriter."[1]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Try Whistling This"
  2. "Addicted"
  3. "Fall at Your Feet"
  4. "Don't Dream It's Over"
  5. "Twisty Bass"
  6. "King Tide"
  7. "I Got You"
  8. "Astro"
  9. "Faster Than Light"
  10. "Loose Tongue"
  11. "Souvenir"
  12. "She Will Have Her Way"
  13. "Truth"
  14. "Last One Standing"
  15. "Sinner"

DVD releaseEdit

The album was released on DVD on 19 December 2000.[1] The DVD features standard 2.0 stereo audio as well as enhanced 5.1 surround sound audio,[3] features standard full screen 1.33:1 display and was released only in the US in Region 1.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d DiGravina, Tim. "Sessions at West 54th – Neil Finn | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 25 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Neil Finn – Sessions at West 54th (2000)". Amazon.com. Retrieved 22 September 2007.
  3. ^ a b Finn, Neil; Kelman, Allen; Chloe, Mike (2000), Sessions at West 54th: the Way Music Looks Now, Sony Music Entertainment: manufactured by Epic Music Video, ISBN 978-0-7389-0091-9