Tommy James & The Shondells - Live At The Bitter End (2000)
DVD rip XVID 698mb | 720 x 480, 1700 KB/s | MP3 192 Rock | 2000 DVD release of a October 1996 concert | 5% recovery record | Source: internet
They may not have gone down in the annals of rock history quite like the Beatles did, but in the late sixties, Tommy James and the Shondelles sold more singles. The pop songs that James wrote and performed still hold up in contemporary culture (a fact that is proven by Billy Idol's remake of "Mony, Mony" and Tiffany's cover of "I Think We're Alone Now"). This video showcases a live performance in 1997 of these and other classic tunes at the famous Bitter End venue in New York's Greenwich Village. An exciting video retrospective of Tommy James's greatest hits performed live at New York's Bitter End!
Hey guys, this is an internet find from a few years back. I do not have the DVD and I do not have a better copy. The Bitter End is a small venue and the vid is pretty good. Tommy James still sounds fine after all these years. I saw him live about 5 or 6 years ago and he sounded great then too. If you are a Tommy James fan I think you will find this performance interesting. I also thought it would be a nice addition to the Anthology album I shared yesterday. Good luck to all and I hope you enjoy this. Thank you -=Pasha13=- for you help/tips yesterday, the day before, the day before before.... lol
01. Draggin' the Line 02. Crystal Blue Persuasion 03. Say I Am (What I Am) 04. Sugar on Sunday 05. Getting' Together 06. Tighter, Tighter 07. Crimson and Clover 08. Hanky Panky 09. I Think We're Alone Now 10. Mony Mony 11. Sweet Cherry Wine 12. Mirage