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Live At Paradiso

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Delicious Surprise
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Guilty
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Leave The Light On
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Lifts You Up
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Broken And Ugly
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Get Your S*** Together
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Immortal
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Monkey Back
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Am I The One
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Mama
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LA Song
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World Without You
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Whole Lotta Love
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 74:01

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WOW - Live Rocsk!

chrisbader

I think the live version is so much better than the Recorded Album. You can really feel the heart and soul she puts into the songs.

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what you hear is what you get

evilmike05

The live chatter is included in most live albums. I guess that they do this to try and create a kind of illusion of being there. I don't really know if all of that works or not, but I am a fan of live music and I feel that live recordings give you an idea weather or not an artist is actually worth the price of a ticket. In the case of Beth Hart and the powerful voice that you hear on studio efforts, I think that this album will completly remove any doubt one may have as to weather or not she can pull this off onstage. This a solid preformance that showcases one of the best voices in blues rock today.

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She's great, studio album better

Newomyn

She's great to listen to and her songs rock. If you want everything she's got.. get the music. I didn't care for her live chatter though.

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marginalia

marginalprophet

mysteryofvenus is not the first to make that comparison. Way back, before American Idol, there was Star Search. Beth had the cahungas to sing "Piece of My Heart."

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Kick Ass Woman

mysteryofvenus

Beth Hart's Live at Paradiso is a raw and rocking must have. Hart's performance is lusty, lip-biting, smokey, and sexy. A Janis Joplin of today, if I may say so.

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Beth Hart’s Gritty, Gutsy Take on the Blues

By John Morthland, Contributor

Beth Hart is shaping up as the kind of promising newcomer who could make a big splash on the blues and soul circuit — if someone who made her first album two decades ago can be described as a "promising newcomer." And that's just one of several "if's" currently circling her career: Does she even want to sing blues and soul? Can she deliver worthy material in that vein? Does she have the self-discipline necessary?… more »

They Say All Music Guide

This live date from Beth Hart was recorded at the famed Paradiso Theater in Holland. Hart is an artist who knows no boundaries when it comes to confessional disclosure and in a live setting it works well. She pours out her soul to an audience who knows what she’s about. The music is rawer than on her studio offerings and her delivery is all passion, pathos, pain, and power. It’s true she’s not Janis Joplin but the comparisons are unfair to begin with. Hart’s a thoroughly modern artist. She’s listened to all the records from the days of yore and she’s been influenced by them, but the stuff she sings about comes right from her own life and experience. Her band may not be exceptional, but they understand the drama in her songs and how to bring it out in front of a crowd. There is no compromise here, no concession. This set is what it is: a hard rocking, straight-up set of Hart’s best-known tunes form her three studio offerings. The album’s finest moments are “Leave the Light On,” with its gut-level spoken word intro; “Immortal,” which simply screams, and “Am I the One.” The encore here is her version of Led Zep’s “Whole Lotta Love,” which fans will treasure. This actually may be the best place to start with Hart rather than her studio records because it showcases her at full power. – Thom Jurek

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