Rent 7 Worlds Collide (2001)

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Rent 7 Worlds Collide (aka Neil Finn and Friends: Seven Worlds Collide: Live at the St. James) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
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The idea was to put on a special event here in Auckland, a series of shows, something out of the ordinary in my hometown. I thought it might be possible to bring together an unusual lineup of musicians from different bands. All people I have got to know over the years and whose music I admire. We could rehearse a set, become a band, play a few shows and then break up before anything went wrong. I made a few calls, people seemed to like the idea of a South Pacific adventure. The timing worked for everyone and one by one all these good people came on board. And so along with family and a whole bunch of support crew we gathered for rehearsals at Kare beach on the West coast of New Zealand.
We had to discover what we could become given only a few days and the combined will to make it sound good. Four days later we were on stage at the St James for five concerts which turned out to be one of the most extraordinary events of my life.

- Fall at your Feet
- Anytime
- Hole in the Ice
- Paper Doll
- The Climber
- Take a walk
- Last to know
- Down on the Corner
- There is a light that never goes out
- Private Universe
- Parting Ways
- Driving me Mad
- Turn and Run
- Loose Tongue
- She will have her way
- Angels Heap
- Edible Flowers
- Stuff and Nonsense
- Four seasons in one day
- Suffer Never
- Cry Wolf
- History never repeats
- I see red paradise (wherever you are)
- Weather with you
- Don't dream it's over
, Matt Eccles, , , Lisa Germano, , , ,
Paul Casserly
Neil Finn and Friends: Seven Worlds Collide: Live at the St. James
Documentary, Music & Musicals, Performing Arts, Special Interest
New Zealand
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Run Time:
129 minutes
English LPCM Stereo
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9

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