70th Birthday Concert
It's a warm summer's Saturday night, July 19, 2003 in Liverpool, England and the eager audience patiently waits. In celebration of John Mayall's 70th birthday and for the benefit of UNICEF's fight against child exploitation, the Bluesbreakers (with Buddy Whittington, Joe Yuele, Tom Canning and Hank Van Sickle) kick off "70th Birthday Concert" with a bang, and are later joined by guests such as Mick Taylor, Chris Barber and Eric Clapton. Mayall states, "To play again with Eric after a gap of 38 years was like time had just melted away. I forsee that there will probably never be a night like this again and so it's such a blessing that it was all captured on tape and film for all of us to treasure in the years to come."
Special DVD features include: Widescreen, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, Dolby Digital Stereo, DTS Surround Sound, Interview with John Mayall.
The DVD includes the songs "Southside Story" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers), "Kids Got The Blues" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers), "Dirty Water" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers), "Somebody's Acting Like A Child" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Taylor), "Blues For the Lost Days" (Mayall/ Bluesbreakers/Taylor), "Walking On Sunset" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Taylor), "Oh, Pretty Woman" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Taylor), "No Big Hurry" (Mayall/Clapton), "Please Mr Lofton" (Mayall/Clapton/Barber), "Hideaway" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Clapton/Barber),
"All Your Love" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Clapton), "Have You Heard" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Clapton), "Hoochie Coochie Man" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Clapton/Barber), "I'm Tore Down" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Clapton/Barber), "It Ain't Right" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers) and "Talk To Your Daughter" (Mayall/Bluesbreakers/Clapton/Taylor/Barber).