GEORGE MICHAEL AT THE PALAIS GARNIER, PARIS - BBC LIVE CONCERT/DOCUMENTARY FILM

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George Michael introduces his unique live solo performance at the historic Palais Garnier Opera House in Paris, recorded in 2012 for his live album Symphonica. He was the first contemporary artist ever to perform there. The film brings together a compilation of live stage performances interspersed with behind-the-scenes footage and insights featuring George, his orchestra and the legendary record producer Phil Ramone, shortly before his death in 2013.

In between performances of his classic songs, George describes the stories behind some of his favourite tracks, and we see black-and-white studio footage of conversations with Ramone, along with rehearsals with the Symphonica orchestra and George's backing singers.

Before the end, George pays a moving tribute to the late Ramone, whom he describes as the most accomplished producer of the 20th century: 'He understood more about music than anyone I had ever met... And it breaks my heart that he's not around to see this album released or to watch this documentary.'

Introduction
Through
My Baby Just Cares for Me
A Different Corner
Cowboys And Angels
John And Elvis Are Dead
Air Studios, London (One Year Earlier)
You've Changed
Rehearsal In The Studio
Going To A Town
Brother Can You Spare A Dime?
Let Her Down Easy
You Have Been Loved
Roxanne
Wild Is The Wind
I Remember You
Praying For Time
Feeling Good

 

Running Time: 00:58:55


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