As broadcast on PBS from 1974 through 1985, the concert series Soundstage presented white-hot rock and pop acts from all over the world, including artists such as The Temptations, Al Green, Benny Goodman and Bob Dylan, in one-hour increments. The program resurfaced to immense acclaim (with the same format) in 2003; one of those concerts, with the popular 1970s pop band America, is featured in this release. Filmed before a live audience, the outfit performs such era-defining staples as "Lonely People," "Horse with No Name," "Ventura Highway" and "Don't Cross the River." Surprise guests who perform with the band include Christopher Cross and Henry Diltz. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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Great folk rock -- this concert just proves that true talent is never too old or out of date. I really enjoyed the concert and seeing and hearing again the band America sound so great. It brought back so many good memories for me listening to these songs when I was back in Jr high and high school. Soundstage is a great format and musical series -- I hope the series producers bring back more great acts from the not so distant past for all of us to enjoy again. This series is a wonderful teaching tool for younger listeners who don't know who these acts are. They can discover a whole new world of great original music like America and REO Speedwagon etc...Learning that there is more to the field of music than rap! My Grade: A Marc L. Seattle, WA