Sade: Bring Me Home - Live 2011
Genre: Smooth jazz, soul, jazz, R&B, soft rock
Cast: Sade Adu – vocals; Andrew Hale – keyboards; Stuart Matthewman – guitar, saxophone; Paul S. Denman – bass; Karl Vanden Bossche – percussion; Charlie Bouis – recording engineer; Ian Duncan – digital editing; Lynn Jeffrey – personal assistant; Eric Johnston – assistant engineer; Pete Lewinson – drums; Tony Momrelle – vocals; Sophie Muller – image design; Andrew Nichols – assistant mixer; Leroy Osbourne – flute, guitar, vocals; Howard Page – engineer; Mike Pela – mixing; Ryan Waters – guitar
Hailed as “the best concert of the year” by the Baltimore Sun, Sade will release her live DVD/CD and Blu-ray for, “Bring Me Home – Live 2011” on May 22nd. In 2011, after a 10 year hiatus, Sade returned to the U.S. for a 54-date tour in support of the platinum selling album Soldier Of Love (Epic Records), which became one of last year’s top 10 grossing tours.
The tour, directed by the renowned Sophie Muller, will now be available on DVD/CD, featuring 22 of Sade’s biggest hits performed live on the visually stunning stage which was nominated by Pollstar for “Most Creative Stage Production” and “2011 Major Tour of the Year Award.” Sade also grants fans a rare, all access look behind-the-scenes with a 20-minute documentary film shot by Sophie Muller, as well as a technical documentary by Stuart Matthewman, and outtakes from the crew.
Hailed for its intimate vibe, eye-catchin production, and dazzling imagery, this DVD/CD is undeniably a ‘must-have’ for the ultimate Sade fan!
01. Soldier of Love
02. Your Love is King
04. Kiss of Life
05. Love is Found
06. In Another Time
07. Smooth Operator
09. Bring Me Home
10. Is It a Crime
11. Love is Stronger Than Pride
12. All About Our Love
14. Nothing Can Come Between Us
15. Morning Bird
16. King of Sorrow
17. The Sweetest Taboo
18. The Moon and The Sky
20. No Ordinary Love
21. By Your Side
22. Cherish The Day
# How Do You Say Thank You? (HD; 21:04) is a behind the scenes featurette which has quite a bit of backstage footage, as well as rehearsal shots and set up and even some sequences of the band traveling.
# In the Trenches (HD; 6:22) features some pretty ragged looking footage from backstage, some of which looks like it was shot with a night vision camera.
# Three Seconds (HD; 2:44) features Gary Grimm, Drum Tech, explaining the rationale behind some backstage shenanigans which started in an attempt to keep Sade safe as she ran quickly to get costumes changed.