Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|David Cassidy Live in Concert|
Actor: David Cassidy
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Recorded live in concert at the Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow. The track list includes: 'I Can Feel Your Heartbeat', 'Hush', 'I'll Meet You Halfway', No Bridge', 'I Am A Clown', 'I Write The Songs', Could It Be Forever', '... more »
Concert at home!
M. Bartolotta | 05/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw David in concert recently and must tell you I bought this DVD afterwards, I was so pleased, it was like reliving the concert in my own livingroom. David truley sings for his fans! This is a must have for all David's fans!"
Horrible DVD--don't waste your money!
D. C. Sterling | Florida | 05/24/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD was truly horrible to watch. I am a big David Cassidy fan--I grew up watching him on the Partridge Family and loved (past tense!) his voice then. I was disappointed on so many levels with this DVD that I had to write a review to offset all those 5 star reviews (what were they thinking??) for this DVD.
His voice: shows no range of high to low notes on this DVD. It's pretty much monotone and husky. He shows no range of emotion when he sings the songs, so they come across as fake and meaningless.
His stage presence: comes across as a really bad wedding singer from the eighties. He has a huge fake smile glued to his face for 90% of the show, even during serious songs. He tries to act sexy in a big, fake, obvious way that is very painful to watch. He continuously plays to the audience of women and acts like he's still a sexy teen idol when he's not! He's a middle-aged man and should show some dignity and maturity and it's just not there, which is so sad.
His hair: looks fake, too. It's been combed off his face and must have so much hair spray in it that it couldn't possibly move anywhere. It's like a rock glued to the top of his head.
This DVD could have been awesome if David had acted his age, showing maturity and dignity, singing the serious songs in a serious manner, and showing the range of emotions and notes his voice used to be capable of.
Is David really this vain? Is his voice gone? Or does he still have it? You certainly can't tell from this awful, self-serving DVD. I hope he still does have the wonderful voice he had in his youth and that he records another album that will show us he still has it.
This DVD I bought will be donated to charity."