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Tupac the complete live performances
Shakur, Tupac, 1971-1996.
2 disc special ed.
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd. : Distributed by Eagle Vision, [2006]

Physical Description:
2 videodiscs (approximately 196 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
To mark the tenth anniversary of his death, Death Row Records presents Tupac Shakur in two full live performances. When Tupac joined the funky and imaginative Digital Underground collective in 1990, no one imagined that he would be dead at 25. Despite a full schedule of live appearances in his prolific if short career, these two films provide the sole record of Tupac's energy, stage presence, and his enthusiastic interactions with the audience, covered in sweat, chugging water between verses, and going all out to please the crowd. This is live rap--homies with microphones walking back and forth across the stage kickin' rhymes over pre-recorded beats--and if you like that sort of thing, as Tupac says, this film "ain't nothin' but a gangsta party."
General Note:
Credits from container label; Booklet features the essay "Tupak Shakur: Live at the House of Blues" by Kevin Powell, and "Tupak Shakur: Live at Club 662" by J. Kevin Swain.
Live from the House of Blues, Los Angeles; Ambitions az a ridah -- So many tears -- Troublesome -- Hit 'em up -- Tattoo tears -- All about you -- Never call u bitch again -- Freek'n you (a capella with K-Ci & JoJo) -- How do you want it (feat. K-Ci & JoJo) -- Murder was the case -- The shiznit -- If we all gonna fuck -- Some bomb azz (pussy) -- Ain't no fun (If the homies can't have none) (feat. Nate Dogg) -- New York -- Big pimpin' (feat. Nate Dogg) -- Do what I feel -- G'z and hustlas -- Who am I (what's my name) -- Me in your world -- For all my niggaz and bitches -- Doggfather -- Gin and juice -- 2 of Americaz most wanted California love (remix) -- To live and die in L.A. -- Hit 'em up -- How do you want it? (concert version) -- I ain't mad at 'cha

Live at Club 662, Las Vegas; Ambitions az a ridah -- When we ride -- So many tears -- All about you -- California love -- Who got some gangsta shit -- For all my niggaz & bitches -- New York -- Cyco-lic-no -- Ain't no fun (If the homies can't have none) -- One by one -- Respect -- Dogg pound gangstaz -- Big pimpin' -- What would you do? Reprise [featurette] (10 min.); Free style [featurette] (3 min.); Commentary with Treach [audio feature]; Alternate angles.
Reading Level:
Parental advisory, explicit content.
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In his brief but incredibly influential career, fallen hip-hop idol Tupac Shakur was only captured on camera twice as he performed before his many fans. In this release featuring the only two concerts known to be in existence, fans who may not have had the opportunity to see a legend in the making can finally find out what Tupac was truly all about. The first performance, captured live at the House of Blues in 1996, offers Tupac performing twenty-four fan favorites including "The Shiznit", "Big Pimpin'", "Do What I Feel", and "Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None". Flash forward to later that same year, and fans can also witness the legendary concert staged at Club 662 in Las Vegas the day Tupac was released from prison. With fifteen hits including "So Many Tears", "California Love", "Cyco-lic-no", and "Dogg Pound Gangstaz", this release looks past the numerous biographical tributes that have followed in the wake of the rapper and poet's untimely death to let the music speak for itself. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi