Train: Saved In San Francisco

Release Details

This is one of over a hundred releases from Silent Way projects. To explore audio, video and stories please visit the discography.

Artist: 
Train
Format: 
Audio for Video
Year: 
2013
Genre: 
Rock and Pop
Tony Brooke's Role: 
Audio Recording Engineer

This half-hour documentary covers Train's run of six shows in six days at six venues in San Francisco. It features parts of live versions of "Save Me San Francisco," "Calling All Angels," and a bunch of audience participation clips. The live audio from these were recorded on 4/11/2012 by Tony Brooke at the Great American Music Hall, assisted by Andrew Keating.

The special aired on VH1 and Palladia in the US. Upcoming airings on Palladia can be found here. Online versions of this are not viewable from the U.S.:
http://www.muzu.tv/train/saved-in-san-francisco-documentary-music-video/...
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/mu-1971263/saved_in_san_francisco_document...
http://blogs.music.msn.ca/2013/07/train-tour-documentary.html

Title Frame from "Train: Saved In San Francisco"
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