Phil Collins: All Live! Trailer

Phil Collins: All Live! Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

Music & Musicals, Rock & Pop - Phil Collins performs some of his best-loved songs -- and a few of his hits from his days with Genesis -- in this 1985 concert filmed at the height of his solo career in Dallas's Reunion Arena. A memorable set list includes "You Can't Hurry Love," "Against All Odds," "In the Air Tonight," "Take Me Home," "One More Night," "Sussudio," "It Don't Matter to Me" and "Behind the Lines."

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