Roger Hodgson - Take the Long Way Home - Live in Montreal Trailer

Roger Hodgson - Take the Long Way Home - Live in Montreal Trailer (2007)

"Live in Montreal" 18 September 2007 Music 170 mins

1. Take The Long Way Home 2. Give A Little Bit 3. Lovers In The Wind 4. Hide In Your Shell 5. Oh Brother 6. The Logical Song 7. Easy Does It 8. Sister Moonshine 9. Love Is A Thousand Times 10. Breakfast In America 11. Don't Leave Me Now 12. Dreamer 13. It's Raining Again 14. School 15. Two Of Us 16. Give A Little Bit.

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Cast

Roger Hodgson

as lead vocals, piano, keyboards, acoustic guitar

Aaron MacDonnald

as saxophone, keyboards, harmonica, backing vocals

International Releases Dates

Canada 18 September 2007

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