In 2007 Randy Bachman took the stage at the Spectrum to perform at the Montreal International Jazz Festival. Captured on film, this concert features Randy revisiting his jazz roots and trading licks with fellow guitar great Duke Robillard among other musical guests. A spectacular set includes some jazz standards, Bachman style, and some of Bachman's biggest hits, showcasing his virtuosic guitar playing. This evening is also historic as it was the last recorded show at the Spectrum, which closed its doors shortly after this and was demolished.
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Have you watched Randy Bachman; Live at the Montreal Jazz Festival yet? What did you think about it?