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Glenn Tilbrook

and the Fluffers - Live in New York City DVD

Review by Gary Hill

Glenn Tilbrook is certainly best known for his work in Squeeze. So, it shouldn’t be surprising that nine of the 16 songs presented here were originally performed by Squeeze. The whole concert works really well. There’s a lot of energy and all members of the group put in a great showing. That contributes to the fact that it would have been a great concert to see. Of course, seeing a live show and watching a DVD are two different things. That’s why it’s good that the videography and sound are both great, too. This is a very entertaining set that should please long time fans and those, like me, who have a more casual interest in Tilbrook’s work. The only complaint comes in the form of the lack of bonus materials. Yes, there is one very brief “making off” documentary. Still, as good as the main feature is, the lack of bonuses isn’t that terrible.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2011  Volume 4 at

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