You usually know what you're in for with a Sade concert, and "Bring Me Home Live" delivers on every front. There are great wide shots of her full band, lots of closeups of the two second best aspects (Matthewman, who makes sax playing look awesome, and Denman, cool-cat bass player extraordinaire), and then there's . . . her. Sade is in a class all her own, slinking around the stage like she owns the place. And singing The Sweetest Taboo in that dress might be the best she's ever looked. This goddess does not age.
This is basically everything that's great about the act: her stage presence, the band, the music. It's all right here, and it's one hell of a show.
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