Elvis Costello concert film to be screened at Count Basie Theatre

Elvis Costello's concert film "Detour" will be shown at the Count Basie Theatre Jan. 14.

Elvis Costello’s concert film “Detour: Live at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall” will be shown at the Count Basie Theatre Jan. 14.

The Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank has lined up the exclusive area screening of the Elvis Costello concert film, “Detour: Live At the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall,” Jan. 14. Tickets, priced at $10, go on sale Friday at noon; visit TheBasie.org.

The film was recorded at a concert this summer. A press release describes it as “a little more than 100 minutes in front of Costello’s home crowd — even his mom! The film portrays Costello taking fans on a musical journey through his vast songbook, set in a 1960s living room with an oversized television broadcasting never-seen-before personal photos. Detour Live… portrays Costello up front and proto-punk with guitar, powerfully heartfelt at the grand piano, and in playful mood sat down with the uke.”

The duo Larkin Poe is featured on seven songs.

According to elviscostello.info, the following songs are in the movie:

“(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes”
“Watch Your Step”
“Accidents Will Happen:”
“Church Underground”
“45”
“Shipbuilding”
“I Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down”
“Walkin’ My Baby Back Home”
“Ghost Train”
“When I Was Cruel, No. 2”
“Watching the Detectives”
“Pads, Paws and Claws,” with Larkin Poe
“That’s Not the Part of Him You’re Leaving,” with Larkin Poe
“Down on the Bottom, with Larkin Poe
“Blame It on Cain,” with Larkin Poe
“Alison”
“Good Year for the Roses,” with Larkin Poe
“Side by Side”
“Jimmie Standing in the Rain” (including “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?”
“(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?,” with Larkin Poe
“Golden Tom — Silver Judas,” with Larkin Poe

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