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Kiss frontman Paul Stanley performs tracks from his solo album ''Live to Win'', as well as a smattering of Kiss classics, at a live concert at the House of Blues in Chicago in 2006.

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Andrew Frueh
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Well performed, well shot, begging for DVD extras
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2009
Full disclosure...I am a KISS fan. That being said, this concert DVD from Paul Stanley''s "Live to Win" tour contains some of the best renditions of classic KISS tunes that I''ve ever heard - both cover versions, originals, and various live lineups. The... See more
Full disclosure...I am a KISS fan.

That being said, this concert DVD from Paul Stanley''s "Live to Win" tour contains some of the best renditions of classic KISS tunes that I''ve ever heard - both cover versions, originals, and various live lineups.

The band sounds amazingly tight (they completely nail "Hide Your Heart") and it''s clear they''re having a blast playing.

The prologue at the beginning is a bit boring and overlong to someone very familiar with Paul and his career, but it would be modestly interesting to someone totally new to him and his music - though I''m sure the core audience would be existing fans anyway.

The video quality is superb. Although I don''t care for rapid camera/angle changes (and there are plenty here), they don''t distract very much. The picture is crisp and colorful.

Sound quality is just as good, and DTS and Dolby Stereo are options.

The DVD insert is 10 pages of well-printed photographs of various performances on the tour and the set list/track listing. I would have liked to have seen more in the way of liner notes...not just Paul''s own thoughts but the bands'' as well. Paul''s said plenty about the KISS material already, though notes on the Live to Win stuff would have made a nice read.

As others have said, there are no bonus features - just sound format options and the ability to jump to a specific song. A featurette or two would have been nice. Rehearsal footage...the usual concert DVD extra stuff. Lack of extras is the only thing keeping this from five stars.
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Chris Poustie
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He''s still the best
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2008
This "movie" is a performance by a man who is probably the greatest all round rock star. Song writer, vocalist and front-man, he still has no equal on stage. Yes the between-song banter is hammy and the introduction is a bit OTT to say the least, but Paul is quite literally... See more
This "movie" is a performance by a man who is probably the greatest all round rock star. Song writer, vocalist and front-man, he still has no equal on stage. Yes the between-song banter is hammy and the introduction is a bit OTT to say the least, but Paul is quite literally a musical legend and he most certainly lives up to it here. I rate his 1978 solo album, which I have owned for 28 years, as the greatest album ever recorded, and when you see and hear the passion, soul and detail he puts into songs like Tonight You Belong to Me and Goodbye, you cannot help but totally admire this man''s integrity. The cornball message is that Paul "Lives to Win" - which may be the case. I personally think he lives to give. Winning isn''t important for Paul - being the best he can be is. Whether in front of a small crowd or an enormous stadium, Mr. Stanley delivers a first rate performance ever time. The true mark of a professional.

On to the production details. As many have said, the supposed "Widescreen" is a little on the dodgy side. If you stretch it to fill your widescreen TV, you will realise the dimensions are correct, whereas if you watch it as it is supposed to be watched, eveything is squeezed down and up - to give the impression this is some kind of "movie". I can only imagine this was an artistic idea of Paul''s rather than the directors. It seems obvious that this was shot in 16:9 and then squeezed to look like 2.35:1 to give the "movie feel". Yes it would have been better shot in High Def, but it''s not worth worrying about. Otherwise the show is shot exceptionally well.

Last gripe is the sleeve. What a dreafully tacky cover! After the class of the Kissology series, this looks like a real cheapskate effort from UME.

But, in my book, this is worth every penny just for "Goodbye" alone. Absolutely wonderful.
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Kevin Dobbs "dragonboots"
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STAR POWER
Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2008
How could you go wrong? The best front man in rock, infront of the best house band you can get, with the best songs from the Paul Stanley catalogue. Add to this very nice photography and a show that has pretty much been left un-cut and still makes you feel like you are... See more
How could you go wrong? The best front man in rock, infront of the best house band you can get, with the best songs from the Paul Stanley catalogue. Add to this very nice photography and a show that has pretty much been left un-cut and still makes you feel like you are there watching it as part of the crowd. Having witnessed most of the Australian Paul shows this is a fantastic souvenier of a wonderful tour. Highlights abound musically but perhaps ''Million To One'' is my personal favourite but its hard to ignore the majestic ''Tonight You Belong To Me'' which Paul is rewarded with at the end with chants of Paul, Paul, Paul from the adoring crowd. Indeed many of the songs benefit from less "forceful" delivery that would normally be applied in the less light and shade trappings of a Kiss show. Paul''s strength is his ability to write stellar pop rock one moment and then balls out rock the next, but he provides a nice balance with this setlist. Thoroughly recommended in that I think I will play this over and over again and it won''t collect dust. Incidently the sound track version has also not stopped on my ipod so pop over and buy that too.
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Michael Bara
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Finally, Some of My Favorite Songs Live
Reviewed in the United States on December 16, 2008
When it comes to KISS, I''ve always liked Paul Stanley''s songs better than Gene''s, and I loved his 1978 solo album. Over the years, Love Gun, Mr. Speed, Magic Touch, Sure Know Something and Psycho Circus have been some of my favs. I was lucky to catch PS at the Sunset Strip... See more
When it comes to KISS, I''ve always liked Paul Stanley''s songs better than Gene''s, and I loved his 1978 solo album. Over the years, Love Gun, Mr. Speed, Magic Touch, Sure Know Something and Psycho Circus have been some of my favs. I was lucky to catch PS at the Sunset Strip HOB when he toured in support of Live to Win 2006, and this DVD captures the show eloquently. I''m not as enamored of L2W as I was the 1978 solo effort, but it still has some really excellent tunes, especially the title track. Both solo albums are given good play in the setlist, and there is a sprinkling of rarely played KISS material like Hide Your Heart and the aforementioned Magic Touch. It''s great to hear these songs live for the first time along with Tonight You Belong to Me and some of the other songs from the first solo album.

The direction is sharp and the set well paced. Like a lot of people, I would have preferred a 16:9 aspect ratio, but at least the director makes good use of the extra real estate. Such a choice would have worked better for a group concert film though, since Stanley is a solo act and we really don''t care too much about the back-up band, as tight as they are.

As to the performance, Stanley is strong and energetic and in fine voice, if a little insecure. It kind of bugged me how he kept asking if the audience they liked the show. Uh, yeah, that''s why we''re cheering dude. His voice is as strong as ever, especially on I Still Love You and I Want You.

My only real quibble is with the set list. He left off two of my favorites from the 1978 solo album, Love in Chains and It''s Alright. I would have much rather heard those than Move On or the umpteenth rendition of Detroit Rock City or Strutter. Oh well, it''s his tour, I guess he can play what he wants.

There are no extras, and that''s too bad because I would like to have heard an in depth interview or a seen a little bit of backstage stuff.

It''s amazing to watch this now a couple years on, because I just saw KISS in Las Vegas last summer and if anything Stanley looked and performed even better than he did in ''06. With some recent health problems behind him, he looks tanned and cut for the next big KISS tour next year.

Watching this again, I find myself wishing that he would tour solo more often during down times for KISS. His music may not be poetic or sophisticated, but it is catchy, danceable and Stanley possesses one of the great rock voices of all time. Here''s to hoping we all get to hear these songs more often.
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Susan M. Franklin
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I loooooooove you, Paul!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2008
I watched this last night and it was fantastic. I live in Chicago, so being filmed in Chicago, it had special meaning for me. This is Paul Stanley at his very best. His back-up band is wonderful, but Paul was fantastic!!!! Let''s not even mention his age, but... See more
I watched this last night and it was fantastic. I live in Chicago, so being filmed in Chicago, it had special meaning for me.

This is Paul Stanley at his very best. His back-up band is wonderful, but Paul was fantastic!!!! Let''s not even mention his age, but he looks fantastic and his voice was soaring! I found myself singing along - very loudly, I might add. It was a great evening -- spent with Paul.

I would highly recommend this DVD for any PS fan. Hey! Even if you''re not a PS fan, watch this and be converted. Watching this man give so much energy in his performance will make you appreciate what you''re watching. He is a true performer, a fantastic front man and an unbelievable talent. I want more PS DVDs, and more solo CDs!

Yes, I loooooooooooove you, Paul!!!!!
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J. Walsh
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Stunningly great!!!
Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2008
If the previews I have seen are any indication of how the rest turn out, this will be the greatest KISS DVD yet... because... it is MINT... I mean... KISS songs never sounded so good... even to the point that these are better than the studio versions in many cases. That... See more
If the previews I have seen are any indication of how the rest turn out, this will be the greatest KISS DVD yet... because... it is MINT... I mean... KISS songs never sounded so good... even to the point that these are better than the studio versions in many cases. That is how it felt when I was at this show in person... and I am glad to see the audio came through living up to the reality of that night. That band... kicked total azz!!! Paul, complimented by impeccable talent at every position, was amazing! I am 100% positive that this DVD will be worth every cent and then some... I don''t think I have been looking forward to any release more than this one in the past 10 years... Since the show was nearly 2 years ago... I have literally been searching for release date info on this thing EVERY month since then. I also "look forward" to seeing how stupid or not I look in the crowd. I was about 3rd or 4th row of people back, dead center. In fact, I would have been closer except at the last minute they brought women up to take up the front area... which kinda sucked, and yet, I understood it (it is for all of our own benefit when watching the DVD). The fact that I will likely show up in some crowd shots makes this DVD interesting to me even if it wasnt good... but, really... it is the set list and their execution of it that was amazing that night and the DVD looks to take it to the next level with outstanding mixing of the audio and cutting of the video.

This was one of those shows where you were emotionally sad when it ended... sad because it ended... and sad because of all the people you know that you WISH could have seen it with you. It was truly magical... and every bit as good as the best actual KISS concerts you have ever seen. Instead of the big stage and pyro... strip that away and add musical precision that was breathtaking... (and considerably greater than KISS has ever accomplished live as a band... just speaking the truth). Of all the KISS members in history.... only Eric Singer and Paul could have truly hung with the musical abilities of this band... which, again, is not meant as a knock on KISS... more as a nod to the incredible work of the Rockstar band that backed Paul... they made it twice as exciting as if it were just a Paul solo tour without them. Paul made the perfect choice by getting them to go out with him... and if possible, I think he should do it again sometime... they were amazing together. One other note: some fans found Paul''s Live to Win CD a little lackluster... but, when this band hits the stage to the title track... it is as powerful as any of the greatest KISS songs. This show was part of a very small set (out of hundreds) for me personally: one of the greatest concerts I have ever witnessed. If you are a KISS fan, you MUST own this. If you are a hard rock fan who isnt much of a KISS fan, you will be surprised by how much you love this. If you just loved the Rockstar band... you will love this. I bet even people who do not like harder rocking things would find this enjoyable. This show/DVD is a gift to everyone!
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Matthew Adkins
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome! I loved it!
Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2008
I saw the preview in Indy a few months back and knew this would be something special. After an agonizing wait I finally was able to see the entire film last weekend in Dayton, OH. It was amazing. It was worth it. The film starts out with Paul talking about his... See more
I saw the preview in Indy a few months back and knew this would be something special. After an agonizing wait I finally was able to see the entire film last weekend in Dayton, OH. It was amazing. It was worth it.

The film starts out with Paul talking about his life. I finally understand Paul''s "Live to win" motto. It is obvious that an insane amount of time, dedication, and love went into this production.

Director Louis Antonelli & Paul Stanley hit this one out of the park. Unlike a lot of concert videos there is a huge emphasis on actually seeing all of the artists on stage and the crowd interacting. The camera shots and lighting are just superb. You are drawn right in. You feel like you are really there experiencing Paul Stanley''s "LIVE to Win" tour from the best seats in the house!

Unlike a regular concert DVD you actually see the interaction between Paul and the band members. You see the crowd. You get the feeling that this is less about Paul and more about the magic that is being created on stage. And there is a reason. According to Lou Antonelli in his Q and A Session at the Dayton Kiss Expo, Paul actually asked him to have "less Paul" and more of everyone else. That''s just the kind of guy Paul is. Lou and Paul are true artists and their canvas is full of beautiful imagery, heart-pumping energy, and the heavenly mix of classic Kiss tunes and Paul Stanley originals.

I wish everyone could listen to Lou talking about the passion, the drive, and the energy that was put into this film by everyone involved. Lou Antonelli can be proud of this creation. You wanted the best, you got the best: In "One Live Kiss" Paul Stanley once again demonstrates that he can put an incredible team together to deliver an exceptional concert experience. "One Live Kiss" from Paul Stanley and Louis Antonelli is going to be remembered right up there with "Alive" in Kisstory.
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Chickadee
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
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Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2011
This is a totally awesome DVD! I saw "Magic Touch" on you tube, and found out about the DVD. Very well done, Paul expresses himself beautifully, his "Rockstar House band" These guys are fantastic! They rock, while singing some of Paul Stanley''s favorite songs, some love... See more
This is a totally awesome DVD! I saw "Magic Touch" on you tube, and found out about the DVD. Very well done, Paul expresses himself beautifully, his "Rockstar House band" These guys are fantastic! They rock, while singing some of Paul Stanley''s favorite songs, some love songs. The lead guitarist, Rafel Moreina really wails, and keyboards and vocals- Paul Mircovich are awesome as well as the others. For any Paul Stanley fan, this DVD is a must have! I must rate it all 5 stars, for quality, great entertainment, & I like his prologue, it''s very inspiring! Overall, a great DVD to have in your collection! I found and bought this from Amazon.com
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Mr Blackwell
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
starry eyed!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 4, 2009
I have had this for a while but never got round to watching all tha way thru,its a decent video,was never that impressed with '' live to win'' but the songs '' from that disc work very well in the live setting. Paul as expected is superb although there are a few rough moments...See more
I have had this for a while but never got round to watching all tha way thru,its a decent video,was never that impressed with '' live to win'' but the songs '' from that disc work very well in the live setting. Paul as expected is superb although there are a few rough moments with his voice and he should retire the vocal histrionics that accompany ''i still love you/i want you'',save your voice man!!!,predictably a few Kiss classics are dusted down and are performed well but the highlight for me would be '' magic touch/a million to one - 2 superb,overlooked kiss classics,as is fitting 4 songs from Pauls'' solo album steal the show,what a disc that was,as if we needed reminding, and these tracks are awesome live, makes me wish he''d played the entire ''solo album,maybe one day!!.Despite Paul being the ''star'' i cannot fail to mention the backing band,fantastic, with special mention for lead guitarist Rafael Moreira - simply stunning,once again Mr Stanley delivers the goods and proves yet again HE will have a successful career in music if kiss ever stop.
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B. Stuart
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Is my hair/wig ok???
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 14, 2011
Oh man alive!!! This is a startling account of how great Paul Stanley is in front of an audience and away from KISS. The live versions of his 1978 tracks off of his solo album are absolutely KILLER and are the high points of the show. Paul is a driving force behind KISS and...See more
Oh man alive!!! This is a startling account of how great Paul Stanley is in front of an audience and away from KISS. The live versions of his 1978 tracks off of his solo album are absolutely KILLER and are the high points of the show. Paul is a driving force behind KISS and seldom shakes of the persona when on stage by himself, but he is a very skilled singer and guitarist that is very much ALIVE! The amount of times Paul re-adjust his wig/hair quickly becomes laughable though. It seems his wig/hair annoys him so much on this occasion as he can''t stop fiddling with it. Anyway, wig/hair issues aside, the music rocks, the performance is top-knotch and the DVD is well worth the money. ENJOY!
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Big Ian
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
a selection of some of the best pop/rock songs of the past 40 years - what''s ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 4, 2015
a young, tight backing band, a camper than camp front man, a selection of some of the best pop/rock songs of the past 40 years - what''s not to like!
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Z. A. Young
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Kisstastic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 9, 2009
The energy levels of the man are phenomenal. Paul is jumping about and performing like a man half his age. The dvd starts with a brief history of the making of the man and then the live performance. While his voice may not be able to hit the high notes of yesteryear, the...See more
The energy levels of the man are phenomenal. Paul is jumping about and performing like a man half his age. The dvd starts with a brief history of the making of the man and then the live performance. While his voice may not be able to hit the high notes of yesteryear, the personal choices he makes for his set list are very interesting and very impressive. This dvd should be part of the collection of every kiss fan
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 14, 2014
Breand New Sealed. Excellent
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