Synopsis by Mark Deming
In 2004, Aerosmith still sounding good and greasy in their fourth decade as they released their long-awaited album of blues covers Honkin' On Bobo, set out to once again prove they're America's premier hard-rock band with a loud and rowdy concert tour. A concert special was filmed for broadcast on the A&E cable network, and Aerosmith: You Gotta Move offers an unexpurgated look at the veteran rockers' potent live show. Aerosmith: You Gotta Move includes the songs "Walk This Way," "Back in the Saddle," "Love in an Elevator," "Road Runner," "Baby, Please Don't Go," "Sweet Emotion," "Train Kept a 'Rollin'," and many more.
concert-tours, band [music group], best-of, greatest-hits, rock-music