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Sight (Keller Williams video)

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Sight (Keller Williams video)

Keller Williams
Released June 28, 2005
Recorded November 2004
Genre Rock, Jam
Label SCI Fidelity
Producer Kevin Morris, Sarah Maher

Sight is a DVD released in 2005. The film is a recording of a two-day concert run by Keller Williams in November 2004 at Mr. Small's theater facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The video includes 100 minutes of concert footage, including covers of songs by The Grateful Dead (Ship of Fools), Ani DiFranco (Swing) and Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler (Stormy Weather).[1]

Video Track Listings

  1. Roshambo
  2. People Watching
  3. Juggler
  4. Fuel for the Road
  5. Freeker by the Speaker
  6. Mental Brunette Instra
  7. Ninja
  8. Dear Emily
  9. Above the Thunder
  10. You Are What You Eat
  11. Ship of Fools
  12. Stormy Weather
  13. Dogs
  14. Not Tomorrow
  15. Swing
  16. Garage Night
  17. Best Feeling
  18. Smurd


  • Megan Agosto - Editing
  • Mark Berger - Package Design
  • Jeff Covert - Mixing
  • Randy Grosclaude - Lighting Designer
  • Larry Luther - Engineer
  • Sara Maher - Producer
  • Kevin Morris - Executive Producer
  • Joe Rice Technical - Director, Authoring
  • Keller Williams - Mixing [2]


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